Friday, December 17, 2010

Pink Christmas Dreams

Merry Christmas sweet blog friends. Now you may know from many past posts that I love a lot a styles in decorating and have worked in many avenues with display and design. However, for the romantic, restful and relaxing guestroom retreat taking over the last and farthest room of our home, pink dreams rule.

This room is an extension of my business and reflects the cottage roses I love to paint. As with all the rooms I decorate for Christmas, this one sings holiday too. So without anymore words, let's just browse a few pics. Near the end will also be a few pics from my red room.

Pink feather tree with collectible ornaments.

Shabby sitting Santa among a bed full of romantic pillows.

Gorgeous Christmas stockings made by my sweet friend, Tammy from Stitch and Ship last year. They look gorgeous hanging on my hand painted rose wardrobe closet.

Gorgeous porcelain white rose with glitter tree and pink pine cone with snow made by my friend Lorri a few years ago.

Tiny vintage Ice Skates given to me by my dear friend Julie Marie of Idyllhours, to paint. They are the smallest I have seen and I just love them. I display them on my pink rocker from childhood. A reminder of my skating days and times enjoying this keepsake rocker.

Vintage World War II ornaments from a collection of my parents.

This darling Santa Cross Stitch was made by my sweet and dear friend Stephanie from Angelic Accents last Christmas. Looks lovely in this shabby pink room. Stephanie also cross stitched this darling vintage thread spool with roses and topped with embellishments. So yummy pretty!

Pink vintage ornaments in a vintage cup with saucer.

This vintage angel plays silent night and was my mother's from the early 60's.

Folksy angel made by my dear friend Randi many years ago.

Pink and silver vintage ornaments on a silver feather tree in my red guest room.

Thank you for coming to visit today and your kind comments. I hope your Christmas is also filled with holiday dreams and heaven scent blessings.
Have a wonderful December day.
Hugs from Texas, Celestina Marie

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