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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Bridging the Seasons...


Thank you all so much for your sweet comments on my last post!  I've been down with the flu/cold that seems to be everywhere, and have been gone from my blog for awhile!  While not 100% yet, I'm hoping to be feeling much better for Thanksgiving!  
Thought I'd share a few photos of how I am transitioning decorating our hutch from Thanksgiving to Christmas! 
Adding in greenery instantly changes it up...




These little guys poke their heads out everywhere...



but some Christmas accents are showing up, too!  Isn't this a beautiful old plate?



Silvery ornaments are always favorites...







and a petite feather tree adds to the festive feeling!


I received the most charming Thanksgiving card from sweet Sharon over at My Vintage Studio !  I think her cards are wonderful!  She has a lovely etsy shop , too!  Thank you so much, Sharon!


Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Until next time...

28 comments:

  1. I hope you're feeling much better soon, Linda! Your hutch looks amazing! Love the combination of hydrangeas, greenery, silver, crocks, and that gorgeous French labeled basket! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  2. The flu can be terrible. I am glad you are now feeling better Linda. I love the turkeys and the entire cupboard is lovely. Have a happy Thanksgiving. Olive

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  3. I love vintage ornaments. Glad you are feeling better. It looks like your hutch is changing over seasons nicely.

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  4. Linda-I am so glad that you are feeling so much better. Just in time for Thanksgiving, too. I love the added bits of greenery to your settings. It really dresses it up. Also LOVE that beautiful old plate- xo Diana

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  5. I hope you're feeling better for Thanksgiving,Linda.
    You hutch is really pretty. Adding a little greenery does give it a Christmasy look. That plate is beautiful.
    I am going to my daughter's at Waconia for Thanksgiving and going to the Bachman House on Friday morning.
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

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  6. Linda,
    I hope you are feeling better. It is just not right to be sick on a holiday! I always enjoy your posts. Today is no exception! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.
    Smiles, Alice

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  7. I love the vintage silver ornaments! I've changed my mind, I want to come to YOUR house to craft! Smile...take good care!

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  8. Poor you.... hope you are soon feeling better.

    I do so enjoy seeing the changes to your hutch through the year.

    Of course I love everything but especially those jolly turkeys, vintage baubles and that sweet and simple little christmas tree. Perfect!!!!

    What a sweet card you received .... Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Linda :)

    Karenx

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  9. What a very cosy and beautiful post, dear Linda.
    The grenery looks wonderful and lovely in your caninet, and the silvery ornaments so old and beautiful,too.
    The tree I love, and wish it would be possible to find feather trees here in DK.
    Your basket photo is lovely - looks great with the Graphic Fairy ? copy piece....
    You have with a little green and silver captures the wonderful spirit of christmas.
    I hope your flu will soon be totally away, so you can enjoy Thanksgiving dinner, with your family.
    Hugs,Dorthe

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  10. Sorry you haven't been feeling well Linda!! Your hutch looks lovely...a little decorating always makes me feel better ;) Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!! Laurel

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  11. Just beautiful. I LOVE everything you ave and how you display it all. just the perfect amount of greenery. Love your vintage ornaments. So so pretty! I hope you are feeling better!

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  12. I hope your feeling a lot better today!
    I love the silver ornaments too, you have such great ways to display them!
    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  13. Glad you're feeling better. We had that flu last Thanksgiving and it was no fun!

    You hutch looks lovely as usual. The old silvery ornaments are my favorites too.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

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  14. I'm inlove with your white rooster. I collect roosters and milk glass. Love love love it!!! :) Cait
    MyHouseMyCanvas.com

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  15. Hi Linda,
    It looks very festive!! I'm lacking in Thanksgiving decor at my house. Maybe, it's because we travel on this Holiday. I love your turkeys.
    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your Family!
    xoxo Liz

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  16. Sorry that you've been under the weather! Your hutch looks fantastic. I think I could pull up a chair and sit and stare at it all afternoon and still find little things I hadn't noticed the first time. Have a wonderful holiday!

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  17. Your hutch is looking awesome and I love the silver with the glass balls!! Very vintage!
    Hope you will feel 100% better tomorrow so that you will have a,
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    Warmly,
    deb

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  18. You have some lovely pieces Linda. Sorry to hear you have been under the weather but hope you are feeling much better. Happy Thanksgiving to you.

    blessings,
    Danielle

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  19. Everything is so pretty and looks so good together. I love your vintage ornaments in the silver dish. I'd be tempted to leave those out all year long.
    Hope you're feeling better today Linda, and I hope you and your family have a blessed Thanksgiving. Hugs.

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  20. I hope you are feeling much better by now and that you had a good Thanksgiving. I love the decorating in your hutch...beautiful.

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  21. I,too, am always surprised at how adding twigs of greenery completely changes the feel of a house... makes it feel so festive and warm! Beautiful sparkle from silver ornaments or vintage sterling pieces are just the right touches. And the mini feather tree... so sweet! Thanks for sharing!

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  22. I hope you are feeling better by now, Linda!

    xo
    Claudia

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  23. I just love how you have decorated your hutch! Hope you are feeling better and enjoyed your Thanksgiving. I caught something the week before I had surgery, then I caught something after...I think I will stay home the rest of the winter!!!

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  24. It's amazing what a little evergreen can do! Love all your vintage turkeys. Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving. Mimi

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  25. So glad you're feeling a bit better! Hopefully, you were much much better by Thanksgiving. No fun to be sick during the holidays.

    You're hutch looks amazing!

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  26. I missed this! but I love all the nostalgic elements here. You have the perfect vintage touch. I've always thot so. Love,love the ornies!

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  27. So much yummy loveliness,
    Linda! I'm sorry you were under
    the weather, but glad you are
    well so we can play tomorrow : )
    I love your Dundee marmalade
    jar. I need to check your shop
    and see if you have any for sale,
    as I've always wanted one. You
    sure have the touch, girlie; it
    looks FAB!

    xo Suzanne

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