Wednesday, October 6, 2010


This is my first post for REDNESDAY on Sue Loves Cherries blog.

When I started selling vintage magazines and craft books, I was (and still am) amazed at the response! Especially holiday issues. One thing is for sure, they don't make them like they used to!! They are full of great information and much "heavier" than magazines of today.

This is a classic from Reader's Digest. Full of patterns which is a big draw of the vintage magazines. Learn how to make a mistletoe ball, how to buy and care for your Christmas trees, ornaments, wreaths, stockings and much more. More information can be found on my etsy site Vintage Tinsel

A big thank you to Sue Loves Cherries for making it "A Very Cherry World!"


  1. I love vintage magazines and books. You are so right about the quality of vintage verses new stuff. Cute cover on the one you showed.

  2. I love Christmas books and magazines about decorating!! I have the whole series of the" Spirit of Christmas " books!!

    Debbie @ A Debbie-Dabble Christmas

  3. So true! Great stuff in those vintage Christmas craft magazines!

  4. My kids and I love all things vintage! They're fun, cute, creative, and often practical ways to save money as well. They can even lead to fun ways of making extra money at home with a work at home craft job. Very nice!! Loved your red cover for Rednesday!

  5. I also collect vintage magazine and christmas decorating books. I love all things Christmas vintage.