Happy Rednesday before Christmas! Before I forget, I'll be posting my Secret Santa pictures in the next few days. I hope you all have been having a good holiday season. I have, despite the fact that some things are up-in-the-air right now. It would be a lot more unsettling if I didn't have Jesus as my Lord. He doesn't make things perfect, but I sure can handle things so much better with Him!
I'll show you some more Christmas decorations this week. This is Becky's tree. (Or should I say Charlie Brown's?) She went with me to pick out our tree and took this broken branch off the ground. When we got home she asked for something to put it in and for some small decorations.
Christmas tins, blow molds, and aprons!
This "hankie holder" was a thrift store purchase. Just a plain wood doll-size quilt rack that I painted white.
The middle of the china cabinet . . .
. . . and the top! (I shoulda put something on the cake plate, huh?)
These vintage ornaments look so pretty in this vase that I'll probably leave them there long after the holidays!
A merry Christmas to all and to all a good night! And God bless us, every one!
I love the way you have your tins displayed, Sue.....it's looking very merry at your house!
I hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas!
Beautiful Christmas Decor!
Cute reds. What a great idea to use the doll rack as a hankie holder!
I love your vintage decor especially those reindeer riding pixies now those are really cute! Thank you for hosting the red party.
Love your old tins, and the candle blow molds - nice!!
Oh how lovely! I especially loved your "Charlie Brown" tree. I remember one year when we had one (a real tree that made us think of Charlie Brown's). It was one of my favorites through the years. :) And yours is so adorable!
We're looking forward to possibly, maybe, hopefully get some real snow soon. So far, all we've gotten are the tiny little dots you can barely see on my red Grandmother sweatshirt.
Have a blessed and beautiful Christmas - whether white or not. :) And Happy Rednesday!
Happy Holidays! Thanks for hosting Rednesday :) Lots of red at this time of the year! Yay :) Seasons Greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla
Such a sweet hanky holder and I love the elves on the reindeer! Too cute! Thanks for hosting!
I love the hankie holder (would love one for myself!)! Thanks for hosting! Liz
Good Morning Sue, Your home is decorated beautifully. I have never seen a hankie holder before, I love the fact that it is a replica of the larger towel holder. Have a lovely day. Best Wishes Daphne
Such fun Christmas vignettes. I love your blow mold collection and like everyone else, your hankie holder is fantastic! Happy Rednesday! Christmas hugs!
What a darling hanky holder. You are a smart cookie...:))
Thanks for hosting.
love the hankie holder!! would love your address so I can send ya a happy new yr gift.
I love the elves riding the deer. What a clever idea! I put some mercury glass picks in an old pottery vase in my bedroom & I think they will stay long after Christmas too!
Merry Christmas & Happy Rednesday!
Merry Christmas, Sue! Thanks for sharing and thank you so much for hosting Rednesday! ♥
The doll size quilt rack is genius. Love the pretty hankies on it. All you decor looks great.Thanks again for hosting!
Love your pretty hankies on the rack! Thank you for hosting, and a very Merry Christmas to you!
You just have to love this color this time of year. Merry Christmas to YOU and thank you for all the fun RED parties this year.
Laurie @ Pride in Photos
This is your time of the year to really show off RED
It all looks so Christimasie
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Everything is cute Sue, love all your holiday reds!
Merry Christmas to you and all your dear ones!
A very Merry Christmas to you! I love your tins on the rack. I have that same rack filled with Christmas bowls. Fun idea to decorate with tins for a change.
You have the best red's! I love the little 'quilt rack' with hankies on it! Very Clever! Your tin collection is wonderful. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas! Hugs, Linda
Love the reds in your decorations. Thanks for hosting. Have a wonderful Christmas.
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Those vintage ornaments would probably also be appropriate for Easter, so, heck yes, leave them right where they are!
Good day Sue, i love browsing your blog all your antiques old worldly bric a brac.
Have a super time over the Christmas seaon and the very best to you.
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