Let’s Play Games

Are the family still all at home in that limbo between Christmas and New Year?  When you’ve had enough of the telly and all your electronic games are charging up, it’s the perfect time for getting out the traditional board games or the Bingo balls and having a good, old fashioned family argument over Monopoly or Scrabble.
Houdini House is obviously thinking along the same lines as he was inspired, by my vintage candlesticks no less, to make this great treasury based on the game of Cluedo.

‘CLUEDO’ by HoudiniHouse

The Reverend Green in the library with the candlestick….

peacock feather tail feather…


Pair of Ornate Vintage Frenc…


Vintage Photo of Woman Shoot…


Antique French country schoo…


antique Stillson Walworth Bo…


muffin tin


vintage jump rope with woode…


1891 Mounted Photo of Revere…


vintage composition doll wit…


3pc Antique Glass Optical Le…


13 Vintage used Library Book…


Victoria Terminus – Neo Vict…


mid 19 century gorgeous orna…




Vintage Black and White Phot…


Clock key necklace of antiqu…


Generated using Treasury HTML code generator by Whale Shark Websites.

Whatever games you’re playing, I hope you are having a wonderful time with family and friends and I wish you a Happy New Year.


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  1. #1 by Alan Houdini on December 30, 2010 - 16:40


    Thanks so much for the link to my etsy shop AND my treasury – which would have been incomplete without your beautiful candlesticks!!!!! (AKA the murder weapon!)

    A very happy new year to you and yours – I look forward to having a nose around your blog too 😉

    Alan x

  2. #2 by Jan Marriott on December 30, 2010 - 17:01

    what a clever T

  3. #3 by UniqueNique on December 30, 2010 - 17:19

    That is a lovely treasury and inspired by those beautiful candlesticks. I love board games and cluedo is one of our favourites. Have an amazing New Year wishing you love, laughter and adventure in 2011

  4. #4 by tialys on December 30, 2010 - 17:27

    Sorry, Alan, for assuming that Houdini was a female escapologist!

  5. #5 by Thoughts of Houdini on December 30, 2010 - 19:24

    It’s quite ok – having 5 older sisters I grew up having to have a female eye at all times to survive – so most people think when they see my shop and treasuries that I must be female! I can cook and clean and make house – pretty rare for the male species I’m told!! lol

  6. #6 by persis on January 1, 2011 - 09:04

    Hi Lynn! My lovely lovely sponsor…

    Wishing you and your family a very Happy New Year. Sending lots of love, peace and prosperity your way…
    Have a fabulous 2011!
    xo, Persis.

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