Monday

Oh, Deer!

Thanks to Alison at The Polohouse for hosting Favorites on the First! Click on her name for lots more collections! I tend to collect a lot of things, not just Nativities. I didn't realize I collected deer until I did this post recently. I also collect yellow depression glass, yellow rose tea cups, tea pots, anything with yellow roses, angels, roosters, and clocks! I keep a lot of these things packed away and only display them on certain occasions. I'm posting two of these collections since they are handy!
Oh, deer, Santa's reindeer must be exhausted from their long flight! I just love the stately reindeer and have accumulated enough to qualify for a "collection!"

I think I bought the gold deer above at Steinmart.

The one above is made from metal. I bought it several years ago from Home Interiors. We were at Pier 1 today, and they had a metal one similar to this, but more expensive!

I think this pretty white beaded deer below came from TJ Maxx:

I've had this pretty stately looking gold deer below for many years:

This large metal deer is atop our china cabinet in the dining room:
I couldn't get a true color of the wine colored wall, this one above is too purple looking.
The one below is too red!

This deer is carved from wood:

Another metal deer:

Now to some fun whimsical deer!

I think these two below are handmade, may have bought them at a craft show.
Their bodies are bells!


How funny is this big soft, fat, deer!!

These little deer are small soft toys, the grands enjoyed playing with them!

Small plush deer on wheels, and bigger one on rockers!

Don't they just make you smile?

How cool is this reindeer with leg warmers!! LOL!

The tall deer below is made of a straw-like material:

Do you have a favorite of my collection of deer?


I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and looking forward to a good New Year!

I'm linking to Marty's Table Top Tuesday, and Kim's Wow Us Wednesday and Alison's Favorites on the First. Click on their names for lots more fun!

Katherine

12 comments:

Marydon said...

What a fabulous collection of deer. Loe the wee ones with bells.
Happy New Year
TTFN ~
Hugs,
Marydon

Betty said...

yes, I do believe you have a collection...and a beautiful one at that...

Happy New Year!
Betty

Betty said...

yes, I do believe you have a collection...and a beautiful one at that...

Happy New Year!
Betty

Shelia said...

Hi Katherine! What a wonderful collection of reindeer! They are all so different - elegant and cuties! :)
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas.
be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

Connie (aka LOU) said...

Katherine - Thanks for stopping by today. Lovely collection and it would be perfect for Alison's Favorites on the First. I see you already have her reminder posted. Just saw the Fiesta Christmas tree dishes a few days ago. I loved them! I grew up with the vintage Fiesta dishes in all the original colors so I'm kinda fond of them, and I prefer the old to the new. There is something about the tree collection that speaks to me so I just might have to grab a few sets. New follower too!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Katherine, you do have quite a collection from the stunning and elegant to the whemsical. I love them all. So cute. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Dreamgoddess said...

What a wonderful collection! My favorite is the one from Home Interiors. I love the coloring on it.

Carlene @ Organized Clutter said...

That's a fun collection!

Sarah said...

Fun, fun, fun! ~ Sarah

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

What a sweet collection of deer, Katherine! Those little whimsical ones do make me smile, but I really love the one from Home Interiors. The details on the saddle are so pretty.
Have never heard of that shop, is it a national one or just a local?

Might have to Google them!!
xox
Thanks for sharing this with all of us! Keep them coming!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Such fabulous collection of deer, they're all so pretty. That Home Interior one is my fav! I love the whimsy ones too. Happy New Year.
FABBY

A Few Pennies said...

Sweet collection! Love your posting--have a great and happy 2012!