Do you like vintage or vintage reproduction Christmas signs? I totally have a major thing for vintage in general – and especially vintage tin signs! I thought it would be fun to share some of these signs with you and I hope that you enjoy them! I not only love the way these signs look, but also the feeling they invoke of a simpler, happier and more innocent time – and a kind of comfort that perhaps many of us could use right now.
What do I do with all of these vintage signs? Well, I actually use them as a border on the wall all around my kitchen! (Am trying to get a decent photo in a kitchen that is perpetually not bright enough!) You could dedicate an entire wall to vintage signs or just hang one where a little Christmas cheer is needed!
Please see my note at the bottom of the post about Bloggers for Sandy Hook!
Rather than our regular Emme’s Flashback Fridays this week, I am joining other bloggers in a Cookies & Crafts tribute to Sandy Hook Elementary. I feel very strongly about expressing my own tribute in some small way. I have not said too much about all of this, except to ask you to keep everyone in Newtown and those lost in your prayers. I just cannot talk more about it right now and I know that you will understand. Each of us has to cope and manage difficult and incomprehensible things in our own way and in our own time.
I hope you will visit me and all of the other bloggers in this tribute on Friday, December 21. A special thank you to Dorothy at Crazy for Crust for organizing this tribute and to Ginger at Ginger Snap Crafts, for sharing information about this tribute on her blog.