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Christmas Decor Part 3

Today I am showing off the last of my city decor. Let's start with the living room:

poinsettia garland, mercury glass trees, ornaments and owl; plus deer candle holders
The tree:

All it needs is presents under it. I need to get busy wrapping! The cats will go, crazier. LOL.

My tree collection includes several yarn wrapped cone trees, a burlap tree, velvet ribbon tree and a  wooden tree with bells and a star:
 The buffet with Santa tray, cute teapot, and candlescape:

And my Santa Claus vignette:

I've had fun setting everything up. I had to make up for not being able to do anything last year. :o)

I'll be sharing the farmhouse decor next. The chickens are dressed and ready to show you around. We'll see you soon!


  1. so cute, Cecilia ! Love those chickens !

  2. It is sweetly Christmas there, Cecilia. I love that large vintage Santa face. It all looks lovely- xo Diana

    1. Thanks Diana. That is actually "The Night Before Christmas" book from my childhood - I love it and the memories with it.

  3. Very sweet Cecilia! I also love the brick wall behind your fireplace. I've always been partial to that and you're so lucky to have it.


    1. Thanks, Doreen! I love a brick wall fireplace too. I think they are so classic!

  4. Love it all Cecilia! Those mercury glass trees are gorgeous and the Santa display is so charming. Love the Ho Ho Ho done with blocks. So sweet! Can't wait to see the farm decorations. The chickens are too cute in their Santa hats! Have a blessed weekend at the B Farm!

    Hugs, Vicky

    1. Thanks Vicky! Getting ready to do my post on the ornament exchange! Then I'll post the farm decor Monday. Thanks so much! I'm off to do my side of the family Christmas get together. Fun!!
      Have a wonderful weekend!

  5. Oh Cecilia, your Christmas Decor is so pretty. My favorite are the chickens... who knew chickens could be pretty OR festive LOL! Hope you're having a good weekend. I'm about to show off your handiwork this morning. You're so very talented! Gotta spread the word :)

    1. :o) Thanks Sherry! You are too sweet! I'm off to get my post done. Can't wait to see what everyone got. Have a wonderful weekend.

  6. Good Morning Cecilia, your home is so charming. I love your Santa Claus vignette . . . your vintage Santa is wonderful. I came here by way of Sherry's blog and when I saw her ornament and hand painted cards I had to pop over. I'm sorry that I haven't visited sooner. All that I can say is that it is a busy time of year :) Well, it looks like you are all ready for Christmas . . . now relax and enjoy this special time of year.
    God Bless,
    Connie :)

    1. Thank you Connie! It's so good to have you stop by. The house and farm are ready but I still have a few projects left to do. Hoping to get them done this next week. Then I'm relaxing! :o)
      Have a blessed weekend and enjoy this very special time of year too!


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