The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

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I love Christmas!  I love unwrapping the treasured ornaments, and making new ones that will be treasured in years to come.  This year I got a new Balsam Hill tree and it is wonderful! (they did not pay me to say that).  I considered getting a cut tree because the smell is so lovely, but stringing lights is not lovely at all.  Besides, I can’t wait to put up the tree and a cut one would dry out too soon.  Happy compromise!  Without further blathering, I present some of my Christmas decor…

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Thank you for visiting!  Have a wonderful holiday of your own!

Heather

Sharing with these most excellent blog parties:

Vintage Inspiration Party at My Salvaged Treasures, Songbirdblog, Knick of Time, and Beyond the Picket fence

Shabbilicious Friday  at Shabby Art Boutique

 Christmas in the Country at Creative Country Mom

Creating Christmas at Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson

 

 

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6 Responses to The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

  1. Jacqueline says:

    Hello Heather! The tree looks wonderful! I love the topper you have chosen. You have some darling ornaments. The angels and the sheep caught my eye. Love the garland on your mantel too. Glad to see you have a great kickoff to the season! I have a little greeen tree in a bucket in addition to my white tree. Gotta smell those greens! J.

  2. Ceekay says:

    I am crazy about your shadow boxes. I did one this year, but Now I want more….isn’t that always the way? Merry Christmas!

  3. Jann Olson says:

    Your tree is gorgeous and I love all of your vintage vignettes! I loved each and every photo! Thanks for sharing it with Creating Christmas. I will be sharing this on my blog tomorrow.
    hugs,
    Jann

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