Tuesday, November 29, 2011

It's beginning to look a little like Chirstmas

Hello

I am linking with Kathleen at Faded Charm for White Wednesday, it seems I am hardly on my blog anymore... let alone visiting all of you. 
 I plan on slowing way down this winter and hopefully I can get caught up on blogland. 


I have one more show this weekend, actually I am in 2 shows at the same time. I will be physically at Kane County Market this Saturday and Sunday. 
I also have a corner at Horton's in Tipton, Indiana and will be participating in their 
Artisan Christmas Market
Saturday, December 3
9am to 6pm
Please join Karen and Tim for Christmas inspiration 

I have been working in the studio getting ready for the Kane County Market. These tags or ornaments are so simple and I guess that is why I like them. They will look great on a package wrapped in kraft paper.


They are made with old ledger paper and prayer cards affixed on cardstock backing and embellished with boxwood . 




I have been slowly bringing in a little Christmas the last couple of days, I decorate each day. Even up to a couple of days before Christmas even though we are not here. I leave the decorations up through January. 
We have a fresh tree and that goes down on New Years day though.



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I love greens and tallow berry. 
I don't take anything out, I just add to it. My collections look great with Christmas. 





I just love puttering and making each room festive yet - 
I keep it pretty simple.







I love the mixed greens. I usually get a case of it and put it all over the house. I also use seeded eucalyptus and boxwood with pepper berry sometimes.


They dry beautifully, so I can keep them throughout the winter.




I hope you are having a fun week and I look forward to getting around after this week. 
Can't wait to see all your decorating ideas!
Blessings
Rebecca

27 comments:

  1. Rebecca, you putter so well. That three tiered display is so pretty. Your tags are quietly stunning too. hugs♥O

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  2. OH Rebecca, I would love to see your home at Christmas time I'm sure that it's just amazing.
    the tags that came with the things I bought from you are on the branches in the living room everyone always comments on them I wish I had about ten more of them....

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  3. The TALLOW BERRY Accents are "Just PeRfeCt"!*!*!
    Jeanine Burkhardt

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  4. Your collections sure DO look wonderful with Christmas! I sure would like to get my hands on tallow berry. Your ironstone is just gorgeous displayed this way. I hope your shows go great for you!

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  5. I can't waith to see more off your home at Christmas time, it must be lovely :)
    Youre tags are beautifull,
    i wish you all the luck for the weekend,
    hugs, Sonja

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  6. Dear Rebecca, it surely starts to look a bit like christmas in your beautiful home.
    The greens look wonderful with all your white collections and a little glitter added, and all is perfect.
    Sweet friend when will you have christmas things in your shop?
    Wish you great succes in your shows this weekend,
    and sends you love and hugs.
    Dorthe

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  7. I started decorating yesterday late afternoon and about a half an hour into it we lost power. From 5:00 until around 9:00 we had no power, so I basically got nothing done! We had a snow storm in our town! First snow of the year and it knocked out power to about 14,000 residents. So hopefully I will start (again) decorating today. Your house looks beautiful. I am hoping when we move that I can decorate and not have to take stuff down to put decorations up. I'm sure I'll be getting rid of some things.

    Cindy Bee

    PS- I love your stars.

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  8. I love the prayer card ornaments...I hope you don't mind if I borrow the idea for my tree as well...i have been collecting these old cards...and wondering what to do with them...great idea! love your house...simply so beautiful! thank you for sharing- good luck at your shows!
    melanie

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  9. Your tags are beautiful Rebecca:-) Good luck at your show this weekend. Wish you could come to the Christmas show at Monticello's this month. Maybe I'll run into Jody.

    xoxo
    Kathleen

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  10. Such lovelies! Best wishes on your shows. Happy Holidays!

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  11. It's all looking good!

    Good luck at the Kane County! Hope you sell out! I love you tag ornaments, they are awesome!

    tot

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  12. It all looks so beautiful Rebecca! I love all the ironstone, and of course I live your stars!!!! I feel so happy to have one of my own!!! Enjoy the rest of your week my friend!!

    xo,
    Karen

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  13. What you call puttering I call motor boating! It looks beautiful and serene.
    Good luck with the shows. Hopefully...soon you can settle in for a long winter's nap.
    Deb

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  14. Good luck at the show. I love these pics. Your stars are such a favorite and the prayer card ornaments give me some ideas for my own tree.

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  15. gorgeous pic's and fabulous treasures too
    Good luck at the show
    xo
    Pam

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  16. Loving the tags...simple, deep and full of love!!!

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  17. Aaaahh, that beautiful little lace star pillow, it really is special.

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  18. Rebecca, I've also had little time for blogging more seriously lately. Well, you've certainly made up for your absence today! Everything's so beautiful. I enjoyed my visit.

    Blessings,
    Diane

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  19. BEAUTIFUL! Your images are so inspiring. Take some time off...you deserve it!
    Merry Christmas
    Jackie

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  20. Hi Rebecca it looks so peaceful over here, Thank you for stopping by for a visit to my theatres, you may come over and dance on one of the stages anytime I will even join you :)
    I hope you get lots of rest while getting ready for Christmas :)

    I will keep my eyes on you visit to see all the beauty you are creating over here.
    xoxo
    Blessings
    Dore

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  21. Oh Rebecca... everything is just beautiful. So soft and sweet.

    I understand the busy part. I'm in that little box myself right now.

    Huggies to you!

    Spencer

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  22. Oh Rebecca, everything looks so beautiful. I love your gorgeous creations. Thanks for stopping by my faux zinc post. I appreciate your kind words.

    Hugs,
    Judy

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  23. I love how you add to your collections...the tallow berry is so pretty! I enjoyed your thanksgiving post...it looked like you all had such a wonderful time! I hope you enjoy your shows(although just the *thought* of doing 2 at one time makes my stomach hurt)...have a wonderful season of celebration!
    Merry Christmas!
    Rene

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  24. Good morning Rebecca!

    I wanted to come by to thank you for your visit yesterday and kind comment! YOUR WARES ARE JUST BEAUTIFUL and I love the subject of your art....blessings dearest! Anita

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  25. Everything is just beautiful.Thanks for sharing.
    Came over from Faded Charm.Hope you get some rest.
    Happy WW.
    XO Marie

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  26. Loving the addition of greenery to your existing decor - it is simply purrfect!!! I do hope you slow down this winter.....I think that is what winters are supposed to do...slow us down.....and take a break from the normal hectic.

    Good luck at your show!

    Hugs,

    "Her" and Romeo

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  27. Hi Rebecca,
    I love the way you mix in a little Christmas with you normal decor. It looks fabulous and makes for a lot less stress at clean up time. Good luck with your shows. Visit when you can. We'd love to have you link up to "What's It Wednesday". Your posts are always so inspiring.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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