Yesterday I showed you my vintage plaids in my entry. Plaid Tidings
Now, I thought I’d show you the rest.
Welcome to the great outdoors, indoors!
A feather tree sets inside a rustic sleigh on top of my cabinet. It’s tucked in amongst greenery, pinecones, berries, and a few paper bird ornaments made by my daughter, Kylee. When I pulled my tree out I noticed that the shape was ski-wampus. Decided I kind of liked it that way. The rustic wooden trees were a Christmas gift from my friend, Joyce years ago. My large white lantern holds pinecones and is adorned with, (what else?) a plaid bow.
I found the little red cardinals last year. They seem to be right at home in my feather tree.
Today, while digging through more totes I found this stocking. Knew right where it belonged.
My rustic sled and skis are right at hand if by chance we get more snow.
I love my little children’s Lake Placid ice skates. Found in Door County, Wisconsin.
If you’re not up to sledding or skiing, how about snowshoeing? I painted the rustic Santa ages ago. Really, I mean ages!
I added a little rustic charm on each of the three shelves. . .
The lantern was an estate sale find. I swooned when I spied the red glass. A plaid cooler and a pair of rusty metal ice skates.
How fun is this old Mincemeat jar?
Vintage clocks reminding us it’s Winter time sit upon a couple of old books. I added a small garland of rusty jingle bells. Love that red book with the blue.
Snowflakes hanging from an old window frame complete the outdoorsy feel.
Even if it gets cold outside. We’ll be warm in our outdoors, indoors!