Thought I would share some random shots of decorating and a few trees!
This first one I think I showed before but when I was going through some bags (goodies I bought in Lancaster over the summer) I found this picket fencing and these little decorations. This tree is standing proudly on my dining room table.
A little display of ginger goodness I have in the kitchen window behind the sink.
I know this next one is familiar since it graced my header for so long, but see the little trees in the crocks? I sprayed some temporary adhesive and rolled them in snow!
Next up, my weekends work-my new wool feather tree, strung with 2 sets of brown lights also in my goodie bag from Lancaster. Hubby wasn't able to convert these lights for me this time so he ordered voltage transformers and now my lights are working!! He knows me well, not just one transformer arrived, but 5!!! Woohoo, I won't need to hide my other lights then, Ha, but does he know me well or what???
What I would have loved was a crock to put my tree in, but not being able to find them here and not being able to get a wood block cut on Saturday evening, I just had to get this tree finished before bed or I wouldn't sleep! Another hunt around produced a large candle surrounded with cinnamon sticks. Armed with a hot fire and a good poker, my candle became the base and my tree was finished and I got to sleep (or hubby???)
I think thats enough to upload for now but hopefully I shall return soon with some or random shots of decorating.
Thanks again for stopping by, I am sooo enjoying all the inspiration in blogland for Christmas,keep it coming!lol!
Oooooooh Shazy, I'm lovin' all your prim Christmas decor! Your home is decked out with warm and cozy handmade goodness!! Love it all~looks wonderful! Totally enjoyed your 'tour'.ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see the rest!
Big warm hugs,
I love all your little trees...I plan to make a simple feather tree this week...better get busy..Christmas isn't far away :)ReplyDelete
I love your decorating and your home is so warm and inviting! You need to move over here, so you can just buy prims, every weekend! I just got my tree done this weekend and I have a lot to do, besides finishing the kitchen. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Bear Hugs & Blessings~Karen
I enjoyed seeing all your decorations. I love your trees too :DReplyDelete
I'm loving all your wonderful trees. So prim and lovely. Great job with the cinnamon stick base...it's perfect!ReplyDelete
You're too funny! FIVE transformers - oh yes, he knows you well LOL! But really it looks wonderful and the trees are fab - all trimmed to perfection - glad you got some sleep!ReplyDelete
I love your trees and prim Christmas love.ReplyDelete
oh my, just beautiful.ReplyDelete
love your trees and the decorations and I make the wool feather trees too and love what you did with it - added all those "layers" and branches! So cool!ReplyDelete
I love your decorating. My tastes change every few years, but I will always love primitive country decorating. You really have a knack for it.ReplyDelete
And I pinned your red/white quilt! I love it; did you make it yourself?
Lots of love and seasons greetings Shazy :-) X X XReplyDelete
Oh girl, I'm right there with you on the lighting/picture issue. I don't know how they make their pictures just right, I can't do it at all. But I think yours turned out great. Some are a little dark, but I can still see your wonderful Christmas. All your decorating is prim perfect, love it all!ReplyDelete
Oh, and I adore all your Christmas trees, especially your new wool feather tree, it is awesome! Great job on it!ReplyDelete
Have a very Happy New Year Shazy :-) X X X X X XReplyDelete
Hey girl... it's been awhile. I hope all is well with you and your family. Missing you in blogland. =[ReplyDelete