Vintage Christmas

November 9th, 2008 in member junk     
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I started with a picnic basket that was not in very good condition. My husband fixed the lid where it wouldn't shut and would stay up. Inside is a well worn quilt, a santa from the 1950s and a snowman made from chenille. The book is "The Night Before Christmas" from the 1950s. On the lid is a new piece of pine greenry with vintage ornaments hanging on it.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, seasonal, basket

Comments (8)

junkinhart writes: LOVE THIS!! Very charming display.......I love baskets and they just pull everything together so nicely!

Cindy Posted: 6:12 am on November 11th
roadtriplouise writes: Nice display, I'm kind of getting excited to decorate for Christmas. Ann Posted: 6:24 pm on November 10th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Your vintage bulbs are a great addition and I'm a sucker for cute little snowmen...especially made from chenille!

Great holiday post. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Candy Posted: 11:18 am on November 10th
kmayflowers writes: I have this picnic basket & now i know what to do with it. I wish it could talk (I say that all the time) to tell us the stories of where it's been & what my grandmother fixed for the scrumptious meal. Posted: 10:12 am on November 10th
junktiqueboutique writes: The Santa has a hard plastic face. The body is some sort of spongy material that looks like it would crumble. Posted: 11:55 pm on November 9th
WhisperWood Cottage writes: What is that Santa made of?

Amy Posted: 10:22 pm on November 9th
LuAnn writes: I like this look. Especially the greenery on the basket top. It's hard to believe the holidays are just over the next small hill. Although I was in the mood a little today as we had some snow flurries.

Keep up the good work.

LuAnn Posted: 6:23 pm on November 9th
AtticusFinch writes: Hmmm...that Santa looks familiar from my childhood. Can't remember if it was my Grandma or baby-sitter Granny who had one in their decor. What a great display for such memorable items. Posted: 6:23 pm on November 9th
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