Natural, Sparkling and Polished.Friday, December 13, 2013
It has been so gloomy lately, which means dark, grainy, not so great photos. So, I hadn't had a chance to capture any of our Holiday Decor. So, Monday I had to take a little trip home for lunch and decided to pull my camera out quickly to take some shots of our living room decorations. Then, I sent them to PMP and they sorted cropped and lightened (because high noon indoors isn't really the best time either). I am so happy that I get to finally share them with you.
This is our third Christmas in our house and I think I've decorated a little differently every year. Pulling out ornaments and putting them on the tree is probably one of my favorite things to do during the Christmas season. We've collected ornaments over the past several years and I just love adding a little one here and there each year. They've become a mixture of natural materials like burlap, seashells, and pine cones mixed with glitter, snow flakes and mercury glass.
Our mantel and shelves are covered in the bottom limbs from our tree and limbs cut from the huge "Christmas tree" in our side yard. Last year I made swags - but that hasn't happened this year - yet. Our stockings are hung and the mixture of natural and sparkling continues throughout the room. Here are some bits and pieces.
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