Thursday, December 12, 2013

Christmas garland

There's nothing like a fresh evergreen garland at Christmastime . . .


with its wonderful cedar and pine aroma . . .  Throw in a little red . . .
 

 Add some loopy string and ribbon . . . some silver bells . . .

 
and you'll be walking around the house singing Christmas carols in no time . . .

3 comments:

Nicki said...

I hate that I've missed several of your recent posts. I do hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and the boys will be home for a good Christmas break. Your garland is beautiful and oh, how I would love to use fresh evergreen and dress it up - but even I looked at yours and thought "humm, kitty joy".

Merry Christmas Maria.

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Maria, I'm inhaling through the computer screen! I gave up on real garland on the banister after years of picking up needles. Now I mix some real in with my favorite fake garlands. But the wonderful aroma of the real greens cannot be copied by any other product! Linda

thisisme said...

Oh, what a good job you've done there. It looks really lovely. Don't you just love this time of the year?! I can almost smell the pine from here.