I recently found these darling skates that are labeled Montgomery Ward.  I love how they adorn the front porch attached to my vintage sled. 
Such a warm welcome for my visiting friends! To see what else I am linking to this week – please check my “Cottage Links” label…xoxo, tracie
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They really are perfect for holiday decor! What a great find! Sweet hugs!
I remember that store. I have been on the hunt for some vintage skates as well. Looks great over the sleigh.
NanaDiana said…
HA! I had a pair of those- Size 10!!! Are those MY old ones?;>) Years ago Montgomery Ward was the only show in town. xo Diana
Tracie: I'm still looking for a pair of skates. Look perfect on your sled. Haven't thought of Monkey Wards (as my grandmother called it) for many years..Happy Weekend..Judy
Unknown said…
love the perfectly aged skates!

A lot of bloggers are using skates for outdoor decor this year. You've created a nostalgic display with the old sleigh, and the skates; two things that bring back memories.
This is almost exactly what I am doing with my childhood skates and sled! I've been wanting to do something with them each year and never got around to it. This year, I said I was going to do it and then it took me a while to figure out where to put them - inside? outside? I finally decided inside - hope to have pics ready soon! I need some greens. We don't have any evergreen trees on our property so I'll have to go sneak some! LOL! Bet all of your decorations are specatacular! I'm a bit behind on blog reading but I'm catching up! Hugs, Leena
Unknown said…
Great minds think alike and the internet spurs on another great idea - I used some thrifted skated to dress up a big wreath on my garden gate. Love that you found some great old vintage ones.
Monica said…
This is incredible! I have seen some great holiday decor done with I have to find a pair for my house! Great job-now following your blog.
chateau chic said…
Old skates are the best paired with vintage sleds. Great welcome beside the front door.
Mary Alice
Tracie, Montgomery Wards was the first department store to open in my home town. I didn't need ice skates in Florida but I did get a pair of roller skates from there. Love your display! I hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday.
xx, Sherry
It's hard to find ice skate (or sleds, for that matter) here on the Gulf Coast. These are wonderful, and I like how you displayed them!
Pondside said…
Yikes! Those look like my old skates, which are out in the garage. I'll have to think of incorporating them in the decorations next year!
great idea. I had some old skates and got rid of them.Never thought of using for decoration. Silly me.
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SewSweetVIntage said…
Love this look!!! The skates add a nice charm. Great minds think alike:) I propped our childhood sled out front with a bow this year too. Ordered some vintage skates on Etsy. Planning to hang them with the sled!!! Make a post when they arrive:) Merry Christmas! Stop by
They are fantastic! You will be one of the features at Make it Pretty Monday at The Dedicated House. Hope to see your prettiness again at the party. Merry Christmas! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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