Here is a basket with my vintage glass ornaments that are blue.My kissy-face blue angel is made out of 2 satin balls attached to each other. She has a little vest outlined in gold, a gold bead necklace and gold sequins for buttons. Her wings are a little beat up, but this is her 40th Christmas, so I think we're doing pretty good. If you visited on Pink Saturday you've already seen my sister's pink angel, but you won't be seeing her green felt Santa that was a gift when I received this blue one from our aunt, the year after the angels.These ornaments are not that old, except for Smurf, of course. He was one of the first gifts my sister purchased for me herself, and it's a great reminder of that era of my childhood. I can still whistle the Smurf theme! The other two are a dunkin Donuts munchkin box and a teacher ornament I received as a gift. I like it because it is Christmasy with the Santa mouse, but schoolish because of the map, since I teach geography. On the back is the name of the child who gave it to me and the year. If a child has their name on their gift, I keep it, no matter how weird it may be. I have magnets, mugs, pottery, all of which I've found a place for because some child picked it out or made it him/herself and signed it.
To see more blue items, visit Smiling Sally to see the list of everyone participating this week.