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  • edeliz

    A kitschy ‘Best Mom’ plastic plaque my kids saved money for and bought me many moons ago. It was the first time they give me something of their own for Mother’s day.

  • Jason Pike

    knick knack patty whack give a dog a bone this old man came rolling home

  • Barbara Comeaux

    My favorite knick-knack is a two pence piece from England. Years ago my friends went overseas and asked what kind of gift they could bring me. I always wanted “tuppence” like from the song in Mary Poppins. When I dust my bookshelf and see it there I always remember my friends and sing the song about feeding the birds!

  • Jean-Guy Belanger

    Landscape paintings

  • Deby Ann

    My favorite? I can’t pick just one! I think all the ones my husband and children have given me over the years are my favorites. . . and that pretty much means all of them! LOL

  • Meriame Doli

    Knick knack is a Dildos, lots of dildos

  • Michaele Dalin Goodson

    Mine is a Himalayan Salt lamp, it’s beautiful and spreads peace

  • Nisha

    Frame of my baby’s first outfit and shoes are my favorite knick-knack in my whole house.

  • Maddie Lessard

    Garden gnomes, I have them all over my garden. They are cute and water proof and the best -part about them is I don’t have to dust them the wind takes care of that part. 🙂

  • Nicole D. C

    A pirate ship from Barbados. It reminds me of my husband and how much he loved that trip.

  • ramadevi

    When my son was graduating I wanted to wear white top, I was preparing myself what to wear. I was looking for a necklace, none matched with it. Previous day I went to a store where there was a weekly sale. I saw white pearl long necklaces for 10cents each. I grabbed 2 white ones and and a light grey one. I put them together and twisted to make a thick pearle necklace. It suited pretty well with my white top. When I sent the photo to my sister, my sister asked first about the necklace. I explained to her that it costed 30cents and it is fake pearl. She did not believed me. Yes, it was cheap knack but it worked for me. I still wear them and it looks nice.

  • Mrs Ed

    My favorite is a large statue of a bald eagle, from the Wellington Collection, with its wings partially open. Knowing that I love birds, my husband bought it for me, years ago, and I cherish it.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Sounds beautiful. Have you ever been to Alaska? You see so many bald eagles there.

      • Mrs Ed

        It is beautiful. No, I’ve never been to Alaska, but I live very near a wildlife refuge, and can see bald eagles any time.


    My favorite Knick Knack is a origami dollar bill folded in the shape of a Coi Fish. I was working on a Cruiseship a few years ago as a Musician. We played alot of request songs that a particular lady wanted to hear. She was so please with the band that the next day she presented all 5 band members with a Oragami Coi Fish made from a dollar bill. I thought “Wow, she really appreciated the band so much that she folded 5 of these fish”. That’s my favorite Knick Nack.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Wow! That’s beautiful!

  • Rochelle Pieper

    I have a beautiful set of hanging glass bells that belonged to my great grandmother that has been passed down to the first females in our family from generation to generation. Luckily there has only been one girl born per generation so there is no fighting over them. I can’t wait to pass them on to my one and only daughter!

  • Dicksy Maneschyn

    My favorite are five snow globes with pictures of each of my five grandchildren in them. They are very precious to me.

  • Melissa Furr

    My favorite knick-knack would have to be a little clock that my father left to me when he passed. I put new batteries in it and placed it on my shelf. The next day it had stopped at 10:25. I put more batteries in, the next day it had stopped at 10:25. This went on for four days before I realized that my father had passed away at 10:25. After I realized that the clock was stopping on his time of death, it hasn’t stopped since. I’ve not replaced the batteries in six years! I’ll always cherish that little time piece.

    • Deb

      What a special clock. We just never know exactly how the Lord will comfort us. 🙂

  • Mary Armstrong

    My favorite knick knack is a small ceramic bouquet of flowers that were my grandma’s. …. it was one of the things I received when she died .

