It's beginning to look alot like Christmas....

Well today was one long day.  I got up early to the pouring rain-yes the weather man was wrong again.  So, it took longer to load the car with all my paper creations as I had to wrap them in oh so lovely black trash bags.  I spent about 3 hours transforming the space to a Festive Holiday mood.
It still needs some tweaking and added items but this is it for now.
Enjoy!

Man I hate those floors.  I wish we were allowed to paint them or something.  Might have to keep my eyes open for a nice rug.  (But those make it hard to move furniture) 



The space has been taken over by trees wouldn't you say?  Those are my ever popular spindle trees.  Usually I only make them with distressed cream spindles.  But for the October show in Cameron I threw in a couple of black spindles and they proved popular.  This mall is in a more primitive loving community so I threw in some distressed red spindles also. 


Most of my inventory is still white and silver right now though. I tend to adore it and find it hard to break into a lot of color. 




My sister does all silver trays with inspiring words painted on them and then glimmer of prisms hanging on them. 


There is my tree.  Well I have about 8 trees at home so found one to use in the booth.  I see that I needed a bigger tree.  But man they are heavy.  So this one will have to do.  Maybe I can elevate it on a table of sorts..hmmmm 




There's my sisters Christmas subway painting.  I love it so much.  Hope it goes to a great family. 


You will notice above the mantle is a bit bare.  I have a project for that this weekend.  I'll show you it later.  I did glittered houses- what a mess and had such a fun time sewing burlap stockings.  More close ups on those later. 


At first I thought I'd have to take the extra ornaments home and then bring them back and add them to the tree as needed.  But I found it more appealing to put them in bowls on the farm table.  That way they can just grab them there.  Maybe it will save the tree from being bare too soon.  Probably not right?  


One of my cone wreaths.  Those are so much fun to make. Love them. 








I seem to buy silver when at thrift shops.  So, I put mini trees in them - they would look adorable in a dining room or a kitchen - that is where I put mine. 







Well from my village to  yours....
  Have a great holiday season. 

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32 comments:

  1. Hey Tammy, everything looks beautiful! I can't even imagine preparing for Christmas so early. I never finished all the Halloween crafts I wanted to do. Wishing you all the best, Tammy (I feel like I'm talking to myself. :)

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  2. It all looks so pretty and festive. Really gets me in the mood to do a little decorating of my own.

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  3. Wow it looks awesome! Of course I knew it would. :) The cupcake liner ornaments look great on the tree- a touch of red. :) It will be interesting to see which color spindles sell best there. When are you heading back, I will try and work on some santas for you. Beautiful work Tammy!!!

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  4. Wow soo pretty I think I love everything in your booth!! I looks so elegant. Great Job!!

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  5. Looks amazing Tammy!! Happy Selling!

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  6. Your space looks absolutely fantastic! All of your hard work has paid off! I am so impressed!

    Malisa

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  7. Your booth looks wonderful. Love all the sparkle and the paper wreaths. The silver pieces with words, made by your sister, are really pretty.

    You are ready for the holidays!

    hugs
    Sissie

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  8. I love your decorating style. Good luck with sales of all your fabulous Christmas items!

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  9. Your booth looks so festive and beautiful. It is noce you and your sister both contribute to the projects. I'm sure you will have a lot of traffic coming through your booth. Enjoy!

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  10. Tammy, everything looks great! I just put up a post on getting my booth ready for Christmas. It took me 4 hours......and a lot of work! it feels so great to have it done though!

    Carol

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  11. You did an amazing job with the booth. Sometime youve got to get an early start when you want to beat the rush. I certainly wish you the best. The season is already looking bright.

    Mr. Goodwill Hunting

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  12. Your booth looks great! My jaw dropped when I saw your wall treatment -- I am considering doing that in the hallway of the beach house we are renovating!

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  13. New follower here! I love the walls, the spindle trees, the stockings and all your decorations. You'll do great!

    Vicki at Rusty Rooster Vintage

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  14. AMAZING girl! Your silver star ornaments really caught my eye but I thought your entire booth was PERFECT - I hope you do really well with it!!!

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  15. Wow Tammy, your booth looks fabulous. I love all of the sheet music and glitter. It's so popular these days that I may need to check into some for myself. I'm a color person usually, but I seem to be more and more taken by the neutral pallettes these days.

    All of your creations look great!

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  16. Oh, how beautiful!!! Thanks for all the wonderful inspiration! :)

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  17. This is so beautiful. It's hard to believe that you transport it from place to place.

    I'd love to have you and your beautiful Christmas booth join my meme Seasonal Sundays. The link is open until late Monday night. Hope to see you!

    - The Tablescaper

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  18. Beautiful display! I hopped over here from Met Monday. It was a pleasure to view your blog.

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  19. Thanks so much for being a part of Seasonal Sundays. Hope to see you next week!

    - The Tablescaper

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  20. Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog. I am ahead because we are driving down to Florida for about 10 days including Thanksgiving. It will be time to decorate when we get back. Your space looks beautiful!

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  21. Hi Tammy, Thanks so much for all of the nice comments on my birdhouse. I'm sure yours will steal the show when your done. And to answer your question yes I did make all the pillows on my header. Thanks so much for being my new follower I appreciate it so much!!!!

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  22. Wow, what beautiful creations you have done!!! Great job!

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  23. Wow! You went all out for Christmas in your booth! It looks absolutely beautiful. I hope you sell every single tree!
    Rhonda

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  24. It looks absolutely beautiful Tammy:)

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  25. I just adore those cone wreaths you made. Your space looks just gorgeous, wish I was closer so that I could see it in person!

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  26. I too am getting ready to decorate my booth. I am glad to get the push from you to do so. No matter what I do it is just hard to almost skip through Thanksgiving. Well done my friend.

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  27. This is so beautiful! I loved looking at each detail. I want to go more minimalist this year but as I looked at all of your treasures, I realized that is highly unlikely!

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  28. Stunning~! ! Nothing more to say!
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  29. Great, I like your Christmas decoration, so beautiful:)))
    Hugs, Biljana

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  30. WHERE is your shop? I know you are in NC, but I want to come visit!! I am in Raleigh!

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