After all the hard work of the holidays – the decorating, the shopping, the wrapping, the shipping, the traveling, the cooking/baking, the eating, the cleaning, the sugar comas, the opposite of sugar comas: the sugar rushes, the anxiety, the occasional
By now, we’ve seen a lot of different party accoutrements, heard some festive music, and even seen a few trees. But what about what goes under those trees? The things all the good boys and girls have wished for, and
One of the most iconic vintage Christmas/yule items, to me, is the aluminum, or tinsel, tree. Some of them turn, and some of them came with a color wheel so you could change the color of your silver tree as
Maybe you don’t celebrate Christmas. Or maybe you just want a different festive look for your New Year’s Eve gatherings, or prefer something not so theme-y, something that definitely works for the winter holidays, but for other festivities as well?
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
The theme over at Dolly’s for the entire month of December is Christmas/Holiday, alternating with freebie (song of choice). This will be my final holiday entry for Monday’s Music Moves Me, and as it is a vintage Christmas tune, I’m