Holiday Guide: For The Tree

Here's part of the second roundup for the Holiday issue - pretty things for the tree. This was my favorite one to put together, but hard to narrow down (Etsy was a treasure trove of vintage ornaments!). See more here.

1. glittered jumbo pinecone - smile mercantile, 2. fantasia ornaments - mary beth hale, 3. felt pinecones - cody foster & co., 4. star urchin topper - kissa design, 5. geometric garland - confetti system

9 comments:

Susan said...

I could go nuts on vintage ornaments...I can't even look! ;)

Milynn {Love + Whimsy} said...

Love these! The first two ornaments would go perfectly with my theme :)

rooth said...

Oh man, I could totally spend too much money on etsy with regards to holiday stuff!

Chloe Moon said...

The glittered jumbo pine cone is very pretty! Love the tree topper! =)

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Becca said...

I love how all your photo collages are so complimentary and every image crisp, clean, and flooded with light. Your taste comes through in them no matter what their theme... including holiday ornaments. :-)

Lindsey Louise Bales said...

oh gosh, this is such a cute post! every item feels so refreshing.

lindsey louise

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alli/hooray said...

Susan & rooth, I know what you mean!

Becca, thank you - means a lot coming from you!

Krystal said...

we are putting our tree up tomorrow, i'm quite excited :)

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