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Thursday, October 28, 2010

**ChiPPy!-SHaBBy! ViNtaGe HALLOWEEN**

***ViNtaGe Halloween***  Here are a few clips of my VINTAGE HALLOWEEN VIGNETTES over the past few years...  I've  linked up with Joan, of "Anything Goes Here" - for her ViNtaGe Halloween Blog PaRty!*!*!  Come join in the fun!*!*!

 The Mirror is one of my favorites ~ Just FaB Silver-Loss PaTinA!*!*!



The Gurley Candle Company produced many a "Seasonal  Holiday Candle"...  I only collect Vintage Halloween candles... All of mine have the original cardboard label on the bottom with price sticker...




Next year I'm anxious to display the candles in a metal industrial box turned sideways...  I think I have just the perfect one!*!*! 


 ViNtaGe Crepe Paper Napkin...  Great Graphics!!!




ViNtaGe Baby Ruth Candy Boxes...
Metal Bell Ringer with Cat/Pumpkin Graphics
Folk-Art Paper Mache Ghost...


These older "Witch Fortune Telling Cards" add a bit of whimsy...


Another vintage crepe paper napkin of sort.. It really dresses up the black tray!!!



A FaVoRite of mine ~ 
Very Old Vintage Glass Jack-O-Lantern...
The PaTiNa couldn't get any better!*!*!



Vintage Concrete Owl peeking-out of a large black antique lantern...
Soooooo "Fall/Halloween"...

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18 comments:

  1. The vintage candles are splendid. I have never seen any before. Where have you managed to find such a large collection? Have a lovely weekend. ♥O

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  2. I love your Halloween collectibles and your fabulous vignettes. I am drooling.

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  3. I just knew you would have some wonderful Halloween decorations, and you didn't disappoint! You've got a really great Gurley collection. I hope to add to my meager collection. My favorite thing here is the Baby Ruth candy boxes. I love quirky things like that in a display!
    Happy Halloween!
    Carol

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  4. Jeanine, I just adore all your vintage Halloween. It really reminds me of my early childhood, You have great displays and I always love how you put thing together!
    xo,
    Debra

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  5. Love the glass jack o lantern. Thank you so much for joining the party! Joan@anythinggoeshere

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  6. Oh I'm lovin' all your Halloween goodies. I don't know what it is about the vintage look but I just love it. You have some great things put together. It looks wonderful. It is fun seeing everyone's collection...gives me ideas! I sure enjoyed looking at your blog too!
    Blessings,
    Debbie

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  7. You have some amazing things! My favorite is the lantern.

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  8. I just love all of your vintage goodies, specially the fortune cards, fantastic!!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Michele

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  9. LOVE all your Halloween treasures! I'm really fond of old advertising and fell in love with the Babe Ruth candy box! I just found an old vintage "Butter Finger" Halloween candy box at my store! It was love at first sight! I forgot to put it in my Halloween post though.

    Take care, Sue

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  10. I'm coveting all your Halloween goodies. Your displays are just divine. Happy Halloween!

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  11. Love all your Halloween vintage, but that last photo is SO fall perfect!

    Andrea

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  12. LOVE your Halloween. Wonderful Gurley candle collection - you have some I've never seen before!

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  13. what a wondeful collection...just wonderful! i love the glass jack o' lantern, too; and the owl and lantern...and everything:)

    mary

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  14. Love all your vintage Halloween. I did Halloween all month long on my blog...come by and see.

    www.modvintagelife.com

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  15. REally love the vintage Halloween...I have some of those candles, love the display ideas!
    Love
    Hollie

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  16. Love it all. So grubby and vintage. Squeal!! I had the large middle candle with the witch and the cauldron growing up. Awesome. Linking this post to my fb page. Thanks for sharing =)))

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  17. Hello,
    Do you know the production year on your gypsy witch fortune telling playing cards? I have an older set as well, that I am thinking are from the 1970's but there is no actual date.

    Thanks!!
    April

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    1. Sorry APRIL - I don't know the date...
      Jeanine, ChiPPy!-SHaBBy!

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