Vintage Christmas Trends

I'm always dreaming of a vintage Christmas!

Christmas is just a few short days away and I have to tell you that this year I have been so inspired by so many of the vintage trends that I’ve seen. As a Flea Market Fanatic and Thrift Store Junkie it’s a little slice of heaven for me.

Take a stroll down memory lane with me as I share the top 12 vintage Christmas trends that have me swooning!

1. Vintage Blue Mason Jars

I just love these vintage Ball mason jars filled with christmas ornaments and mini flocked trees.

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2. Mercury Glass Baubles

Shimmering vintage mercury glass baubles are an elegant way to bring a little touch of style and class home for the holidays.

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3. Vintage Inspired Bottle Brush Trees

Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree...these little guys are all the rage this season and are absolutely adorable. Enough said.

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4. Flocked Christmas Tree

What the flock?

A flocked Christmas tree is the perfect accoutrement to a vintage ornament collection.

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5. Vintage Toy Trucks

Such a clever way to incorporate a vintage toy collection.

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6. Vintage Ice Skates

This idea works even if you have only one skate! Rustic charm galore.

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7. Vintage Skis

Use red milk paint on a pair of vintage skis to recreate this look.

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8. Red Vintage Lanterns

We are huge collectors of vintage Coleman lanterns! They are the perfect red tone to use as Christmas decor.

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9. Vintage Silver Tray

I am a huge fan of vintage and hotel silver - I love the idea of adding the 'Joyeux Noel' to it for some French Christmas charme.

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10. Vintage Glass Ornaments

They just don't make them like they used to - I love the addition of vintage baubles to this mini ornament tree.

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11. Vintage Christmas Cards

A 1950's Hallmark card - they truly did care enough to send the very best then.

(Plus, I sooo want to be her!)

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12. Vintage Map Ornaments

I love the idea of crafting your own tree ornaments out of vintage maps - especially if you have a passion for travel.

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I really hope that you enjoyed this walk down memory lane with me! Thanks for stopping by today - if you are new here I would love to see you back again!

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Wishing you and yours a very Merry Kitschmas!

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