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December 13, 2010

Christmas is Getting Closer!

Hi,

Well, I have been very busy getting more Christmas projects to you. The list is growing by leaps and bounds. Before going into what is new, here are a few things you will want to check out, too!

If you haven't been over to vintageimagecrafts.com lately, you should. They have all kinds of wonderful crafts to make. Two that caught my eye recently were the Vintage Tag Christmas cards and the Christmas chenille dolls. Be sure to check it out!

If you are in the San Fancisco Bay area, be sure to check out The Great Dickens Christmas Fair returning to the San Francisco Cow Palace Exhibition Halls for four weekends in 2010, including the Friday after Thanksgiving, from Friday, November 26 through Sunday, December 19, from 11am 'til 7pm. You still have time to visit. It sounds like a lot of fun!

Betty (a VEAC subscriber) wrote to me about it. She's one of the performers and has taken the time to teach embroidery to the 10 and 11-year-olds who are acting with her! Don't you think that is fantastic?

OK... here's some of the new items you now can find at Victorian Embroidery and Crafts:

An Easy Victorian Gift (1899 hair receiver)

Home-Made Gifts (1885)

  • The Pitcher Pincushion
  • A Round Silk Bag
  • Racquet Case
  • Fan Wall Pocket
  • Tobacco Pouch
  • Ticking Work-Bag
  • Smoking Cap
  • Emery Cushion
  • Cabinet Photograph Case
  • Fancy Baskets
  • Hanging Pamphlet Case
  • Party Bags
Holiday Suggestions for 1895
  • Easel Frame for a Cabinet Picture
  • Large and Handsome Pin Cushion
  • Bags
    • Bag for Desk
    • Bag for Newspaper Clippings
  • Scissor Protectors
  • A Number of Doilies
  • Silk Lamp Shade
  • Ball of Twine Cover
  • For Brothers or College Student
Homemade Christmas Gifts for 1895
  • Hand Painted China
  • Folding Wastepaper Basket
  • A Traveling Work-Basket
  • Sewing Convenience
  • A Stud and Ring Box
  • A Photograph in Gilt Framework
  • Table Centerpiece
  • A Chafing Dish Book
Christmas Suggestions for 1885
  • Perfumed Powder Bags
  • Fancy-Work Bag
  • Mantel Clock
  • A Housewife
  • A Tribe of Monkeys
  • Ornamental and Useful Fan
  • Large Pillows
  • Large Beautifully Ornamented Jar
Popular 1884 Christmas Gifts
  • Quaint Work Basket
  • Laundry Bag
  • An Attractive Paper Rack
  • Dainty Cabinet or Book Shelf
  • A Pretty Umbrella Holder
  • Two Pen-wipers
1898 Popular Doilies

1899 Christmas Gift for a Lady

Victorian Doll Furniture

1899 Christmas Gifts Easily Made

1868 Victorian Christmas Gift to Make

More Christmas clipart

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That's it for this newsletter. You can expect another email from me very soon with more new and free Victorian content.


Until next time....

With warmest regards,

Mary

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