Sunday, November 29, 2009

Vintage Christmas Monday

Hi everyone!
Joan at Anything Goes Here is hosting Vintage Christmas Monday and I am so excited to be participating! I decided to post mine tonight since I will be going out of town in the morning.

I am slowly building up my collection of vintage Christmas item. I'm just going to go ahead and start with my favorite vintage item, my mother's old glass rolling pin. Of course, it didn't start out a "Christmas" item, but my mom made it part of our Christmas tradition. She would get it our every year and decorate it with Christmas greenery and cute Christmas candies, ornaments, etc. I was so pleased (ok, so I cried like a baby) when she gave it to me. It just brings back such wonderful Christmas memories from when I was a kid.

I'm kind of lacking on the decorations around it right now since I had to start from scratch. It just needs something else.....Maybe I'll look around tomorrow for something to jazz it up. Any suggestions?


C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hello Carrie... what precious memories your mama's rolling pin must hold! Bisous... Julie Marie

KarenSue said...

What a great treasure! You can do so much with this and it has wonderful meaning.

Judi said...

What a clever item to use for Christmas ~ After all, baking is a huge part of the holiday ~ so nice. Thanks for sharing. Judi

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

Rolling pins were a very important part of Christmas..what a lovely way to honor a family treasure. Happy Vintage Christmas Monday. xo Joan

~~Carol~~ said...

I have two of those glass rolling pins packed away, and I think I will drag at least one of them out and do this! I love this idea, and I'm so happy for you that your Mom gave you hers, because I can tell that it means the world to you!
Happy VCM!

Blondie's Journal said...

You have some very sweet memories and how lucky you are to have the rolling pin now! I would follow her lead and dress it up with greenery and candies!!


Jules of Whimsicalnotions blog said...

thats so sweet i have a glass rolling pin too and i may have to try that,