I Will Honour Christmas In My Heart

I will honour Christmas in my heart,
and try to keep it all the year.
I will live in the Past, the Present, and the Future.
The Spirits of all Three shall strive within me.
I will not shut out the lessons that they teach!

~ Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol

WELCOME TO MY CHRISTMAS BLOG!!

WELCOME TO MY CHRISTMAS BLOG!!

Christmas is my favorite Holiday and my favorite time of year!

I go all out decorating our small townhouse for all Holidays but especially Christmas!

Every room in our home has a different Christmas Theme and Color Scheme!!

I prove that you do not have to live in a large home to have several Trees!

This blog is dedicated to All Things Christmas!!

Friday, December 3, 2010

Home Tour 2010 Part Two - Dining Room and Tree # 5

Welcome to our Home Tour Part Two.

Today I would like to show you our Dining Room.

This is my most Victorian looking room.





I have a 7 foot slim tree in the corner of the room. And this is tree # 5

To see my other trees, please click on the pictures of each on my sidebar


One of my Old World Santa's that I collect....


This is my Mauve Victorian Tree...



I have collected ornaments for this tree over quite a few years now...


The tree has white lights on it along with pink and clear Rose lights.....


I have white tear drop beads draped around the tree and rose colored ones hung like tinsel....


Next to the tree is another one of my Old World Santa's on a marble topped pedestal stand....


This is a hand made Santa that I bought for only $40 from a woman who was retiring and selling off her Santa's.


Back to the tree....
I have tucked white Baby's Breath, frosted roses and pink sprays into the tree...



Here are some of my favorite ornaments...

Three picture Tea Pot Ornaments....

This one has a pic of my Dad holding Joey, my oldest son.


And this one is of my Dad holding Jim, my youngest son.


This one of of my Mom


This picture on the wall is called " May I Play? "



My fake window....
I hung curtains to cover a pass through from the Dining Room into the Kitchen


Looking into the Kitchen


My stereo in the corner...


A Victorian Angel....




On top of my stereo...



Top of a cupboard that my Dad made to match the Dining Room set which was inherited from Joe's Grandmother


Some of my Tea Cup collection....


My Chandy was given to me by one of Joe's Aunts who didn't want it...


Of Course, I had to decorate it...


An Angel hanging in the one corner



A Victorian Stocking......



My Santa sitter...




My Village...


The photo on the shelf is of Joe's Maternal Grandparents....



This village was a complete set from Sam's Club...







This paper mache Santa was $4.00 in Salvation Army....








My Hutch with my collection of Moss Rose China



The photo is of my Paternal Grandparents....


Some of my Victorian Dolls.....


The sled is handmade.....


I did the arrangement in it....




So this is my Dining Room.........

I am linking this post up to

SHOW AND TELL FRIDAY

PINK SATURDAY

Seasonal Sundays

Deck the Halls @ Between Naps on the Porch

Amaze Me Monday

All things Merry and Brite

Open House @ Coastal Charm

Christmas 2010 Tour of homes

Hooked on Holiday House Tour

Share the Decor Party

and all of the Christmas blog parties on my sidebar.


As part of my progressive tour , please click HERE to see my Living Room!!

Thanks for stopping by today and every day that you take the time to visit me.

Hugs,
Debbie

28 comments:

  1. Happy Pink Saturday Debbie, Your post is great and full of fun filled pink! Hugs Marilou

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  2. Wow! You have such an extensive and luxurious collection of decorations for this room. You've got quite a touch in setting everything out "just so"! What a lovely home! I especially enjoy the fact that you have family photos incorporated in your decor - the ones you love mixed in with the things you love!

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  3. Hi Debbie, enjoyed your tour through your pretty dining room.What I like most is we can all take our time looking at all the details with so many photos.I also was a Rehab. R.N. I always enjoyed rehab.nursing. glade to "meet" you. Denise

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  4. Hi Debbie,
    You have captured the Victorian style perfectly. I love all your gorgeous collections and your have displayed everything wonderful. You can see a lot of love and joy goes into decorating your home for Christmas. Love you pink robe Santa.
    Thank you for a wonderful tour.
    Hugs from Texas Sweetie,
    Celestina Marie

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  5. This room is my favorite, I love all the pink, the glitz and glitter and romance of it. Good job my friend. Just beautiful.

