Monday, December 20, 2010

it's beginning to look a lot like...

{welcome home}

{joy to the world}

{our tiny tree}

{christmas crafting}

{tea time}


{christmas angel}

{the mantel, sans stockings}

{tasty treats}

{mmm, strawberry rhubarb}

{brown paper packages, tied up with string}

Now that finals and boards are over {hooray!} I can finally start to relax. The presents are wrapped, cookies have been baked and I went to see The Nutcracker with my mom and little sister. I can't wait for Midnight Mass with my family and brunch on Christmas morning. Christmas, I heart you.

18 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! These pictures look like they could be in a magazine. The wreath is my favorite. I'm a sucker for traditional pieces.

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  2. I LOVE this! :)
    I love the 'Joy To The World' chalkboard.

    http://annawalker1992.blogspot.com/

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  3. Aww, I would so love to see the Nutcracker with my favorite women!

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  4. I love the Christmas crafting. Merry Christmas!

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  5. Gorgeous fun! Having just finished moving, I'm still fishing out all of our Christmas stuff and frantically finishing crafting. Is it wrong to post pictures of Christmas stuff after new years? Because I have a feeling that's when it'll happen for me!

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  6. It looks so lovely! I love the chalk board in the kitchen!

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  7. So, so sweet! We also did our gifts up with brown paper packaging this year, and I love the way it looks!

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  8. congrats on finishing finals! the house looks so festive!

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  9. Im pretty envious of everything you got going on here.

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  10. Congratulations! I love love love the Joy to the World! chalkboard; it's simple, but so festive. And I've always wanted to go to midnight mass but we never seem to get home from my relatives' houses in time. Hope you enjoy the rest of the week, especially now that you can relax!

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  11. How exciting! You sure know how to celebrate Christmas!

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  12. I heart xmas so much! as well as your adorable blog. a merry happy week to you :)

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  13. That tiny tree is darling! And I love me some pie in a jar (especially strawberry rhubarb).

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  14. these photos are so warm and inviting...love it! is that jarred fruit?? adorable!

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  15. i love love love your tiny tree! also, what are those crafts??? I love the tiny pies but what is that a jar of with the green tag?

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