Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Winter Galvanized Centerpiece

Good Morning !
I am still loving decorating this galvanized tray that I got at Sam's club this spring for the seasons!
 Here it is all dressed up for the winter..The tree you see in the background is the ice skate tree that stays up all winter..I also keep up the snowman tree in the family room and this year I am keeping up the flocked tree too.. Can't go treeless after having 13 of them :)

 This little snowman is a Fitz and Floyd piece..I used alot of glittery pinecones..greenery and snowflakes.Bottle brush trees and glitter branches..
 This snowman is from the Goodwill ..its a pair of salt and pepper shakers. The deer and trees are from BHG at Walmart ..more salt and pepper shakers.
 There are little Putz type house ornaments  that came from  Joann Fabrics.
 The painted mason jars on top hold greens , snowflakes and some red berries..

It's a cold one here today ! School is closed because of the temperatures !
Christmas is almost all put away is one last shot of the big tree..
All the Prairie Schooler ornaments are back in their drawer to wait for next year .. Hope there are more of them !
Everyone always asks where everything gets stored.. here are all the Fitz and Floyd Santas in their closet in the basement ..
Still working on Januarys stitching projects ...hope to finish them this week !
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Linking to these fabulous parties !


Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

I really LOVE that tray!!

And how you decorate it. I can't believe I missed it at Sam's Club but will be looking out for it this spring in case they bring it back!!

It will be some time before I get Christmas down...

Beth L. said...

I do love this. Especially the way you have decorated it.

I have a smaller version I got from Cocalico Creek Country store at Leesport Flea Market.(in PA) NO Sam's Club club near to me. I also have collected up a few vintage tin pans and some spools to try and make my own this winter.

CraftyGurl said...

I LOVE your decorations. That BIG tree is beautiful...... I always hate to see my decorations come down after Christmas. This year we only put up a small 4ft tree since our elderly dog went blind I did not want to block his walkway..... But I still made sure to put my special handmade ornaments on that little tree.
Hope you are staying warm in the cold, I know I am. It is going down to 15 tonight in South Carolina.. YIKES!
Have a great Day!!!

Kris said...

Oh mercy, it is cold where you are!! I don't think I would leave the coziness of home. I love your tray on the table with all the pretties.
I need a basement!!!! We have to box and place in the garage rafters.
The picture of Ronnie, or is it Reagan? It cracks me up!!!
Stay warm!
XO Kris

Jane@Bluebird1959 said...

Such a fun tray, all decked out for winter. The cute little deer nestled in just takes the cake! We are cold here today as well...20 - 30 below windchills. Brrr! School is still on...35 below windchill seems to be the breaking point for us. At least it's sunny! Jane

Robbie Parker said...

found you from IG...Love the tray and your Christmas tree!! Gorgeous. and the dog under the blanket...precious! Hope you have a wonderful week

Nici @ Posed Perfection said...

Love your galvanized centerpiece! Christmas must be so fun at your house. The decorations are all so merry and bright! Hope your 2015 is off to a great start!

Pamela said...

Love it! When I shared your Christmas one over on my blog FB page they all went crazy over it. It went viral! Hope they came over to visit with you. Thank you for coming to the party.

Kathleen George said...

I love homemade ornaments and your monthly stitching is beautiful. Awww your dog looks so cute and cozy. Keep warm, Kathleen in Az

Barb said...

I would never have thought of using the salt and pepper shakers the way that you do. It's a great idea! Tray looks beautiful.

Carmen Laird said...

Love your tray and your centerpiece! So industrial/farmhouse looking!

Carol said...

Such a great looking centerpiece, Priscilla--I love spotting each little accent piece that you've put into the tray... The reindeer are adorable, too--great idea for using salt and pepper shakers.

And I loved seeing the line-up of all your PS Santas. How wonderful! I really need to work on some of the annual ones this year, too.

Happy New Year to you!

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Hello, I'm visiting via Home Sweet Home. Your centerpiece is so neat and creative! And your pooch is adorable all snug in that beautiful afghan!
Happy New Year!
Gina at Victorian Wanna Be

Jann Olson said...

Priscilla, you always create a wonderful scene in that galvanized tiered tray! It really is a fun piece. Thanks for sharing with SYC.

Lori @ Dining Delight said...

Love your décor in your tiered galvanized tray! I liked hearing that you still have some "winter" trees up! I can't bear to be without lights around at this time of year and after having so many at Christmas. I always leave some up on the mantel and a few other places but maybe I'll take a hint from you and do a winter tree!

The Charm of Home said...

Awesome tray I love how you styled it.

The Charm of Home said...

Awesome tray I love how you styled it.

Robin Johnson said...

Your centerpiece is so perfect for the winter. Love it.