As promised I am sharing my vintage finds that have been brought together to create some awesome, one of a kind Christmas gifts, that don’t break the bank. Shown above is a vintage silver sugar server. I just love the little silver scoop that has it’s own little place inside the server itself. To make this gift even more special I found a unique vintage handkerchief and a rhinestone scarf ring to add some bling.
Here we have some more rhinestones with this beautiful new snowflake pin attached to a vintage aluminum tray which can be used for jewelry, soaps or numerous things.
Here we have another beauty, my most favorite of them all. Another sugar server that is a little more elaborate. It has a little scoop attached to the handle with ribbon and the tear drop rhinestone vintage pin just makes it irresistible.
This fun little snowy owl was purchased at K’mart along with the ribbon that has a “chicken wire” pattern and edged in silver beads. The ribbon was formed into a bow and flattened to make a nest. The greenery and glittered leaves were added and all this rest on another vintage aluminum tray.
It thrilled me to find this vintage little girls rhinestone barrette! It is the perfect touch to the vintage Avon white hand and embroidered handkerchief. I have just the right little red head in mind for this gift!
I don’t think anyone would objected to receiving this lump of coal. These sweet praying hands are made from coal.
And last but not least for today is another one of my favorites. This vintage rhinestone pin is just simply lovely. It has layers of silver petals that are curved and shaped just perfectly. The rhinestone in the center is surrounded by smaller rhinestones. It just sparkles in the light. This sets on another vintage aluminum tray that can be used for multiple purposes.
Well, that’s about it for today. Yes, I have more! And I am even thinking I might be able to find something vintage for my grandsons? Humm, maybe more thrifting tomorrow…
So tell me, what is your favorite? Would you be delighted to receive any of these thrifty, nifty finds? Thanks for viewing this post and have a wonderful day!
Nicole @ scrap me baby says
I love that sugar server!! All those beautiful details…swoon!
I fell in love with it the minute I saw it Nicole. Then I spotted the other one and it was half the price. So the shop owner gave me both of them for the price of one.
I’ve been collecting sugar scuttles as well . . . thought I was the only one. You’ve given me some good ideas for displaying them (I have M&M’s in one of them). Unfortunately mine are not actually silver, just silver colored. Yours are beautiful!
Hi Melly, I had no idea they were sugar scuttles! I am so glad to know the proper name. I think they are really neat for so many things. I gave them as gifts to my daughter-in-laws, might have to find some for me…