Monday, December 15, 2008

Christmas 2008---------> Welcome to our Home!

Merry Christmas from our house to yours!
It has been snowing for 5 days, so it is all snowy and beautiful.
You don't need to knock!
Just come right in.

This is our LR from the entry way as you walk in the front door. Straight ahead is the piano and LR tree's. to your right is the entry which leads into the other part of the house. If you look to the top of the picture - you can see the mistletoe!

Please come in and share a cup of hot chocolate with us. You actually have a choice you can add peppermint, caramel syrup or rasberry and a scoop of vanilla ice cream to make a yummy treat to share. Lots of cookies are here on our treat table. (More deatils on that and other family fun for Christmas added daily for the next week on http://bucketideasforgrandmas.blogspot.com/



You can see the tree tour of my friends tree's at the bottom of the blog. There are garland ideas too. So happy you are here!

16 comments:

Cate said...

Your blog is so gorgeous Paula. Here's hoping that you get lots of visitors!

Merry Christmas from your new friend,
Cate in New Zealand

Bob and Jeri said...

Wow - your blog is great. I have added it to my favorites, I want to visit often!

Manuela@Pleasures of Homemaking said...

I scrolled down to your other posts and your white tree is just gorgeous! Love it - all your Christmas decorating is just beautiful!

Manuela

Kimba said...

Buckets of Christmas Ideas, indeed! You are most certainly the Queen of All Things Christmas!

Thanks for linking up.
Merry Christmas,
kimba

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

I have come to visit via Kimba's blog. Your decorations are lovely.
I hope you'll visit soon. I am having a giveaway on Friday.

Windy said...

I came to visit through Kimba's blog, and wanted to say that everything looks beautiful. I also wanted to comment on your Nativities. I love them all! I thought I had a lot of them, but yours are all so unique, and just to be honest, I am jealous:)!

Lora said...

Paula,
You are the Christmas Queen! I scrolled down and thought the baby shoes and the white tree are really nice.
Thank you kindly for stopping by my blog!

Keetha said...

Very lovely. Thanks for the tour.

Merry Christmas

Carrie said...

I love your home! I love the twinkling lights in the darkened home. So festive and magical!

Thanks for stopping by my home also.

Merry Christmas!

Cami @ Creating Myself said...

Hi Paula! It is so nice to meet you! I think we are kindred spirits. ;o)

I love your grandchildren forest! Although @ my house, it really wold be a forest! *grins* And I LOVE your memory garland & ancestor tree...what great ideas!

Your family sounds like so much fun. I'll be back to visit both your blogs again. I enjoyed myself!

tardevil said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog & leaving your link! Love all the green on the tree & mantel! Wish we had some snow! Merry Christmas!

Cate said...

Hi there Paula,

Cate here again, just visiting to say that I hope that you & your family had a wonderful Christmas Day.

Cheers,
Cate in NZ

Judy Pancoast said...

Hi...I was searching Christmas decorating enthusiasts on Blogger and found your beautiful website. I am a children's musician from New Hampshire and I think you would enjoy a song I wrote about Christmas decorating called "The House on Christmas Street." If you want, you may listen to it at www.myspace.com/judypancoast. Please give it a listen and let me know if you like it!
Thank you so much!

Judy Pancoast said...

Paula...I'm so glad you like my song! Thanks for coming by and listening to it. I really appreciate your passing your son's email along...now would you mind telling me his first name so that I can address him properly in the email? Thanks!!
I listened to your daughters' song....just beautiful...a wonderful arrangement also. She has a lovely, lovely voice. Please write to me at judypancoast@comcast.net and tell me more...because their myspace doesn't have any info. On your blog you said it was your family, but in your post you said it was your daughters....
I'd like to know more about it!
PS...you can't possibly have been married 35 years...you look about 25 in your photos!

Paula said...

fallingforwinter said...

Unbelievable decorations. Thank you for sharing!

http://fallingforwinter.blogspot.com/

Cheekycherryza said...

Oh my goodness! I thought I decorated for the holidays? Your decorations are truly AMAZING!!!!!

Leo
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