Christmas At Our House

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16 Responses

  1. A nativity made out of Coke cans? Love.

  2. I love it all, especially Babar. For obvious reasons.

  3. I’m totally in love with that silver wreath! The pictures are beautiful.

  4. You totally inspire me.

  5. Babar is my favorite too.

  6. That reminds me, I totally need a nativity set. And, uh, a place to put it. (*looks speculatively around the living room*)

  7. What great photos! I want to have Christmas at your house now, too.

  8. You have the nicest attention to detail. I really appreciate all the little touches 🙂

    Also, I am still reeling in astonishment with how f*ucking fantastic your list of 100 things is. I’m keeping it forever and handing it out to anyone who might ever want to buy me a gift.

    Also, I copied at least 3 of your ideas for this year–including an order of beans from Rancho Gordo. They arrived yesterday and they are beautiful! I am so tempted to keep them myself.

  9. beautiful! I want some of your style to rub off on me! I have that same babar! My mom gave it to me because of the whole name thing…

  10. So festive! Love it!

  11. Beautiful!

  12. Will you please tell me where you found the paper cut outs that line the window and mantel? I just love the way that looks! It’s all so beautiful.

  13. oh! i love all of these shots! i love christmas! you’ve inspired me to do something similar. and damn, you send out a lot of christmas cards!! 🙂 i’m happy if i can get half that amount out!

  14. i would like to come to your house for christmas, not only because i’m sure it would be fun and maybe i could make friends with that adorable kid of yours, but because i did absolutely no decorating this year. not even a tree. apparently, i’m living vicariously through christmas on the internet this year.

  15. I’m not even kidding. When I read this the scent of pine wafted through the room. Weird.

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