  • Digital Janice

    My fave knick knack is my happy buddha sculpture 🙂

  • Carol Miller

    My favorite nick knack is a small nativity set that belonged to my great grandmother. My grandmother brought it from Italy to our country in 1915. It consists of just Mary, Joseph and the Infant in his manger. Mary and Joseph are dressed in Italian peasant garb and they look like they just came from the fields. It is ceramic but so delicately shaped that you can even see the veins in Mary and Joseph’s hands.The set was hand made by a local artisan from the suburbs of Rome, where my grandmother lived. This was the only precious item my grandmother took with her. It was handed down to me as the oldest granddaughter. I cherish it not only for its intrinsic beauty but because it represents an ancestor that I never met, who lived over a hundred years ago and who had very different life experiences than I. I keep this cherished belonging out all year long and many times look at it and dream of what my great grandparents looked like and how they must have suffered when their only child, my grandmother, came to the U.S with her husband, and they never saw her again.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Ok. I’m tearing up. I’ve been told that my great grandmother came here from Poland at age 11, alone. Hard to believe but I don’t see why my grandmother would have made that up. Life must have been so hard back then.

      • Carol Miller

        You are so right, Diane. I can’t imagine how hard life must have been, especially coming to a new country and, in my grandmother’s case, speaking no English. So glad you’re on your way to your new home. How exciting.

        • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

          Thanks so much, Carol! We closed on it yesterday. Now I have a nice, totally empty house. Furniture is our priority now!

  • Jennifer B.

    My aunt was an avid birdwatcher and would often take me on hiking adventures and outings to “count” birds. A long time ago she had given me two glass birds that were called “Bluebirds of Happiness.” They were this exquisite blue that I kept on my windowsill for years and years. And each apartment or house I moved to, they would come with me. Always a reminder of her and her love for birds. She passed away unexpectedly many years ago and it was quite devastating. At her wake I put those birds with her so that she could look at them and think of me as I had always thought of her. Today I have bird feeders and houses around so I can always keep her spirit close.

  • Timothy Mccollum

    My favorite is my shoes when I was a little baby. My mom had them bronzed they don’t do this much anymore it really cool.

  • Erin Estilette

    My favorite is this little wooden carved fisherman that is smoking a pipe. It’s been in the family as long as I can remember, and I’ve always thought it looked like my Dad. Every time I see it, I’m reminded of him and how much I miss him.

  • dottie p

    my daughter made a small birdhouse she was about 7 years old..(not big enough for birds) it’s sitting on my bookcase. and i’m so proud of it, i show it to everyone that comes over.

  • Judy Burba McGarvey

    My favorite knick knack is a butter dish that belonged to my great grandmother. She lived with my grandparents until she died in 1963. I recall her continuing to make butter with the cow milk from the family farm. She once asked me to pump the churn and I watched as she lovingly placed that fresh butter in her butter dish. It was so delicious and I was proud that I had helped make it. My grandmother gave me that same butter dish and I then started collecting antique butter dishes.

  • Teresa Rojas

    My favorite knick-knack is a medal of Saint Teresa my mother gave me as a protection,especially since when I was born she named me after her,and upon our release from the hospital the first place we went to was the church,we’re she offered me to her,and asked her to have protective hand over me. I have always loved this story and when she gave me the medal I couldn’t help but cry.

  • Sylvia

    It’s a small Hummel figurine of a drummer boy that has been in my family for over 100 years. My grandmother was very poor but on her wedding day her godmother gave her this figurine in 1916. According to the story this figurine was equivalent to 3 months of pay and the godmother began taking in extra laundry and sewing to buy this special gift. The little drummer boys innocent face masks the hours of toil and sacrifice it took to bring this keepsake into my home and I will someday pass it on to my son and his family.

    • Mrs Ed

      Oh wow, what a blessing.

  • Deb

    My favorite knick-knack is a set of small green saucers and cups. I found them among my mother’s things when she passed. I remember playing with them when I was a little girl. They used to come packaged in oatmeal during the depression; hence the name depression glass.

    • Mrs Ed

      The memory those must have held for your mother, and now, your memories.

      • Deb

        Thank you, Mrs. Ed. Yes, they’re very precious to me.

    • Rachel Rodarte

      Hi Deb, after reading your post I remember having 3 cups and saucers, and I they also belong to my mother, she also passed, and I took good care of them. Like I mention before, when we moved, and after looking through all my things, I couldn’t find them, I was very upset, I know some one took them among others things.

      • Deb

        Oh, I’m so sorry that you lost them.

        • Rachel Rodarte

          thank you Deb

  • Merm123

    My favorite Knick-Knack is the crucifix from my mothers coffin. Made of a nice gold metal and was given to me after we buried her. I keep it close to me as a reminder of her and pray. I miss her dearly and that’s one of the closest reminders to celebrate her life. RIP Mom xo

  • rose morgan

    This ceramic dish I bought for myself that has a cute little strawberry on top. I keep it at my bedside to keep my ring from getting lost.

