Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Christmas Tour 2011

I've been decorating for Christmas since before Thanksgiving.  Want to see some of the ridiculous amount of Christmas Decorations in my home?  OK...you twisted my arm!

It's a little dark and my Tomato Cage Topiaries are all aglow!
Here's our stockings hung on the railing.

I hung them with "Burlap & Bling" along with lots of raffia!

Of course my Fur Baby also has a stocking!

This is my Kitchen Tree with lots of Cookie Cutter & Rag Ornaments!

Couple of tree here, couple of trees there...

Added a little woodland forest under my dog's portrait!

Many of these cookie cutters were some of the first ones I used as a child.  

Victorian-style mantle with tons of fruit.

A good friend made this Angel for me years ago and I always put her in a prominent place.   

Lots and lots of fruit, bling & natural materials.  

It's up on the top of the cabinets, too!

OK, now this is a serious Christmas "grove!"  Here's my Fake Tannenbaum all decorated!

Told you I have too many Christmas Krinkles!

Speaking of Krinkles, my table has a place in the front window.

My snowman collection, along with the Sugar Cube Ice Castle, fully decorated.  

Aldi had an amazing deal on pine and poinsettias!  I made that runner YEARS ago!

Isn't it funny that a Leg Lamp and a sad Christmas Tree with one ornament are now symbols of the holidays?

Speaking of crazy symbols of the holidays...here are the Festivus Poles as my table's centerpiece!
Thanks for stopping by!  Hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year!

4 comments:

  1. These are SUPER awesome features.. I LOVE them.. So festive and pretty.. I'm Mariyn - Your newest HAPPY follower here.. Loving your blog.. SO much CREATIVITY!! I'm inspired.. Will love for you to stop in sometime.. http://theartsygirlconnection.com .. Wishing you an amazing rest of the week.. ~M

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  2. WOW!! It's so...Christmassy! :) Looks awesome, and your home would a wonderful place to celebrate the holidays! The only problem I can see is that it might look awfully strange in January. But for December...lovely!

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  3. I thought decorating two trees was a lot of work... you have lots of cute trees. How fun!
    Holly

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  4. Your kitchen tree is just plain cool. Merry Christmas. Love the trees in multiples.

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