A few whimsical touches to old vintage toys adds warmth and invites family home to take
pleasure in the traditions of years gone by.
Each Christmas we display this little 1946 Looky Fire Truck.
It was a Christmas gift to my husband when he was first born.
He was also firefighter for many years.
This is a 1946 Christmas stocking from Germany, it always takes center stage
on our mantel.
Mantel Clock, early 1900’s, belonged to my husbands grandparents.
Franklin D. Roosevelt's “the man of the hour” clock, dates back to 1933 and is also vintage.
This old clock was a $3.00 yard sale find and it works.
Here’s another vintage mantel clock that has a beautiful chime.
My collection of old vintage faded red books.
Our Christmas tree is finally decorated along with several strands of new lights.
Have you ever attempted to remove several hundred lights from an
eight foot prelit Christmas tree? Me either…until today and it’s not fun. They all decided
to stop working at the same time.
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