There’s something about the Christmas designs of past decades that makes most of us feel all nostalgc, even if we never actually experienced a mid-century Christmas. Here are some sweet ways to bring that old-fashioned charm to your home this Christmas.
Debbee Thibault Gift Giving Santa, $195: This Victorian-inspired Santa looks like a flea market find.
My Reindeer Photo Album, $38: Corral Christmas memories in this sweet, linen-bound album.
Vintage Caroler Candles, $14.95/3: You can almost hear the Christmas music coming from these sweet little faces!
Auld Lang Santa Bottles, $29/4: Red and green glass bottles adorned with vintage artwork.
Vintage Santa Treat Boxes, $11/2: A sweet way to deliver sweets.
Santa Sign, $20: A Victorian Santa offers a warm welcome.
Peppermint Frost Ceramic Dessert Plates, $24/4: Cheerful diner-themed plates are a colorful way to serve up some holiday sweets.
Barclay Metal Figurines, $16.95 and up: These vintage metal figurines were very popular back in the 1940s, and these are exact reproductions except they are solid, which makes them sturdier.
Classic Toy Stuffers, $34: Add some nostalgia to your stockings with these old-fashioned playthings.
Santa’s Sleigh Balance Toy, $85: An old-fashioned toy that still delights kids today, this amazing balance toy will elicit oohs and aahhs from even the most jaded little techie.
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