Vintage Christmas tree and putz village - LOVE this!
Walter Dymond, groundskeeper of Harold Lloyd’s estate, Greenacres, with the Lloyd Christmas tree. He was responsible for the construction of the Christmas tree from two trees (wiring the branches of one into the other), and placed the ornaments where Mr Lloyd directed. The tree remained up, all year ‘round. - (1972)
go-big-or-go-home, THE christmas tree
Harold Lloyd’s Christmas Tree | Unusual Life
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Christmas Advent from a vintage Coke Crate // I love this idea, it's so clever & different !! I will do this as soon as I find the coke crate!! So that will probably be next year. Gives me lots of ideas,so you could add a piece of candy to each block & add numbers to the block so the kids could keep track of the day. Another one of those things when you think " Why didn't I think of that ! "
Christmas Advent from a vintage Coke Crate
Genius!! -For the Christmas tree- Glue 2 of these, back to back and insert a silver metallic cord for hanging. Fill the insides of the tree with these after putting on the lights, but before putting on the ornaments. The sparkle will be tripled.
Ribbon suspended glass ornaments... I'll always think this is cool. Don't know if I have pinned it before, but it is 'second pin' worthy. LOL...
"The Innkeeper's Key" with poem about making room for the Savior.
In 1926, a group of decorative-lighting companies merged to create the National Outfit Manufacturers Assoc. in New York City. NOMA became the largest decorative Christmas lighting company in the United States. It distributed other holiday items such as this 1950s tree stand. It is made of colorful lithographed tin.
antique christmas tree stand . . .