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Friday, January 27, 2012

Deck the Halls with Hearts So Jolly!

If you've been reading The Marmelade Gypsy for any length of time, you know I love holidays and I love decorating for holidays. When December's Santas come down, January's snow people return! And more than a few of them these days are carrying hearts!

Well, Valentine's Day is only a few weeks away, so I thought I'd share a few of the things already up. This beautiful stained glass heart from a good friend starts before Christmas and stays up rather a long time (and will, long past Valentine's day!)

A few flowers? Well, what would a day of hearts and flowers be without them?

And there must be a tree! This wee one benefitted from a few Christmas tree hearts and some cheery ladybugs.

I don't think I'm done yet!

(If you haven't visited Chopsticks and String to check out my take on Diane Keaton's new memoir, come on over!)

20 comments:

  1. Love the stained glass heart!
    I will be looking for heart shaped rocks in the desert hikes!

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  2. oh, the move to pink! (and hints of spring) Love this!

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  3. This was fun and inspirational to read. I really am going to try to make some progress on taking down Christmas today. I will try to get in the Valentine's mood.

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  4. The stained glass heart is realy gorgeous. I have no Valentine's Day decorations except for come candy hearts in a candy dish.

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  5. I love that stained glass heart! And your other decorations! I used to put up these pink heart-shaped lights in college. I was known by my friends as the lover of V-Day even though I was always single! And I even converted some of them into V-day lovers! I just think it's a wonderful holiday. :)

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  6. What beautiful decorations, Jeanie! Having snow people around is such a great idea!

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  7. I think it helps us get through the dreary winter months to have beautiful decorations up. I am sure your house would feel so inviting. I have the same gold heart hanging on my valentine tree.

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  8. The love heart stained glass is stunning. I just love coloured glass of any description.

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  9. Love them all, which is appropriate for hearts.

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  10. Love that stained glass heart! I'd probably leave it up year 'round if it were mine and just enjoy looking at it.

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  11. You have already been very busy. I never do a thing for Valentine's day, it just isn't something we do in the UK.

    But I do have flowers from the garden, although they are coloured twigs and branches of flowering shrubs at the moment.

    Re your question: a lurcher is a breed a bit like a greyhound, only smaller; a thin dog with a long face and long legs. Very short-haired.

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  12. Hi again Jeanie, I couldn't resist visiting both of your blogs, and with a name like Marmelade Gypsy who could? :)
    LOVE your tree in this post. So pretty. And I love all the faces as I scrolled down and browsed through your other posts. Can't wait to see what you make with all those pink goodies.
    Much love!

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  13. The heart basket is darling. The pink checks are so cute. The tree is very pretty too.
    Ann

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  14. Very sweet pinks, love the tin & the stained glass heart. Cute blog & cat!

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  15. I "heart" your hearts!!! My snowpeople are out in full force along with my winter reindeer but I have not gotten the hearts out yet- you have inspired me to do so! Have a wonderful rest of the weekend!

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  16. Oh the red and white makes me so happy.

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  17. ahhh hearts and flowers
    always a favorite with me

    lovely Jeanie!
    oxo

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  18. Lovely!!!! Happy Valentine's Day... bet I'll be back to say that again!!!

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  19. Oh - you've just jump-started my own creativity! I took down the decorations from my bare-branch tree I made at Christmas - I could turn it into something Valentine-ish. Well, I could if I had your energy and enthusiasm. Maybe it's a good thing to put on the list for next year. I can eat some Valentine chocolate while I think about it. ;)

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