Thursday, December 8, 2011

"I'll be HOME for Christmas!"

Perhaps because so much of this year has been spent in hospitals, doctors offices and with appointments for this "hag" and her family this year. Every day is SPECIAL... but, Christmas time being extra special with the anticipation of time spent at HOME. There truly is, no place like home!

Sprinkles of the holidays are complete... now, just the best parts remain. Wrapping, baking, family, food & festivities!

"Hags" aren't all about brooms to ride, warts on noses or pointed black hats... they actually enjoy the twinkle of lights, patina of crusty wares, even the shine of mercury glass and old fashioned glass glitter. Vintage Annalee's & old well loved bottle brush trees, So, just a few glances to share around this "hags" holiday home.

I love this little Annalee Drummer Boy ~ an oldie but goodie nestled amongst a rabbits foot fern and bowl brimming with vintage mercury glass ornaments. Once there were enough older Annalee's to fill a 10 foot flocked tree, with a much smaller abode currently we've only kept our absolute favorites to frost necessary corners or complete holiday vignettes.

This "hags" collection of matte white pottery and old alarm clocks has been packed away to make room for "Mr. Hag's" Christmas in the City village. There's Yankee Stadium, Tavern on the Green, Rockefeller Center,

even Architectural Antiques Shop with little columns and salvage baubles you might find in the real antique store where many of my days are spent. Two family room wall shelves make up the villages home for the holidays above the happenings of holiday gatherings.

Brrr... and even a modest little collection of Snowmen. So cheery and neat... all but one who melted into a pretty bowl look forward each year to being part of the holiday festivities.

"Home for the Holidays" the perfect GIFT!

Our wish this holiday season is peace, happiness, health and of course much cheer with family & friends.

Sure hope your holiday season is filled with the same!


♥ one vintage hag

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