Sunday, December 6, 2009

A little bit of Christmas!

I have finally decorated for Christmas, but today I'm going to show you a small table that I decorated!





I put snowflakes and Christmas ornaments in my apothecary jar! I found this cute peppermint candle at Wal-Mart, and I got this beautiful frame from Kristen over at Kristens Creations.

Have you decorated for Christmas?

10 comments:

Melissa Miller said...

It's beautifully done Lori!
I love the frame Kristen made you! :)

Anna said...

the little table display looks so cute, I really want an apothecary jar like that! where did you get yours?

SILVIA said...

hi Lori its really nice to meet you too! thank you for stopping by my blog tonight and your lovely comment, i hope you stop by again soon,now i'm off to browse
yours;-))..thanks again...

xx

Libbie said...

What a perfect Christmas touch! I dream of the days when I can have little touches like this around again. I am afraid it will be many years withj 2 boys around! So please enjoy it for me too~ I will just have to admire from afar :)

Darcie said...

Very Pretty! Love to see all that people come up with in blogland. Fun seeing everyone decorate with their special touch.

Lynette said...

Looks so pretty!!

When did you paint your walls that color? I don't remember them like that?

I need to find some snow like that!

Ms Bibi said...

It look so pretty.

I decorated yesterday....most of it that is.

BonjourRomance said...

Bonjour Lori!
Thank you for stopping by and following my blog. You've done a fabulous job decorating this table. The apothecary jar is a great touch.
ALso enjoyed the crystal wreath a few posts back. So glad I came by and will be back soon!

Karen at Nittany Inspirations said...

This is such a welcoming display.

Natasha said...

Lori this looks gorgeous! I love the jar. I have been looking everywhere here for a peppermint candle but can't find one. I hope that there might be some on sale when we get to America in January!

Hope you are having a wonderful time in the days leading up to Christmas.

Best wishes, Natasha.

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