12.13.2009

Tour of Homes with Nesting Place ~ Fa La La La La

It's here! ..... and I am so excited to be a part of it. Just click on the above badge and you will be whisked by Santa's sleigh, quicker than a blink of his twinkling eye, over to the Nesting Place. She's got a whole list of those on tour. So settle back in your favorite jammies and your enjoy your favorite beverage and let's go. You can tour by your seat....not your feet. Thank you Nester for taking over as hostess this year! I have been Fa La La La La Ling all over the place and I think The Vintage Nest has her home ready for the holiday.( For you Colin!) Come on in and you can just leave that pretty gift in your hand right over there under the Christmas tree. Thank You! :) (I am a day early with my tour....as tomorrow I will be out all day shopping with my feet looking for just the perfect Christmas gift for Bobby G. )


~ The Reason for the Season ~




























And my sweets, for your patience in scrolling thru all these photos, I would love to have one more give-away for 2009. This is the sweetest, delicate old glass, West Germany tea pot ornament. It's a very royal purple, has that beautiful old crackling and tole hand painted with some white flocking still on it. I will draw a winner in a few days from all the comments left on this post. So just make sure to leave me an email if you post as anonymous.


H A P P Y H O L I D A Y S


45 comments :

Lenore said...

Lynn, your photos and home are sooooo lovely and inviting!
I can't decided which vignette I like best because they are all so fab.....BUT I must say that the chippy old iron gate on your wall with a wreath is just my cup of tea....(that is for your giveaway)!
I'm also sitting here viewing all this wonderful Christmas finery sipping my favorite cup of tea.
Christmas blessings to you and your family!

Connie said...

Oooh, Lynn, I LOOOOOOOVE all the photos of your home and decorations for the holidays, sugar! But my favorite photo is you on that tractor on your sidebar! Yessss, it looks like an ad for a vintage tractor, chick! Darling. You have great taste, honey....
xoxo,
Connie

Sue said...

Lynn, Your home is just lovely, lovely, lovely!!
I wanted to just sit down, have a cookie, and look around over and over again... That white tree with the nests and the birds is so pretty. I love how you used magnolia leaves throughout. Hope you have a glorious holiday with friends and family! hugs, Sue

Dana and Daisy said...

Oh! ME ME ME! ha ha!
Lynn, it looks very lovely and old timey Christmas at your house! I love it. Do I smell cookies?

You know I might run a feather duster about and snap a few and join the party! It such a fun one!

Merry Christmas sweet friend!
Dana

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

Wow Lynn! I am so glad I stopped by today. Your home is all decked out and looks lovely! I felt all cozy and warm as I toured your home. I am partial to the roosters with the greenery...
Hugs,
Penny

annieg said...

Lynn, I thoroughly enjoyed my "tour"! Everything is so magical and wondrous, and I LOVE the ornament you're giving away. Need it! Wanna win it bad!! ooxx

Debbi said...

Holy cow Lynn, everything is so very festive and inviting! Your ornie is wonderful so I say mine-mine!!

Jenny S said...

I love the pig face hiding behind the Santas!! And PLEASE enter me into the giveaway!! Purple is hard to find!!

Ballerina Girl said...

oh, so pretty Lynn! I just love your house and this ornament from Germany is beautiful!
I hope I win it, but if not, it was still just as lovely to spend time in my jammies admiring your house :)

BG

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Lynn, it looks fantastic! Every corner has something wonderful!!! Love it ALL. And I am really in love with that volume of Dickens. How perfect is that! You just outdid yourself, and it shows.

XO,

Sheila :-)

dustbunny8 said...

This is my first xmas reading blogs and I am so enjoying seeing everyone's homes and decorations!Many lovely ideas here,I like using the old Elf knee hugger as a tree topper.Thank you for sharing!

Graceful Rose said...

Lynn, I loved the home tour, so many wonderful ideas and vignettes! I like the rooster one too. I must have that ornament!!!!! Please register me to win. It is so neat!

Angela McRae said...

Oh my, what lovely Christmas decor you have! I appreciate your letting me know about the vintage teapot ornament giveaway (I've never even seen a purple one!), and I'll certainly be back to tour all the prettiness some more ... many thanks!

M.Kate said...

Thank you Lynn for that beautiful and gorgeous home tour! It looks like a dream home to me. Love/M

GMG said...

Hi Lynn! Wonderful tour!! But, touring «by your seat....not your feet» doesn't make my day... ;))

Blogtrotter, which is always one year late in posting ;), headed to London December 2008. Enjoy and have a great week!

Deb said...

Hi! This is my first visit to your lovely blog. I've SO enjoyed the tour. Oooooh, I l-o-v-e the purple teapot ornament. Please enter my comment for a chance to win!

