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Saturday, November 26, 2011

French Country Christmas

Did you all survive Thanksgiving.  Ours was wonderful and we are having another one today, so I have a turkey breast and dressing in the oven, green bean casserole, candied yams, mashed potatoes, gravy and cranberry sauce all ready to go in the oven  While that is all cooking away, I have been playing and creating another small French Country Christmas vignette for the kitchen.  Here's a little sneak peak.





I hope you're all having a super day shopping and decorating.  I will see you Monday evening for Table Top Tuesday and a full reveal.  Have a super weekend. 




30 comments:

  1. Hi Marty,
    I love that plate underneath the cloche in the first photo! OOH LA LA~~~

    I love your pretty french vingettes. This is a new look for you and I think it goes well.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  2. Very pretty...and in light off your second feast...very ambitious. Thanks for inviting us for a sneak peak at what's to come. Cherry Kay

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  3. Hope you're having a nice Thanksgiving. I love the peak -- can't wait to see the full reveal!

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  4. Marty I love it and can't wait for the whole reveal!! Enjoy your weekend, Martina

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  5. Marty, your vignette looks wonderfully Frenchy. I like it very much. Sounds as if you have everything under control. Your menu sounds yummy even though I'm stuffed with Thanksgiving goodness.------Shannon

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  6. Our Thanksgiving was so so since the turkey did not cooperate and cook correctly. Darn that Tom turkey. Now my dog is sick from eating stuff she shouldn't have. I haven't even begun decorating for Christmas yet. I hope you enjoy your second Thanksgiving. I need a do over. I am cooking just breasts next time.

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  7. Have a wonderful second Thanksgiving. How pretty your sneak peek is!

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  8. Hi Marty,

    Very pretty French display. Now all you need are my wine stoppers that I posted on my blog.

    Dee :-)

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  9. Marty -

    You are so ambitious. How do you get it all done? We are enjoying a very relaxing 4 days off and turkey leftovers!

    Connie LOU

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  10. Thanksgiving was lovely at my house. Love your French vignette!

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  11. Hi, Marty, so glad you had a good Thanksgiving. Every year I think, "This is the best one yet" and then, when the next one comes around, it's even better.:)
    xo bj

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  12. Love it Marty! The french look is so pretty and I can't wait to see what comes next!
    Also thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving sweet comments, I really appreciate it!

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  13. Marty,
    Looks as if you had a wonderful time with your family @ Thanksgiving! Your vignette is lovely! YES! I'll be back to see the reveal!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  14. Very pretty! It's fun to start decorating for Christmas with little vignettes here and there.

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  15. Marty, your vignettes are always lovely! I'm getting ready for Christmas too! I just love your cloche! I'm ready for your big reveal!

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  16. Charming vignettes. But everything you do is always so lovely. I can't believe you had a second Thanksgiving. But you did it all with such grace. And made these beautiful vignettes too. You are amazing Marty!!

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  17. Thanks for the teaser...waiting to see what's next!
    Hugs, GraceinAZ

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  18. The cheese and grapes under that cloche look so refreshing after all of the heavy (but completely yummy) food we've been eating the past few days. You always make everything look so beautiful! Can't wait to see the reveal!

    Robin

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  19. I sure love what you've done so far.. Its gonna be GREAT!

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  20. Happy Thanksgiving!
    Hope you had a wonderful one!
    -Liz

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  21. Hope you had a good 2nd Thanksgiving dinner. I'me loving your French Country look so far. Will be back tomorrow for the rest of it.

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  22. You had the same menu I had yesterday, minus the yams. We had a delayed celebration due to other family obligations. Everyone just left a bit ago - may do a little decorating later today (maybe).

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  23. I can't wait to see your big reveal. I'll probably try to copy you because I love the idea of a French Country Christmas. (Not saying I'll succeed... just that I'll try!)

    Happy Christmas Season!

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  24. Looks so pretty Marty!
    Love the arrangement with the pheasnt feathers. I would love to have one of those here.
    xoxox
    Alison

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  25. Thanks once again for visiting and leaving such a nice comment--I know when I see a comment from you it will be endearing. Wish we could have a cup of coffee and chat and I'd ask you for that wheat stalk in your vignette, and maybe the plate too! Gorgeous.

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  26. Hi lovely lady.
    This looks Beautiful! I love that plate underneath the cloche. you always know how to put it all together for us.
    I hope you have a great week.
    XXOO Diane

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  27. I will be publishing a post later this evening that features you my friend!!! I hope you don't mind!
    hugs!

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  28. Beautiful! Love your French Vingettes..ready to fly to Paris.

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  29. I just love that old scale. Wish I could find one around here...I shall have to look after Christmas. Nice job on your table decor!

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