Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Holiday Home Tour 2008 - Part 2

Here are some additional pictures of the Home Tour I had at my house this past weekend. I'm doing this in separate posts as I want to be sure to include several pictures, and it is quite a task to upload and organize them. I hope you enjoy them. Your comments are most appreciated.

These small wall vases have a wire poinsetta made by my friend Sue and glittered. Lovely!

This bottle holder was originally a broom holder!

This simple vignette of cloches makes an elegant statement.

Skates, skates and more skates . . .

Awesome galvanized bin purchase at Funky Junque in Fargo!

Love, love, love those iron candleholders . . .

Who said threes a crowd! The Christmas balls were put on in bunches.

A bowl of ornaments and greens . . . how simple is that!

A window in a window wishing "Peace on Earth".

The sign above the cabinet says, "It's okay to say Merry Christmas!"

This is part two of my pictures. Hope they're inspiring you to get those ornaments out and decorate! More to come . . .


Margo said...

Love the tours. You are inspiring me to get busy. Love all your ideas.

Kari from Meadowview Farm said...

Magical, Beautiful - a Winter Wonderland! I wish I could have made the tour in person - but thanks for all the work, also, posting pictures for us "arm chair inspirees".

cindy said...

Hi, loved the tour1! I really like the "broom holder" thingy. I like how you used the ice skates as well. Thanks for sharing. Cindy

Ki said...

It is really fun to put the junk with a face! Your home is lovely and your ideas are great!

Happy Holidays!

Anonymous said...

Well..I'm soo glad I stopped by!
Your Christmas/Winter decorations are absolutely beautiful!!
thank you for the inspiration..

WhisperWood Cottage said...


I love the bell and the cloches. I can't wait to see it all in person!


Kim @ Home Is Where The Heart Is said...

What an amazing home you have...I love everything abou it! Beautiful...just beautiful!

Debra Howard said...

What cool ideas! I so enjoyed your tour.

Lanette of Cottage Elements said...

Thanks to all for your wonderful and thoughtful comments. They really mean so much to me. Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas and a blessed New Year!



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