This morning I could hardly wait to jump out of bed and start decking the halls. I put on comfy clothes and delved right in.
Well, I did take time to eat breakfast. If you know me you know that I love tradition. At my house it’s tradition to have pie for breakfast the day after Thanksgiving. Maybe not for my hubby, but it is for me. lol!
A sliver of pecan and coconut cream. Now that’s a breakfast for champions! Really, did I get enough cream on that pecan slice? Sure was tasty, but I must admit; I’m not quite up to it like I use to be (in my younger days) I could only eat half. Oh don’t you worry, it didn’t go to waste (probably did go to waist). Perfect mid morning snack!
I started in the living room and then bounced into the entry. I am mixing things up this year so I could hardly sleep last night. Visions, not necessarily of sugar plums; but still visions danced in my head.
Here’s a little sneak peek. . .
I will be sharing this entire room for our Creating Christmas blog hop.
Evergreen sprigs snipped from my small pine trees were placed in bottles upon an old pharmacy box. Mercury glass helps to give it a vintage feel.
My Santa and sleigh I found earlier this year at Star Mill. I love it! I placed a bottle brush tree in my large Mason jar.
Pearls of wisdom. . .a treasured gift from a friend.
The metal reindeer were another Star Mill find a couple years ago.
vintage beads sparkle and shine!
I hope you will join us for our party. Till then, you’ll find me decking the halls, and the family room, and the kitchen. Hee-hee! You get the picture!
I will be partying with: