Add A Mark Robert's fairy to a wreath. Faux Green wreath decorated with a Mark Robert's Chef Fairy, is hung by french blue ribbon from a nail above the mirror. Tiered Round Top Collection serving piece is ready for some cookies!
The Mark Robert's Chef Fairy is ready to serve a delicious pie! He adds some whimsy and fun to the kitchen.
Special details add Christmas throughout the house. The yellow child's chair holds a Dept. 56 Toy Shop and toy soldier bear, ready to beat his drum. The red tinsel tree and decorations add the finishing touch to the child's bathroom counter.
An apothecary jar is a great place to show off a Dept. 56 village piece. Grouping on a tray with candle sticks and candles, completes the vignette.
Kathy has filled the bottom of the jar with faux snow. and then places the Dept. 56 Christmas Shop (in honor of Miss Cayce's Christmas Store) into the jar, and places the lid on top.
Now group the jar and candlesticks on a tray and the wicker side table is dressed for Christmas!
Kathy's decorating tip: Use trays to hold groupings or collections, to create a statement, such as a nativity. The true reason for the season, the birth of Christ.
Placing the glass and iron tray on the crazy quilt table topper provides a great base for all the nativity figurines.
Arrange the nativity figurines to tell the story of Christmas.
The rich tones of the nativity coordinate with the table topper!
The last king is in place. Now light the fire and sit back and enjoy the holidays.
Happy Christmas Decorating Y'all,
Kathy and Becky
It is worth a trip to Midland, Texas……Miss Cayce's Christmas Store
visit the Show Me Decorating Blog for tips and ideas!