The first 10 days of ornaments are all new to our tree. Some can be purchased now in stores and online; some are vintage acquired through auctions and ebay. We will continue till Christmas Eve when we light our tree. We have already posted the first two but….just in case you missed it.
#1 can be found at any Talbot store. It looks like mercury and lends light to the tree.
#2 can be bought on FB. The page is Doodlebug Creations. Kath makes great Scottie personalized gifts.
This tiny heart of Scotties sits perfectly on the tip of a branch. Mom saw this in an Etsy shop called WeeChookieBird. She loves Etsy as a source of handmade items. #3
Mom has loved #4 for years since she saw it in one of Melane Beesun’s miniature houses. A friend told her they were sold by Christopher Banks. She has seen one on auction several times and this year was able to get it.
Vera Bradley went all Scottie this year. #5 is just one of the many Scottie items available wherever she is sold.
Mom can always find ornaments at http://www.campbellscotties.com. This Fair Trade happy little Scottie is from there. #6
#7 is vintage and was found on Etsy. It is sure to become a fave.
#8 was a gift from our friends in Belgium, Patricia Bonnel and Sir Achille. Made by Gaby Jans, it is lace like with a beautiful red Swarovski crystal bow. Love!
#9, what is not to love about a Scottie in a jacket? It can also be found at http://www.campbellscotties.com.
Dating 2007 and released by Danbury Mint, this darling one was obtained through the STLSTR auction this fall. STLSTR auction is another great source of Scottie collectibles. #10
Getting our holiday on ~ Indy and Lucy