edited... I wanted to be sure to add this so you didn't miss out if you are interested. super deal!
Hope you are all off to a great start to your week. We woke up to another sunny day here. The weather has been so fantastic we are just thankful for every mild day like this. Totally unseasonably warm for Nov in NE for sure. Thanksgiving Day was so warm I had to keep reminding myself it was Thanksgiving. Oh.. dont worry, I'm sure before long you'll be hearing a different story from me:) The snow and cold will only stay away so long. lol
I did work this weekend on getting some of the Christmas decorations out. I always love having a few new things to put up, so I was excited to get my “Classic Vintage Christmas Kit”
from Vintage Street Market in the mail the other day. I made this new swag with the bingo cards and other goodies in the kit. Authentic Vintage stuff!
You can see the kits HERE
I love everything in this kit. I'll be sharing more projects I made with this kit soon. Watch the Vintage Street Market blog for ideas from the rest of the DT using this kit too.
I thought I'd show you my transom window project I was telling you about. I found this at the flea Market in Nebraska City with my sis this Summer. I had a plan in mind, but ended up putting it in a different place in the house. I wasn't sure what it was called but Dan said.. "That a transom window". I guess they used to be a window that was usually above the large door coming into a business. they will have a pole next to the door that would be used to open and shut the transom window to let air in. The window would have a latch so it could be propped open.
|Noun||1.||transom window - a window above a door that is usually hinged to a horizontal crosspiece over the door |
- a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air
Well anyway, here is what I had in mind. I waned to add vintage family photos to the panes of glass. I decided to hang it in the back hallway of the kitchen, coming in to the back door.
(below) my mom and dad :)
Thanks for coming by.