Letting Go of Christmas

Most people count down the days until Christmas, I on the other hand count the number of days I have until the last decoration is placed gently into it’s designated bin. As of today I sit have one tree fully decorated and floral and pine accents adorning the house. From year to year I usually follow a set pattern for decorating relying on photographs of past Christmases to help my memory.  This year  I chose to mix it up. I tried to create vignettes that would gracefully flow into a winter theme. I found the most challenging aspect of this holiday season was NOT buying into the year-end treasure trove of holiday decorating sales. I’m still visualizing the white pine bough garland that I could have bought for $6.00 a bough to change next year’s theme. But alas, storage eventually becomes a challenge!

THANK YOU FOR STOPPING BY!

Christmas 2019
Welcome, Come in…
Christmas 2019
The door into the dining room
Christmas 2019
Walk through the door into the living room
Christmas 2019
The fireplace mantel and living room tree The door on the right leads in to the master bedroom
Christmas 2019
The master bedroom
Christmas 2019
Upstairs guest bedroom
Christmas 2019
Upstairs guest bedroom
Christmas 2019
Family room Christmas tree – Tinsel and vintage ornaments
Christmas 2019
Santa’s workshop

 

4 thoughts on “Letting Go of Christmas

  1. Beautiful and elegant. May I ask what are the wooden things with handles in the fourth picture down that has a print of similar items hanging above it? They almost look like wooden bells or miniature butter churns or some kind of a game.

    1. Thank you for asking. They are our collection of potato mashers. We love a treasure hunt when we frequent antique stores. But we need to stay within our budget. Antique potato mashers sell for $12.00 to $40.00 dollars.

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