Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Krinkle.

  What is a Krinkle you ask?

Well it is only the most charming decoration that this holiday has ever seen and I fell in love with them in a tiny shop on the Pacific Ocean.  
This was one of my firsts...


When I laid my eyes on this resting santa, on his very own half moon, I nearly melted to the floor.  The following moments had me reeling with joy as I noticed a store full of these little guys in all sorts of shapes and sizes.

That day, after an hour or two of choosing, I believe I left with five or so.  I continued to visit that ocean, that store, that place where my mom lived, to collect more of these tiny wonders.

 
 
Now I have enough to fill a tree!






I love this Santa, hitting the wintry slopes with his old school goggles on.  Santa is always so busy, it is nice to see him relaxing and enjoying himself.


He is a handsome fella he is...





And my dear thinking Santa.  Hard at work.  Getting ready for his big day.  


I hand carried these all the way from Arizona to Vermont but despite my efforts this one lost a little leg. I have it, hope to fix him right up.

What a dear he is...




Then one year, this happened...


and it was love in a glance.  The one and only, hands down, most amazing Santa I have seen to date.

Best. Topper. Ever.

So I am pretty sure that topper shown above is not an actual Krinkle, but I don't mind.  Actual Krinkles are delicately crafted by a one Patience Brewster.  If you google the name you are sure to find many delights...  

If I had my way I would choose this set for holiday 2011...



OK...I am new to these linky party thing-a-ma-jiggers... but they are kinda fun!

I linked today to these...















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7 comments:

  1. Such cute and unique ornaments, I did wonder what a Krinkle was! Your tree topper is fabulous.

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  2. Oh, love your ornaments! Thanks for linking up with me for our Christmas Cheer party (:

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  3. I love Krinkles!! I actually have a couple of ornaments that I place on my son's tree. I definetely love, love, love the tree topper!! New follower to your blog.

    www.ginnybrumback.blogspot.com

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  4. Too cute! So glad I found your site. I'm a new follower. Stop by and visit and follow too if you like. Warm wishes

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  5. Very beautiful your blog many congratulations for your work I leave an embrace of friendship you Thank you.magic

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