  • Diane Lane

    My favorite knick-knack is my Pegasus made for me by my mom. It stands twelve inches tall on its hind legs and glazed in mother of pearl white that reflects a rainbow of colors in the sunlight.

  • MyKinKStar

    I have several little cat knick knacks that represent particular fuzzybuttZ I have sent to heaven . . . .I kept them with their ashes.

  • carpediem5790

    My favorite knick knack…..i guess it is so much my favorite that I don’t like to think of it as a knick knack! It is the Seraphim Angel Analisa, the Angel of Joy! She is about 15 inches high and holds a gold trumpet. My soulmate bought it for me years ago. I love it dearly because it does bring me joy!

  • Noel Stewart

    My favorite knick-knack is a clock. This white limestone clock was presented to me by my Dad as he lay ill in the hospital. It was my birthday and I had traveled to the hospital to see him. Dad had bought this clock from another Vet who also was in the VA Hospital — the two became buddies because they were both so very ill. Dad explained that he was sorry that this was the only shopping he could do this year. This was the last present that my Dad ever gave me. He passed soon afterwards. To this day, I treasure this birthday clock. I am proud to explain to inquiring minds that: it was made & sold by a WWII Vet, and it was purchased & gifted by a WWII Vet. Both were very enterprising fellows.

  • Chris

    I have too many favorite knick-knacks. This is why I have a huge glass curio cabinet that I keep them in. It is full of San Francisco Music Box Collection, Collectible Martini Glasses, Crystal Glasses with dried Lavender, a Flower Pot Doll, Porcelain Figurines, and too much more to name.

  • Maxine Hunter

    I have an angle that has my birth stone on it

  • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

    My favorite knick knack is an beautifully carved small ivory statue. It was my grandmothers. Her brother lived in China before Mao took over. When his wife needed something (like a winter coat) my grandma would send it and they would send her Chinese knick knacks in return. She always let me play with them because she knew I loved them. I miss you, grandma.

  • Jason Provo

    Wiccan shops are becoming all the rage in my small town and close-by city. I entered one out of curiosity and found a lot of neat stuff. I bought something. A cast-iron lantern type dinner bell. It hangs on my kitchen wall and I ring it when dinner is done. But…i live alone. With a cat, and like the proverbial Pavlovs Dog, I have trained her to come for her meals when I ring the bell. I pull the bell chain and she immediately knows its time for wet food (her preference). My Fave knick-knack..and even so more of my cat’s!

  • kandeels

    It is gone, with the swipe of a broom handle by a two-year-old, my original Nao figurine that I bought in Spain is but a memory. Was hoping to pass the pretty, little girl figurine on until it’s untimely demise. I simply close my eyes and see her on the desk and then remember it was a real little, pretty girl who thought she was sweeping and it makes it better, but the Nao is still my not forgotten, favorite knick knack.

  • Paul Clément

    My favourite nicknack is a small wooden egg slightly larger than a real hen’s egg. It was carved by my father 30 years ago and given to me all wrapped up in tissue paper and boxed as a Christmas gift that year. When I asked why the egg, he replied that he had not yet had time to carve the eagle he had promised me and that this was the eagle egg that would produce it. We all had a chuckle and the following April, he presented me with a most beautiful carved eagle swooping down on a riverside grasping a fish in its talons, complete with bullrushes and lilypads made from toothpicks and cut up soda cans. Unfortunately, dad suffered a stroke the following year which eventually put an end to his carving days but I still cherish some of his work including my ‘hatched eagle’

  • Mrs Ed

    OK, now I have tears. But, happy tears.

  • Ray Ayala

    My favourite knick knack is my candy dish. I use it to keep trail mix so that I can have an indulgent, but healthy treat several times during the day. Both the dish and the trail mixes come from those $1 stores, but I am always amazed at the variety of trail mixes they offer. The candy dish is actually glassware, so I call it my affordable luxury.

  • Rebecca lee

    My favourite knick knack is my worry beads. They are essentially a string of coloured beads which can be worn as a necklace or a bracelet, and the theory is that when you are worried or have something on your mind then you fidget and play with the beads and they work as a kind of stress reliever. I had them for years and they’ve nearly worn away. I obviously lead a stressful life, lol!!

