Yesterday I spent the day with these Christmas cuties.
We had a bit of lunch.
Then spent the afternoon making delightful Gingerbread Houses. The boys sprinted to finish their house, while the girls were so detail oriented. Surprise, surprise. They would like you to vote for your favorite as I could not decide.
Rudi was team lead on the clean up crew.
The evening before I attended a grand event, Moonlight and Mistletoe. My dear friend Jen had a fabulous vintage booth filled with wonderful things.
I loved this collection of Christmas cards.
Sassy senorita hanky holders.
Lovely scarves~ a vintage Parisian gem went home with me.
Rows upon rows of lovely fabrics and vintage linens to swoon over.
I knew this hand painted gem of a wallet wouldn’t last long. Jen’s prices were TOO good!
I added a few vintage embellished corsages to the mix.
Here is a photo of us together~all sassy red lips and flirty false eyelashes.
I wish you could see the fabulous T strap shoes on my feet, but this is what they looked like.
Of course every Christmas story needs a leg lamp.
We are in the process of overhauling Jenny’s blog where you’ll be able to see more vintage loveliness. Until then, here’s her contact info. Yes, she ships. (Jen hand makes her business cards~ just one more thing I love about her.)
Be merry and bright, and happy Christmas eve night! Male sure you check out the Metis Linens blog~ there’s a small token of our appreciation waiting there for you.