Vintage Inspiration Party #164 – lots of Vintage Christmas Decor!

Welcome back to the Vintage Inspiration Party!  This is my favorite time of year to host the VIP, because there are always lots of great ideas shared for using Vintage Christmas Decor in your home (or non-Christmas vintage decor USED as Christmas decor!).  You’ll see that there’s no reason to take down your regular decor to get ready for the holidays – just “festive” it up!
Before we get started with the party, I want to invite you to join me, beginning November 20th, for my 1st ( and hopefully, annual) 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS event!  Wish me luck, because I’m challenging myself to create 12 Christmas projects, and ALL of the are DIY projects, so you can make them too!
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 Now, on to the party!

When you link up here at Vintage Inspiration Party your links will be seen on all 4 blogs!!

Let’s take a look at the features from last week’s party chosen by Betsy at  My Salvaged Treasures


You’re going to love every detail of this amazing Christmas home tour shared by Restyle Relove.  Everything looks so cozy and festive.

Lost & Found shows us how she decorated her booth for the holidays.  I love the red and blue theme and all the vintage toys.

What an incredible find shared by Minnesota Junker.  This wonderful old desk organizer was found at Junk Bonanza and it’s a perfect fit on top of her Hoosier.  I love the vintage treasures displayed in all the nooks and crannies.

Twelve 0 Eight shares a great tutorial on how to make this pretty wreath with book pages, paper, and pine cones.

Isn’t this clever?  Artsy VaVa created this whimsical snowman from an old industrial cable spool end.  She included a link to some of the other projects she made from more of these spool ends.

Who doesn’t need more storage?  My Love 2 Create shows us how she made this under the bed rolling storage container from old drawers and a fence board.  Love this thrifty project!

I think this book angel from Thrifty Rebel is adorable.  She included a step by step tutorial that looks real easy and very forgiving if you make a mistake.

Anastasia Vintage used an old flour sifter as a plant holder, then she created a cute little shelf for it to sit on.  You’ll also have to check out what she did with two old colanders.

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Link Party Guidelines
– You are welcome to share anything vintage or vintage inspired. This includes yard sale finds, repurposed and upcycled creations, family heirlooms, and even vintage or vintage inspired items you have for sale. If it’s been around awhile or just looks that way…share away!!
No food links please.
– Pin away, but please be sure to pin directly from the original source, not from my blog.
– Be sure to have a visible link to Knick of Time (text link is fine) within your post.
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  1. Thanks so much for featuring my Christmas booth display! I had fun putting it all together, and it’s a joy seeing it on your site 🙂

  2. Thanks for the party and the features!

  3. Thanks for the party. Looking forward to checking out the new link-ups.

  4. Looking forward to your new series, Angie! Thanks for hosting!

  5. Angie, Can you correct the first paragraph? Says your 12 days of Christmas starting December 20 instead of November 20th. I’m glad I don’t have to wait until December 20 … I know you are more than up to your own challenge, it will be great!! Thanks in advance!!

  6. So many pretty posts! Thank you for hosting.

  7. Hi Angie and co-hosts, thanks for the party. Lov’n all the holiday decor this week and looking forward to your 12 Days of Christmas series!

  8. Thank you SO much for the features ladies! And for hosting too, have a fabulous day 🙂

    xoxo, Tanya

  9. Thanks so much for the feature, Angie! I’m excited for your 12 Days of Christmas event!

    Stacy @ Anastasia Vintage

  10. Wonderful features! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

  11. Thank you so much for featuring my snowman!

  12. Hi! I just found your gorgeous blog via Pinterest and I love everything about it! I’ve become a follower and signed up for your e-mails. I create vintage paper art at ….would love for you to visit. I’m so inspired by your wonderful projects! Thank you!

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