Good evening! Mild and foggy here on Long Island.
I wanted to join Ann On Sutton Place and The Tablescaper for their parties.
The door is decked...
The wreath is a battery operated one from QVC.
I wired on a French Horn, and some fresh greens and pine cones.
Next week, the fresh baby's breath will be added and some more greens.
Plaid bows galore! I have made at least 20 of them this year so far. Wired ribbon from Costco, 50 yds for 7.88. Can't beat that!
Two dwarf Alberta Spruce get lit and bowed, and the lanterns get some fresh greens and bows.
On one side, a bowed tree.
You can sit and wait for Santa.
I see Santa is waiting for Santa too! :)
I filled the window boxes with fresh greens and of course, a big plaid bow. Battery operated lights twinkle.
Our Blue Spruce is lit, and the Holy Family is spotlighted.
Our house is the only house on the block with lights, so far.
Only a few homes have winter occupants.
Inside the front door is the Dansk Crystal Nativity.
I surround it with a wreath with sheer ribbon twirled through and lights. Fresh baby's breath will be added closer to Christmas.
I found the box with the kitchen window sill decos.
A kitchen Santa, his apron stuffed with tiny cookies, stands among the sleighs and tartan boxes. t
That's enough for tonight!
Have a wonderful Sunday, and thanks for visiting.
am joining On Sutton Place and The Tablescaper.