December 1, 2012

Christmas at Home

Sorry it has taken me so long to post, I was having problems with my Picassa Albums. It seems as if I have to now pay for more space if I want pictures on my blog..ugh.. yes please. Got it taken care of and I now have plenty of space. Moving on...

 I am now in full mode for Christmas decorating. We left town the day after Thanksgiving and didn't return till Sunday so I didn't get my tree up till Monday. I have been digging through my boxes and decided their were some things I didn't really care to use anymore. Trying to decorate with things I use everyday and add a little color with vintage ornaments and greenery.

Vintage ornaments I have been collecting look so pretty in a glass cloche

I found this metal basket at a small shop for $5 dollars.
Its a good size for small presents under the tree

A vintage book on Twas the Night Before Christmas and some cranberries in a small cloche keep it simple

This bookshelf was a gift to myself after finishing a large job I had worked on for a week
(World Market)

Small touches of Christmas

The Tree

Do you have your tree finished yet? Have you got your shopping done?
I love this season, don't you?  I also know that the best gift I ever received is the love and grace of my Savior Jesus Christ. That gift can't be found under a tree but it changed my life forever.

Hope your having a great weekend!
I will be back to share my cocoa station with you. These are so fun!

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  1. Everything is stunning. I especially love all of the little touches...including the candy canes! Just beautiful. Merry Christmas!

  2. Merry Christmas to you and I agree, there is nothing better than the love and grace of Jesus! Love your decor and your tree! Debbie

  3. I too had to pay for more space. I suppose after three years it is okay, I so enjoy my blog and others like yours. You inspire me. Thanks for posting.

  4. I love all your festive touches! And your bookshelf is charming with the ironstone pitchers nestled in there.

  5. Your holiday decorations are so very pretty. I love your vintage pretties and you have it stlyed so nicely.

  6. LOVE your vintage touches in your Christmas decorating.
    Mary Alice