Well, I'm finished!! My tree is finally twinkling beautifully tonight in my little cottage with beautiful white lights and glass ornaments and my dining table is set for a Christmas lunch. I decided to make things a little easier on myself this year, Thomas, my son got all the decorations down from the attic and I had one look and thought, no, not this year, I just don't have the energy to unpack and unwrap all the decorations, so back up they went. I am in the mood for something simple and serene. I bought a huge basket of vintage crystal chandelier drops a couple of months ago so I washed them all and made some extra cellophane ruffles and put them all over our tree with some pretty glass balls and lights and that's all, and my table, well, I picked a few big bunches of green peppercorns from my tree in the front garden and that was it, I used the extra leaves from the bunches on my white organza cloth to accentuate the hand stitched petals and used my favourite glass plates, glasses and etched lanterns and a few more crystal drops here and there.
Wishing you all a very happy Christmas and I hope you have a wonderful time with your family, friends and loved ones and please drive carefully in this Season.
May 2010 be a year of filled with Health and Happiness for you and your family
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Susan's Deck the halls party at Thoughts from over the rainbow blog,
And Susan's Outdoor Wednesday Christmas Party at A Southern Day Dreamer
and another Susan at Tablescape Thursday's Christmas party at Between Naps on the Porch