Continuing along, here is wreath #3 for the Country Living Fair and it is called Cotton Christmas for the darling cotton Santa who is in residence on the right side of the wreath.
I actually bought him this past summer at the Golden Glow Convention in Asheville, NC. What I do not know is if he was made in Japan or if he was handmade by somebody stateside for their own Christmas decor. I suspect it was the second scenario. At any rate, his body is all cotton (it’s sort of flat), and he has a cool sparkly belt and a wonderful decorated candy cane. His face is a scrap featuring a very jolly looking Santa. I simply could not resist bringing him home with me. Here he is nestled among a few of the other treasures I bought:
Cotton Christmas has some other very cool things. The top, for example. I used a foil reflector with a special Poland indent on it (kind of like the sun, I think) and then placed 3 teardrop-shaped ornies directly to the right which give a real sense of movement. Directly under the green teardrop is a fabulous old corsage. That all then segues into a Shiny Brite top and a poppy green P_E_A_C_E ball (I really sweated which letters would show – such a drag you can’t see the whole thing). Take a peek below to see it all close up.
Moving on around the wreath you will find plenty of great ornaments: Polands and Shiny Brites galore; a Jewelbrite diorama on the bottom left, right underneath a poinsettia ball; and a pretty green and silver topper slashing its way across the middle. The whole is accented with some vintage curly gold garland and finished off with red beaded garland.
Here are a few more pictures so you can see close-up.
For me, this guy spells Christmas in a big way. I hope you love him, too.
Have a great night, everyone!
2 thoughts on “Cotton Christmas”
Was Santa flattened by the Christmas rush?
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Actually I believe he got run over by a reindeer. Coming home from our house Christmas Eve.😜