Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Holiday Hallway



After work this evening, I felt like doing something that I could complete start to finish before dinner.  I decided to liven up the hallway table that sits across from our master bedroom door.





I'd love to do something different on the wall above the table.  Any suggestions?  I picked this up years ago when we had this big old house with nothing on the walls and I'm craving change.



One of my sisters-in-law works at a paint-your-own pottery shop.  She gave me the fabulous lighted ceramic tree.  I love it!  I simply adore the colors she used.


I partially wrapped two hardcover books and one audio book with scrapbook papers to raise the ceramic tree up.  The real tree was only $5 at walmart.  I wrapped some red tulle around the plastic container to give it a little pep.


The tiny lamp and glittered Noel are sitting on a pile of four hardcover books.  I wrapped one piece of scrapbook paper around the front of three books.  The top book is keeping it in place.  I framed some scrapbook paper too.



Here it is all put together!


Rhoda from Southern Hospitality is hosting a Holiday Vignette Party today.  Go link up and have fun!

Thanks for stopping by!  :)

6 comments:

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said... [Reply to comment]

Hi, Alison, thanks for joining the party! You've added a lot of Holiday cheer to that little table. so cute! Love that lighted ceramic tree.

Pat said... [Reply to comment]

Festive vignettes Alison!

gena said... [Reply to comment]

Adorable ! My mother had a ceramic tree like that when I was growing up... I need to ask her where it is !!!! Hmmmmm !!!!!!!

thanks for sharing,
gena
www.thehouseonlavenderhill.blogspot.com

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shopannies said... [Reply to comment]

beautiful I have a tree very similliar to that one I fell in love with it when I was shopping at a junk shop one day

Funky Junk Interiors said... [Reply to comment]

Very sweet! My mom had that same ceramic tree so it brings back alot of fond memories. :)

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