    Hugs
    Ginger

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  6. Beautiful! I have those same pink roses lights from Boscov's years ago. Now I just need to get my tree out its box and put up! I'm so far behind......

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  7. Hi Debbie,

    You ARE the Queen of Christmas!
    I loved looking at everything.

    Have a wonderful {Pink} day,
    Stephanie ♥

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  8. Wow Debbie-that's my kind of dining room-I love victorian and of course pink. When I put up trees-I put up one a lot like yours. Everything is just lovely!

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  9. Hi Debbie :) I could comment on every single picture individually, but I think this one word will sum them all up....WOW!!! It's just all GORGEOUS girl!!! Now I must go check out day 1 of the tour :)

    Have a great weekend my friend!!!!

    Warmest hugs, Brenda

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  10. Debbie, all of is is beautiful. The cupboard that your dad made looks so pretty with the light from the lamp and the candles burning on either side. Those are beautiful candleholders. I just love it all. Thanks for the tour. Looking forward to the next one!

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  11. What fun stopping by your place Debbie! I love EVERYTHING here!! Love all the dolls and the Moss Rose china of course! Your Santa shelf sitter is very cute, I think!.. And your tree in pink ribbons and beads is breathtaking! I can't imagine the treat it would be to see it in person!.. Have a great weekend! ((hugs)) ~tina

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  12. Very Victorian indeed. It must have taken you days to set it up, I think I spent an hour just looking thru the photos. Everything is delightful.

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  13. Wow! You really have quite a collection of Victorian decor. Looks like attention was given to every detail! Dreamy!

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  14. Wow! Just beautiful things. I'm in love with the crochet round little table cloth. Happy Pink Saturday!

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  15. So much to see and it's all so pretty! I just love your teapot frame ornaments. It's a lot of work but well worth it in the end, right? xoxo Nancy

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  16. Hi Debbie,
    Wow to everything! Lots of eye candy here! I like your pink Santas and angels. I see your red-rimmed glassware too. The teapot ornies are pretty cute with your family's photos. I have added your link to my tea post for Tuesday's tea party. See you then and have a wonderful weekend.

    Blessings,
    Sanddi

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  17. Hi Debbie! I adore your tree. What a wonderful collections of teacups and pinks you have. Your music really takes me back, it reminds me of my Grandfather so much. Thanks so much for the smiles.

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  18. I love your photos. Everything is so lovely. Happy Pink Saturday.

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  19. Happy Pink Saturday, this room is definitely a Pink Saturday room. I adore this tree. I can't even imagine how long it takes you to do just this one tree not to mention the other 13! Your Santa Sitter is just adorable with his little ornament legs! Loved part 2 also. Off to part 3.

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  20. You have more ornaments on that one tree than I do on two. Looks like it belongs in the Victoria magazine. Very nice.

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  21. Oh Debbie, I am in heaven over your Victorian tree! This is truly magazine worthy! Happy Pink Saturday!
    Hugs,
    Olivia

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  22. Good Morning my Dear friend...Debbie I'm in victorian heaven right now...Look at all your beautiful stuff girl...You do an awesome job on it all...I just drooled on my keyboard over these great pictures...I pray all is well in your world my Dear friend...From my mountain to yours Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  23. Your dining room is like a dream land - perfectly outfitted! Thanks for sharing this with Seasonal Sundays and please provide a link to the rest of the party.

    - The Tablescaper

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  24. Very beautiful, Debbie. I love your silky pink tablecloth and everything else. So much to see and enjoy!...Christine

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  25. My GOODNESS Debbie. That was an AWESOME tour of your Victorian dining room. I enjoyed every single detail. You have so many gorgeous things. WOWSERS. That angel was a heart-stopper. Everything was great. Thanks for sharing. I'd do anything to take a "real life" tour of your house. Soooooo charming. I LOVE Victorian style. Love, love, love it. Susan

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  26. Wow! So much detail to see. It's always fun stopping by your blog for a visit! And, I love the Transiberian Orchestra.

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  27. Happy Holidays - I'm dropping by from All Things Merry & Bright & am a new follower.

    Love your decorations! They are gorgeous

    Please come by & say "Hi!" sometime: http://SallyLeeByTheSea.com

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