Bring a Torch Jeanette, Isabella (Please!)

The only redeeming thing about the following items is that they are all flammable, for the most part.  Now, will someone please burn them?  I think the owners of these were afraid of sending the wrong message to the gods, so kept them pristine.

This first item would scare even the cat.  Green sequin eyes just give me the heebie jeebies.  Ick.  I really do think it is a mouse, but the photo makes it hard to tell, heck it was hard to tell in person:
At least there were two of these candles.  They will provide twice as much light when set on fire.  (soon, please)

Looks like something sort of pink spit all over them.  Glad they have that holiday holly, or we just might not notice they are festive.

The following grouping is an ubiquitous holiday sight, but usually they are vintage, so in our book, they have an excuse.

These are made in China, so new as can be.  No really, they didn’t need to be reproduced!  We haven’t burned all the vintage ones yet.

OK, I admit the next item can’t be burned, but maybe if you tried really hard?

They needed a candle for the table, but were afraid of fire?  At least two people were culpable in this one;  the pattern maker and the pattern user!

We were fighting over who got to add this last item, as we laughed for several minutes over this one.  Deb christened it Peace through Macrame [Deb:  just hold your cursor over our pictures and there is another level of sarcasm, usually].  Guess that just about sums it up.  We didn’t have a category for wreaths, so I decided to add it to mine.

I just don’t even know where to start.  Giant jingle bells, big beads, lots of rope?  I suppose there isn’t much else you could have done with all that, but make this.  Well, you could have just left it in the box, as an unfinished project.  More Holiday Horrors to follow!

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One Response to Bring a Torch Jeanette, Isabella (Please!)

  1. Matt says:

    I want those Choir candles!

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