Yes folks, it’s time to unpack, unravel the lights, and generally get in the holiday putz village mood. Here’s what's being billed as A Brooklyn Christmas putz (one of four villages to follow), inspired by a plastic Fisher Price "brownstone" toy building that has been “trashbashed” beyond all recognition—along with a little grey bridge, also trashbashed beyond all recognition—accompanied by an antique feather tree with vintage and antique ornaments (more photos of that later—for now, lots of Napco, vintage spun cotton figures, vintage fence, celluloid angels, deer, and other made in Japan goodness--and some zinnfiguren too.) Click on the photos below. Enjoy.
General electric tinsel bell http://www.flickr.com/photos/funoldnew/8183473438/in/contacts/
Check out all this vintage Christmas wrapping paper and tag goodness http://www.laurelleaffarm.com/pages/holiday_pages/christmas-gift-wrap.htm#.UKL4mIbHlX8
Check out these vintage flocked candy containers, very minty http://www.laurelleaffarm.com/pages/holiday_pages/boot-candy-containers.htm#.UKL5a4bHlX8
Oh how we wish we could find some of these novelty lights at tag sale prices! http://www.oldchristmastreelights.com/bills_site/vintage_novelty_lights,_page_two.htm
A wonderful and creative use of the building and bridge and all that delish Japan Christmas.ReplyDelete
I love it all to pieces. Great blog you have here.ReplyDelete