Thursday, December 17, 2015

Christmas Window in our Window

I've fallen quite a bit behind in my posts for the Holiday season. The unexpected trip back home and having my daughter here from NY were priorities. 
Now, I can get on with sharing the decor that I actually started on Nov. 1st!

Our bay window all decked out for Christmas in the kitchen.

 I love creating a window in a window display as I have done for seasons before.

Our little personalized stockings, that I made last year, accent the eight paned display.

They hung from our mantel for Christmas  last year.

The bay window's ledge is doubling as a sideboard for plates, flatware and napkins.

I added the grain sack stripes to the napkins for our Christmas tablescape last year, too.

 These plates were a score, last summer, from the Salvation Army. They're vintage plates by 
Everyday Gibson.
I'll be using them for our tablescape for "just two" for our Christmas dinner and I'll be sharing it after we enjoy our very special time together.

I brought our outside lantern in.

A fluffy white owl is displayed on a vintage wooden hanger that I shared in an earlier post.

 I love this penguin sitting in my Pfaltzgraff bowl.
T. Bear, my beloved, antique, german teddy is driving a Christmas delivery truck.

 I think it's worth another look...

 or maybe two.

And here's everything in full view.

Wishing you all a very Happy Holiday and New Year!

 Love, Hugs and Kisses,

and Gucci, too!

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1 comment:

A coastal crafty admirer! said...

Janet - these photos don't do your home justice, but they're close :)
Your talents are head-shakingly inspiring and I just love your style AND what each object says about YOU!