Saturday, December 24, 2011
Yes we went with a white tree in our dining room this year!
I love it! It is a small one.
We bought 2 small trees last year at sales.
This one for dining room and one for living room which you can see on my other blog here.
It looks like there is not a lot on it but really is!
Up close you can see all ornies better!
Went with red , candy, ginger folks fun theme.
A tree ornament train set I have had for many years.
I am so lucky that so many of my old glass ornaments have made it unbroken!
Santa suit and hand painted snow fella.
Some ginger folks and candy garland.
What would Christmas be without a truffle!
Sweet pup to remember all our sweet lil beagles.
Jump up Santy!
Lil ginger gal ornie!
Ginger Fella. So cute.
Santy seems stuck in that chimney!
I placed it in front of the china cabinet and mirror.
Works for us! Can enjoy it for Christmas Eve and Christmas meals!
Will share more decor pics later.
Running behind this year!!
Hope you are all set big day is almost here!!!
Thursday, November 24, 2011
May your day be filled with loving memories from the past while making new ones in the present.
Wishing everyone a wonderful day filled with family, love and many blessings, big or small.
I extend this wish to all my readers whether you are celebrating the US Thanksgiving or not!;-)
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
I know I am a bit late in sharing these pics.
Sadly they were lost for a while.
DH had loaded them up for me and so I had to go hunting for them!!!
At least they will be posted before Christmas!!
Hope you enjoy the tour!
Here is one of my Punkin Head dolls on an antique child's desk.
He shares it with a Seth Thomas clock.
Top of old green pie safe . Some old ironstone pieces.
Silver tea set on small wash stand.
Vintage feed/flour sack towels hanging off pie safe hanger.
Fall leaf luncheon/ salad plate.
Pumpkin luncheon/ salad plate.
I saw these at Walmart so had to buy 3 of each!
Pumpkin sitting on wreath in an old black painted wooden bowl.
Hearth guard! I made the pumpkin topiary.
Found this pretty piece at one of my thrift store haunts back in the summer!
Sits on the mantle now.
This was the mantle with a few Halloween items.
Plate shelf over old corn husk bottom chair.
Another Punkin Head doll on the antique oak wash stand.
Used some blue and cream plates on the shelf.
Also a vintage iron stone gravy warmer.
Added this transfer ware turkey plate to the green depression glass hanger.
Old oak chest by fireplace. I do love this area of the room.
So cozy looking.
Turkey cross stitched on linen.
Vintage quilt hung from black iron rod.
Has the wooden sign above.
Hope you have enjoyed your visit!!
After Thanks giving we will begin to do our Christmas decorating.
Maybe I will get them posted before New Years!!
Thanks for stopping by!
Friday, November 18, 2011
I bought these awesome Homer Laughlin plates along with a couple pretty tablecloths from a local thrift shop.
You can read about that here.
Plan to use them with these Homestead China plates during Christmas holiday.
See how the red and green look great together!
Now these are not vintage but so very pretty!!
Had to have them as I am now starting my amaryllis plants too.
They also look great with the green Homestead China!
I get a chuckle thinking I paid more for these than the vintage ones!!!
I do adore my Fall look for now but I am looking forward to doing up for Christmas as well!!!
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Fall is cool and crisp mornings but warm days.
Sunshine setting off the warm colors of Fall.
All the shades of golds and oranges mixed with the evergreens.
Beautiful time of year!
Time to begin our cozy and comfy nesting inside before the cold winds of Winter blow.
Enjoying the harvest season.
This china platter is a very pretty Fallish one.
Made by American Limoges, Sundale.
Old Books and vintage paper weights.
The old dough bowl is full of small pretty pumpkins and gourds.
Soft light from the vintage tin lamp makes it all cozy.
Our Fall table is set with new and old items.
Sunflower plates new from the thrift store!
Vintage bread plates in green on cream and amber cut glass glasses.
Using a Hull bean pot for vase.
DH's Grandmother Belle's lace table cloth.
Love using our collectibles and treasures !
Please go check out the wonderful tablescapes at Between Naps on the Porch!
Awesome inspiration and lovely settings!
Thanks for checking mine out too!!
Friday, July 15, 2011
Loads of pretty inspiration! Keep ya busy for a goodly bit!
Sharing a new member to the household.
A gift from our Aunt Dot.
Her Mama's glass door pie safe.
It is a very interesting piece.
Plan to use in my sewing studio .
Will share more wonderful vintage items later!
Have a great weekend!!!
Pretty weather here in Virginia! Nice for going junkin!!
I will be stuck indoors but that is okay!!!
Have that list of link ups to check out!!!