Until recently, I would have said to choose a theme that speaks to you – or one that has been speaking to you for months on end. I’ve had a thing for vintage travel trailers this year, so that’s the theme I’ve had in mind.
Are you obsessed with a certain theme for your Christmas decorations this year?
When we visited Nashville over Memorial weekend, I bought Spunky Daughter this tea towel. She and I laughed hysterically when we saw it. She begged me to buy it for her.
Much to our surprise (and glee!), SD has a neighbor with the cutest vintage travel trailer door decoration. SD asked her neighbor where we could get one. Sadly, we missed the opportunity to go to Mississippi’s Neshoba County Fair, where the vendor had such things for sale.
I’ve been working on some Christmas surprises that you’ll see soon. Meanwhile, as I’m slowly adding decorations this week, I seem to be leaning toward the Olde Time look of things, as you saw in yesterday’s tablescape post.
How do vintage travel trailers mix with olde time decor? That’s what I’ve been wondering….
The banister garland is the same as last year.
Well, except I added something new – pheasant feathers.
Adding natural elements reminds me of decorations way back when – in times of olde.
It looks like my addiction all year to vintage travel trailers won’t make the overall decorating cut. Instead, the surprises to that end will center around one certain area and not over the entire house.
Adding natural elements is so easy – and adds an olde time woodland look. I guess SD might like some vintage travel trailer decorations? Ha!
The surprise is on me! Any surprises at your house?