are some ideas that I rounded up--any of which would add a nostalgic
touch to your home for the holiday season without breaking the bank.
So look around and see what you have on hand. You may be surprised--
vintage doesn't have to be 100 years old!
You need a new cheese grater anyhow, don't you?
And you can always add the rust spots!
Source: Cornbread and Bean's Quilting
Check your attic, garage, basement, curbsides, or
Goodwill for an old worn out chair, even a rocking chair.
Source: The Blessed Hearth
Drag out that silver you never use and
DON'T even think about polishing it!
Source: Stacy Nash Primitive Designs
Primitive dough bowl and vintage ornaments
Greenery in a watering can
Source: Refreshed Designs
Cranberry Mason Jar Floating Candle
Source: Botanical Paperworks
Vintage Jewelry Christmas Tree
Old crate filled with logs and greenery
Source: Blue Roof Cabin
Vintage sled all decked out
Source: Finding Home
Source: Forever Decorating
Gather your clear vintage vessels, fill with
small Christmasy things and display as a grouping
Source: The Farm Chicks
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