  • I don’t have any knick knacks personally but my mom loves her “knick knacks”. Growing up, everything we made in school out of clay was kept in her china closet. She has everything and I mean everything, whether it is crumbling, broken or losing paint she has kept it. My mom had a foreign exchange student, one year, we were explaining Christmas and gift giving to him. He seen that my mom had all these “broken” things in her china closet. So when he went home for a visit he found a vender and asked for something broken. He was so excited to give it to her for Christmas. However, mom was sad that it was broken and told him we could fix it not realizing that is the way he got it for her. He explained that he thought she loved broken things. We laugh about it but she never fixed it and she keeps it with all the other “knick knacks” in that china closet.

  • Sarah Turner

    A little glass cat that my grandma bought for me when I was little, she died two years ago.

  • Rachel Rodarte

    Gotta love my cats, every time I go shopping and see a cute figurine of a cat, I will but it. When we moved, I lost a lot of them. There was another one that belong to my mother, I was able to keep that one, but one day and I don’t know how, it fell off the bookshelf and broke. I also had a glass one, in which I was able to put a candle, well with my luck, guess what it broke in have. I had this one, it was with two kittens, with a basket behind them, my daughter told that it fell off the bookshelf, when I asked if she knocked it down she said no, it just fell off, like someone had push it off. Now I just have about 4, I have to start looking for more.

  • Richard Vargas

    My favorite knick-knack is a round faceted crystal. I found it years ago under the seat of a used car I bought. It was covered in grime, but sparkled when clean. I gave it some thought, and decided it would look good hanging on a chain. I rummaged through my junk drawer, then pulled out my hot glue gun. When I was finished I hung it in a west facing window. In the afternoon, the setting sun shines through the facets as the crystal rotates on the chain

  • luv2shop99

    I have 2 red cardinals and 2 blue birds…after their deaths…I call the cardinals Mom & Dad and the 2blue birds are my brothers. It some very small way…it’s comforting

  • Cassandra Boswell

    I have a knick knack on my entertainment center iit is a large hand with a little girl leaning into the palm my oldest son bought it for me before he move, 4,000 mile away to go help his grandparents

  • Mandilynn Deer

    My favourite nik nak is my granny’s angel tea cup set she’s had since she was a little girl an she has recently passed an now I have it for my daughters

  • Cassandra Boswell

    My favorite knick knack would have to be the one on my in entertainment center of a larege hand with a little girl leaning in the palm

  • Ted N Brenda

    I have a horse knick-knack collection. I have horses or all sizes, colors and material. I like to look for them in antique stores and junk shops because the older they are, the more interesting they are. Maybe even have some value. I get all kinds of new ones, too, because once you put the word out that you like horses, guess what you get for every holiday and birthday? I’m not complaining though because my collection is growing and the gifts are thoughtful gestures. My horses are going to need a new room soon. 🙂

  • Natania

    I have these nesting dolls that came from my father in law. he got them from Russia in 1979. The first time I seen them on their mantle, I loved it. It was sitting there like it was one doll and when I picked it up and opened it, I was amazed, and every time I went there I picked these dolls up and pulled them all apart. When my daughter turned two, she did the same as I did, although she was told to put it back because it wasn’t a toy. I grabbed them from her and said I will show her them and from that point on she loved them also, and wanted to see them every time she went there as I did. He told me the russian word for the nesting dolls is “matryoshka” and some call them “babooshka dolls”, for some reason I love this term. I like the way it sounds, babooshka! Anyway, they are beautiful brightly painted dolls and you open the big one to find another doll, open that one to find another doll and so on, there are 16 of them. It is really cool, the last one is so tiny, it’s about the size of a grain of rice, and that is the only one that doesn’t open up to another one, it’s one piece and if you don’t pay very close attention, you will lose the last two or three. They get smaller and smaller, they are really neat. I tried to find my daughter a set of these but the only ones I could find was a set of three which wasn’t as cool as the this one. About eight years ago he gave the dolls to me and my daughter as long as we promised to never sell them and to always keep them in our family. It was really meaningful to both of us and now they sit on my mantle and we don’t allow them to be played with, we will show them and take them all apart but then they go back to the mantle. I plan to give them to my daughter once she is old enough and I am sure that she will enjoy them with her kids as much as I have with her!

