Christmas Decor

I'm keeping Christmas simple this year. 

I've been decorating here and there and not going overboard. 
The wreath is on our front door. 
The Christmas lights are up. 
The mantel is decorated.
Fall has really felt more like winter here. The weather has been bone chilling cold. I think that is why I've decorated my mini Christmas tree with flowers.
For the top of the tree I added a bow that I made out of wired ribbon.
The tree trunk I covered with a lace doily. I added the pink and white pearls. 
Here I added some pinecones. Some I dipped in wax.
 Can you tell I'm wishing for spring? 
I hope Santa brings it early this year. 
Thanks for stopping by!


Art and Sand said...

I love what you consider "simple".

How fun to have trees outdoors that you can light up.

Laura @ duke manor farm said...

spring can come, but first my kids need to see a little bit of snow in north east ga then old man winter can leave! Happy Holidays

Unknown said...

Wow Dee! Your decorations are so beautiful! I love them. Continue to enjoy the season.

Anonymous said...

So pretty, Dee! Your decorations are so festive! I love your flower tree and the candle is perfect for your mantel! Merry Christmas!

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Very pretty, Dee! I kept things simple this year, too. It will be easier and quicker to put away. : ) I would wish for an early Spring, but I think we are in for a cold and snowy Winter. We are expecting more snow overnight tonight.

Linda said...

Beautiful Dee!! I think we all relish a simpler Christmas this year.

Maureen Wyatt said...

I like all the pastel touches in your Christmas decor. With two crazy kittens in my house I have to keep it pretty simple here, too.

Gina said...

Your mini Christmas tree looks lovely decorated with flowers! The lacy doily for the tree skirt is so pretty & clever too.

The Polka Dot Closet said...

glad to hear others have gone simple too. I think part of it for me was the short holiday season. Wow, I heard you folks up north are having an early cold snap!!


Gloria said...

I like the touch of pearls, all very pretty- you could leave the flowered tree up till Spring. It's been bitter cold here, too and it's not even officially Winter yet.

Poppy @ With a Dash of Color said...

How pretty! Love how you decorated your Christmas trees!The mini trees are so cute and I like how you added the lacey doily as a tree skirt:)Currently we are in the middle of a snow storm:( Merry Christmas! Hugs, Poppy

Ricki Treleaven said...

Your wreath is so pretty. And I love hoe you've decorated your Christmas trees outside. *nice*

Ricki Jill

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Dee,
You did very wisely for decorating with flowers!
Ever since our three winters in the tropics I have to drag myself through winter season... we got spoiled. Yes, we are ready for spring!

Ivy and Elephants said...

LOVE your cute little floral tree! It looks like such a fun project, and I love the great color. Sooo cute!

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

Simple is always best in my opinion! Lovely and festive decor as always.

The Vintage Chateau said...

I adore the floral tree! I'm downsizing my decorating this year too!

ANNE said...

Oh how pretty! I love the flowers!! I`m sure I would never have thought of this - beautiful look!

Calypso In The Country said...

Your decorations are beautiful! I always start out thinking I am going to go simple, then I just keep pulling more and more out - and once the kids get involved, forget it! I am hoping for an early spring but I think we are getting snow AGAIN tonight! Ugh! Enjoy your week!

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Thanks so much for stopping by!!

Love your Christmas decor!


Brandi said...

I'm with you Dee, I've kept things simple too. Less to take down!! Love your tree. It reminds me of spring flowers.

Danni@SiloHillFarm said...

Well although Christmas has come and gone, as I said, I'm having breakfast with your blog this morning and catching up a little...a flower Christmas tree is perfect for reminding us that spring is indeed on the way!


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