I bought this cheap top hat at a party store years ago but I would love to have the real thing from the Victorian Era. So my New Year's hubby can really feel like a Victorian!
For some height I used my pedestal cake stand. Brought out the mirrored ball ornaments, and a small bell one, for a little glitz and shine...
a vintage foil wrapped paper bell that I stuck a small mirrored ball in so you couldn't see the brownish colored paper in there. :) And I liked it that way!
And this year, at WalMart, I found these cute black mirrored top hats to add to all the glitz, I have one on both sides of the cake stand.
They came with a small sprig of ugly black evergreen with gold berries so I took that off and just added the ribbon.
And now for the postcards. These are my latest ones that I bought at a sale last month. All with the ever popular clock theme.
I want to take this time to thank each of you for following and reading my blog, I have enjoyed getting to know you through your blogs and look forward to a new year of blog reading and inspiration, and friendship.
Wishing you a blessed New Year! Happy 2017!
Thank you to Jann over at SHARE YOUR CUP and
Kathy over at HOME AND GARDEN THURSDAY
for featuring my Vintage Christmas Ornaments and Feather tree post.
I am joining the following parties with this post...
AMAZE ME MONDAY with Cindy
LET'S TALK VINTAGE with Jill
SHARE YOUR CUP with Jann