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Thursday, December 8, 2011




I'm slowly getting the house decorated for Christmas. I had a few days setback  because I wasn't feeling well. Thankfully I'm much better now and hopefully I'll get it all done by the weekend. Today I want to share the side table vignette that I did for the living room. I'm trying to keep it simple and my color scheme is silver and white. I may add a little turquoise to the mix but I 'm not firm on that yet. Here's my little side table vignette.












I'll be sharing more soon.  I'm really enjoying all of the beautiful holiday decor around blog land.

I'll be joining these great parties


                                          Courtney at French Country Cottage  for Holiday Vignettes
                                         Between Naps on The Porch for Met Monday
                                         My Romatic Home for Show aand Tell Friday
                                      It's Overflowing for Christmas Scapes
                                      The Product Queen for The Holiday Linky Party    

39 comments:

  1. It all looks very festive and beautiful!

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  2. Looks like you are making great progress, love what you have done so far. All the white is beautiful! Glad you are feeling better, Laura

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  3. Oh I am SO copying these ideas this weekend. I have everything I need too! Just need me a few twigs!!

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  4. Beautiful decoration. Love the white birds.

    Hugs Bente

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  5. So pretty! Love the birds, vintage tablecloth and little bottle brush trees.

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  6. Beautiful! I love the serene look of the silver and white! I have never seen a Mary planter before. Love all of them!

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  7. Just gorgeous! thank you for sharing those beautiful pics. Happy Holidays, Wanda

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  8. Karen, this is so pretty!! So beautiful and serene. These are wonderful images!!

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  9. These cloches are so beautiful. I love your arrangement with Our Blessed Mother and the doves. Thank you, andrea@townandprairie

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  10. So pretty Karen! I love the way to styled your vignettes. I love the hint of turquoise in the cloche with the dove birds!

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  11. Beautiful, beautiful! I love your "Mary" planter!
    Thank you for sharing!
    Leticia

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  12. STUNNING cloche displays for your winter wonder(ful)land!

    Thanks for sharing :)

    Visiting from My Romantic Home linky party,
    Suzanne in NW Illinois

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  13. What a good job with these--they look beautiful and inspire me to do something similar!

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  14. wow a perfect delight !!!!! love all the white on white ... a delicious sight , perfectly presented .. hugz x

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  15. i am sooo adoring your cloche with the mary head vase. i have the exact same one. oh my....i am off to recreate this gorgeous look! TFS! ;)

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  16. This just beautiful I have enjoyed looking around your lovely blog, I'm now following you so I can visit again, hope you find a spare minute to visit me on day. Have a wonderful weekend.

    Always Wendy

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  17. Your cloche's are so lovely! coming over from French Country Cottage to visit! oxox, tracie

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  18. So pretty! Love the bleached bottle tree!

    evie @ brown paper packages

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  19. I love seeing what people put in their cloches. Yours are beautiful! And you have several, very nice all of them!
    Hugs, Cindy

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  20. Hi Karen...

    Ohhh...a beautiful Christmas vignette, my friend! I don't think there is anything prettier than a white Christmas in glass! I loved your Christmas cloche and the tall apothecary with the snow and little white tree! Soooo very pretty! Thank you for sharing your beautiful vignette with us today!

    Warmest Christmas Wishes,
    Chari

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  21. Lovely setting and lovely home. Beautiful job decorating with whites. I love it.
    Blessings,
    Debbie

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  22. Hi, I love the silver and white combo and have done it myself in the past. Yours is just beautiful. I am now one of your followers...Visit Hibiscus House anytime you wish. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Such a pretty vignette, Karen! I love your bottle brush trees and how white they are. I tried bleaching my own this year, but got about as far as ivory.

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  24. I love the vignette with the white bottle brush trees under glass. It's beautiful.
    Glad your feeling better.
    Barb

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  25. Very beautiful vignettes. Everything is lovely.

    So nice to visit with you.

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  26. Wow, everything is so beautiful and festive! Love your new wreath also! I love lots of glitter at Christmas.

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  27. Very pretty! I just love the one with the little birds. You take gorgeous photos!

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  28. What pretty vignettes, Karen! I love those doves under the cloche! :)

    xoxo laurie

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  29. How beautiful and creative. I love this idea!

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  30. the bottle brush trees totally make it. very pretty!

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  31. Everything is so beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  32. I love the little twigs you used in your bird cloche. Just gorgeous pictures. I am a fellow New Jersey girl, it's very nice to meet you!
    Eileen @ Cottage Beach House

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  33. I'm having a linky party right now on my blog! I would love it if you would link up your holiday stuff! So cute! Here is my link http://www.thesouthernproductqueen.com/2011/12/13/linky-party/ Thanks!

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  34. Do you have a store!??! I'm serious you could globally give Anthropologie a run for their money!! You're super talented! Glad to be following you!!

    Thanks for linking up to my party!
    XO, Aimee from ItsOverflowing.com

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  35. Beautiful!! Sharing this at tonights party- thanks for linking up at Feathered Nest Friday!

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  36. Stunning!!! sending holiday hugs...your newest follower...

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  37. I like how you put birds into the glass snow ball. Most people just put snow or a snowman. The birds makes it much more interesting and inquire.

    -Zane of ontario honey

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