I am done with the decorating. I will still be rearranging until the day I take it down, and I actually did more than I thought I would.
The sled I bought from an Amish carpenter in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania in the early 90's. It is not large but solid wood and heavy.
The reindeer is the passenger rather than the "horsepower" with this sled.
My pretty- close- to- being- vintage Precious Moments Nativity. My mother won it at a church Christmas fair in the early 80's. The angel usually has the place of honor on top of the tree, she is also close to 25 years old, but I put a new star up instead.
Some of my vintage (1950's) Gurley candles. Never knew their name until I recently saw them on Pinterest.
The entertainment center is hard to photograph so I just chose my favorite cubby. The potpourri in the dish is several years old and still fragrant. It is called Jingle Bells, and it contains two rusty old jungle bells.
Stockings made by me getting ready to be hung. Mine is missing, along with a few other things. In 1100 square feet you would think that it would be easy to find things. Not!
Now I need to wrap some gifts and get them by the tree. Sharing my very favorite Christmas song. I get more stuff done while bopping around to this music.
Joining The Tablescaper for Seasonal Sundays and soon-to-be-Auntie Natasha at 5 Minutes Just For Me. Stop by to wish these ladies Feliz Navidad!