Monday, December 9, 2013

Santa is Coming!

Each year I put out this sweet Christmas scene of "Christmas Eve".
The scene surroundings change each year.
This year I added my bleached Christmas trees I made last year.
I used canning jars, salt shakers and teacups!
Isn't she adorable? She reminds me of my granddaughter Sadie.
A tiny tree in a tiny salt shaker!
How did Santa know?!
It's like Winter in a jar for year~round!
Even a tree on top of a jar!
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful day!


Debby said...

Those little figurines are so cute. I do love the little girl that reminds you of your granddaughter.

Kris said...

Hello Maryjane! I have really missed getting around to see everyone lately. I have had a lot going on here. Not too much left over time for blogging. But I have just caught up, and am in love with that sweet Christmas Eve scene..oh my..I just love it. And the hot cocoa bar is wonderful. We have been enjoying some hot cocoa in Santa mugs lately here. And your pin cushions are adorable!!!! I have missed seeing your posts....Hope you are well and enjoying the season!
xo Kris

NanaDiana said...

How beautiful. I especially like the little figurine that reminds you of your granddaughter.

Elaine @ Sunny Simple Life said...

Maryjane your home is always so sweet and lovely. Your family I am sure loves you for what you do to make it all so special. Merry Christmas.

BucksCountyFolkArt said...

MMMMM!! All so sweet and puts me in the mood to! curl up with a! watch old Christmas movies!

Primitive Stars said...

Oh my, how sweet everything looks, love all your displays so, thanks Francine.

Amy Jo said...

What a darling little scene!

Amy Jo

fixitfaerie said...

Everything looks so so nice. You always decorate your house and your trailer pretty.
I have a vintage trailer, 67 Field and Stream, but I don't think to decorate it, because it is in a storage lot for our complex. I do see a lot of people hanging out in their RVs during the day.
Thanks for sharing your lovely home with us.
Blessings Paula

Katmom said...

Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones.