Even though I’m still not finished with my Christmas decoration, it’s quite Christmassy in our living room. Would you like to take a look?
This vintage wooden thingy I had found at the flea market this year. It’s part of a meat grinder or something like that. I’ve just printed out one of my favorite Christmas graphics from THE GRAPHICS FAIRY and added a bit of seam binding and a small bauble.
A large pine cone in a painted peat pot. Fast and easy to make.
These lace and/or button trees I had sewn last year. They were pretty time-consuming but I think it was worth it.
These two lace trees were fun to make.
A large French canning jar, filled with lots of small pine cones and embellished with another beautiful image from
This package came from Carola over at Boxwood Cottage, when we had a swap last year. I had re-wrapped the box because it looked so very pretty and use it now for my Christmas decoration.
This is the second cake stand I had bought this year and painted white.
I have a collection of cast-iron Christmas tree stands. A couple of them I have painted white and use them as candle holders. This is one of my favorites.
Lisa’s tobacco tin ornament was just perfect to use as a decoration for this shutter.
Since the tree needs some more ornaments before I can show it, I’m off to the studio now …
I’m linking up today with The Graphics Fairy’s Brag Monday
and on Friday with Debra’s Vintage Inspiration Friday
Have a wonderful time until Christmas and don’t get stressed out too much by all the preparations.