  • Lynn

    My absolute favorite Knick knack is a small clay bowl that my grandson made for me for mother’s day when he was three years old. His little fingertips are visible around the top and he painted green. I use it every day .It Is just the right size to hold my keys so I keep it on a shelf beside the front door so I always know where my keys are and when I come and go from the house it is the las and fitrst thing I see. It puts a smile on my face every time I see that beautiful lopsided bowl!!!.

  • Leanne Matthews-Boyko

    A ceramic fawn that I received for my birthday from a family friend when I was a little girl around 1975. I remember so clearly walking with it proudly down the sidewalk when I suddenly tripped and my new beautiful baby deer flew out of my hands and crashed onto the sidewalk. I was heartbroken. My father, a structural engineer gently picked up all the pieces, and when we got home he spent hours gluing my little brown spotted fawn back together. Till this day it sits on my window sill in my kitchen reminding me of his kind and patient heart. More than ever my little fawn’s cracked exterior is even more special as my father battles Alzheimer’s and struggles to remember things we did together. The little fawn reminds me that even after it was broken, and covered in scars, it was the act of love that put it back together that makes so beautiful and special.

  • Ken Grant

    My sorcerer’s apprentice snow globe.

  • jhen

    It’s not so easy to get a Dollar here but trying the Best we Can..

  • OceanGirl

    My favorite knick-knack is a pair of miniature clogs I bought while visiting Amsterdam. Amsterdam is a really cool, fun, and beautiful city to visit. And, the mini-clogs just takes the cake!

  • Belinda

    My favorite knick-knack would be a blue cat figurine that use to belong to my grandma. She had passed it on to my Mom and my Mom had passed it on to me a few years before she passed away. I will always treasure it.

  • Kari McDowell

    My favorite knick knack is a porcelain blue rabbit that was my mothers. Nothing special about it except it reminds me of her.

  • Vikki Johnson

    My favorite knick knack is Billy the Singing Bass!

  • jessica_ann_20

    My favourite is a old porcelain mug with Poppy written on it and a painting of a moose in the woods. I gave this to my late grandfather when I was really young and my grandmother gave it back to me after he passed. <3 a little memory of my Big Poppy and Newfie heritage all in one.

  • Julie

    My favorite knick knack is a small teddy bear I got from London several years ago. He has a blue “London” hoodie on and I take him everywhere I travel.

  • Julie Dascoli-Yanop

    the patty wack – where you give a dog a bone 🙂

  • Lacey

    My favorite knick-knack is a little statue of the Empire State Building I bought when I went to NYC with my dad. It’s my favorite because my cat got to it and now everyone asks me if it’s the Leaning Tower of Pizza!

  • Marce McHone

    my grandmothers teacups.

  • DM

    I have a very special crystal Bluebird my son gave me while i the hospital. It represents the Bluebird of Happiness. I keep it beside my bed and think of him every night. Obviously I think of him all the time but these were special moments.

  • Kelley Ann

    Small Swarovski crystal items; favorites are a 1 1/2″ crystal heart and a 1 1/2″ tall dragon symbolizing the Chinese Zodiac for Year of the Dragon. My husband gives me these collectibles as gifts. I love how they sparkle in the light and they commemorate special moments. The next one I would like to receive is a miniature depiction of the rose in a dome from Beauty and the Beast-it’s beautiful!

  • Brittany urban

    I would have to say my favorite knick knack is a glass cup I got when I was 5 years old from my grandmother. Its from Disney and has mickey mouse on it, she passed away when I was six years old, but even being so young she was my best friend. she had a rare form of bone cancer and died when she was only 54. I spent all my weekends with my grandmother when I was younger. Although not all memories are remembered being so young, but the few I have I will always cherish, and wish my son could meet such the wonderful person that she was.

  • Alexis Young

    My favorite knick knack is my Cinderella snow globe!!! I love it! I got it from my cousin as like a hand-me-down but I love Disney so I was extremely excited when she didn’t want it anymore!

  • SeaSeaPea

    My favourite is a large, white ceramic cat. She came from a lovely little used book store in my city called “The White Cat Bookstore.“ When it closed down, they sold everything, including the decor. I loved this store, and I’m so happy to have a memento. She sits on a shelf surrounded by other cats of various materials.

  • MT

    My grandpa’s dress pocketknife. I am one of 20 grandsons and I feel lucky to be the one that got it.

