Friday, December 23, 2011

Christmas finishing touches

Here's a little glimpse into how we decorate for Christmas at the Pearson Pad. We usually just try to make whatever we have work with our current decor. It takes me all of about an hour to decorate. Here's some of the things we put up.

First off, this little pine cone garland across our entry way mirror.


Some berry Garland above our kitchen sink window.


Three vintage elfs on the shelf.


My grandmother's very colorful ring with disc drops. This looks so shiny in person and works for New Year's too.


I found this reindeer rug at Target on sale for $10. We needed a rug, and this one was too cute to pass up.


Two shiny pink trees from an old store at the Streets at Southpoint called Metropolitan. It's no longer there, but they sold the cutest stuff. The white ice stakes were a prize from a white elephant exchange when I worked at UCSD.


A berry light up topiary from Amazon.com. Purchased as a gift from my Mom.


A red and white quilt from our Aunt Marsha a few year's back and a green throw pillow from Target with 3 mittens sewn on.


I add vintage ornaments that are too precious to risk breaking to my apothecary jars and put them up on my book case.





Here's a little wreath ornament from Pottery Barn and a silver trinket box that is engraved on all three sides and the inside from my Mom.


Our silver reindeer candle holder from Target and silver candle from Home Goods on our dining room table.


Aren't these little salt and pepper shakers adorable? They were a gift from Santa a few years back and they sit on our oven during December.


This snowman night light from Metropolitan lives in our kitchen above the counter.


Our son CAP has become quite the snowflake expert and spends his days crafting these, kinda like in the movie Elf, with super fast speed. I save the best and tape them to our eat-in-kitchen bay windows.


Hope you enjoyed this little glimpse into our holiday decorating.

Hope you have a wonderful Christmas and Happy Holidays from our family to yours!

xo
Cathleen & Joe

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