Sometimes I have what I think are brilliant ideas for a blog post. I take on a project, shoot a bunch of photos, and in the end I only have one or two pictures that I like. It doesn’t feel like I have enough for a full on blog post. Such has been the case with most of my holiday decorating this season.
I was going to do a full post on the winter window box, but I really only had two decent photos.
It looks great in person. The lights are pretty at night. But the photos just felt sort of blah.
I also decorated the Eastlake dresser that is next to my back door.
I picked up the small silver ornaments in Germany and the vintage camera was a gift from my friend Sue.
The vintage Christmas postcard in the typewriter is from 1926, and was mailed from Notodden, Norway to Minneapolis with a Christmas message written in Norwegian. God Jul!
I’ve also added a festive holiday pop to my Kitchen Scale buffet.
I was hoping to have some more photos to share with you, but it’s been so gloomy here lately that I can’t get any good pictures.
The forecast calls for sun this weekend though, and I hope to get a few projects cranked out that I can share with you next week. Stay tuned.