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Packing Away Christmas

Every year as I pack away Christmas decorations, I feel a sense of nostalgia for the past year and anticipation of the next. As I re-decorate my house for the new year, sometimes things go back just like they were before Christmas, but often I want a fresh look throughout my home.

Today’s post is a look at a few vignettes created with both the future and the past in mind. I did this in order to remind me throughout 2015 of what is important.

Birdhouse VignetteShelter, knowledge and respect for time.

Time Began in a Garden

Spending time with the Gardener

Birdhouse Vignette

Time

Vintage Photos

Family

Ageless Vignette

Mantel Vignette

Life, reflection and me.

Mantel Vignette

Balance

Birds Nest by Eddie Powell

A cozy nest

Retro Telephone

Communication

Blue and White

Remain active. “Moss doesn’t grow on a rolling stone.”

Blue & White

A cup of tea with those I love.

English Spaniel Vignette

Playfulness is a good thing.

English Spaniel on Books

As for me and my house…

English Spaniel PortraitBe ever ready for sloppy kisses

Bluebird Cottage

Choose the path of beauty.

Bluebird Cottage Vignette

May my heart always be at the foot of the cross.

Cottage Birdhouse

Open doors and open windows

Children with Tricycle Clock

Children

Everyday Comfort

Graciously receive comfort from my Lord

Portrait

And give generously to my man.

Time Began in a Garden

May the Spirit of Christmas be an evergreen in your garden.

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{ 4 comments… add one }
  • Jenna January 8, 2015, 6:44 pm

    what a lovely way of reminding yourself of what’s important daily~ inspired vignettes, just beautiful Kim!

  • Anonymous January 7, 2015, 10:05 am

    Love love love!!! What an awesome way to remember what’s important.

  • Charlotte January 6, 2015, 11:07 am

    Great photographs. Love the adorable black and white cocker spaniel. I’m glad Blue Bird Cottage found such a beautiful home.

  • Judy Pimperl January 6, 2015, 10:25 am

    To have each thought beautifully represented in your home vignettes…What a meaningful way to decorate. It’s perfect, Kim.
    Judy
    judypimperl.blogspot.com

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