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Monday, November 28, 2016

Pine Cones, Greens, Berries . . .

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one of my favorite things to do

cut some greens from the woods out back

bring out some vases

the pruner, berries, pine cones, a few purchased greens

bring everything together in the kitchen

create

now that is a best day for me

'tis the season

enjoy

~

 

24 comments:

barb said...

I would love an all natural Christmas.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, everything looks beautiful. I love the pine and berries, the sled is cute. Beautiful Christmas decorations. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

Pamela Gordon said...

I love fresh greenery at Christmas and in the winter too. Yours all looks so pretty and I always like your planted filled with greens on your front porch. So Christmassy. :)

Karen S. said...

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

A Joyful Cottage said...

Very pretty. My absolute favorite is the sleds and the lantern. So inviting.

Missy George said...

Fun to decorate for Holidays..I can't use any greens..Max eats them..You do nice work !!! Very pretty..

Kim said...

'Tis the season, indeed! How lucky you are to have so many great greens to pick from in your yard. Now I am green.... ;)

diane said...

Looks lovely and I bet it smells wonderful too.
Enjoy!
diane @ thoughts&shots

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Your decorations look beautiful, lovely and inviting.
Just perfect.
~Jo

Jeanie said...

These are gorgeous, Lynne. I have a bunch of greens in my trunk just waiting to be clipped and put into service. You're giving me great inspiration!

babs said...

You have such a lovely touch.

Michelle said...

These all look good and you have given me some decorating inspiration.

Gail said...

And it looks wonderful.

Margaret Adamson said...

I love the simplicity of the arrangements and I like the way you have used natural materials in Them.

Buttons Thoughts said...

Beautiful. I was going to head to the bush to get some nice tree branches but it is pouring rain sigh. Love your ideas. Hug B

Musings from Kim K. said...

I bet your house smells amazing with all those pines. Your window boxes are just beautiful. I haven't touched our outdoor decorations yet for Christmas. Should probably find time before more rain and snow.

Blondie's Journal said...

Perfection, Lynne! Nature is the best decorator of all! I used to pick up the scrap branches from the pine trees at the nurseries when we chose our Christmas tree. Now they sell them in bunches for a pretty penny. I still get some...ha! You have to have greenery!

I had a peek at your last post. The turkey cooked with bacon is a very clever idea!! I can bet you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving meal.

I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for the comments you have left on my recent posts. You have a beautiful way of putting things and you make me feel very confident in the new path I'm walking down. I treasure the day we met online! :)

Jane

Beth @ PlantPostings said...

Gosh, you are a professional! Nicely done! Will you come to my house now, too? ;-)

Linda said...

You are one smart cookie, Lynne!
I bring fresh greens home from the cottage, and incorporate them into my decorating...
Love the look...and the smell!!
I will be picking up my tree next week, my son is doing the outdoor lights for me this Sunday!
We are still warm here...and wet!! Not a flake in sight!!
Enjoy your day1
Cheers!
Linda :o)

Sarah Huizenga said...

You do such a fabulous job decorating for the holidays.

Pepper Medley said...

A simple, beautiful, natural and inexpensive way to decorate for December. I LOVE it!! Hoping all is good there in your neck of the woods. Sending love...... xox

Kate @ Daffodils said...

Beautiful! We wish had some real winter weather here!

Anita Johnson said...

Love the real greens too!

Deanna said...

Lovely, just lovely. I wish I had a woods out back, but off to Home Depot I go for greens to add to the holiday decor. You are miles ahead of me, dear one.