Friday, December 21, 2012

Christmas in the Dining Room

Whew!  Baby, it's cold outside!  Just in time for Christmas too.  Yay!  I just realized I haven't shown you all my tree in the dining room this year.  Soooo, since it's getting late and I need to rush out the door I thought I'd show you some photos without alot of chatter.

I've been playing with Picasa and thought this looked kinda snowy and nostalgic.


I have a silver gold and ivory tree in the dining room.  This year I drenched it a little extra with the white opaque tinsel.


My dining room tree was started to highlight all of my lenox ornaments that I have collected since my husband and I were first married.

This is my newest ornament this year.  I got them from work at Stein Mart.  They are very heavy and are stainless silver with lot's of bling!  


This was an old ornament I rolled in glue and glitter to revive it years ago.



I love my tree in the corner here.  It's wonderful to dine by when the family is all gathered around celebrating Christmas dinner.  I highly recommend a tree in the dining room if you haven't done one yet.  It's a great feeling!


Have yourself a merry little Christmas yall!

See ya again soon!





5 comments:

  1. Your tree is gorgeous Mary! It is chilly, but yet so pretty outside today. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  2. The tree is gorgeous and yes, I would love having one in the dining room, but my dining and living are all one area. I hope you and your family have a very Merry and Blessed Christmas. Hugs, Marty

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  3. Your tree is very pretty, Mary. I love that it is in your dining room! I hope you had a wonderful day- xo Diana

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  4. It all looks so pretty, Mary! I barely had the energy for one tree so I am impressed with your having one in the dining room! I have been playing with Picasa myself and created a new header for the blog and Facebook. It's fun!

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  5. Mary, I'm dropping by to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas! Love your pretty tree, and I like the idea of a tree in the DR. Yours is perfect!

    XO,

    Sheila

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