Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Holiday Wreath

 I love Christmas and all that it entails!
A simple natural evergreen wreath
adorned with a bow made of burlap ribbon
 on my front door!
 
 Urn filled with evergreen branches
and pine cones on sticks!
Mother Nature adds a fresh snow fall &
 wholla
I  have a white elegant Nordic style
entrance to my home!
I think I may carry this style of cool white 
with sprigs of Natural elements when
adding the Christmas spirit throughout the house! 
~ ~
To  families celebrating this Thanksgiving weekend
I wish you Joy, Peace in your hearts, and many
Blessings as you gather to give Thanks.
love and light
Naturegirl
 


15 comments:

Pamela Gordon said...

Gorgeous! I think I'm going to buy a real wreath for the front door this year and I have the burlap for the ribbon. Lots of snow there! It's pouring rain here Anna. Tomorrow, back to very cold temperatures again. Enjoy your day!

stadtgarten said...

Dear Anna,
I am so happy to see you back here in Blogland!
I hope you are doing fine and I am looking forward to seeing more from your part of the world.
Here it is cold and freezy, but no snow until now. But we'll go to Provence in a few days and there we will have snow, I fear!
Have a happy christmas season, hugs, Monika

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

The snow ads the perfect touch.

Becky said...

What a beautiful and all natural decoration Anna. I need to trim my holly bushes, and will do something similar. Have a blessed Thanksgiving. I've been away for quite a while. Just trying to get back to blogging. Take care.

JC said...

You did get some Holiday snow.
We will be celebrating T Day with spagetti and football.

Enjoy,

JC

Lynda Naranjo said...

Your entry looks so festive, Anna! And you've got more snow than we do. :)

warriormom said...

Thank you, Anna! Beautiful! I'm glad we don't have the snow yet, but it does make for a very festive decor.

Jeanie said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Anna! Keep ozy!

Judy said...

Such a welcoming entrance to your home!!! And I love your new header!!!

Anonymous said...

The front of your home looks like it could be a cover for Better Homes and Gardens. Just makes you wonder, what's behind that door. Gorgeous! Hugs, twt

judie said...

Awesome beauty Anna. The silent season holds some kind of spiritual message, if one will just stand still and listen. xoxo

Cindy said...

Wonderful, looks beautiful full of snow. I made a real wreath for the front door this year with grape vines and then covered it in everygreens. I wrapped it in lights.

I think a front door says, "come on it" when it has a decoration on it. I have a steel door so mine in hung to the side.

weekend et coup de brosse said...

Très joli post, j'aime beaucoup ton blog, à bientôt- Cath.
PS: on ne peut pas s'inscrire comme follower, n'hésite pas à venir sur mon blog.

Pearl Maple said...

Happy holidays to you and your family, love to watch snow blanketing everything in a quiet blanket of white.

Beverly said...

Stopping by to wish you a wonderful new year filled with all that your heart desires. Thank you for your friendship.♥