Sunday, November 28, 2010

Christmas Carols

Hi friends!
Today we are sharing a vintage songbook from our collection.



The illustrations are so sweet and brings back fond childhood memories.



Feel free to enlarge these images and print them up if you wish.
It would be fun to share it with your little ones.



We hope you are enjoying Sugar Kissed Christmas and I want
to remind you of the giveaway.  Just leave a comment on this post.
It ends Dec. 1st.



Wishing you all a blessed Sunday.



Twyla and Lindsey





24 comments:

PinkGranny said...

What a lovely post. The songbook certainly does evoke memories of my childhood! Thank you for sharing.

Lee said...

I get such inspiration from y'all!

Nieves said...

Lovely post today and very nice your new Christmas blog design. I wish you both a lovely Sunday!

Lorlore said...

We "Gold Country Girls" looooovvvvvvvveeeeee vintage Christmas music!!! Great idea to share some!! Loving your sugar kissed christmas things!! Love your blog!! Keep sharing, I so enjoy it!!! Would love to win your giveaway!!

NanE said...

Oh my gosh Twyla and Lindsey, this is amazing! I love it. Thank you for always sharing such great images. Have a wonderful week, Nan

Andrea said...

Hi there, I love the song book! they are so hard to find, thankyou for sharing it, Have a lovely Sunday, we have lots of snow here!
Andrea x

Creative Breathing said...

Such sweet graphics! The wreath! OMG! It is wonderful! Thanks for always sharing the best ideas! E

Sandy said...

How perfect these images are for tags and such! Thank you for sharing these! I am so excited about the afghan giveaway, I have my fingers and toes crossed! :):) Have a great week! Sandy

Samantha said...

Thank you for these sweet images! Can you believe I actually have the same little songbook with a different cover?! I tried to scan mine, but it looks terrible. I really appreciate you sharing this...it's so cute! :)

Suzann said...

Love the vintage Christmas music!!
I look forward to reading your blog you both are so talented!!!
Suzann

Sally Annie Magundy said...

I love this, how charming is Santa's face?! Thank you so much for sharing your treasure with us.

Happy Sunday!

Sherry from Alabama said...

Your songbook reminds me of one that my Daddy bought me when I was a young girl and learning to play the piano. I still play out of it today! That 29 cent book has given me many years of pleasure. I'm enjoying your Sugar-Kissed Christmas so much. Keep it coming!

Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

Penny said...

I loved your song book. The vintage art is so cute, who could not fall deeply in love with it.

Thank you for sharing with us.


Hugs,
Penny

Maaike said...

Hi there crazy crafters! Thank you for following creJJtion, a real honour to me; you have a great blog and such a lovely Christmas-header!
enjoy your week,
love Maaike

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Thank you so much! I put my Christmas music books on my piano today....I love them displayed for the holidays! And I need to practice the piano now! heehee! Hugs! ♥

agravette said...

Oh, I had this same exact book when I was a little girl! I've got to try and find one soon. Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful images!

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Nan said...

I have just the project for this sheet music. Check this out.
http://quillcottage.blogspot.com/
Thanks Nan

Shirley said...

Thanks for sharing. I love these! It was so good to see you Saturday, Lindsey! I have really missed you.

Bluebell said...

Thank you so much for sharing these with us, I love all the christmas carols they bring back a lot of my childhood memories, Wonderful.
Love Jillx

heidi said...

I had to smile....I STILL use that Christmas song book to this day! (I play the piano). Love all your sweet Christmas ideas!
Blessings, Heidi

Pierelantijntjes said...

Thank you so much for sharing. I just love vintage songbooks. The pictures at the top of the book are so sweet!
Hugs Ester

SECRET PEPPER PERSON: said...

We had this songbook!

Jess said...

I collect Christmas songbooks! I love them. I grew up playing piano and these bring back all the memories of Christmas recitals and church programs. They are so precious.