You can’t just have dinnerware and glasses and such for the holidays, you also have to have season-appropriate serveware to hold your food! Technically, the Holt Howard stuff from Day 1 is serveware, but it got its own post. So
This may come as a shock to some of you, but before this year, I actually never gave any thought to Christmas-specific dinnerware. I have everyday dinnerware which is great for Christmas and matches my Libbey santa glasses, as seen
I loved the Holt Howard and Libbey stuff so much they got their own post, but I found many, many more cute beverageware patterns sure to bring holiday cheer to any tabletop or bar or party! These snowflake glasses are
No, I’m not done with Holt Howard yet! First, let me just start off by saying that I have no idea what this particular pattern is called. It has all the adorable whimsical elements Holt Howard is famous for, as
If you grew up in the 70s and 80s (and maybe a little outside of those decades), then you are most likely familiar with the lighted ceramic Christmas tree seen here: Not all of my families had (or used, if
So, I’m two days into this series, and still don’t have a graphic for it. Well, I do, but it keeps going wonky as a post header image, so I’m still working on it when I have a chance. Today?
I decided to do a “12 Days of (Vintage) Christmas” feature here on the blog this year, where I show off some favorite vintage holiday housewares, decor, etc. I’ll probably mostly be using embedded pins, since I don’t have a
And since I will take a victory whenever and wherever I can, I consider my weekend productive and accomplished. This may sound weird, but I spent most of it doing dishes. And enjoying my 80-degrees-in-November weather! (Seriously. Everyone I know