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Friday, December 13, 2013

On the Shelves

When you have a bunch of Christmas things, you don't stop at the tree!
You can create a fairy village, white with snow...
...or a scene magic and mysterious!
Sometimes overkill is really fun! (More to come!)

24 comments:

Willow said...

Clapping wildly, these are awesome !

Stefanie said...

So beautiful, Jeanie! I love your decoration ! You have a lot of small trees. that is cute.
This year I tried to get one of These putzhouses . Unfortunately I can´t get this in Germany. I think should build one next year by myself.
This Weekend we want to buy a real fir tree here at the countryside !

Happy Friday and happy Weekend to you and your Family.

♥ Stefanie

Jan Tanis said...

Oh so pretty!!

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Oh Jeanie, this is just beautiful!

Linda Jo said...

Beautiful! I do love my tabletop stuff! I don't have as many flat surfaces to display on as I once did! I think the day is approaching when I don't put my little houses out..... I love your things.... Merry Christmas!

The Artful Diva said...

So pretty - I didn't decorate much this year. I'm still hurting from the fall I took...did get the tree up and it is very cheerful.

Joanne Huffman said...

So pretty!

Mae Travels said...

I love miniature anything! Looks like fun.

Jenny Woolf said...

How beautiful! I am never imaginative like this with my Christmas decorations although I can do a mean Christmas card. :)

anno said...

Enchanting and magical -- an antidote to all that is cold and dark around us!

Mary said...

So wonderful! You are very creative! I love these scenes. :)

Beth M. said...

there's something about the wreath and the light that gives motion to this winter scene. so beautiful!

Dr. Kathy McCoy said...

Love the extra decorations: they're not excess at all! They're brightening the room, the house and holiday!

The Old Parsonage said...

Love it!! I'm one of those more is always better when it comes to Christmas decorating!

xo

HerzBlatt said...

How beautiful, Jeanie!! I love such scenery very much.
Have you got snow??
Here it is too warm and rainy. Hopefully next week the weather will change, but unfortunately it is often too mild around Christmas and first in January we have snow. I think we should celebrate Christmas in January..:-)
Best wishes
Iris

Barb said...

I'm counting on you to decorate for me this year, Jeanie - I see you are in full swing! Happy Holidays! I hope you're feeling well.

Friko said...

If you can’t go over the top at Christmas, when can you. I look at my traditional German figures and thing:
Pure Kitsch.

Ah well, who cares.

Keicha Christiansen said...

Your decorations are beautiful. I bet they're even better in person. Don't you just love turning on the Christmas lights with no other lights in the room. I do it every night purely for my own pleasure.

Marilyn said...

I love overkill and yours is very nice.

My daughter hasn't even put one decoration up and I wonder if it was because I did overkill when she was growing up. Neither of my children is into decorating. I hope my little "D" loves it.

Lisa from Lisa's Yarns said...

I love seeing all your Christmas decorations! So pretty! Growing up we also had decorations all over the place, like a holiday village on the banquet table in our dining room. I mostly just had a tree in my pre-Charlotte life, but could see my collection of decorations expanding over the years.

Jennifer Richardson said...

Sometimes overkill is really fun.....love it:):):)
-Jennifer

paris parfait said...

So pretty - overkill is a good thing at Christmas! :)

I need orange said...

Sometimes overkill is the only way.

Good job.

:-)

Retired English Teacher said...

Truly magical!

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