Monday, December 5, 2011

Christmas Mantel

It's finally beginning to look like
Christmas around here!


Usually the decorations start to go up the day after
Thanksgiving.


This year I started a bit late because the weather was so warm.
I wasn't feeling very Christmas-y!
Even though the stores have been selling Christmas since 
Halloween!


So far the tree is up and the mantel is done.
Well, I may add an ornament to the tree 
or
a few more candles to the mantel, 
but for the most part they're done.



Now for the front door, banister, dining room, etc., etc!

Happy decorating!
-Lynn


10 comments:

kitty said...

I love your stunning photos, Lynn! Your mantle is beautiful. I also wanted to tell you how yummy that pork tenderloin looks with those roasted potatoes. What a quick, but fabulous meal. I need to look for some of that blood orange olive oil...mmmmm!!!

Gloria said...

Poppi Linn look absolutely beautiful:)

Christine @ Stonehouse Living said...

Hi Lynn,

Your mantel is so pretty!
Love the red star and candles...
Have a great week!
All the Best,
Christine

Cindy said...

Your mantle is lovely, Poppi! I love the way you have put it together. I am wondering how you got such wonderful photos, did you take them during the day when you had lots of light? That is probably what I did wrong, taking photos at night, that is.
Hugs, Cindy

Honey at 2805 said...

Beautiful mantle and stunning photos!

My Little Home and Garden said...

One day, I will have a fireplace and a beautiful mantel. Yours is really lovely, Lynn! Enjoy your decorating!
-Karen

GLENDA CHILDERS said...

Beautiful work.

Fondly,
Glenda

Mariaelena said...

good morning Lynn...so glad I finally realized that you have a blog. Your photography is amazing...your mantel looks gorgeous!..xo, Mariaelena

Yummy Mummy said...

Thanks so much for stopping by yummymummykitchen.com your blog and mantel are lovely and I'm now following. Happy Holidays!

Cathy said...

Your photos are beautiful, Lynn. I can't imagine preparing for Christmas when the weather is warm. Here in the Pacific NW December is usually our wettest month and sometimes the coldest. Thank you so much for visiting my blog. It's a pleasure to meet you. I'm off now to read more of your posts.