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I always keep grapevine wreaths around my home for decorating throughout the year.
 I cut some juniper from my backyard, grabbed some wire and cutters to make a 
Christmas wreath for my entry way. Super simple!

I love how this turned out!  I used an old wooden board and stenciled
the word "Joy" onto it.  It is perfectly married to this vignette!

I made the small rustic tree {next to my vintage typewriter} from an
old topiary I had stored away. I added a grapevine garland and some pine cones
 to keep with the rustic theme. The base is covered in burlap.

Our cute lil' rustico Santa!

One of my favorite holiday decor items - vintage sled and skates.

Some of this...and that...on the table.

The ribbon on my kitchen wreath is from Pottery Barn 2011 Holiday collection

This year I opted to assemble a very simple, very small 
tree.  It works just fine in this nook.
It's filled with handmade string ornaments, a beautiful ribbon,
floral pics, wicker-golden trumpets, golden keys, 
instruments, golden branches, and more...

The vintage "Christmas Exhibition" announcement is 
from the wonderful Graphics Fairy.

{ Wishing all a Merry, Merry Christmas! xoxo, Nei}

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