Thursday, December 13, 2012

Christmas foyer and dining room 2012

Thanks for stopping by, Here is the Foyer decorated for Christmas. Theres a flocked garland over the mirror, a decomesh wreath hanging on the mirror. The stairs have a garland of evergreens ( real and fake) ribbons, some dollar tree ornaments and white lights.

There are Santas and snowmen , the vintage tool box under the table is filled with greens , hydrangias, a sign and a snowgirl.

this tree on the stairs is decorated with all felt ornaments, a twig and berry garland. No lights ( theres no outlet )!

 Love these Dept. 56 Santas.. Mr and Mrs. Claus scrapbooking , and looking at the scrapbook.. are two of my favorites
I Made this coffee filter wreath 2 nights ago, Love how it looks hanging on the china cabinet. I added a sparkly silver reindeer and a gold organza ribbon. The cabinet holds more fitz and floyd and theres a garland across the top.

 My husbands village.. He sets this up every year , He does such a good job.. The houses are a mix from Joann fabrics, Kohls and a couple dept. 56 pieces.

 Fitz and floyd on the dining room buffet..
Thanks as always for your visits and comments ! Hope you are all having a wonderful holiday season !

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Gorgeous! Your home looks so festive and the Christmas village is simple fabulous! I love all your pretty pieces and beautiful things to create a winter wonderland and the season to be jolly. The buffet is so pretty and I'm crazy about the F&F car, santa and each lovely item. Happy holidays.

Barb said...

I have loved seeing your Holiday home pictures. Your home is truly amazing!

Kathy Olson said...

Oh, I love that holiday village! How fun! Your whole family must enjoy seeing that set up each year. Thanks for sharing your home and Merry Christmas!

Liz@ HomeandGardeningWithLiz said...

Wow you have gone all out! You have a fabulous collection of village pieces. I have them too but haven't been putting them out for a while. I feel bad about that! You did a great job of setting it up. I have all Dickens pieces. Your Fitz and Floyd pieces on the buffet are lovely!