Monday, November 28, 2016

Seeking a Colonial Christmas

 I will celebrate a Colonial Christmas this year. It's just what I'm feeling. Nothing to flashy...more earthy, natural decor!  Pine cones, ivy and holly, sweet gum seed balls, rose-hips and the like. Candles burning in the windows , pretty bright apples and oranges filling bowls. Popcorn strings and cranberries, gingerbread cookies on the tree. Real things......makes for a simply beautiful Christmas.
It's what I'm feeling.

Blessings on your Christmas season


  1. I love it! Can't wait to see how you use those elements!

    Grace & Peace,

  2. Have a blessed Christmas season! Love from AZ!

  3. Love it.. Hope you and your family have a blessed and merry Christmas.. Look for ward to seeing photos of your CHristmas decor.. Hugs and prayers to you. How is your mom doing?

  4. Dear Shelley,

    I love using nature's bounty for decorating, too! I'm excited to see what you come up with.



  5. I love your idea...I love colonial! Andrea

  6. Sometimes that is just the nicest way to decorate; it smells so nice, is easy to collect the pinecones and boughs AND you can leave everything up after Christmas and on through January because it is as much of a winter decor as a Christmas decor.

  7. That sounds wonderful!!!!!! MERRY CHRISTMAS SHELLEY!!!!!!!! ((((HUGS))))

  8. Oh, that sounds like so much fun! I definitely want to try this next year. God bless you and have a wonderful Christmas!!!!


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