|This is my favorite vignette. I repurposed the chicken wire|
and burlap cone I received from Donna with
poinsettias, wooden beads, and greenery.
This little area is my "tree" space. More little trees to be added.
|Thirty years of collecting Santas.|
|If you live in Florida, you must have Santas on the beach.|
I think it is the law.
|On the buffet under the tv. I love this very old|
Christmas card. The theme here is
Woodland Christmas at the Seashore.
|This year, I added a new tree. It is the girlie tree I have always |
wanted!! She is a beautiful 4 foot, table top tree
in an urn. I decorated her with burlap and birds
and other treasures. It is the Mimi and Kloe tree
(me and my granddaughter).
|This is one of my favorite Smith & Hawken ornaments. |
Oh, how I miss them, especially at Christmas!
(I will have to see if they are back online....
I heard a rumor....)
|Okay, I will admit that I cleaned out our local |
Pottery Barn. I couldn't help it. I just love
their Christmas story this year. I will continue
to add some hand-made and natural elements.
|It's not Christmas without the Nativity. |
This one was once my grandmother's
(I think), then my mother's.
I love the natural cream against the warm wood.
|Front porch vignette.....Florida style.|
|I noticed that we do a lot of "welcoming" here.|
The first one...
|A double whammy!|
|And yet a fourth....from my days of collecting|
for the Woodland Christmas.
|And some "warm wishes" thrown in for good measure.|
|The scene all lit. Sprout is on our tv 24/7 for Kloe.|
I think I know all the songs by heart!!
|Santa came early! Gracie takes a nap. I think|
she likes the burlap tablecloth.