Today I am going to show you all the last of my vintage Christmas finds for the season. Tomorrow I will share my decorations and then once that is done, this Thrifter Sister will be done with vintage Christmas blogging until next year. It will be nice to get back to telling you all about my other non-Christmas related vintage scores.
Here we go again...
So remember me telling you all about the monster I created? Brian came home last week grinning from ear to ear about some things he had found for me at Goodwill. I cannot even begin to describe how much I love the tin with the Santa holding the lantern. It is easily my favorite one ever. I am not sure, but I think the one on the right may be a repro but I still love it.
He also found these old trays and Gurley candles. I swear he looked like my dog whenever he brings me a dead squirrel. So proud! Gross comparison I know.
I have a Starbucks mug radar. I spotted these sticking out of a giant bin full of holiday themed mugs. I just knew they were from Starbucks. After peeling of the 49 cent Goodwill sticker on the bottom, I was rewarded with the telltale logo. Score!!
Can't leave behind a glass tree topper or an old musical Santa!
I picked up these fun things at the flea market with Sister last weekend. One booth had the Santa candy container for $20 and one aisle over was the same one for a dollar! Guess which one I bought? The wreaths need some embellishment at some point and the baby deer were way to cute to leave behind.
I've had some awesome luck finding Shiny Brites at the flea market this year.
I walked by this figurine several times before finally buying her after Hanna told me I needed her. I'm so happy I did. She fits in so perfectly with all of my other Christmas girls.
Now look at this....I bought this box of box of blue Shiny Brites along with this set of 4 old Santa cookie trays at Monticello when I was in Portland for Crafty Wonderland (if you are keeping track, that is 3 identical boxes of Shiny Brites I have found this year).
The very next day, I found this box of blue ornaments and four more of the same Santa cookie trays at St. Vincent's while out thrifting with Hanna! What are the odds of finding almost identical things a day apart?
Cute Santa cut out found at a local antique mall.
Along with this cute Santa themed coloring book (never used!).
And another stocking to add to my collection.
I have been coveting the Holt Howard Santa napkin holder for a long time but was thrilled to find this lookalike at Goodwill instead.
Speaking of Holt Howard, how cute are these Santa shakers found while out with Hanna the other day? We raced to them!
So, that is it for my finds for the season. Unless I get the energy to brave the after Christmas crowds, I doubt you will be seeing anymore vintage Christmas from me! But after looking over my finds from this season, I'm sure I've shown enough to make all of you happy.
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