Isn't that the most beautiful of Christmas images?
I've been saving photos of neutral natural Christmas decorating in my Pinterest folder
called Natural Christmas for quite some time.
Adore the burlap wrapped pots on the porch.
So easy and you can plant the bushes later.
If it's not too cold where you live...which it has been here.
So yesterday I went to pull my green tree out of the garage.
I wanted to do something different this year.
I'm so tired of my white one.
And my garage doors would NOT open!
They moved about an inch and stopped.
I tried several times and nope, wasn't going to happen.
Good thing most of my Xmas decorations are stored inside.
But my green tree and my outside lights and greenery are in there.
This means no greenery on the porch.
I did light up a tree outside with lights I'd bought recently.
I do have red lanterns to dress up the porch stairs but
no little green trees and garland.
It's all in the garage.
I guess that is what I get for waiting till the last minute to get them out of
the garage. If I'd done it on a warm day...perhaps all would have gone well.
So...even though I really wanted to do a green tree this year...
The white one is going up again cause it's the one already inside.
Don't you love that candle chandelier above?
a pretty little lantern surrounded by greens
Oh....what a perfect little tudor all dressed up for Christmas!
If I was doing a natural Christmas I'd have to have this pillow
from Elliott-Heath Designs.
Debra at Common Ground is having a giveaway right now and if you
go comment you could win one of Elliott Heath's gorgeous holiday pillows.
So today I'm working on putting up my white tree even though I'm really not feeling it.
It will be pretty...I just wanted a change.
You know how it is.
I still have a giveaway going on....
I'm giving away a copy of this new book by Libba Bray.
It's really good. Just click on the book above to go to the post to enter.
In the meantime...I'll be here decorating and listening to Christmas tunes.