Saturday, September 18, 2010

*Christmas Collectibles*

Vintage Bottle Brush Tree Trio sold from my 2009 Collection...

Oh my goodness, My kitchen table is running over with items I have been collecting for this years crafty Christmas Collection! I need a bigger Kitchen!

More Wonderful Christmas Finds Sold on Ebay...

Vintage 4" Celluloid Santa sold for $91

Vintage German Santa and tree Lot sold for $480

12 Antique Mercury glass Icicles sold for $89

Linking up with:
Debbiedoos Loves Livin in the Carolinas
Funky Junk Interiors Saturday Nite Special
Under The Table and Dreaming
Inspiring You to Save ... Meet Me Monday


Marfi-topia said...

wow! everything looks so glittery and amazing!
A bigger kitchen...(sigh) wouldn't that be nice!

Debbiedoos said... are making me so ready for X-mas...however, I love Fall and going to enjoy every second of it. Great scores...all so very pretty:) Have a good weekend, and thanks for joining me. Debbie

Entertaining Women said...

I can hardly wait to see what you create for this Christmas! Do you do craft fairs in the WF area, or are you perhaps in any shops? I would make the drive down H.E.B to see your creations. Cherry Kay

Diane Mars said...

Very cool, I think we have the same Vintage likes! Hey friend, cannot wait to see what you are creating! oxox

Nita Stacy said...

This is just my kind of Xmas stuff. Last year...I was snowed in on Xmas. I could not get to the dinner I was suppose to attend. I was just by myself with the dogs. And the only thing in the cupboard to eat was a can of pumpkin. Pretty sad. So I spent the day making bottle brush trees covered in al the small vintage ornaments too small for my tree. I just played all day. It would be a nice Xmas memory if I'd had more than the can of pumpkin to eat. Even the dogs were like....what? That's it? They had dog food too though. I did have Xmas dinner the next day when I was able to get out.

I can't wait to see all your beautiful creations this year.

cottonfieldfarm said...

Thank you for leaving a comment about my buttons! I love your blog! I am now your newest follower and will be returning to see all the goodies and visit all the super places! I will be grabbing your button, and I would be honored if you would grab mine too!

patricia@ReFind Home&Garden said...

Wow... beautiful things! Can't wait for Christmas. Hugs, Patricia

Alicia said...

WOW! Beautiful treausures. Let Christmas come !
Have a nice sunday

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

What wonderful goodies you have shared with us today!! I LOVE them all!! Your creations are just spectacular!!
I have to try to make some of these myself if I can ever find the time!!


mo said...

I adore the Antique Mercury glass Icicles! *hugs*

Hanna said...

Hi, I'm your newest follower from Monday blog hop! Lovely Blog. You can find me at

Your blog is beautiful!

liszha said...

I am so drooling overhere! What a beautiful christmas stuff!

Kathryn said...

Hi! I'm here from Meet Me Monday. Wow, amazing things!!

Unknown said...

Can't wait to see your Christmas

Dandelion Dreams said...

Good evening, Ms Bingles,

Love the name, btw. You stopped by my blog and I wanted to return the favor. Your name hinted at it, but oh my I really didn't expect to be transported into such an enchanting winter wonderland!

Sooooo many pretties! I shall try my best not to drool on any of them. Decorum! Decorum!

And I just LOVE the your headboard table. Très magnifique!!

faith, trust, and faerie dust!

ps hahaha your Ms Bingles and my word verification "obangle". What a hoot!

cottonfieldfarm said...

I so enjoy visiting your blog! Really gets me in the Christmas spirit! I love is so much, I have chosen you to receive the "ONE LOVELY BLOG AWARD!" I was honored with the award, and now I want to pass it on to you! Thank you for having such an interesting and beautiful blog!
Sincerely and God bless,

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Your beautiful creations make me want to actually start thinking ahead for Christmas, I'm always so far behind. Wonderful goodies as always;-)

Christmas-etc... said...

What a wonderful Christmasy blog! I have spent the last 12 years writing about St. Nicholas and Christmas (see my blog!) so I really do love the season! Your vintage finds are just gorgeous!I especially love the antique mercury glass icicles!