Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Country Christmas



                                                              Hello everyone!
              The weather has been pretty good here for November so I have been enjoying giving our home a Country Christmas look.
                           Our barn has an old back door that you see coming in our driveway so I have spruced it up for the season.
  Now,I am really looking forward to a little snow soon to really get the country Christmas look.
      I think you would all agree that snow would look better then the fallen leaves for these shots-but I had to work with what I had for today.
                  The old jaunting sleigh came from Coulson's and I gave it a fresh coat of paint.
                                              Yep! Definitely need snow!!!


          I would love to go for a horse and sleigh ride down some snowy country back roads here on the Island this winter but I may have to settle for using my imagination.

Well,I just thought I would share one of my projects with you.

And to all my American friends ~ Happy Thanksgiving!

I am joining Feathered Nest Friday at French Country Cottage and My Romantic Home for Show & Tell Friday today.

Thanks for stopping by,

Carolyn

28 comments:

Desire Empire said...

so pretty with or without snow.
Carolyn

Bernideen said...

I agree - beautiful - just the same!!!

Merlesworld said...

It's always so funny to think of snow and christmas in our neck of the woods it's always very hot and humid but we sit down to a hot baked dinner even if we eat cold meats and salads for the next week or so.
Merle......

Susan said...

Looks lovely, Carolyn. When the snows come, it will be frosting on the cake!

Take care and know that this Thanksgiving, here in the US, among my many reasons for gratitude, you are there! Susan

Hope said...

Yes...it's time for Thanksgiving Day!!! My favorite holiday.

Love the photos, can't wait to see your post when it snows.

:) Hope

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Carolyn- go to Pic Monkey and edit your snow into your pics - they have all sorts of snowy goodness to appease your need for snow!

Mogis Cottage said...

Hello Carolyn, very good ideas you have for decorating a country christmas look. I like it very much.
Best wishes Tina

IsabelC. said...

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! Lovely pictures

It's me said...

Have a wonderful thanksgiving darling !!...love love love Ria...xxx..

Gartenkraut said...

Nice sleight, i'm loving it.
Grüess Pascale

Katy Noelle said...

Call me crazy but... I love the season leading up to Christmas even more than Christmas itself. That's where most of my fondest Holiday memories are. So.... although, I think you're right - snow will make your vignette absolutely charming... the fact that we are still in Autumn in Winter (a beautiful season in itself) makes me so happy - so much fun to be had, still! =] It, actually, makes these images have a lovely and festive feeling to me. ;) Mission accomplished with this girly! =]

(I'm so silly and just rambling on... =] BUT, it's true! =])

.... just as long as we get snow somewhere along here.... I surely hope so! =/

Happy (US) Thanksgiving, Carolyn! =]

xxo

Katy Noelle said...

ps oops... I meant to say, 'autumn inTO winter.'

Gayle said...

Oh, I love it!! I'm wishing I had one of those sleigh's right now. Tomorrow I put up an old sled and decorate our porch on our old home. But for now, I better go make the pies for Thanksgiving! I stopped in from The French Country Cottage.

podso said...

It looks wonderful and very country. I love your sled!

Elzie said...

It looks beautiful - but I agree with you, you need snow!!! The slade will look even more beautiful then, lol.
Hope you have a nice day.
Love Elzie

carina said...

Nice looking! Now waiting at the snow!

Loraine Living said...

Happy thanksgiving Carolyn!
Snow yes ... But a few weeks later please ;)
Greetings Diana

A Garden of Threads said...

It looks very festive in your garden. Snow would make the vignettes perfect, but I am not ready to shovel just yet:) Have a wonderful weekend.

Pamela Gordon said...

Wow! Love your outdoor country decorating Carolyn. It look beautiful now and I'm sure once we get some snow it will be perfect. We sure can't complain about the weather can we?

Rowan said...

It looks great and will be even better with a dusting of snow.I love that sleigh!

Debra said...

Absolutely gorgeous even without snow! :)

Sanna - My Blueberry House said...

Hi Carolyn,

This is so beautiful! I can imagine what it would look like with snow too. A sleigh ride sound like fun!

Have a nice weekend,
Sanna

Shabby soul said...

Darling Carolyn I love this country feel! So unusual for your garden!
Hugs
Silvia

Linda said...

Oh, Carolyn, I LOVE it! You were so meant to have that precious sleigh! I can't wait to see a pic of you and Andrew in it, snuggled under a plaid blanket with a steaming cuppa hot choc! A Victorian-style winter picnic! What a great Christmas card!!! lol Wish I was there cause I'd be the one to snap it! Haha
Hugs,
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Karen June Miller said...

I would love to have that delightful sleigh up here on the mountain! Of course we don't have our snow . . . yet.

Love your charming touches, including the pine cross wreath!

Smiles from Idaho,
Karen

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Jeanette@Creating A Life said...

So beautiful, with or without the snow!

Robin's Nesting Place said...

You always have such great ideas! Love your country Christmas and I can just imagine how beautiful it will be with snow!