This cupboard was given to me by my parents for Christmas a few months ago. We were junking in Buffalo MN and I fell in love with this skinny little cupboard. It's made from weathered barnwood. It didn't need much to make it festive...some fake greenery & a few pepperberries dress it up. Sweet blogger friend Chelemom sent me the cute little decorated vintage postcard. THANKS CHELE!
I loved these shiny bright Christmas ornament boxes that I got from my Grammie. I decided this year they should be part of my decor. This is the top of my built-in buffet cupboard in my dining room.
This little swedish doll was .10 cents at a garage sale by my cabin. She's coppin' a squat on some round faux gifts (hatboxes) that I found at my neighbor's garage sale. My neighbor is a photographer, and they used to be photography props in her studio.
Every year I put bowls of shiny ornaments around my house. They catch the light and shimmer so prettily!
I'm not sure what these little star/snowflake metal things are...I'm assuming they must have gone over vintage christmas lights. They are very tin-like. I scored a bag of them for .50 at a garage sale.
Remember all of these .25 cent muffin tins? Since I have no use for them in the kitchen, I'm displaying ornaments in them. These were gifted to me from my Grammie.
Here is what my tree looks like in the daylight. Just a hint, if you're photographing your Christmas tree, set your digital camera on the "night" setting. It will give a warm glow to your photos and captures the soft glow of the Christmas lights. This photo and the top photo were taken at the same time...this photo is taken without the "night" setting on, and the one at the top has it on.