Today, an oldie but goodie--worth a second look--courtesy of LOC, we bring you the Hanck Christmas tree; the photo is believed to be somewhere between 1915 and 1930. Because we had a high resolution copy, we've been able to slice and dice it into close-ups. below. Note the hand-made ornaments in addition to store bought, including dresdens and crepe paper "dolls". Click on the photos and enjoy the eye candy!
Check out the latest faux flattie "STREET VENDOR" from Howard here.
Have you visited the vintage shop portal RUBY LANE recently? If not, it's worth your time. Lots of putz houses and accessories available here--and quite a bit of it is very reasonably priced. From the commonplace to more more unusual items----enjoy!
Manufactured of sturdy cardboard that is deeply and crisply embossed, it has gold foil on both sides. SEE IT HERE WHILE YOU STILL CAN.
P.S. DON'T MISS THIS FAB GNOME CANDY CONTAINER/GIFT BOX DIY FROM PAPER GLITTER GLUE HERE
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