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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Show & Tell Friday: A Bit More Christmas

Welcome to Show & Tell Friday, hosted by Cindy over at My Romantic Home.
Cindy has a lot of participants, so please hop on over there and take a look.
I'm showing you some more of my Christmas decorations....after the cloche party last week I had lots of inspiration!

This first photo is of my vintage seashell bottles that I first showed you here.
I didn't want to put them away for the Christmas holidays so I decided to add a bit of Christmas to the vignette......I LOVE it.


Here is a close up of the vintage-looking mercury glass Christmas tree and ornaments that I found at Tuesday Morning.....I love these glass balls and will probably have a difficult time putting them away after the holidays!

This is where I have this arrangement.....on our kitchen table but couldn't get a good photo of it....the lighting leaves something to be desired.

  


The wainscoting that was put up some time ago, still needs painting!



I have this arrangement on my kitchen counter but I couldn't get a decent picture there either.
I took two candle holders and turned one upside down and made a cloche out of it.
The other one I just added a lid from another cloche and voila'....I have an additional cloche.
 


This is the first year I've used fake snow and love it except for the mess.
 


I glittered away on my pine cones and pomegranates.
 

Hope you enjoyed this look at my decorations.
Have an enjoyable weekend.
I love and read each and every one of your sweet comments! 



20 comments:

Vicki said...

Hi, Lenore,
Thank you for sharing your pretty Christmas vignettes! I loved your cloches and how you have decorated them. That mercury glass is heavenly. I don't blame you, I would keep it out year around, too. Blessings to you! Vicki

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Evening Lenore sweetie...
I have so enjoyed looking at your beautiful decorations this evening. I love the Santas under the cloche that you made.

So very beautiful. I too have used the artificial snow this year. It is messy, but I so love the look. It is so real looking.

Your mercury glass is so breathtaking. I think I would just leave those out year round and decorate around them. So beautiful.

Please stop by and say hi. I would love to have you visit.

Country hugs...Sherry

Diann said...

Hi Lenore!

Everything looks so beautiful! So pretty!

Hootin' Anni said...

so glittery!! And gorgeous!!!

Mine's posted now...it's another new one for my collection of Holiday Decor..La Befana

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Very pretty! You did good. :)

TinyBear said...

Love your Christmas decorations Lenore - those glass ornaments are soooo pretty - I would have trouble putting them away too.
have a wonderful weekend
~ Tina

Lora said...

I love your arrangements! Very festive and beautiful!

Frippery said...

Very pretty. I use Epsom Salts for my fake snow. I love the mercury glass, It can stay out through the winter too.

Kim @ Starshine Chic said...

I adore your decor. And you are right about the faux snow. It can make a mess. Thanks for sharing (not the mess, but the decor). And thanks for visiting my blog & leaving me a comment on my Christmas decor.

Lynda @ Elegance Reclaimed said...

It all looks so pretty.

Your mercury glass is just WONDERFUL ! A treasure to keep safe for sure.

Thanks for sharing and have a GRAND weekend.

QueenBe said...

I am so glad you stopped by my blog, so that I discovered yours. I love what you have done with the cloches and arrrangements. We have very similar tastes, we love the same things I see! Happy Holidays!

BailiwickDesigns said...

Love your Christmas decor! I like using cloches too, but haven't come across them yet in the unpacking. ::Jill

Sea Angels said...

How deliciously pretty, I agree I hate taking them all down after the holidays, yours are so twinkley.
Hugs Lynn xxxx

Chari said...

Hi Lenore...

I just read your sweet note that you left on my frenchy studio post...thanks so much for coming by and for your kind and generous compliments!!!

My friend, I just love all of your fabulous Christmas vignettes! Of course, I think my favorite is the vignette with all your gorgeous mercury glass...sooo pretty! I hear ya...I wouldn't want to put away those pretty mercury glass ornaments either! It think I'd be looking for a way to use them and keep them out...hehe!

Ohhh...and I just love that last photo...beautiful vignette!!! And...I love seeing your fabulous living room peeking out too! Love your fireplace and those beautiful red trees on the mantel!!!

Have a super Sunday, my friend!!!
Chari @Happy To Design

Jodie LeJeune said...

Hi Lenore!
It was so nice to wake up to your comment this morning and even more nice to visit your blog here! Your Christmas decorations are fantastic!!! I scrolled down and also looked at all your wonderful holiday photos too...hope you don't mind. I've enjoyed my visit here and I'm so glad I got meet you.
everything vintage

ps...it's okay to leave all of that beauty up after the holidays...it's too pretty to put away! :)

Laura said...

Hi Lenore-
I enjoyed visiting your blog and thank you so much for stopping by mine. I love your mercury glass ornaments and tree- in fact I have some myself!

It will be hard to put them away in a couple of weeks.

Laura

~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~ said...

What a sweet blog you have I enjoyed the visit. I love bottles too and I'll be posting mine this week.~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

Chrissy said...

I LOVE this post,every last detail!!!

Kathy-Catnip Studio said...

Lenore, thanks for stopping by, and I am soooo inspired by your gorgeous arrangements!

Tammy said...

Hi Lenore,
Thank you for stopping by and leaving such a sweet comment yesterday. I love your table settings. They are gorgeous! The cloche's are such a great way to present still lifes. Lovely.

Have a wonderful Thurday,
Tammy