Wednesday, December 21, 2011

I Wish I May...



Sharing how I like to decorate for the holidays, with lots of simple items from nature. I am not very big on glitter, although there is usually a place for it somewhere! 

 A sweet kissing ball

 Who says you have to use white and red?

 Always love pods and berries, even better combined with fruits and veggies

An elegant arrangement featuring white anemones

What are your favorite flowers for the holidays?

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11 comments:

  1. Hi Ann, I love your kissing ball...I always hang one from our main chandelier. My favorite flower for the winter season are Hellebore. Have a wonderful Christmas and enjoy your holiday with family and friends. Gina

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  2. I am new to your blog and it is precious. I too love the natural look, but I always do find a place for a little glitter at this time of the year.

    I especially love the photo of the table "who says you have to use white and red" Gorgeous Ann.

    A very Merry Christmas to you and your family.
    Mary Anne

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  3. Favorite flowers? Mainly green - green - all nuances of green! With a splash of red here and there and - if possible - some Hellebores which we call in German Christmas roses.
    Maybe a few "Weihnachtssterne" - but in general we prefer to keep it simple and natural.

    Lovely images again, Ann!

    xxxkarin

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  4. Happy & Merry Christmas, Annie !!
    Sending love, my friend...

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  5. After seeing your blog, my Christmas decorations are feeling VERY ordinary! This year I've kept the decorations very simple and have put the "tree" (willow on a frame) in a hallway. Unfortunately the camera doesn't capture the scene very well.

    Flowers - I have a huge bowl of giant hydrangeas and separate vases of different types and sizes of foliage.

    Joyeux Noël

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  6. Hello Annie

    Your arrangements are so beautiful.

    God Jul
    Anna

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  7. Hi Ann I agree ! i dont really go for red nd white either Love the kissing ball and the 3rd composition is exquisite isnt it yes im forturate to have Milan just 1 hour 3omins away to get my city buzz ! but then its only that time to fly to paris so im really VERY lucky
    My Hyacynth is blooming slowly in the kitchen a nd a joy to watch Hope you are having fun thses days Ann only 3 days to go now !! a presto
    Love fay xx

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  8. Hi Annie,
    Congratulations on being awarded the Blog on Fire award...drop by my blog to find out what to do..
    best,
    maureen

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  9. Hi Annie,
    I just found you through Maureen. She mentioned us both on her blog today. Love your blog. I just became a follower. Looking forward to future visits.

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  10. Congratulations on your blog award from Maureen over at Electic Revisited. Beautiful blog you have and you like decorating the same way I do..from nature!

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