Thursday, 3 December 2009

Christmas decorations (part two)

Although I'm yet to make any actual purchases or progress, I think I'm really going to get into Christmas decorations this year. Photo by Polly Eltes.

12 comments:

Fee-AMore said...

Wow this is very unique decoration. I love the jar seen.

martina said...

Simple and lovely - the beauty of everyday things revealed.

Little Monarch said...

is that oranges? what a great idea! and the candles are a novel christmas light alternative.

Sarah Elizabeth said...

The orange garland is so pretty and festive. It's so much fun decorating for Christmas but unfortunatley I won't be able to this year (we're livning with my in-laws while we renovate our house and they're not fans of Christmas decorations). In the mean time I love looking at other people's decorating ideas and dreaming about what I'll be able to do once I (eventually) have my own house.

Sara Bradshaw said...

Lovely and Love your blog! Thought I would share with you this amazing 'makeunder' by the uber-talented Aussie stylist Romy Frydman :) http://tinyurl.com/ykty45x

Dumbwit Tellher said...

These are all so unique. I try to find inspiration for decorating & no luck locally. I went out the other day to look & came home in such a sad mood. Maybe there's hope! Thanks x

Jen Chandler said...

I LOVE this! It makes me want to go home right now and hang up something similar! Wonderful :)

Happy Thursday,
Jen

Anne Perry said...

How beautiful! I tried to make those dried orange slices last year but they didn't work at all. I'll give it another shot this year and hope for the best - they're so lovely.

cutlex said...

That's very resourceful!

blue moss said...

this is so great!!! i just love it

Lobster and swan said...

love this garland!
I haven't started decorating yet either, first day will be Monday when I visit the Liberty christmas shop with a friend.

margarita ♥ Stipje ♥ said...

Love your blog
Margarita XxX