A photo of the snowmen sign that hangs above the dry sink right inside our living room door! I love the rustic twigs that are glued on the frame!
Another section of the rag garland.
This is the dry sink this year with a photo display...every year I try something new on this surface. You can see the snowman material draped over the back. I have material for all the holidays and seasons and change it up each one...it adds a simple easy festive element to the living room and sooooo simple!!!
A Santa key for houses without chimineys....purchased at Siler Dollar City!
A patriotic Santa that I won at a party a few years ago....I like to hang an assortment of things from pegs and shelves...and he is one of my faves!
A closer look at some of my many Santas...this year my goal is to pack and inventory this collection a bit better.
Another section of the display and the old Christmas train I picked up at the flea market.
This is just a small part of my Santa collection. As I decided to simplify this year....I just picked a few to display!
Pictures and signs above the Santa display!
Just a few of the many snowmen I have...these are tucked on a shelf in the china cabinet!
The left side of the Christmas village displayed on the shelf above the love seat.
The middle section of the village.
The right end section of the village display.
A little sign that hangs under the village display.
A few more snowpeople....
This little white child's cabinet sits in my kitchen. Here is a close up of a minature tea set, a child's tea set and three magic elves. Below is another view of the cabinet.
Another kitchen display...my little tree is decorated with Christmas wine charms and I picked up the two coffee pots at the flea market for a couple of bucks.
I'm not really happy with this display. The shelf was empty and we were expecting company so I just threw up some random things...LOL
This old metal water pitcher with poinsettas sits on top of the Hoosier cabinet.!!!
This is a glass jar that I filled with mini pumpkins and gourds for fall and decided to fill it with icy stones and a couple of snowflake ornaments....not sure how I like it but....I like experimenting....LOL....
Well that's it for my 2008 Holiday Home Tour...hope you enjoyed it...now off to visit the other blogs in the tour!!