Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Let It Snow...

I have been trying to get some pictures of my indoor Christmas decorating so far, but it has been dark and gloomy in the house.  Yesterday it rained all day.  Today it is snowing, which is pretty, but doesn't help with the picture taking.

So, the best I could do, was get a little close up of part of my mantel.  A sneak peek...because Pamela from My Front Porch To Yours, is having a Holiday Mantel Linky Party on December 5th, and I will show my entire mantel then.
Welcome Home,


  1. Hi Penny,
    I love your front door Christmas decorations..so very pretty! I can't wait to see your mantel all dressed. I haven't even began to decorate yet. The candles are so full of charm and are very welcoming.
    Have a sweet day and big hugs, Elizabeth

  2. It looks beautiful so far. Can't wait to see the rest at the linky party. Your front entry looks so festive too!

  3. What a tease!:) Can't wait to see it all at the party! I just put out my fairies and thought of you!:)

  4. P.s Thanx for the shout out!:)

  5. It's looking good, Penny! I love sugared fruit! I'm hoping to get my mantel done soon...well everything! lol!


  6. The sugared fruit looks so pretty against your mirror frame. Can't wait to see the rest of your mantel.

  7. Sneaky sneak peek! I know already that I'll love it with that beautiful sugared fruit.

  8. The peek looks great. I have had a thing for pears lately, don't know why.


  9. Oh, you're such a tease! It looks pretty so far. Looking forward to seeing the whole thing.

  10. Everything is looking gorgeous, Penny. I'm enjoying every view. You have such a great eye for creating beauty.

    And, I love what you have done with the pieces for your loft. I especially love the bee.

    I've been sick with a terrible cold and cough. This is the third week, and I am slowly getting better. Now my sweet husband has it.

    I hope you will join us every Pink Saturday during the holidays as we celebrate together.

  11. Burrr glad it isn't snowing here. ;-)
    Look forward to seeing the mantel.

  12. Ugh, I know! Isn't this darkness a drag on our photography?! I have decided this is the winter I will actually watchthe dvd that came with my SLR (two years ago) and figure out how to set the ISO (or whatever it's called!) to compensate for 20 hours of darkness. Wish me luck:>)