1. November 30, 2015
    Virginia Fynes

    They are so beautiful Tara, and I’m sure your think of your grandma every year when you hang them!

  2. December 7, 2015

    I love this. My nan was a “maker” too and I always share photos of something she made on her birthday each year. She passed that onto my mum then I guess in turn it came to me!
    When my mum passed away my brother and I shared out the Christmas ornaments that we had enjoyed putting on the tree as children, it’s happy/sad to put them up. Some of them have stories about where they came from which is lovely to remember. I love things with a bit of history and meaning to them.

  3. December 10, 2015

    Hi Tara, when I saw your link party link that said “My Grandmother’s Ornaments’ I knew I just had to visit. 30 years after her death, my Grandma influences me almost daily and I cherish every little remnant of her. In fact, several of my blog posts, including my most recent, refer to my grandma and how I am still so linked to her. We are truly blessed to have Grandmas that so loved us and whom we so loved.
    And…that little red bulb with the white silhouette of the Christmas tree and reindeer? I had that one too, still have a very similar one! I found a little tree several years back that is a little funky, hence the name we all it…”Funky Little Christmas Tree” It’s only 2 feet tall and I hang all my vintage ornaments on it on a chest in my foyer. I love my funky little tree!
    Anyway, thanks for making me smile today!

  4. December 14, 2015

    This brings tears to my eyes and I know exatly what you mean, my grandma passed away 2 years ago and I still think of her everyday when I see the “fancy” glasses I got from her and grandpa. They saved them for special occasions but I use them everyday, they make me feel like they are around! Love those ornaments and so happy that I found your blog!

  5. November 25, 2016

    My mom gave me the ornmanents that we had on our tree growing up, I guess they are considered vintage now 🙂 But I love looking at them as they remind me of the hours I spent laying under the tree looking up at the lights and the shiny ornaments hanging on the tree.


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