Jen R. said...

Lynn, I love all of your greenery and how you've out everything together! I think that wrought iron piece is fab with the wreath and your front door is awesome! That vintage Dicken's book is very clever too!

Marie Antionette said...

WOW LYNN!!!
I surely enjoyed the tour.It was amazing ,so many beautiful decorations. But Lynn,your decor is simply devine.I love your tree and the Santa and the light outside i love it all, but you always had the best taste.Thank you again for asking me to come back.I would not have wanted to miss this post.The orn is just devine.I love it too.
Merry Christmas Sweet Heart.
XXOO Marie Antionette

hannah said...

I love your fresh greenery arrangements! The old Dickens book is a nice vintage touch.

Sarah said...

Beautiful!!! I especially like the jug with greenery and candy canes. :)

Maya said...

Thanks for the tour Lynn! Have a wonderful Holiday!!

Jennifer said...

Happy Holidays Lynn! I love all of your decorations. The greenery has to be my favorite! I love using fresh greens when decorating for Christmas. Where ever did you find the vintage Dicken's Christmas Stories? What a treasure!

Have a great time shopping!

Jennifer

she dreams big! said...

Your home is so cheery and Christmasy! Makes me want to go add some more to mine! The teapot ornament is so unusual but oh so beautiful! Please enter me in your giveaway! uffda_68787@yahoo.com

Kalleen at Second Street said...

I do love your front door santa. Thanks for sharing. Have a Merry Christmas.

Miss G said...

lynn, thank you so much for visiting my blog. I especially like your fresh greenery touches throughout, ESPECIALLY the holly and candy canes in the white pitcher! Kelly

brooke said...

AMAZING! I love your front door the most. Everything looks so beautiful.

English Cottage in Georgia said...

Your Christmas decor is beautiful! It is impossible to pick my favorite of your Christmas vignettes.

SHABBY DENIM ROSE CREATIONS said...

Everything is so beautiful. I love your decor and always love your website.
Such a darling teapot ornament. I have never seen anything like that.
Have a great Christmas.

Muthering Heights said...

Your home looks SO beautiful!!! I adore your nativity scene. It's gorgeous!

Beverly said...

Lynn, everything looks just perfect - and I knew it would.

I love the way you have added magnolia leaves. I wonder if my neighbor would be willing to give up a few from her tree. ;-)

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

please sign me up for the teapot drawing...so cute! i love the tall Santa in the white robe by the fireplace!
debbie in Georgia

ldellap1 said...

Love the decorations on your front door:)

Torie Jayne said...

So many beautiful decorations, Have a sweet day!

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

I love all of it, Lynn! That photo of your door is fabulous. It just simply says Christmas!

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful home!! I was thinking of only putting out some of my Christmas decorations this year as I have a three year old and a nine month old but you have inspired me to get everything out (and maybe put the displays up a little higher than I usually do to keep them away from little hands :)) Thanks so much!
Jen J

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

Yummy! Everything looks soooo pretty, but I especially love the wreath on the ironwork!

Warm blessings,
Spencer

Margaret Cloud said...

I always know that I am in for a treat when I come your way. Your decorations are so pretty, I can't choose one, they are all so gorgeous, I don't know how you always manage to charm us all with your creations but you do. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, may the joy of the season brighten your spirits.

Designs on 47th Street said...

Oh Lynn, I'm so glad I decided to stop by your home. I'm really enjoying the music too while I stroll through the beautiful pictures! Thanks for inviting us into your home decorated so lovely. Some of my favorites are your little pixie elf. I also adore the magnolias with dazzling red ornaments perced on top. Everything is so nice!!! Love the tour.

Oh, and please include my name in the drawing for the beautiful teapot ornament! :)

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

Another fabulous post with wonderfully festive decorations!!!!!
~Debra
Capers of the vintage vixens

Debbie @ ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com said...

Hi Lynn, I love your post. I'm a little late looking at all the posts....there are hundreds of them and I want to see them all! Probably can't but wish I could. Your home is beautiful and so warm and inviting. I just love it. You have decorated so beautifully! Wish I could come over and see it up close!
Have a blessed week.
Debbie

Sandy said...

Beautiful to see your home, Lynn!

Merry Christmas!

Love, Sandy

Tanya said...

Everything looks beautiful. I love it all!

Kerrie said...

Merry Christmas! I enjoyed all your great pictures
kerriekg@yahoo.com

Susie Q said...

Just so pretty and fun and down right warm welcoming! Just like YOU!!
Loved it all...
Love,
Sue

Terri said...

Oh! Could I ever live at your house!! I love it. Annnnnnnnnd my favorite color is PURPLE!!hint hint!!

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