Here are some more examples for you today.
We'll start with these two sweet little Christmas girls:
Frankly, I was surprised they survived intact. I just stuck the corsage in to fill up the empty spot:
I picked up two cute vintage (Made In Japan) boots and a little "rockin' Mrs. Claus shaker.
I have no problem at all with buying lone shakers, who are missing their mate, if they are vintage Christmas - and cute:
These two were waste management finds, also:
I love finding cute tags at the thrift stores.
Trouble is, I don't like opening them!
That's all right, I have plenty of other nice tags - enough to last a lifetime, probably:
I found three more vintage bell ornaments to add to my collection, too:
And I found a vintage box of bows.
Now, why would you want to add just any plain old bow to your packages when you can use "Glamour Bows", I ask you, why?
Ribbons, too, all prettily packaged up in a Christmas tree shape. Good thing I have LOTS of other ribbon, too - because I really don't want to open this package, either!
I found three little vintage Santa lantern ornaments: