Sunday, December 9, 2012

Toy Stove Christmas Vignette

It seems that us big girls, still like to play with our "toys". Santa came early to my house this year, and brought me another toy stove like I had as a little girl! I couldn't wait to start decorating with it. I am feeling a retro Christmas this year, in my dining room and kitchen. I will also still love my pinks too, but this year I was just loving this look.
 
 
 
  


These little things I found at garage sales for like .25 and .50 cents.


The pixies came out to play too! I found the sweetest little cookie cutters in Hobby Lobby. The gingerbread girl is needlepoint, made by my dear mother-in-love. I have several of those on my fridge. I found the glass oranments at my local thrift for .69 and another 25% off! Score!!


This retro decoration was found at flea market. I did a swap of some pinecones with sweet Tammy over at Tammy's in Love, and she sent me these adorable little hang tags. I love them! I actually had some of this retro garland way back when, and I got rid of it. Boo Hoo. Now, what the girls are doing, is making these pretty tags, out of vintage cards, and scrapbook embelishments, then hang them from this garland. Check this one out over at http://creativebreathing.blogspot.com/2012/12/merry-bright-garland-tutorial.html  She is so  creative, and I can't stop looking at it. It's almost like a charm necklace, that you just keep adding to.

thanks for coming by for a visit!


I'm joining in with Sue over at http://suelovescherries.blogspot.com/2012/12/rednesday_11.html it's a very Cherry World for Rednesday! Stop by to see lots of red!

Merry Christmas!
Debbie

11 comments:

Kim K. said...

Darling. Your stove is ever-so-sweet. I've been anxious to see ever since you emailed me. Love all your special ornaments and blow molds.

Christmas hugs!

Sandy said...

Oh Debbie....I also have one of thee vintage stoves, I will have to use it next year! I am having bookshelves built for the living room, so the stove can go in the kitchen...I have SO little space to decorate and next to no walls...Great rooms are not easy to decorate for Christmas!

Rebecca said...

Well girlfriend...how SWEET is that stove? I want one! :)

You are always so upbeat and full of JOY! I LOVE visiting you my friend and seeing all the lovely things you share. It blesses me....

Love, Rebecca

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

I also ADORE your little stove and your sweet toy vignette!
Makes me smile!!
Warmly,
deb

craftyles said...

That stove is the cutest. I love how you've decorated it. Yes, big girls should play too.

ThrifterSisters said...

I love that little stove & the way you incorporated it into you decor. Great photos!

Happy Holidays,

Erica

Denise Marie said...

Fav is the stove but all lovely vintage fun!!

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Love all your holiday decorations, that stove is so darling!

Merry Chrstmas!

Lori said...

Oh, my - that toy stove is the cutest and the way you have it decorated is darling!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

I am playing catch up as i finally have time to visit after decorating our 19 trees!
I LOVE your sweet vintage vignette but may I say that your header has left me breathless!!

Hugs,
Debbie

SueLovesCherries said...

Love the pink tree, and the stove display is just perfect! Have a wonderful Christmas!