My tree is also in the sun room this year.
This paper angel has been on top of our Christmas tree for 25 years or longer. When Levi (my grandson) was 3 years old, he asked me why I had a scarecrow on top of my tree. He informed me that I was supposed to have a star and when I told him that I didn't have a star, he made me one... a pe'fect star. We've laughed over that scarecrow! It was precious and so is my star!Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without a manger, since the birth of Christ is why we celebrate.
In the dining room, I have a white painted grapevine wreath with a sprig of red berries, an old ice-cream churn filled with tree trimmings and vintage birds, and a ruler star hanging in one of the kitchen windows.
I have a little pink in my bathroom...
...and in my bedroom I have a few vintage touches... a Santa with a "Season's Greetings", a bird's nest with a red ball and a garden urn filled with gold balls.
Our stocking are hung by chimney with care... and with old soda bottles... in hopes that Saint Nick soon will be here!While visions of sugar plums dance in our heads!
May you experience the miracle of Christmas through God's gift to you... His Son.
Here's a Heart Rock for your Pocket:
This is how God showed his love among us: He sent his one and only Son into the world that we might live through him. 1 John 4:9
Wishing you God's best and a Merry Christmas,
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