It is a favorite holiday. The sweetest graphics. Cutest books. Sparkly baubles hanging off the tree and anything else I can adorn. I really cannot think of a reason not to like it...maybe the crowds? Each year I try to create an ornament from my yearly vintage finds. This year was no exception.
...but first I have to share why this is Reagan's favorite season. A house full of warm lit trees draped in fuzzy skirts. This is his place to be for the next month.
Last year I paired these sweet bells with vintage package toppers. I didn't realize what a find I had in these toppers. I haven't come across them since.
With white snowflakes as my base I used reflectors to hold a vintage taper wreath and set of bells.
Two reflectors and loads of feather tree balls.
Last year I found an entire lot of these vintage floral stakes. The stick is easily removed and sits nicely on the snowflake base. Some glossy millinery and a reflector flower or two.
Jingle bells and plastic holly. Little bits of juniper for show. This one might just be my favorite. These always go out to family and friends. I tuck away a few for the kids. When they have a tree of their own I hope to arrive at their first Christmas away from home with a box full of ornaments.