Tuesday, December 12, 2017

~Joys of Christmas 2017~


Christmas is here and jumping 
into the spirit of the holiday upon us.
Making cookies and decorating the house.





Celebrating the season in our garden.







Stan and I made Christmas topiaries this year with succulents.







Inside we hung a stained glass window in our living room,
 my dad made.



The stockings I made when the kids were little.


I created this sweet snowmen couple out of
 vintage salt and pepper shakers.
Looking forward to the holiday celebrations ahead!


13 comments:

  1. It's all looking lovely. I especially like the stained glass piece.

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    1. Thank you Lorrie for stopping by with your sweet comment ♥

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  2. Everything is so pretty and festive! Love your little mouse ornaments. But those topiaries are amazing! Have a great week and happy holidays!

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    1. Hi Cindy, Aren't those mouse ornaments the cutest! We had a lot of fun making those topiaries. Happy Holidays to you too! ♥

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  3. I'm always amazed with your gardening endeavors but those succulent topiaries knock my socks off! I love your creations. :)

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    1. Stacey, thank you so much! We do love our gardening! ♥Happy Holidays!

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  4. Jody,

    You always amaze me with your energy---and I know it take a whole lot of energy and creativeness to do what you do. That topiary (is that Stan?) is gorgeous! Your handmade stockings are so cute-I wish I had your talent. Finally, your father has an incredible talent with stained glass!

    Happy Holidays, dear friend! I didn't begin to say how I feel about all of your lovely creations!

    Jane x

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    1. Hi Jane, speaking of energy, you definitely have it too! Going back and forth to both of your beautiful houses and keeping them decorated the way you do, amazes me too! Yes, that is Stan. He's the one you should speak to about succulents. He has quite a collection. He should have owned a nursery! Happy Holidays to you, dear friend! ♥

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  5. Jody, the little tree is beautiful. Love your tea cups. How clever with the succulent Christmas trees.

    I started baking too.

    Cindy

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    1. Happy Holidays, Cindy! Have fun baking those Christmas cookies! ♥

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  6. Thank you AnnMarie for stopping by! Happy Holidays! ♥

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  7. It`s all so beautiful. Love your cakes and the tiny houses you made.
    Have a great weekend
    Hugs from here

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