TO THE RIGHT--BIG VINTAGE CHRISTMAS STICKERS...the kind you have to lick and stick! Why oh why can't they make them like this any more! Click on the photo. We can almost taste the glue. With thanks as always to our friend Cheshire Cat.
TINPLATE, JAYLINE HANDCAR SHED http://bit.ly/1xIeYrA
BLUMCHEN has re-printed their tinsel rosette ornament instructions for those of us who don't own those original Victorian pieces! This time we’ll save the file for sure--lots of fun and easy! http://www.blumchen.com/hh_craft_2010c_tinsel_rosettes.html
Check out this book – CHRISTMAS WISHES, A CATALOG OF VINTAGE HOLIDAY TREATS AND TREASURES; KEEP SCROLLING DOWN THE PAGE ONCE YOU CLICK ON THE LINK; we’ve even spotted a putz under the tree circa 1971, on “page 4” http://books.google.com/books?id=7AI-yevpNyEC&printsec=frontcover&dq=christmas+catalog&hl=en&sa=X&ei=DOfHUMzDNbGQ0QHqsoCQBg&ved=0CD8Q6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=christmas%20catalog&f=false
An interesting vintage Disney blog – this posting features a 1937 ad for the Disney Christmas lights http://vintagedisneymemorabilia.blogspot.com/2007/12/noma-chrsitmas-lights-part-1.html
Remember the Christmas stickers that came in little books by Dennison? The nuns at my school used to use them on test papers. If you got an A and above, you got a sticker.ReplyDelete
It's funny how some things stay with you. The taste of lick and stick stickers and envelopes is one of them.ReplyDelete