A final farewell to Christmas 2008

January 6, 2009 at 8:55 pm | Posted in Holidays | Leave a comment

I know, I know. You’re like, enough already! Christmas was 2 weeks ago! But, I just returned to my house full of Christmas decorations, and our break went by too fast! (that, and I’m in denial about how much work I’ll have to do on my current major project at the office). So, I thought, that for just one last post about my favorite holiday, I’d show you some pictures of cute Christmas-y decor that we witnessed during our Christmas break.

I love this little tree in the apothecary jar! I’ll have to remember this idea when I fill my apothecary jars next year!

This is Bernie, the Elf-on-the-Shelf that we spotted at J’s cousin’s house. Bernie reports to Santa nightly and each day he’s spotted in a new hiding spot. Better not be naughty with this guy watching… (J’s godson thinks he’s “creepy”)

J’s other cousin was a fan of the ornaments-in-a-vase decoration, something that I loved and did in my own house.

Another ornamental bowl full of glittery ornaments adorns the table holding our Christmas feast.  Note to self: get glittery ornaments for next year.

This is where we spent Christmas.  Beautiful, no?  The garland-wrapped and bow-clad lamp post in the foreground has me yearning for a lamp post of my very own.  Also, I am recently digging the hanging or multiple wreaths on the house.  Usually, I’ve spotted them hanging in windows, but I love how they’ve hung them below the windows (so you can still see out!).

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