Ornament #3 – Vintage Snowflakes {30 Days of Christmas Ornaments}

30 Days Christmas OrnamentsOrnament #3 – 01cb3f254bdd17258843a8badc124f3b436103e76bVintage Snowflakes

With this ornament, I was able to re-purpose a couple of vintage rose boughs as well as some tiny pearl Christmas decorations and tinsel.  I also raided my stash of dried roses.  I spotted the snowflakes at my local Dollar store and loved them just the way they were, but knew I wanted to jazz them up for this project.

01f216b560ea1199f01111fa56610adeb45dccc2180148bb03bb80b42b93021628d73a4a9c79f29c0ef5I gathered my materials and began pulling the rose boughs apart with wire cutters.  I separated the leaves from the roses and the vines, cut the tinsel and removed the hardware from the pearl Christmas decorations.  In the end, I didn’t use as much tinsel as I thought I would because it overwhelmed the ornaments.

Using my trusty glue gun, I just arranged my materials over 5 snowflakes and here’s the result.  They make me think of a vintage English Christmas.  Not sure why ;-).

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Quest46LogoItem #25 – Start a Fairy GardenFairy Garden Door

I first discovered Fairy Gardens on Pinterest.  (In fact, I have a board dedicated to Fairy Gardens)  I love how tiny everything is and the whimsy associated with creating a make believe Fairy Garden Yarn Basketnook in the corner of the garden.  I love doll houses and all things miniature, so it’s no surprise that I’m really taken with these gardens.  Eek! It’s a yarn basket made from a walnut shell.   —->

 

 

Question of the Day:  What is your favorite food to eat over the holidays?

Grace

 

 

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Links to {30 Days of Christmas Ornaments}
Ornament #1
Ornament #2

 

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When you finish this Fairy Garden thing, can I sit next to the door and wait for the fairies to come out?  I won’t bother anything, I’ll just sit and wait.  I’ve never seen a fairy before.  Is it kind of like a butterfly?  Or a hummingbird?  I’m so excited, I can’t wait.

 

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22 Responses to Ornament #3 – Vintage Snowflakes {30 Days of Christmas Ornaments}

  1. Ed’s sugar free cranberry sauce with turkey

  2. Pam Robertson says:

    Sweet potatoes – yum!

  3. Michelle says:

    Candied yams always! And FAIRY GARDEN that is so cute. I want to do all these crafts I swear I want to drop out of school and spend my life making a fairy garden now.

  4. Alan says:

    Yorkshire puddings and roasted potatoes

  5. Cathy Powell says:

    Left over turkey panini sandwiches with cranberry relish

  6. Neil says:

    Roast turkey and Yorkshire Puddings.

  7. Kathy Ryan says:

    It used to be peppermint ice cream because the holidays was they only time it was available until I learned Leatherbee’s has it year round… Next best thing is probably my party mix,
    because I only make it at the holidays.

  8. Kathy Ryan says:

    PS… I like the vintage snowflake ornaments a lot! Probably show my friend who does a Shriner’s Christmas tree each year – I think she would have a winner with a bunch of these.

  9. Marjorie C says:

    Roast Potatoes – crispier the better!

  10. Emi says:

    My favorite food to eat during the holidays would be mash potatoes with homemade gravy. Yum!!!!

  11. tammy rustmann says:

    chestnut dressing. lots of work but so worth it!

    • gracieed says:

      Wow that sounds really good. Many years ago, my family and I were in London at Christmas time and bought chestnuts from a street vendor who was cooking them in foil in a metal bin. They were really good!

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