Sunday, December 5, 2010

It's Not Over Yet!

My decorating is far from complete but just to let you know that I am a busy bee full of glee (I know... that's SICK!)!!
I truly love this part of Christmas... all the excitement and glitter.. the sparkle and parties...
Truly it is the customs that I love the most. I plan to share some with you soon. The baby Jesus one is my favorite!
Back to "work". Who knows what will be spruced up next.

It's Mosaic Monday so take a minute to visit Little Red House. If you haven't been there before... you'll love it!



How funny... I just noticed that you can see my husband's reflection in the mirror. LOL Busted, David! (He's getting a second helping of popcorn.)

11 comments:

A Garden of Threads said...

Beautiful mosic! Love the christmas tree. Take care and have a great week:)

Julie Harward said...

Very pretty...I love your tree! Have fun you little busy bee full of glee..I thought that was cute! ;D

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

Oh it is so beautiful! You are WAY ahead of me...
Love the mosic, it is so pretty.

Theresa said...

Gorgeous dear Karen! I love the picture of your Husband in the mirror:) Happy Monday my friend! HUGS!

Vee said...

Ya made me look! How fun to find David in the mirror. Beautiful mosaic...your tree is just gorgeous!

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Oh so pretty.

bj said...

Great mosaic..and do I spy some Courtley Check, Mackenzie Childs? I'm in LUV...:)

tHANKS SO much for coming by..hope you'll come again soon.
I am going to sign up to follow you.:)

A Vintage Chic said...

It all looks so beautiful, Karen! I'm still working on mine, too...didn't get as early a start on it this year as I usually do!

Hope your day is just lovely, my friend!

Julie

Laura said...

Everything looks wonderful!
You have been a busy 'bee'.
Your tree is amazing-

L-

Rita said...

Don't tell anyone his reflection is there! They wont see it. Beside, that popcorn is important! ha! Looks like you are busy, busy getting ready for the holidays! Merry Christmas.

Nancy's Notes said...

Love it all Karen! Your home looks so beautiful and festive, I can't wait to see your village!

Hugs,
Nancy