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October 15, 2008

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Sarah

I am pretty sure I would be in serious trouble if I could find that many ornaments in one year. I already have thousands that I use on the trees. LOL (So many that I now pass up the super tiny ones and all of the plain ones.)

However, I have ZERO of the wire wrapped ones, and I am jealous that you have enough of them to do up a whole tree with them!

Wonderful.

Debbie Heckert

I love those wreaths! I tried to make one myself several years ago, but hot glue was not the answer. After many, many burned fingers and then them not sticking I finally gave up! Maybe time to get it out and try again. How do you attach yours? And where do you sell yours? Any shows locally (I'm in Junction City, but can come up to Portland area)? Love your blog and love all your unique items! Debbie

jenny holiday

Can you hear me maniacally laughing? and Aaron exhaling in near pain? hahahahhaha

oh boy oh boy!!!! hahahah!!

That's a lotttta ornies!!!!

Annabelle

I love all those old Christmas ornaments. I have some that were my Grandmother's and I just treasure them. I love those wreaths, too. Oh, by the way, I passed an award to you. You can see it on my blog.
Annabelle :)

Annabelle

I love all those old Christmas ornaments. I have some that were my Grandmother's and I just treasure them. I love those wreaths, too. Oh, by the way, I passed an award to you. You can see it on my blog.
Annabelle :)

Mary Lou

What a delightful Site you have here. Looks like we were carved out of similar molds. : )
Mary Lou

Kim G.

Good Lord that's a lot of ornaments! I think you might have a sickness. Understandably, of course. Who doesn't love shiny old ornaments, especially in their original boxes! You might have to rent a storage container to keep them in though.

Crystal

Holy Ornaments Batman! You really weren't kidding when you said you has a stash of ornaments in your attic! That pile is bigger than my house! I get giddy when I find just one little sprig of foil leaved glass balls...truly inspiring!! :)

Michelle

Woweee!! What a huge collection!! The wreaths you create with them are fabulous!!
Michelle

Michelle

Woweee!! What a huge collection!! The wreaths you create with them are fabulous!!
Michelle

Linda

Laurie, those are beautiful wreaths. Do you mind giving a couple of points on how you put them together?

Jodi

I was going to say something like Holy Ornaments Bat Man! LOL. I see someone beat me to it! My heck! I covet your driveway at this point. LOL. Will you be selling any in your etsy store. And you must let us know what shows you'll be in, especially those of us who are in your area. I love those wreaths. You do a fabulous job! Do you take custom orders ? ooxx`jod(p.s. I never made it to get flowers, boo hoo)
And I still haven't made it to any estate sales. Life has been too busy.)

HeidiAnn

No - not crazy AT ALL. Especially since you can create such lovely wreaths and such with them! I have never seen such a bountiful, beautiful assemblage! Wow!

mo

I think old glass christmas balls are one of life's little treasures. I also have a good amount of these (though not as much as you by a long shot!) and I love having them all over the house at the holidays.

phyllis

WHAT a collection! I have been stockpiling to make a wreath but....

Joy

Beautiful ornaments! I love the wreath. ;)

Rosemary

what kind of glue do you use on the wreaths? I made one using hot glue and it fell apart :( I need to redo it, properly this time.

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