Rustic Christmas Basket

July 23, 2012
I was looking for a vignette container for a rustic Christmas display and spied the black wood basket from my post last week.

The basket holds a vintage red tray, a pencil tree, snowflake wreath, vintage Brownie camera, vintage red thermos, vintage Buster Brown stockings, twine balls, deer sheds and small lodge fabric pillows.

I'm so glad I found the camera a few weeks ago for $1.50! It's a perfect vignette completer! Merry Christmas in July!

The Thrifty Groove
Thanks for reading my blog, Carlene

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  1. I love all the vintage red items you filled your basket with, but what I really love is that old Saltine tin teasing us in the background! My mother had the very same tin.

  2. I'm impressed that you could put your hands on that many Christmas items at this time of the year.

    Love the name of your blog!
    - The Tablescaper

  3. Wow...this is a great vignette! I love how it is winter/Christmas! I have a wood carrier that I think I will paint and try to make a vignette in. :) Linda

  4. Love it! Two of my favorite things. Cameras and thermos's. Can't believe you got that beauty for $1.50. You did good girl! Love how you pulled it all together.

  5. I love all the vintage thingys in your basket! Love the camera and what a buy! Over from Cowgirl Up and your newest follower. Please come visit when you have time :)

  6. As always, another delightful and creative post!! Love everything you used!!

  7. I love the box...and it looks so fun and festive with its Christmas-y items! I used to have one of those cameras! lol Thanks so much for joining us at Christmas in July!...hugs...Debbie

  8. Your Christmas vignette looks wonderful! I love the box and all the fun items in it. Thank you for sharing this with us last week at TTF. I hope you are having a terrific week!


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