Thursday, December 2, 2010

VINTAGE CHRISTMAS WITH COMMON GROUND.......


today dear friends I am hooking up with a new friend....Debra at COMMON GROUND for her vintage Christmas Fridays.

My little Christmas tree was made by moi with vintage Christmas bulbs from my beautiful mother-in-law and old Christmas bulbs I have had forever.


I EVEN HAD ENOUGH BULBS TO MAKE A MATCHING WREATH.....EACH TIME I LOOK AT THESE TREASURES IT REMINDS ME OF CHRISTMAS' PAST AND ALL THE LOVE AND KINDNESS THAT HAS BEEN SHOWN.

PLEASE CLICK ON DEBRA'S BUTTON ON MY SIDE BAR TO VISIT THE OTHER LOVELY LADIES WHO ARE PARTICIPATING IN THE WONDERFUL EVENT.

HUGS,

JO

19 comments:

  1. Hi Jo:)
    Great tree and wreath! Homemade just makes the best memories, don't you think:)
    ~Debra
    Capers of the vintage vixens

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  2. Hello Jo... so glad you joined the party too! Your tree and wreath are so pretty, and I know they carry precious memories and lots of love in each special ornament... xoxo Julie Marie

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  3. Oh Friend,
    Thanks for sharing your lovely Christmas decorations with us, they are delightful!
    Hope your Holiday is a Blessed one!!
    Smiles,
    Susie

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  4. Beautiful Jo...very dazzling and super charming as always!! Lovely!! yay...I'll check it out!
    Have a happy day..and an awesome wkd!
    Kiki~

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  5. your photos are so peaceful looking!

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  6. Very pretty, Jo! I'd like to try something like this!

    XO,
    Jane

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  7. Jo, these decorations are so beautiful! I wish I could create such gorgeous things.

    Best wishes and happy Friday,
    Natasha.

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  8. Just beautiful Jo! Have a great weekend.

    Hugs,
    Judy

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  9. Oh I am just loving CHRISTMAS IN BLOGLAND! My busy schedule is just not allowing me to decorate or do much anything else other than to work and CRASH every evening! I am home today however and plan to:

    play my harp
    decorate
    rest
    draw
    post

    Ambitious, non? HAVE A GREAT DAY DEAREST! Anita

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  10. Hello Josette...your wreath is exquisite...so lovely! Thank you for stopping by my blog with your kind comments. Happy Holidays to you!

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  11. Oh how precious!!!

    And I'm here to say THANK YOU for taking the time to comment a reply, to my blogging Questions. Thank you!

    Gentle Winter hugs...

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  12. I just love vintage ornaments. You have used them beautifully!
    Have a blessed weekend~
    Gwenny

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  13. What a lovely way to use them!

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  14. So magical my friend....I love those vintage balls..the colours are amazing.

    Hugs for a blessed weekend. xoxo

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  15. So lovely, Jo!
    I also enjoyed
    your last post....
    Just PRETTY.
    Love it!
    xx Suzanne

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  16. love the ethereal projection of feeling in your imagery dear Jo...it certainly gives the heart pause... ~

    i ever love your combination of vintage ornaments...i admit a passion for them as well :)

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  17. Ok, Lets try this again, you may have a comment that just says, Hi Jo ~ If you do, something happened & my comment disappeared.... I Love the Tree & the Wreath, always wanted to make one, but never seem to remember when I see the old ornaments in the spring & summer at tag sales.... I divided all of Our Old stuff to My kids a few years back, so one day, I will remember & start buying some....
    You did a Fabulous Job!
    Take care
    Cheryl

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  18. How pretty, Jo! And to be able to look at them and 'relive' past Christmas memories is priceless.

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  19. Hi Jo, you did an amazing job creating these treasures. I've always wanted to make one of these and the tree and wreath are just beautiful. It's so nice to have the memories! Thanks so much for such a great post! Have a wonderful week.
    xo,
    Debra

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