and try to keep it all the year.
Monday, September 20, 2010
It becomes a Valentine's Day Tree........
Then an Easter Tree....
Then for the summer, it was a Patriotic Tree......
And now it is a Fall Tree......
It is decorated with white, orange and grapevine pumpkin lights.
I added fall silk leaves and silk orange mums.....
The ornaments are pumpkins, acorns and leaves......
And the bow is made out of a Green ribbon with copper leaves embossed on it.
Underneath the tree is a lighted Jack O Lantern, my Fall Boyd's and Bearington Bears and a pumpkin that I painted copper and gold and then added some gold glitter to.
See, you can keep a "Christmas" tree up year round!!
To see the rest of my Fall Decorations , Please visit Debbie- Dabble by clicking HERE
I am linking up to :
Show and Tell Friday
The DIY SHOW OFF FALL FESTIVAL
Deck the Halls Friday!
Thanks for stopping by today!!
Sunday, September 12, 2010
For those of you who have not yet visited me here at my Christmas Blog, A Debbie-Dabble Christmas,
Today I would like to share with you some Flea Market and Salvation Army Finds, all Christmas Items!!
These are a pair of darling Vintage Christmas Salt and Pepper Shakers which will look great in my Kitchen!!
And next is a pretty ornament which will find a place on one of my trees!!
But I have really been dying to show you these treasures and I thought it would be perfect to create a little Christmas Tea vignette for Tea Tuesday in Blogland!!
Now originally when this little beauty came into our Church Flea Market, I thought it was a Tea for One Set but as I opened the box and took out the pieces, I received a pleasant surprise!!
The Santa's and the greenery are all from the Flea Market.
And here is the surprise!!
It is a tea pot, creamer and sugar bowl!!
Now how cute is this!!
Then I went to Salvation Army and found this cute demitasse cup and saucer for a mere 99 cents!!!
Look at the pretty poinsettia's embossed on the cup and the cut outs in the saucer!!
And the tea spoon with the rose on the tip of the handle came from Salvation army for 25 cents!!
The gold place mat is one for that I bought on Clearance after Christmas at Target!
I am linking up to these great parties:
Tea Cup Tuesday
Tea Time Tuesday
Tea Pot and Tea Things Tuesday
Show and Tell Friday
Garage Salen PArtay
Deck the Halls Friday
Thanks for visiting me today and every day that you take the time to stop by!!
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
I have seen the Winter Tour of TSO every year for the past 6-7 years except for last year due to a health issue. And for me, it just wasn't Christmas without seeing TSO!!
I live within walking distance of Mohegan Sun Arena in Pa. and I just bought my TSO tickets!!
I will be sitting in section 103 ,row F ,right off the stage on November 14th @ 7:30 pm!!
I AM SO EXCITED!! If you haven't seen TSO perform their Winter tour with all of their Christmas songs, you do not know what you are missing. I also have a few of their videos from You Tube posted at the bottom of this blog. Please take the time to see the magic of Trans Siberian Orchestra LIVE!!!
From the MUSIC to the LASER LIGHTS, to the PYRO, it is the ultimate Christmas Rock Concert!!
I removed the Video here on this post as it took up too much room. You can view it by clicking on the link on my side bar. Please turn off my Palylist if you are going to view any of the you tube videos of TSO!
Seeing this Christmas concert before Christmas , inspires me for the entire season. I start decorating early, the beginning of November and once I see TSO, I really get into decorating and the spirit of the entire Holiday season!
I am linking up to :
SHOW AND TELL FRIDAY
DECK THE HALLS FRIDAY
Thanks for stopping by today and every day that you take the time to visit me!!
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
If you missed my post showing my 12 trees and are taking part in Denise Marie's
CHRISTMAS COLLECTOR'S ALLEY party and Tammy's DECK THE HALLS FRIDAY Party, please click HERE
My 12 trees are my first Christmas Collector's Alley contribution!
How did all of this madness start you ask????
Well, several years ago, my all time favorite magazine was the now out of print Victorian Decorating and Lifestyle.
I still have all of my back issues and have purchased many on Ebay.
But when I first gazed upon the Jan. 2000 issue, I fell in love with the idea of a tree in every room.
Now I already had several Christmas trees in the house...one in the Living Room, one in the Boy's play room which is now my Den and one in each of my 2 son's rooms that they decorated themselves every year.
Please click on pics to enlarge and then click again and you should be able to read the article!!
The article that started it all was about a woman named Debora Richey from North Carolina that had 10 Christmas trees.
I just loved the way her home looked...
Each tree and each room had a theme..
Many of the decorations she made herself....
So this is what started it for me!! I started to buy ornaments on Clearance after Christmas and then I picked different themes and colors for each room.
Some of the ornaments I bought I was able to use for other Holidays so I started to leave some of the trees up and decorate them for Holidays other than Christmas.
This is my Patriotic Tree that has been in my Living Room since Memorial Day.
After Labor Day, I will decorate it for Autumn.
There is at least one or two trees decorated in my home all year round!!
If you have a Christmas Blog, please let me know so I can add you to my Blog Roll here. After all, us lovers of Christmas have to stick together!!
I am linking up to
And also PINK SATURDAY!
Please stop by these great parties!!
Please also visit my other blog, Debbie-Dabble
Thanks for visiting me today and every day that you take the time to do so!!