It seems that the time goes by faster and faster each year, doesn't it? I am amazed that Christmas time is here once again, how did that happen so quickly?!
Wishing you a Christmas full of peace and sparkly wonder.
Vintage Shiney Brites, most of which belonged to hubby's mom. I love the way they look all heaped in my big apothecary jar!
It's hard to pick a favorite, but I think I would narrow it down to the bright blue ornaments, and the oval pink one, that is in the very center.
Keeping it simple here, with a bit of a French touch. I've added copies of French Christmas postcards to a frame that I already had.
My little curio cabinet, which a friend found this summer at a garage sale for me. It was a dark brown finish, and looked more than a little tired! Several coats of heirloom white and she is all freshened up, and sporting a few Christmasy touches.
Isn't this little glass cloche with the glittery house and bottle brush trees sweet?
One of my vintage silver creamers with a few tiny vintage ornaments. Love!
Sweet little angel.
My glittery snow man is one of my very favorites!
More French touches, including a tiny Eiffel Tower from Paris underneath a sweet little glass cloche. I made the decoupaged square wooden plates (in the background) last year.
More glittery creamy goodness!
One of my little peat pots. I made a bunch of these for gifts this year, and just had to keep one for myself!
A copy of vintage French Christmas sheet music, compliments of the Graphics Fairy.
And last of all, a garland around the kitchen door that I made a few years ago.
Having family over tonight for our Christmas festivities. Hope to get caught up with you all tomorrow to see what you've been up to!
Merry (almost!) Christmas!