The second in my three-part series about how I use the vintage and not so vintage goodies I find in my Christmas décor. Today I’m going to show you a junky little tabletop Christmas tree that I have in my office. Everything from the tree to the decorations all came from a thrift store. So let’s see how it turns out.
Now a little tour around the tree.
A package of 6 Wal-Mart Mainstay jar lids worked out great as ornaments.
This jar top was already pierced when I found it at Goodwill.
I bought a whole bag of plastic cookie cutters.
The bag had red, white, and green cookie cutters in it.
My Dad had this car when I was a little girl. It is a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupé. He really loved that car.
Do you remember the cookie press? I found one at the thrift store with about 12 disks.
My Mom had a cookie press and both of these disks make beautiful coolies.
The same day I found all the plastic cookie cutters I also found bag full of aluminum cookie cutters.
A lot of them had red handles like Santa.
I love keys and couldn’t believe it when I found this one at my favorite junky thrift store.
Of five large red bells I found while thrifting I used three on the tree and the other two on a pair of children’s ice skates that help decorate my Vintage Ladder Christmas Tree in the family room.
Boy was I surprised to pick up a bag with three globe key chains at Goodwill. You know how I love globes of any kind.
I’m sure this little cow is part of a set but she stood alone at the thrift store.
I could have decorated a whole tree with the large bag of old school Christmas light bulbs I found but using restraint I placed only two on the tree.
A junky Christmas tree isn’t complete without a jello mold or two
and a star cookie cutter tops off the tree.
I hope you enjoyed my tour around a little junky Christmas tree.
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