December 15, 2008

Decking the Halls

Now that I've made my final (hopefully) trip to the post office for this holiday season, I can start decorating the house a bit.

This snowman was carved just for me a few years ago by my friend Sue. Remember her? She made my wedding cake topper. Isn't it cute? Mickey ears, sewing tools, hockey skates and a quilt...perfect.

Little George is hanging out in the kitchen window. We've got a larger version of this guy that lives in our room all year (that's how bad we are with the cuddly toys).

I can't resist a snowman, especially one that's filled with soap! (You can get one here.)

The first ornament on our tree again this year. A little craftsmanship from my lovely friend Jenn. It's adorable, no?

My Grandpa's Christmas tree sits on our dining room table. It looks even better at night!

Now for some holiday baking.


Amy Herbst said...

That wooden snowman is amazing!!

Mrs.Kwitty said...

Cute stuff!! I really love that little snowman from Jenn...such a perfectly big ol' nose!

I have to get cracking on the decorating too--haven't started yet, yikes!

Smiles, Karen

Jannie aka Chickengirl said...

waahhhh I want the snowman soap dispenser!!!!!!

Manderly-Rose said...

I love the snowman soap dispenser. I haven't decked the halls in years due to frisky, climbing kitties with claws. I get visions of cats going through the front window attached to a's nice to get a peak into other's decorated homes. Thanks!

Christina J. said...

Wow, I love the wooden snowman. Your friend is very talented! I have that very same snowman ornament. :)

We have some snow here--with another 3 - 6" today--but it's too cold to make a snowman. I'm just going to admire the snowmen in your post.

LizzieJane said...

What wonderful decorations and each one comes from someone special, good luck with your baking, I am sure it will be wonderful.

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