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December 30, 2014

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Musings from Kim k.

Happy "almost" 2015!!!

Diane

Those are nice for New Year's decorating! When I was quite small and would see those folded up at a store, I always wondered what people did with those "boot things!"

Sheryl Remy

That's what I love about you. You can always find a way to use vintage in your home. Happy New Year to you and your family.

Erica

I have a few packages of the Westminster Bells that I picked up along the way. Every year I start to put them out but can't ever find the perfect spot. Next year will be their year!

Dreary and COLD here too. Pops of color are a must this time of year, aren't they?

~Erica

Doreen

Love all your honeycomb bells! I think I have white, red and a few fuschia colored ones. You gave me a great idea on what to use with the ones I have. Mine are mainly small ones. Freezing today with the high of 38 but I guess that's nothing compared to some people. As you know I'm just laying around today :-( Hoping to get over this crud soon and ring in the New Year healthy!
Have a great day and thanks for sharing!

Kathy

The white garland and bells are PERFECT for ringing in the new year. Now let's just hope we don't get any real snow to complete the theme!

Shara

I have a bunch of pink and white bells that I bought from someone's wedding decorations. They are thick, so they are older. I've never used them even though they make me happy. I got my Happy New Year display up today - but the Christmas is still up too. Lots of holidays around here......:D Happy New Year!

Marci

Thats a great idea for your bells and it looks very fun and festive! One of my favorite antique stores has a great big window that they always put a neat display in. The best one they did was all honeycomb bells. They had huge ones (like 2 ft tall) down to little bitty ones. I wish I had taken a pic of it, soo neat!

Melissa

Just that word "honeycomb" makes me smile! I agree the mint color is delicious. Love the display!
It's 7 degrees here with a wind chill of minus 6 so a warm blog entry is much appreciated!
Happy New Year!

Linda Barber

I love looking at all of your collections, my question is how do you organize and store all your different collections? Please post how to organize the storage of treasures. I loved my treasures I bought at your bazaars this year, can't wait until next year.....


-Linda

Becky

Your "stuff" amazes me! Thanks for sharing it with the world! Please show me your collection of vintage fabric!

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