One of the dealers at the mall had a lot of vintage Christmas stuff for very, very cheap. Way cheaper than I would have priced it at, but since I was on the buying end of the transaction, I wasn't complaining.
I scanned it for you so you could use it for crafts, if you like. Or for playing on the piano if you are one of those talented type of people.
I also made a naked Rudolph png file for you (no background).
While I'm turning my home into a winter wonderland this week (a.k.a. the attack of the blow molds), my plan is to show you some posts of different rooms of my house prior to Christmas decorating. I've never done a "home tour" type of post, so I thought now might be a good time BEFORE I change it all up for the Christmas decor. Besides, I will have photographic evidence of what my house looked like before decorating, so that I can remember how to put it back together afterward. Now that's using my noggin, isn't it!
FYI - I tried the Paula Deen corn recipe for Thanksgiving and it was delicious. I may have found my new favorite corn casserole. I was afraid it was going to be too cornbready, because it had so much Jiffy corn mix in it, but it was actually quite yummy.
Linking with Mop It Up Monday, Thriftasaurus Thrift Haul and Nifty Thrifty Tuesday.