  • Stacie Snow

    I have a small porcelain red bird that was my grandmothers I wouldn’t give anything for. She always loved red birds

  • justinkeene

    My favorite knick-knack is on my self in my bedroom are as follows: the little
    tiny puppies.

  • Marissa Hall

    A little Crystal angel

  • Tammy Padulo Thurber

    My favorite knick knack is a mother dog and her puppy connected by a gold chain. It was my grandmothers. I would play with it when I was a kid. When I got older and started having children of my own, she gave it to me. It brings me such joy to see my kids playing with and enjoying it as much as I did at their age. It’s also a beautiful reminder of my grandmother. It makes me feel closer to her now that she’s past.

  • Ashley

    whats a nick nack?

  • Denise N.

    I do not like dust collectors! I think they look good on store shelves but take up space and time in my home. I love a minimalist style! But when asked what my favorite would be I will definitely say it is the various trophies my son has been awarded by his school in recognition of his outstanding participation, attendance, citizenship and class participation. As a collective they are my favorite but his very first trophy will always be the best of all. It is a simple two handled trophy painted in gold that stands on a black base. It is entirely made of plastic and looks like a cake topper. It holds the numerous ribbons he’s earned throughout the school year. Every now and then I’ll look at it briefly while cleaning or making dinner and I’ll get an immediate surge of pride and joy.

  • Krystal Ritchie

    I have a small obsession with peacocks. My all time favorite knick knack is a small hand carved peacock that I had the pleasure of watching a little old man carve in the streets of Vegas. He didn’t charge me anything for it as he said He did it on “donations” but I did give him a very large tip

  • Julia Rose

    My favorite knickknack hate to sound cliche but it my sons spinner. It’s addicting 🙂

  • Crystal Dawn Shepherd

    A small quarter machine ring my oldest daughter gave me years ago. I never take it off.

  • Cynthia MsCece J-Sherrod

    mine is potato chips and ice cream.. perfect combination

  • Sarah

    A present i received many years ago, a granite cat figurine and a smaller kitten one – they sit in my room, facing each other like mother and child, and remind me every day of the beauty of that bond. I also love cats so that’s a bonus!

  • Sowmya

    My favorite knick-knack is butterfly decorations on the wall made by me some 20 years back. That was the cheapest and the most appreciated decorative work done by me. I used to go around dollar shops looking for
    flowery and jittery hair pins for butterfly body. With the help of wall stickers I made butterfly wings with my old colourful shiny silk sarees which I was not wearing. The silk saree butterflies look so beautiful on the wall. This was my favourite pass time initially when I migrated to Melbourne. Even now you will see some of them hanging on the wall. 🙂

  • Bryan Williams

    My favorite knick-knack were my Legos.

  • Surveys Profit

    Mine is a snowman inside a sphere snowing. That was a gift from my mum when I was young.

  • Barbara Carol Reyna

    My favorite knick knack is a small Christmas ornaments in the shape of a Spanish Guitar with an angel sitting on it. Every Christmas I pull it out and just admire it because it reminds me of the important things in life, love, life, faith health and happiness.

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  • Veralee Poulin

    My favorite Knick-Knack is a off white ,pink lined sea shell ,shaped like a cone … It belonged to my grandmother. She’d give it too me at night​.Id hold it to my ear and hear the sea…

  • Napturally Beautiful

    My favorite knick-knack is some handkerchiefs my mother and grandmother use to carry. Now I have given them to my daughter so she can hopefully pass them on to her daughter if she should have one.

  • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

    That was so sweet of you. It means so much to a mom when they realize their kids are paying attention to YOUR likes and not just their own. My son has always been that way and now both of my grown kids know just what I like. Your mom was very lucky to have you!

  • Adrienne White

    My collection of drawings of ordinary people and things. I always love to capture their profiles, unique features, and what expressions the drawings displays.

  • Michelle Pandolfi Bannister

    I have a hand made porcelain fairy that was made for me by a very close older friend who recently passed.

  • Margaret Pecina

    my favorite knick knack is a frog figurine

  • Karen

    glow in the dark teddy bear about the size of my hand, a gift that I was given at 14, (I am 37 now) so it’s very sentimental! 🙂

  • I have 3 porcelain figurines of a greek Goddess topless with two cup holders formed as a Woman’s breast

  • .bangtoogir

    Knick knack is an art that I enjoy, it’s amazing beauty my eyes .. like the same hobby with my sister who loves knick knack.

  • ramadevi

    I did not see the winners list yet.