Tuesday, December 12, 2017

The Plaid Tree and The Foyer..

 Good morning!
We are in the foyer today with the Plaid tree.. This tree is a 4 foot tree, and it is sitting in a thrift store basket on a stool from the Flea market..
 The plaid ribbon is woven through the tree and is the tree topper.. ornaments with plaid trim and white deer ornaments from the Dollar tree take up most of the tree.. Icy picks, and cotton branches are also included..

 By the front door is a tree with mini glass ornaments sitting in a vintage galvanized bucket..

 On the table is a lantern with a lantern topper I made from greenery, cotton branches , Christmas floral picks and ribbons..A Dept. 56 Santa ...some Dollar Tree ornaments and a little stitched Chalkboard piece..
 The wrought iron basket holds a couple Santa's ..pine cones and greenery .. The sign Chelsea made from a gift bag sits on top of the basket .. On top of the green cabinet is a fabulous Santa I got at an Estate sale a couple years ago.. stitching and Dept. 56 Santa's ..and a vintage scale..I made the red JOY sign from craft store wood letters and glued to a red painted board.. The JOY on the stairs is also made from wood craft show letters..a stack of thrift store picnic baskets sits with a glitter house on top.. A little Christmas tree shaped chair also has a  glitter house on top!
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4 comments:

Kathleen George said...

Your mini tree with glass ornaments is sweet:). A treat to look at each photo and see your Christmas home.
Hi Ronnie! Kathleen in Az

connie said...

Love all your decorating and stitching...Little Ronnie always makes me smile..Love that sweet face..

Carol said...

There is just something about plaid and Christmas that I just love--such beautiful scenes you've created, Priscilla!

Maggee said...

Lots to see and inspire us! I may have to make the rounds of some additional stores next week! Thanks again for sharing! Hugs!