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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Vintage Thingie Thursday--Ornaments

I bought some vintage Coby ornaments at Not Necessarily New.

I wiped them off, polished them up and dumped (well, not really dumped) them in this glass battery case.




They look charming on the mantel!






A lotta Christmas for a tiny bit of money and I didn't have to dig out those boxes and boxes and boxes and boxes.......of ornaments! Except I think I added to my junk pile with them!

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9 comments:

Fiona said...

I love your baubles in the jar - I don't have so many! Your mantel is simple but lovely. We don't have a mantel :-(
Yes it is summer here - I loved seeing your snow in your earlier post. Thanks for visiting my blog!

marian said...

They look gorgeous displayed in the square jar...your mantel looks wonderful too!! Have a joyous Christmas & see you in 2009 for more VTT fun :)

CC said...

Your ornaments are wonderful. Have a happy VTT and a lovely Christmas.

Coloradolady said...

I just love ornaments in glass jars....so charming. Yours are very nice. Merry Christmas!

Kellie said...

What a fun idea! I would have never thought to dump random Christmas ornaments in a jar! They look fantastic and I am so stealing that idea!

Susan said...

Love your dump them in a jar; I gasped. From someone who loves old glass ornaments dearly. LOL.

Jewelgirl said...

Wonderful holiday ideas! Now go grab a few more minty Oreos (we love them too!) before they're totally gone!
Happy Holidays! Jewelgirl

Amy said...

I love those! Old ornaments are the best!

Teeny Tiny cabin said...

I love ornaments displayed in glass jars too!
Have a wonderful Christmas!
Blessings to you!
Claudia O.

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