Friday, December 18, 2009

~photos of past Christmas decorations~

I made the above stockings from
an old matelasse bedspread & antique lace
Some of the photo charms on this white tree
I made using solider & glass..


some of the above houses
my grandchildren & I made

this tree was upstairs in grandchildrens room
a few years ago
I love this tree!
photo taken Dec. 2008
My pink cottage
looks the same this year as in these past photos..
except I added a pink tree & a large
pink painted wood sled to the front porch

pink wreath with pink lights

pink Santa I made from
an antique ironing board

I found this old sled at a flea market for a few dollars
& painted it pink
my wood, plaster, and ceramic Santa's.. fun to make!


I made the above "Sunbonnet girl" stocking in 1982
the year I moved into my cottage
I used them last year..

I made these Carnival stockings using photos
of my grandchildren
stocking
I made from an old chenille bedspread

stocking made from old 40s tablecloth
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These are all old photos...

11 comments:

Marilyn said...

Oh Honey, you have more talent in your little finger than most of people have in their whole bodies!! This post is a delight to my eyes!! Real eye-candy!!
Merry Merry Christmas!!
Marilyn
xxoo

The French Bear said...

Oh my, how beautiful everything is. I love the pink, it is so fabulous, where did you ever find all pink wreaths and garlands!!!! Truly works of art, you are such an inspiration!!!!!
Wonderful decor!
Hugs,
Margaret B

Jerri said...

I especially love the tree in your grandchildren's room.....I put pink skates on the door of our garage....I have something about pink and skates, my tree if full of them.....

Jerri

IsabellasCloset said...

Thanks Margaret, I found the pink garlands & wreath (all have pink lights too) at a close out store for only $4.99 each. They also had lavender, mint green, powder blue, and yellow...
The pink reminds me of my daughter Nikki that passed away..she wore a pink helmet because of seizures.
My middle daughter makes fun of my outdoor pink and calls it the "cotton candy cottage"..
Happy Holidays! ~Mary~

Darcys Knotty Knitter said...

Wow I bet the grandkids love it at your house so pretty so happy so Christmas;)
My 3 yr old is doing ballarina turns to your blog music:) Hugs Darcy

aBohemianMarket said...

Hi Mary:
You always go all out and I love it!!!
I wish I were your neighbor so I could come over and relax in your cottage. It would be so much fun for me!!!
You have a great weekend, my Friend
love & hugs
carole

IsabellasCloset said...

Carole, I did not go all out this year. Didn't decorate inside. Only the pink stuff outside.
I'd LOVE it if your were my neighbor we would have so much fun!
Hugs ~Mary~

The Urban Chic said...

Mary, what beautiful decorations. I wish I had half of your talent. I barely took out a couple of trees and my kitchen looks bare without all the gingerbreads. I also love the pink wreath, but down here in the south, you don't find neat things like that. I did spray paint a wreath one year, black for Halloween and now they have them in the stores---go figure. If they had pink heat resistant paint, I would end up painting all my greenery pink and white. Have a Blessed and Joyous Christmas. Love, Hugs, and Prayers, Pat

Amy. said...

So very fun to peek around and see everything again!!
Amy

GrandmaK said...

How very charming and friendly this visit has been. Thank you and Merry Christmas!!! Cathy

Primary Work at Home said...

Wow I like this one. Great work! Thanks for sharing this one.