Thursday, December 5, 2013

It's Beginning To Look....

Due to the fact that yesterday was my day off farm chores
(thanks to Jim filling in for me)
and also due to the fact that I am under the weather right now
(my annual dose of laryngitis)....

I spent no time with my precious four legged friends yesterday...
but instead stayed in the house and decorated for Christmas.
So today I will share with you some of our Christmas decor.

The tree in the living room....


 covered in snowmen ornaments


And homemade felted mittens.


A tiny tree in the guest bedroom...


in shades of silver.


The tree in the family room....


a woodland Christmas theme.


Fresh greens tucked in every corner...


covering the mantle...


Whimsical snowmen in a Christmas village...


And a whimsical Santa sitting in the antique scales on the kitchen counter.


Today I am back out with my critter friends.
Oh, how I miss them when I am not with them!


Pretty soon it will be time to deck them out for Christmas, too!!
What fun!

29 comments:

  1. Your home is so warm and inviting. What lovely seasonal decor you have. Hope you're feeling better soon!

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    1. I saw Christmas Cookies on Maple Hill....will we be seeing any decorations??

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  2. A log home filled with trees, lights and ornaments must be the best! Take care of that froggy throat

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    1. There is something very special about a log home in the wintertime for sure, Lynne. Now are you going to soon check decorating your tree off your list?? Check, check, check!

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  3. Your trees are so beautiful, Bev. Your home looks so festive and inviting. I`m sure your friends missed you yesterday. Hope you are feeling better soon. Deb

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    1. Thanks Deb, and unlike your kitties, ours do not get a chance to even consider climbing the trees!!! And thanks, I am on the mend...coughing, coughing, coughing....

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    1. Thanks Cindy! Will we be seeing any trees on Prairie's Edge Farm???

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  5. Take care of yourself!!! Your house looks lovely! I would have loved to seen a video of getting that large tree inside. I know how I struggle with my 7 footer!! Oh, It's starting to look a lot like Christmas! Hugs!!

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    1. Ahhhh...the big tree is easy to get in....we have the tree farm bale it for us. Getting it out is another matter. One year our tree was enormous, and Jack had to use the chainsaw (in the living room) to cut it into sections so that we could get it back outside again!!

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  6. Your home looks so lovely filled with the Christmas spirit!
    Hope you feel better soon Bev.
    fondly,
    Penny

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  7. I see a tatted piece beside the mitten. Do you tat? I am a tatter so it always catches my eye. Beautiful trees

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    1. I did teach myself to tat a few years ago...and really enjoyed it. Although, I have not done any in a while now. Knitting replaced tatting for now.

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  8. Hope you are feeling better today. I love your Christmas decor, very cozy and warm. Your trees are beautiful! It was 27 degrees here in Marysville California; now I know that might be a high for you, but you know we Californians are NOT used this at all....well unless you live in the Tahoe region.

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    1. You are actually having colder weather than we are, Laura. It has been in the 50's this week....but more cold is on its way...after tomorrow's rain.

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  9. Your home and decorations are just beautiful ! Thanks for sharing ! Have a good week !

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  10. Hope you're feeling better. Beautiful decorations.

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  11. You did all that in one day??? It's gorgeous..So warm and festive..I'll bet it smells good too..I'm sure your buddies missed you and where happy to see you back this AM.. Hope you are feeling better..xxoo

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    1. Actually, Missy, that was two days of work. I am slowly climbing out of the pit of snot!

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  12. What a warm, lovely home you have! I enjoyed the tour!

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  13. You are always so very busy!! Lovely!!

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  14. Hope you're feeling back to normal soon.
    Your house is beautiful and your Christmas decorations make it even more so.

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  15. Thank you so very much. I love my home... in every season!

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  16. Your home is stunning, warm and full of light! What a perfect home for Christmas and family. I hope you fill it with many loved ones... there seems to be quite a lot of room!

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  17. Your home looks lovely. Feel better soon!

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