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‘Tis The Season to Decorate your Homes


Christmas is just around the corner and everywhere you look it is starting to be festive, cheerful, and jolly. The season to celebrate and give our homes the happy vibe is here especially if you have children or planning to have some company during the holidays or any other excuse you can think of to adorn and decorate your home this holiday would just be fine. It is time to bring out those family treasured holiday ornaments and accents, and of course it is also time to shop for new ones. Speaking of shopping, which of course is becoming one of the most-enjoyed and well-loved hobbies of women all around whether there is a crisis or not, I have quite a few nice finds for some holiday decorating. These holiday decors and accents will surely spice up any dull and boring space in your home and hopefully add to the holiday spirit of everyone that gets to see them. These decors are something you would love to add to your collection of family treasured holiday ornaments.


Silver and Glass Spheres

Reduce. Rejoice. Recycle. Celebrate in eco-friendly style with these blown-glass spheres,all handcrafted from reclaimed materials.


Glass Cone Trees


Crafted by hand, these trees possess a lustrous metallic finish styled with a festive swirl. Their simple, elongated forms make a striking display on a mantel or table.


Mercury Glass Log Votive Holder

Lend character to candlelight with this faux-bois holder, crafted of glistening mercury glass.Holds five votives or tealights.


Swarovski 2008 Star Ornament

Swarovski's collectible annual ornament adds undeniable sparkle to the tree. The original design in faceted crystal is accented by the traditional blue ribbon.


Santa Shimmer Light

A holiday party conversation piece, this pink-faced Santa becomes animated when heat from a halogen bulb inside makes the glitter revolve.


Cracked Pomegranate Ornaments

Add a festive flourish to holiday settings with these luscious, sparkling faux pomegranates. Handpainted with realistic details and finished with just a hint of glitter, each is handcrafted of resin.

Old-World and Baker Nutcrackers

Old-World Nutcrackers Steinbach is recognized around the world for their heirloom-quality nutcrackers. Handcarved in Germany, these holiday nutcrackers are dressed in the guises of a 19th-century confectioner (shown left) and gingerbread maker (shown right).


Peppermint Twist Candlesticks

Like stacks of bright candies, swirled red and white glass make merry on the holiday table. Each is a single piece of glass that's carefully mouthblown and shaped, then handpainted.


Crystal Snowflake Ornaments

Sparkling snowflakes bring a wintry feel to holiday decor, whether hung on a tree or suspended from a garland.


Murano Angels


Canes of clear, white and colored glass are fused together, then reheated and mouthblown to create these delicately striated angels. Touches of gold accent their halos and wings.

Waterford Musical Santa Snowglobe

Snowflakes swirl to the tune of "Jingle Bells" as the stationary Santa in this holiday scene double-checks his list.


Monogrammed Holiday Guest Towels

Personalized with a single initial, these embroidered linen guest towels are a distinctive accent for the bath - and make a thoughtful hostess gift.


Images: Gump’s

6 comments:

Pink Ink said...

Love your header!

The Swarovski is probably beyond my budget:-).

Thank goodness for faux pomegranates. I once used real ones on our tree, they were so heavy, the tree toppled over!

Ann said...

Hey Pink Ink that was funny. You must have had quite a laugh when your tree toppled over...its the time of smiles and laughter no matter what, right?

And Susan thanks a lot for taking the time to visit and eventually put your first comment on my blog:)

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Yep. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Love your inspiration pieces!

TheDecoDetective said...

Oh good, you've found eco-friendly spheres! It looks so cool when they're displayed like this.

Pumpkin Petunia said...

LOVE the pomegranates and the mercury glass log! Beautiful!!!!

I just finished decorating a house for a house tour fundraiser (blogged about it here if you're interested: http://pumpkinpetunia.blogspot.com) , now I need to get started on my own house. Thanks for the inspiration!

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