Thursday, December 10, 2009

Christmas Tour of This Southern Girls Nest!

Ok, so there are three tours I am linking up to with this one post so here are the dates and the buttons to find the blogs.  There are TONS of photos and 5 trees!
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 Christmas Tour of Homes with The Nester
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Santa’s chair
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This is our memories tree in our den.  It has all the hand made ornaments that they kids have made at school through the years. 
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This is Kelsie’s Disney Princess Tree
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This is Kayla’s tree with ornaments that she has picked out over the years.
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This is the tree in our bedroom.  I did a post about it and the whole meaning behind it here.  The antique ornaments now have such meaning to me.  The only ornaments on this tree were those on my mothers tree when she was a little girl.
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So that’s my Christmas tour!  I hope y’all all enjoyed it and be sure to stop back when it’s not the holidays. I have lot’s of things going on throughout the year from new cookie recipes on Tuesdays {Starting back in mid January} and dinner recipes on Thursdays!  Plus lot’s of crafts too.  Have a Merry Christmas!

15 comments:

Kelli said...

There are so many things that I love (I hope I remember them all), the Linus ornament, the paper on the doors of your entertainment center, the bows, the garland around your lights (where did you get that?), the stockings...so much! You have a lovely home.

Darlene said...

Morning Joanna,

Everything looks so beautiful. LOVE all of your trees and your wonderful decorations.♥

Linda said...

1st...I LOVE your MERRY CHRISTMAS button...thanks sooo much...I'm grabbing it!

2nd...I LOVE your blog...I'm a new follower:)

3rd...I LOVE you "NOEL" ornament.

I'm sooo happy that I found you...looking forward to following along with you...hope you have a FUN day and Merry Christmas!

Blessings,
Linda

Kay said...

I absolutely love the Santa Claus with baby Jesus, so I think that is my very favorite :) But coming in at a close second place favorite HAS to be the pic of the main family tree with the beautiful colored lights reflecting off of the wood floor. So cozy and bright and cheery!

ellen b. said...

Hello Joanna,
You have some great Christmas goodies. I love your trees! Have a very Merry Christmas!

Rue said...

Very cute! I actually really love the bubble light :)

rue

Lamp Tramp said...

Your home looke so pretty and ready for Christmas, Joanna! I love all your trees, the big one is stunning!

Lianna Knight said...

I love you Starbuck's ornament..too cute!!!

You can see our Christmas Home Tour here...
http://bethouaknight.blogspot.com/2009/12/christmas-at-knight-home.html

Cherry Tree Lane said...

I love all of your ornaments! So adorable!

ThreeGirlyGirls said...

Great job! Love all your trees!! :) Merry Christmas!

Anne said...

No tree is complete without a Gators ornament - I have one too! :)

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

Beautiful decorations especially the nativity, I also like the one with santa knelling beside baby Jesus, thank you for sharing.
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IRENE said...

Hello,
Your tree is so personal! I love it. I have never seen a Santa kneeling to Jesus, before.
Merry Christmas to you and your blessed family.
(I have added your "I say Merry Christmas" button to my blog. Great innitiative!

Heather said...

Very festive. Merry Christmas!

beautyinallthings said...

I love the old ornaments. We had them when I was a kid. It all looks so festive! Thanks for showing us around! I am stopping in from Nester's place. To see my tour click on the 'Christmas 2009' tag on the left sidebar of my blog.