Thursday, December 27, 2012

It's still Christmas week......., can I show you the rest of Christmas in my bedroom and baths. I have more pictures than should be used in one post but, need to wrap up the Christmas scene here in my little house!

The pictures pretty much speak for themselves so I will stay brief with the words.

I had offered the red pillows (which no longer work with my new sofa) to my daughter but she didn't need them. When it occurred to me that they might look good in the bedroom at Christmas, I was kinda glad I still had them.


Lamp table on the right side of the bed.

The old oil lamp was used in my family when I was a small child. I don't know how long they had it before that.


Not a very impressive picture but, the arrangement in the small vase has a lot of sparkle when you see it in person.
It's difficult to get good pictures of things in front of a large mirror! I decided the lamp reflection is better than me looking back at you in the mirror.
I had some Christmas jewelry out on the dresser and thought it would look nice in this post.  The scarf pendant is a recent gift from my dear friend, Lynda. I love it! The snowman pin is from another good friend.

Something I bought for myself which I am going to enjoy very much. It has way more sparkle than what shows here.

Also on the dresser - a glass bowl of large and small ornaments.

I realized this year, sometimes a wreath with nothing on it can be a good look.
 Across the room.



This is another thing that loses it's shine in the photograph.

On the wall in the sink area.


On the counter top.

Also on the counter top.

Now, moving to the tiny hall bathroom.






Ending with a touch of Disney on the linen closet door.
I may show one more small post of Christmas to include the table at Christmas lunch.  If I can get it done before New Years Day.


  1. I'm sorry that your Christmas pictures have come to an end. I enjoyed the "series" very much along with your Hiding Santa pictures on facebook. Looking forward to what is coming next!

    1. So glad you enjoyed it all. I always feel a little sad for the Christmas season to end. I wish I knew what would be interesting to show for January! At the same time not to forget to blog my life not live to blog!

  2. I certainly envy your energy. This year, even I did not put out everything I had. I just didn't want the chore of putting it all back again in a month. Amen to you, Betty!


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