Monday, December 14, 2009

Doors of Welcome

Thanks to Karen for hosting this fun series!

Santa takin' a little break on my front porch.
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Santa's mode of transport this year. I hear tell all the reindeer have the swine flu!
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A mini tree decorated with Santa clothespins.
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Mommies and Grandmommies do this with your kids. They are so easy to paint and you can use them a hundred different ways.
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A Note of Explanation
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Oh, look at that face!
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One Last Look
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Thanks for stopping by!
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Love the Decor! said...

Your santa is too cute!!
Love the quilt behind him too!!

Melissa Miller said...

Precious red wagon Lisa! Your wreaths and front doors are gorgeous! :)

stefanie said...


Jodie LeJeune said...

Hi Lisa,
I'm a little early for the party and I wanted to peak in and see your Door of Welcome. What a wonderful door it is! Too cute with Santa and his gifts. It's ashame about those reindeer, I hope that radio flyer does the trick!!! :)
Cute Cute Cute~
everything vintage

Laura said...

Hi Lisa-

I wish I had my grandsons and those clothes pins with me right now.
I miss them.
One more week to wait!

I have enjoyed visiting your blog so much.


Stacey said...

Hi Lisa. :) Everything looks so festive and welcoming. Great job!

Connie said...

What a darling header and blog you have, sugar!! I'm happy to have you visit with me. Thank you!! If you liked the glittermist and flower you'll want to go back a couple of weeks to see other crafty items for Christmas trees, won't be disappointed I can assure you. Your comment about pictures of you???? Yep, I agree 100%. I'll have to show ID at the pearly gates to be recognized!!!! LOL

curtissannmatlock said...

Darling decorations. Thanks for the idea of the clothes pins. Would love to do that with my grand, maybe I can remember. :) Your entire blog is delightful. Thanks for sharing!

Mieke said...

Cute decorations and a marvelous quilt !

Karen said...

Oh my gosh you are so funny! Swine flu! Poor reindeer! Maybe mine could help fill in - although they are getting up there in years.
LOVE THIS POST! Everything about it. And the clothespin idea is wonderful!
Thanks so much for joining in!
Merry Christmas!
Karen @ Some Days Are Diamonds

Maggie B said...

Hi Lisa,
Thanks for popping over to France and visiting me in Normandy today.
I just had to come over and return the favour. You have double doors & double wreaths just like me!
I am a big FAN of Dallas because lots of my friends live there.
Wouldn't it be funny if you knew any of them, especially the one who's husband is a dentist!!

Theresa said...

Lisa, I love your welcoming Santa on that sweet throw. His sleigh, although small, is mighty cute:) The clothespin Santas are precious. Have a blessed day and thanks for having me!

Mrs. G said...

Your entrance looks fabulous. Thanks for sharing.

Shelia said...

What a cute Santa and love how he looks at your front door. Bless his heart, he's been so busy he deserves to take a break. The little red wagon is so cute! You have very lovely front doors! Thanks for popping in to see me. You have the sweetest looking blog!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Blue Creek Home said...

I enjoyed the tour.
Love the radio flyer and the clothepins!

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Hi Lisa, I absolutely LOVE your outdoor decor, and that red wagon is just the cutest! Your Santa and the clothespins, they are all so cute! Hope you're having a great week!
hugs and blessings,

zandra said...

So darling! Glad I joined the party. Thanks for sharing.
Merry Christmas!
Hugz, Z

Charlene said...

Cute stuff--I love that "I can explain" note!

Liz said...

Your home is so lovely! It was made for Christmas decorations. Storybook is what comes to mind....

Merry Christmas!


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