Christmas Decorations 2010

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

This is the first year Avery has really been able to be a part of the decorating, so putting up the Christmas tree was tons of fun. Hot cocoa, the wonder of unwrapping each ornament, hanging multiple ornaments from the same spot, and hearing "more, more" filled the evening. Actually keeping the ornaments on the tree is the new challenge. Our living room decorations are pretty traditional. I haven't found the perfect spot for my "time for Christmas" garland, but the large clock on the mirror boasts the saying.
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The dining room is all pink and glittery.

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Did you even have to guess what would be in the kitchen? It's simply sweet!

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You can find the details here on the yarn wreath above the mantel from last year. There is also a yarn wreath tutorial here. The cute vanilla ice cream recipe card in the jingle bell clip is from Heather Bailey.

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I hope you're starting off the holidays with joy and celebration!!

Check out the sweet contest that Bless Your Heart (the best shop on ever!!) is hosting on their blog!!!

8 comments:

  1. I love the way you decorated for Christmas!!

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  2. Pretty and colourful - a very happy place to be.

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  3. creative! i love different takes on the holidays...yummy! i know your daughter must love it, esp the pink feathers. :)

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  4. Oooo... I love that red cake stand! Adorable. Your dining room is so girly and pink. Love it!

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  5. How SWEET !!! Everything looks so Happy- perfect for a young family to enjoy !!! The red cake stand is just adorable !

    thanks for sharing,
    gena
    www.thehouseonlavenderhill.blogspot.com

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  6. oh my gosh, so so soooo cute!!! i LOVE it all! everything looks darling! this is what i would expect to see inside of a gingerbread house ;)
    so sweet, you did a wonderful job!!
    hope ya'll are having a great week =)

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  7. OMG! You are the cutest...you are dreaming of a PINK Christmas, just like me!! xo K

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