Dec 9, 2013

~ holidecor

I finally finished decorating for the holidays. (Now that Christmas is 2 weeks away!) I say the same thing every year… I am not into tons of decorations for Christmas, but I do like to get out a few things. I love the tree and the holiday pots, and who doesn't enjoy a little Christmas music?

This gingerbread tray holds our past Christmas cards...







Couldn't resist these MacKenzie-Childs holiday dish towels...

The red berries are quite festive in the green pots...


The tree is a bit smaller than in recent years… fine with me!





My good friend Kyle Robino of Old Market Habitat did my pots this year. I think they are fabulous! The best ever!

I love how she did the ribbon on this topiary...








Just in time for the snow...



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15 comments:

Sarah said...

Jan, it all looks lovely. I'm curious about how the pots are done. Are they filled with cut greens or growing greens? If cut greens, how long to they stay fresh looking? What are they planted in? Thanks for the info. Happy Holidays………Sarah

CÉLINE CHOLLET said...

Hello Jan !
Very nice ! Lovely house with the snow...I love the bricks and dark green shutters !
Have a nice day !
Céline.

The enchanted home said...

You call that just a few touches? I call it going all out and looking beautiful! Love the pots...and with the new snow, its like their "christening" for the season:)

Wanda @ No Place Like Home said...

Your beautiful home looks wonderful and festive.

Bonny Neiman said...

Just beautiful!! I see that you have included a solution to my dilemma of how to decorate the flower pot with the boxwood in it already...I will be tackling that job...thank you thank you.
Merry Christmas!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Jan, Your Christmas decorations are gorgeous! I am late decorating too and just getting started today.

marsha cannon said...

I think your decorations are lovely! I am not quite finished yet but hope to get there in the next couple of days. I do not like it when the calendar pulls this trick of Thanksgiving and Christmas coming so close together!

David & Dianne said...

Wow, so beautiful, everything! Finally you have like normal Christmas colors like red and green--haha. Do I have Kyle to thank for that???

BRASWELL said...

not quite finished with my decorations yet + yours looks GREAT! HappyMonday
xxpeggybraswelldesign.com

Cindy Weis said...

Jan, I always enjoy seeing your house you have such a talent, holiday decorations look beautiful, wishing you and the family happy holidays.

Normangirl said...

Your Christmas touches are beautiful! I spy all those MacKenzie Childs ornament boxes under your tree...lucky recipients...wanna new friend from Oklahoma?? HaHa!

therelishedroost said...

They did a gorgeous job with your pots!! The house looks so festive!!!

Legally Wed said...

Wow, your Christmas decorations are gorgeous. Could you tell me where you got that gingerbread tray?

Libby said...

Jan: Well, I have yet to begin my Christmas decorations! Shame on me, right? I am hoping tomorrow…well, I had best do it, as we're having a party on Sunday! Yours are beautiful; I'm loving all those berries and greens. And just enough snow to make it perfect for your photo shoot!

linda said...

Your decorations (and house!) are beyond gorgeous!!!!
-linda,ny