Friday, January 2, 2009

2008 Christmas Decor

I don't think we'll be leaving our decor up for another week anymore because our tree is looking very very sad :(, so I thought I'd do a little photo post of our Christmas decor before it comes down. Isn't so fun to decorate your nest? I already have ideas brimming for 2009 - stockings that need to be made, more vintage ornaments found for an advent calendar, and many other things. It seems forever away, but time flies when you're having fun so I know it will be here before I know it!










Have a great weekend!

9 comments:

Jade said...

It all looks great! Stockings eh? What are you thinking about doing? I bought the good ole set at Pottery Barn and now I'm not digging them so much. Figures. ;)

The Rozell Family said...

yeah, looks beautiful! I especially love those angels! I kinda wish now I had bought some for me too! I think they were recycled tin right? we are taking down our beautiful little tree today, i am very very sad. I want to leave it up all year!:)

Thimbleina said...

Happy New Year to you all. Lovely ornaments. Love the pictures from Christmas and your little girl looks beautiful in the photos.

Jashley and Grant said...

I am adoring the snowmen!

Leigh said...

I love love love your Christmas atmosphere! Isn't it hard to part with come January? It looks like you all had a magical, beautiful, love-filled holiday. Happy New Year!

Amy said...

hi you-
love the letter blocks. I have an obsession for letter blocks.
We did the crocheted snowflakes this year, too. Did you make yours? (alas, I did not - got them at the thrift store, pre-starched, for 25 cents apiece) - I want to learn...

Kotori said...

Love your mantle... simple and sweet. Just perfect!

Angela Harris said...

I can't get enough of your simple look that is so Clean and beautiful!
Have you contacted anyone about that GreenCraft magazine or Artful Blogging. I'll be forever bugging you about that! :)

modern eve said...

i have that very same blue little snowman creature from my grand-mother-in-law. i collect vintage ornaments and she found that in her attic for me...very random, but i loved seeing it on your blog!