Festive feather trees, classic cocktails, decorative popcorn garlands… revelers of yesteryear really knew how to embrace the holiday season. The vintage Christmas decorations and comforting treats will impress any guest and create lasting memories for years to come. Crisp stationery and seasonal stamps never fail to spread holiday cheer.
In talking with our friends about Christmas, we've discovered that nearly every one of them boasts of a friend or relative who has the happy faculty of finding just the right gifts — gifts that ring the bell. We like to think that you can select a host of such gifts from our tested-and-approved list. Here are some of them.
Hello Graphics Fairy friends! They will be perfect for decorating all your Christmas presents this year because they are fun, colorful and easy to make and they will definitely bring a little bit of happiness to anyone receiving them. I must confess, having all these stunning images at one click away can sometimes make things harder when it comes to choosing only a few!
My son Josh loves collecting vintage Star Wars figures. The same ones I collected back in the late 70s when I was a little older than he is now. He looks forward to getting the next figure and I love hunting for them when I visit vintage fairs throughout the year.
Add a little bit of nostalgia to your presents with these printable Vintage Christmas Gift Tags. Merry Christmas, dear Kenarry readers! Since Christmas is quickly approaching, I thought it appropriate to share these adorable printable vintage Christmas card inspired gift tags with you.
Every year, Christmas is a remarkable event- it turns cities into landscapes of red, green and gold. Streets are adorned with elaborate decorations; billboards and walls are plastered with colorful ads pitching their wares as Christmas presents. Nowadays, we are bombarded with print ads of tasty treats, branded wears and of course, the hottest tech gadgets; but did you know that old, yellowed ads of three to seven decades ago are mostly promoting household items, cigarettes and even guns? Source: reware vintage.