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November 30, 2011

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Kat

No- I think you either designed or made those luscious little ornaments, if only to drive yourself to distraction in your next life. Or you couldn't afford them in your past life, so you put them someplace safe until you came back around to retrieve them. Love the wreath!

Lavender Dreams

It is SUCH a fun time to hunt for vintage Christmas things! Of course you know me...I'm still looking for pixies! heehee! You can never have enough! ♥

Vicki

Easy answer. The santas.

HeidiAnn

Great time to shop, yes.
Genius, indeed.
I love it ALL, and yes, I do believe you may have been a clerk at Woolworth's, and I may have been working there with you, even!
And if I truly HAD to choose only one of those items, I'd probably pick the little wreath.
But I'm not sure......

Renee

Gladly...the wreath! I can only imagine how much fun the Woolworth store must have been at Christmas...I would have lingered for hours. Much like I do here...The candy cane is divine! You should know I have all the fabric for the Santa roof top apron, I just can't decide how to do the Santa...thanks again for the inspiration...Smiles...Renee

Laurie

Hm, I would have to say I'd buy the chenille santas, but the stickers would be a close second. I DO love this time of year -- I found tow in-the-package vintage Christmas items myself today a the thrift store!

Cheapchick

If only one I would have to choose the Santas....Thank goodness you didn't have to choose! Great finds

julie

The red wreath for sure. I have not found a single Christmas thing at my thrift store so I especially liked pretend shopping with this post :-)

Melissa's Antiques

I would be running around the store trying to borrow money from someone or dancing a jig in the parking lot to try to get some loose change. All of those are so precious. I think if I had to choose, it would be the spun head Santas.

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I would be running around the store trying to borrow money from someone or dancing a jig in the parking lot to try to get some loose change. All of those are so precious. I think if I had to choose, it would be the spun head Santas.

Linda

What fun finds! My problem with buying stuff in it's original packaging is that I want to take them out!!! I love the antique store this time of year with their colorful, vintage goodies!

Blessings

Linda

Bonnie

The cotton spun angels melt my heart...their faces are so adorable!!!

Ruthann

I have an ornament exhibit at a local museum, and someone asked me if there is a book about Shiny Brites. I was thinking you would be the perfect person to do a book about them.

Carol @ Old Glory Cottage

Oh my goodness, I've never seen one of those bottlebrush wreaths in it's original packaging!!! Why does that excite me so much?!!!

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