Remember those Pew candle holders. I've inserted them into a pot for some front door warmth. I love old toys, and I have an old sled and wagon on one side of the door, and a a pogo stick, scooter, croquet set, and old skates on the other side.
I keep some of this out all year
Inside, I have Junky wreaths on both sides of the door. The one you see above is my version of Ki's from this months Country Home. It's an old well pulley that's been jazzed up for the holidays. I also hung one of the bells I got at Jodi's sale.
Below the wreath is made from an old carriage wheel. I've added greenery, and ornaments, an old door plate and knob, and an old key, and it is hung by an old horse bridle. Also adapted from one of Ki's and Joy's projects from the past. I have several wheel wreaths available in my store.
A wire ornament tree filled with vintage ornaments. My hutch is behind it. I change my hutch a lot, depending on the season.
A simple gold frame with a single vintage ornament hanging from it. Behind that a collection of old wooden golden frames and of course, Clocks.
See the "snowflake" architectural piece hanging there in the window. I just love this piece. It's one of those pieces I will probably never part with, and it's perfect for the holidays.
Well that is part 1 of my home tour. I don't have my tree up yet, and there is still a lot to do, but I've had fun putting these few projects together.