First up, a reminder that there was once a time when Christmas lights were manufactured in many different countries. These "jewel lights" were made in Italy, circa mid 1960's--and really come into their own when lit. They're followed by an outstanding collection of very early, vintage Halloween noisemakers. Really neat graphics.
And finally a wonderful old French postcard.
Again, click on the photos and enjoy.
So worth looking at again - making a log cabin putz by Howard Lamey - Click here.
A question about GLITTER! The sizes--A.K.A. THE "GRIT"--the types, and more--neat video too--go to https://www.cardboardchristmas.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1769
Yabba dabba do--Fred and Pebbles cookie jar; click here
You are in for a real treat--an old promo photo for G.E. Christmas lights; click here
CHRISTMAS FEVER; CLICK HERE
HOWARD'S WORKING ON A NEW FLATTIE! A horse drawn carriage; more here
3 pages of WEE WONDERs! CRITTERS from Tiny Things Are Cute! Click here.
And hey train people: Lots of photos! Foam scenery; more here
SEE THE LAST EDITION OF MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. HERE.
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