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Monday, December 20

Love at First Sight - My Christmas Tour of Blogland

Over the past few weeks, I've visited many of the Christmas open houses here in Blogland, and all I can say is wow.  I've seen so many creative and stunning ideas that it actually makes my brain hurt. Seriously, people, I'm on sensory overload here.

It always amazes me how another decorator can create something so totally different than I ever would, yet once I see it, it's love at first sight.  I guess that's what inspiration is all about.

Thinking back on what I've seen here over the past few weeks, there's a few ideas that really struck all the right notes with me.  They are all connected by a unique cottage style and a cheerful whimsy.
 
Here's a sampling of some of the ones that were love at first sight.

Luminaries in Jars:
so simple and romantic.

A Cottage in the Woods
Source: A Cottage in the Woods via tinywhitedaisies
Photo Credits to Thrifty Decor Chick


Cheerful and Bright Christmas Decor:
just makes you want to smile.
Photo credits to The Pleated Poppy

Photo credits to The Pleated Poppy

Photo Credits to Craftberry Bush
 P.S. Made from pop bottles, I kid you not!




Like a chair with angel's wings.
Photo Credits to The Shabby Nest

Or Frosted Luminaries 
in dreamy colours...



Crafts by Amanda
Photo Credits to Crafts by Amanda



French Cottage Style:
frosty little potted trees.


Photo Credits to Fern Creek Cottage

Just look at those sweet tags!


Anything with Burlap 
and Upcycled 'Junk'


Funky Junk Interiors' Who-ville Tree
Photo Credits to Funky Junk

Burlap and Clock Tree


For images, click here.



Burlap Stockings...
  
 Cozy Cottage Cute

Photo Credits to Cozy. Cottage. Cute.

Buckets of Burlap

Photo Credits to Buckets of Burlap


Chalkboards with 
Whimsical Holiday Messages

Source: My Sweet Savannah via SuzieBeezie































Or even entire walls, lol...

Sixty-Fifth Avenue
Photo Credits to Sixty-Fifth Avenue


'Pottery Barn' Style 
Paper Garland Trees


Guest Project at Tatertots & Jello
Source: via Tatertots & Jello




















Photo Credits to The Soladay Family Blog


And so many more, but I'm out of time!


Thanks so much to everybody for your inspiration!

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1 Comments:

Blogger Sixty-Fifth Avenue said...

You are so sweet to mention me! Love all the beautiful inspiration! Have a wonderful Christmas.

Londen

December 20, 2010 at 8:26 PM  

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