Back in August, my husband scooped up these 1950s plywood Christmas figurines at a local estate sale.
He wasn't sure where we were going to display them, he just knew that at $25 for the entire set, they needed to be rescued.
On Saturday, Chris put on his thinking cap and found unique ways to display them around our house.
Secured with hooks and fishing line, the deer are flying over our front porch flower boxes.
With cathedral ceilings in the living room, we got creative with the rest of our fragile pieces. The choir boys and wreath are around our entertainment center.
The brittle sleigh is above our stairwell. The snowflakes are suspended with fishing line and more ceiling hooks. You might recognize this as the same place that our Halloween witch resides in October.
Yes. Our house has turned into a department store holiday display!