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Saturday, November 24, 2012

A Little French Country Christmas Started

Did you all survive Thanksgiving.  Ours was wonderful and we are having another one Sunday, so I have a turkey and dressing, green bean casserole, candied yams, mashed potatoes, gravy and cranberry sauce all planned and organized for another big feast.  I'm baking a second round of goodies, so while that is in the oven, I have been playing and creating another small French Country Christmas vignette for the kitchen.  Here's a little sneak peak.







Some flowers and pinecones is about all I have out for Christmas.  Too early to get all those boxes down from the attic.


This is similar to one I did once before.  I had the bread and it was going stale, so good time to decorate with it.

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

Also a huge thank you to everyone that has donated to Elves for Ceekay.  Tomorrow is the last day the paypal button will be open for donations.  If you havn't ready the whole story, just click here. Thanks again, we are just about there to be able to grant her wish.




11 comments:

  1. Oh a French Christmas...looks good. Glad you had a great holiday. Ours was too, headed out today to get our tree!

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  2. Marty, your vignette looks gorgeous!!! You always do such a beautiful job. You are so brave having another Thanksgiving feast on Sunday! LOL I am still trying to recuperate from my ten hours in the kitchen.:) But we had a wonderful time! Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

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  3. Glad to hear your Thanksgiving went wonderfully and that you get to do it again.
    Our day was peaceful, joyful and quiet, which for us, made it a most Blessed day.
    I'm sending you an email. just wanted you to know in case, as sometimes happens with aol, it goes to your spam mail file...
    xoxo

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  4. Your vignette is beautiful, Marty. We had two Thanksgivings, too. One was much smaller though, thank goodness. I hope you can unwind and rest a bit after tomorrow- xo Diana

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  5. Wow, your Thanksgiving must have been great if you are doing a "repeat!" The vignette is lovely!

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  6. Great vignette, Marty! You're amazing! Enjoy your second Thanksgiving!!

    Karen

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  7. Great vignette, Marty!!! Have fun decorating! xo

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  8. Marty,
    I adore the touches of Christmas in your kitchen!!!
    Your header is so~o~o festive for the holidays...a vision of loveliness!!!
    EnJOY your second round of Thanksgiving feasts!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  9. It's beautiful and your header is inspiring. Thanks for sharing it.

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  10. Christmas! Glad to see your post, always enjoy them and have lost them. Thanks ... I can only imagine the time and effort it takes.

    Viburnum Shrubs

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