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|This cute little grouping are some of the goodies I received|
from more fellow bloggers. In the very front left is an additional
ornament that E made to go with the ornament swap. Behind
that is a lovely little tart tin with a bottle brush tree, pine cone and
greenery from Chris at "Perfectly Printed." In the very back is a lovely
tag/card that another dear friend, Renee of "My vintage Mending" made.
And last but not least, from yet another dear, dear friend, Laura of
"Decor to Adore" is a sweet little round box with a bottle brush
tree and a kneeling dear. So many treasures from so many
dear, and most lovely friends.
|Here's some of the goodies I got up in Prescott. Another|
roly poly Santa for my collection, and two dolls from
the Sun Rubber Co. Check out the little boy with
|Now check out the little boys behind.........too cute!|
|I found a plastic bag full of ornaments, inside of a shoe box|
for only $11. There are aluminum bells, a vintage "new" package
of gold mercury bead garland, and even an ornament shaped
like a dog (see image above). There were about 25 ornaments
|Check out this vintage Santa in a chimney.|
|I got these four trees, two of which I've already altered|
a little bit, the two vintage wreaths and this wooden
rack which used to hold ceramic drawers.
Not a bad haul from 10 different antique stores.
|My youngest sister Jenny got me six of these honeycomb|
vintage ornaments (two of each color) in their original box.
They are in almost mint condition.
|I recently won a giveaway from Jann over at|
(Have a daily cup of Mrs Olsen)
Isn't it lovely?
|And finally, here are all the lovely goodies my good|
friend Sandy (521 Lakestreet) got me for Christmas.
Can you believe all the vintage goodness....a vintage
Santa squeaky toy, a vintage box of angel hair,
6 die-cut Santa's, two Santa ornaments from the 70's,
two vintage pine cone elves, and what seems like
hundreds of vintage light reflectors.....wow!
|This is Prescott valley which is a town just outside of Prescott.|
|A lovely clump of snow|
|This is a small hill called "Thumb Butte."|
|My sweet hubby took this picture.|
|Another view of "Thumb Butte."|
|A cool church in town.|
|Looking down Cortez street, where all the great antique stores were.|
|This is the entry to a cute little restaurant called|
"The Raven" where we had breakfast and lunch.
|This is a mural of a raven painted on one of the walls.|
|This is a totally cool sculpture hanging from the rafters and|
it's a "deconstructed raven."
|More pretty snow|