Love the sheep. I collect various types and use them in my bedroom to decorate this time of year. Add me to your list of participants this week.http://applejacklane.blogspot.com/2009/12/vintage-christmas-monday.html
Love the sheep, my maiden name is shepherd and it always reminds me of the Shepherd watching over his flock, each and everyone. I bought some for the shop this year...and seems no one is buying them and they are really wonderful.Hey, I can always keep them myself!Thanks for sharing and I will post my shopkeepers vintage Christmas a little bit later, it's ready to go!
Love those precious sheep! I have to say that the only sheep I have are in the nativity scene. Hmmmm perhaps something to buy:) Have a blessed day and thanks for sharing!
Hi Joan, I love your little chalk sheep, they are precious! I would keep them out all year too... and your gable piece from 1892, what a priceless treasure! Happy Vintage Christmas Monday, and thanks for hosting this! Bisous... Julie Marie
I love looking at all the old...uh, I mean vintage...things being posted by your readers. My post for this week might not count as "vintage". I'll let you be the judge!! Merry Christmas!!!http://wiseoldowl-deb.blogspot.com/2009/12/kris-kringleand-jessica-mary-claus.html
Your little flock of sheep are darling. Looking forward to seeing everyones Christmas treasures on Monday. All the best, Lori
Oh, I love your sheep. They are stunning. Such a beautiful architectural piece too. Happy Holidays. Hugs, Marty
What lovely vintage sheep ... I'd keep them out all year long too. TTFN ~MarydonVisit/join our new blog ~ blushingrosetoo.blogspot.comOur 6 GIVEAWAYS ends Dec. 8th
Now there is a GREAT idea! I love chalkware and how clever of you to collect the sheep ... I just have mine from my Nativity, but see many loose pieces often. I'll be looking at them with new eyes in the future! Thanks for everything Joan! Judi
I love your vintage sheep. They are so perfect for the Christmas Season!
oooh those sheep are just wonderful!!! i also love those vintage department store gift boxes you posted yesterday! thanks again for hosting this awesome party!
I just found you through Suzy at Georgia Peachez. I made a trellis tree that I posted about today. It's of vintage images I copied off the internet though and not something from my family or anything. I love your blog, by the way and I'll be back to visit!Brenda
Aww, your sheep are so sweet. We used to have sheep when I was little. I love that you keep them out all year. I say if it makes you smile surround yourself with it.*hugs*deb
What a interesting collection of sheep! I love the look of the chalkware/plaster. They really make a statement on your mantel. I'm not posted for VCM just yet but hope to be later tonight.Jane
What a nice idea to keep something that is lovely out all year long - and not just during the holidays.Your mantle piece is really a treasure - don't you wonder what went on in the house it came from?Happy VTM,Jo
Those are awesome, what a wonderful treasure to have! Please add me on to the party! Thanks, Cindyhttp://applestonecottage.blogspot.com
Joan~These sheep are so sweet! This post is a loaded seed of inspiration to me! I swear I'll share pictures of the harvest when it comes in...:+)xoxoxoFranny
http://wwwpeggysamusement.blogspot.com/2009/12/my-santa-with-teddy-gift-from-mamma-fyi.htmlThank you for setting up the party!!!
Oh Joan, these litlle sheep have the sweetest faces. I just love them. Have a great day...julie
The sheep are wonderful and so unique. Love them.Sue
I love those bucolic little guys! Can we see a photo of your whole mantle? I also checked out your last couple of posts and love your snowmen and the heart ornament. Yes, I have trouble throwing things away! I have a feeling you must be very organized because you can actually find the things you save to make beautiful projects with them!Hugs,Dawn
I have a few little chalkware sheep that I put out at Easter! I just did a post tonight on Christmas and would love to join the party if it is not too late. I will promptly change the title of the post to include VCM and add the appropriate links and info to the top of the post, as well as the cute little VCM red door button if you give the ok.:)Heidihttp://dreamsintertwined.blogspot.com
I adore those sheep!I LOVE sheep!Such charater in your pieces.Mine is up too:http://lbratina.blogspot.com/2009/12/vintage-christmas-monday-parade.html
Hi Joan,I hope to not be the last again who has her Vintage Christmas Monday post up and running!I really enjoy this so much, although last time it took me the whole week until I saw all participants posts lolYour chalk plaster sheeps are beautiful, I just have such a thing for sheeps.Wishing you a happy Monday and a fabulous week!Carola
These sheep are too cute! Thanks for hosting this party...I love browsing the list.
love the sheep and love this idea for vintage christmas! i would love to be included.here's my link:http://thelazypeacock.blogspot.com/2009/12/vintage-christmas.htmlblog:http://thelazypeacock.blogspot.comthanks so much!!!
Hi Joan,What precious little sheep. I can see why they are apart of your everday decore.I love Vintage Monday and all the wonderful treasure everyone has to share. Thank you for hosting this fun event.Hugs,Karen
Good morning Joan! I love this...just posted my vintage quilt. I love your sheep. I've never seen anything like that, but I love it. this is so fun. thank you so much for hostessing this party!Blessings,Debbie
What sweet looking sheep, they are perfect for this time of year too.Merry Christmas...
Joan, I am begging for more photos of your darling flock! They look so precious there. Thanks again for a great party!Debra
The sheep are precious. I would've never thought to put together a group of one animal from nativity scenes. What a great idea. I loved joining your Vintage Christmas Monday. I'm pretty new to blogging, and it's the first time I've participated in one of these things. It's so fun. Thank you for putting it together.Blessings,Marcia
I have missed my daily visits to you Joan! I have some catching up to do.Your Pal,Linda
what a fun idea to show everyone's vintage christmas items! i just listed a bunch of vintage santas the last few days. have a look at : www.octoberfarm.blogspot.com and click on christmas decorating 2009i will have a giveaway on my blog starting tomorrow and there is a giveaway of mine on the 31 days of yule button on my sidebar which will be listed at 9:00 tonight est if you are interested!
Hello, I have joined your vintage Monday blog party.I so enjoy seeing all the wonderful things people collect and look forward to Mondays.judy jhttp://hardincountykeepsakes.blogspot.com/
I'm in!Love your lamby lambs so much! xoxoxPam
Oddly enough I found you through a reader who commented on my "color of vintage" post today. I'm so glad that she did! Please, please sign me up. I'd love to participate. Thanks so much for coordinating it!Blessings.. Polly
joan - your party is such a success:) so many pretty things and warm memories...and i just love the chalk sheep!!! i'd enjoy them year round, too, if they were mine.mary
Geez Joan, I'm an idiot because I forgot to comment on YOUR VCM post! Love your sheep, and you seem to collect the most interesting things! That architectural piece above them is pretty fantastic too. Thanks for hostessing VCM!Carol
Glad I found you tonight and looking forward to being a new follower.Happy HolildaysMaggie
Your sheep are adorable. I love vintage plaster pieces. The patina of the years make them all the more special to me. ~ Sarah
Thanks for hosting, Joan...I loved it and thanks for inviting all of us to go along! I enjoyed it!xoxojoni
Good morning Joan~Your sheep are very sweet, they look so peaceful! I'm enjoying VCM, it's a hit! ... just seems I'm always the last straggler making rounds ; )Enjoy the day!xoJill
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