Merry Christmas! I thought I would glide in real quick and share all of those blow molds I promised to show you, and a few indoor decorations as well.
This Santa on a chimney sits on the kitchen table.
Back in the day, they must have made a ton of these Santas and snowmen, because I see them all the time. I have three sets now, so I won't feel bad putting a pair outside next year!
I've since found out that this Santa in his sleigh is missing a pair of deer to pull it. I'm sure at some point in my junking travels I'll find those deer!
This snowman is so stinking cute! His sits by the back door and I'm happy to see him when I come home at night!
LOVE this pair of candles....
A polar bear, spreading joy while sitting in a vintage lawn spreader.
A sweet angel in the garage windowbox.
I know these bells aren't blow molds, but they are plastic, hence the title of this post! I have a love/obsession for these red bells. I've got the set from my childhood, and I can't seem to pass up the opportunity to have even more! Pretty sure that everything on those shelves to the right are dusty as the dickens, so don't look to hard, OK?
Another little something in the plastic category, a vintage Santa candy container/holder.
I didn't put all of the girls out this year. They just wouldn't fit on top of this bookcase.....
Which means that next year, I'm just going to have to suck it up and pack away my beloved watering can collection! I'll only do it for Christmas, Valentine's Day, Easter and Halloween, but I desperately need that big space on top there for my holiday decorations. Such is one of the many problems of living in a teeny tiny house!
I'm the last person in blogland to see these pillows from Target, aren't I? I try to stay away from Target at Christmas and Halloween time, because their stuff is just too darn cute to resist. But I needed to go in there, and decided to mosey on past the dollar section. I walked around the whole store with them in my cart, trying to talk myself out of them. I sent pictures of them and waited for some intervention, but the consensus was.......
They needed to come home with me! I'm so weak. But obviously I made the right decision. They match the pottery on the fireplace, for crying out loud!!!
Before I go, I want to share a few of my favorite Christmas illustrations. Crazy about this lovey-dovey one!
If you hope to find a shiny red Schwinn bike like this one under your tree on Christmas morning, well.... I'll admit it, I'll be jealous if you get it!
And if you hope to find a shiny red Hoover vacuum under your tree, well......You enjoy, because this girl HATES to clean!~~~~~~I hope everyone has a very Merry Christmas, and I also hope that you find exactly what you were wishing for under your tree! I'll be back the Monday after Christmas with a new segment of My Weekend Finds. You heard me right. I actually found some junk!!!