Monday, December 5, 2011

A Little Christmas and a Flea!

Sharing a little bit of Christmas around the house today.  Am I done? Bien sur que non!!!
Am I just about over it.  Mais oui!
The Alpine Village may not make an appearance this year.  I lie.  The chickadee will gasp with horror and I will dutifully descend to the basement to bring up box after box of houses!  I know it.
Yesterday was an hour and a half doing the feather tree in the hallway and I think that did me in.  Of course I love it now that it is complete.'s a little tree I put together a couple of weeks ago:
Currently hanging out on the ironing board "console table" behind the couch.  A vintage brooch serves as tree topper.  I put together a sheet music paper garland and spelled out Xmas Joy with my tried and true Probe Game cards.  Did I add some glitter?  OF COURSE I added glitter.  Don't I glitter just about everything?
Also put together some bottle brush trees in old jello molds:

These goodies and more will be coming with me on Saturday to the City Flea:
The City Flea Wrapped Up Holiday Market
Saturday 12/10  11AM-4PM
12th & Vine
Cincinnnati, OH
Wish me luck, lack of rain, lack of sub-zero temps and many customers!!
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Bargain Hunting Treasure Seeker said...

Love how creative you are!!! I am creatively challenged! :)

The Polka Dot Closet said...

OMG you have put me to shame, I do a little tree, the mantle, and of course the bathroom LOL! You're xmas joy tree is darling! Thank you for entering my giveaway, good luck!


foreverdecorating said...

The alphabet cards on the tree are my favorite. A great way to spell something fun.

Laurel@ChippingwithCharm said...

Looks great! Good luck :) Laurel

French Hen Farm said...

really pretty!
Love everything!!
Have a great week!

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

Cute, cute! I love the cards. Yes, I agree glitter makes everything look better. Too bad it doesn't do the same for my face. I'm wearing plenty of it by the time I'm through. lol!

Pam Kessler said...

I love your jello mold trees. Good luck at the show!