Wednesday, November 17, 2010

A touch of Christmas on our piano

To continue with the white theme and using near and dear items to our heart I was able to add a touch of Christmas to our piano.
 

The sight of carolers is a sure reminder of Christmas to me.  As a huge lover of history I often envision carolers in their nineteenth century attire walking the Norman Rockwell streets of snow singing Silent Night.


Another stack of Great Grandma's white linens make me smile.


Here is the snowman I couldn't wait to show you.  I found him at T.J. Maxx all alone.  He only cost $8!  I made sure to scoop him up and hold him close.  He now stands very proud and happy next to Great Grandmas linens.


Here is another very dear thing to my heart... it is a picture of my dad on Santa's lap.  This is a picture I keep up all year long.  It is just too precious to put in a box.


A musical bird just seemed fitting on top of the piano.  There are 3 tucked in this silver glittered tree.  And one sitting peacefully at the base.


I found these beautiful white balls at Hobby Lobby half off last weekend.  I haven't decided what to put in the other jars.  I am trying to find white and green striped sticks of candy for the front one but not too sure about the back one. 


I couldn't get a really good picture of the entire piano so I am using this side view shot. 

Decorating for Christmas has been so much fun! 

Thank you very much for stopping by and leaving such kind comments.  It makes my Christmas heart skip a beat! 

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6 comments:

Holiday Sparkle - Cyndi LaChance said...

What a great bargain on the snowman! He is adorable! I love TJ Maxx and Home Goods.
Cyndi

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Love that darn little snow man!!
I wish we had a Hobby Lobby and a Home Goods near us!
Boo Hoo!

Hugs,
Debbie @ A Debbie-Dabble Christmas

dj56v said...

Mr. snowman is just to cute!! Your piano top looks very nice! You were wondering what to put into your jars...I like the little Christmas glass gems...I have some in a jar here for Christmas. They are in red, clear, and green and different shapes. I'm sure they have them in a lot of different colors for Christmas. I've seen handpainted ones with little Santas, trees, candy canes, reindeer, etc. inside the glass gem. I found them at the craft store. Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Dorothy

Tammy @ tinselshop.com said...

Mandie,
Everything looks so pretty. I just love white for Christmas! I am trying to resist red and stay true to white but it keeps sneaking in...

Best wishes,
Tammy

My Blessed Serendipity Life said...

Love that little snowman with the christmas tree hat!

-Danielle

Celestial Charms said...

Hi Mandie,
Things are looking mighty bright and festive, over at your home. I'm loving your musical note decorated birds. So sweet!
Maureen