Christmas China Hutch Vignettes
I love Christmas and love decorating for the season. But this year not so much! It’s the first time that I can remember where I’ve forced myself to decorate instead of enjoying it.
I’ve had a respiratory virus for the last few weeks that has left me under the weather and tired. I thought I had kicked it but it hit me again this last week.
One aspect of decorating that I love is creating vignettes and I’m sharing a few in the china hutch. As I stepped back to take a few photos I felt some of them left me a little disappointed… But it is what it is!
The angel picture is one of my favorites. It’s not anything special but I always get a serene feeling.
The last few years I’ve become addicted to lambs, not that I need another one, but liked the look on its face. There’s a sense of innocence on his face.
Another pair of Carolers, like the pair on the mantel, with one standing of a pair of red vintage books.
Decorating with soup tureens is a favorite of mine and so many different ways to use them. A towel tucked into the bowl and ornaments nestled inside the overturned lid. I rarely use them to serve soup.
The only red transferware platter I have found thrifting.
The plaid canister is a Joann’s find several years ago on clearance.
I found this adorable altar boy a few years back and just love the angelic look on his face.
My Mom’s bear tucked inside a smaller tureen. A blue church steeple in the background. Another lamb and one of my favorite cardinal ornament.
A set of Christmas hearts with an old time feel to them. One more lamb and putz house. The basket is my favorite Longaberger basket.
Well, that’s it for the Christmas China Hutch Vignettes.
I’m headed to bed since I’m volunteering at the thrift store tomorrow.