Monday, December 14, 2009



Christmas 2009


Here's a little of what we've been up too this holiday season!






































10 comments:

Dana and Daisy said...

Very Nice Aimee! I love the deep reds you use with the sprucey green!

Drop by for a visit if you have the time!

Merry Christmas!
Dana and Daisy

Heather said...

Your home is beautiful!! Great job decorating, it all looks so pretty! Merry Christmas!

june@craftyniche said...

Your decorations are stunning!

Darla said...

Hi Aimee! I've missed you! I love your holiday decorations.

P.S. I gave up blogging 6 mos ago. If you are on twitter or facebook, please find me. twitter.com/darlaf facebook.com/darlaf

Cate said...

Just gorgeous - love the colours in your mantle garland & on your tree.

Merry Christmas!

Cate

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