Wednesday, December 11, 2013

christmas cheer on the back porch

mr. dan's snow shoes
an old plaid cooler
a white motel chair
 (from a 'no-tel' motel no doubt) 
and a christmas banner which used to hang in downtown franklin

set the scene on my back porch....

(mr. dan collects all those golf  'eggs' from the back yard)


and lookey here....

our very first snowfall of the year!

the white wintery carpet sure makes all the colors pop.

yep, lil ol me using some



michele said...

look at all that color! so charming--and those golf eggs caught my eye. my husband spends way too much cash on those babies.

enchanting, erin!


Glenda/MidSouth said...

Love the photos? Your Husband did good collecting all those "golf eggs". :-D
No snow here, just ice and thank goodness that has melted - for now.

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

What a beautiful sight this is Erin!!!!
I love the photo of you saying hello..
You have such a talent for displaying all your beautiful wares.

Seawashed said...

I love the white piece hanging above your porch. Is it antique crochet or paper doilies...I cannot tell. Lovely.

Carol said...

It's so inviting and cheerful. Thanks for sharing your holiday with me.



Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

SO fantastic, erin. Isn't this fun, to create our spaces? Every detail is to perfection. LOVE IT! Anita

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

Funny, that was my first thought. Lots of color here! I love your bright red touches, and the jar of golf balls adds a touch of whimsy. You've created a wonderful welcome, Erin, and I quite agree that a fresh dusting of snow makes it all look magical.

Debbie Nolan said...

Erin - your porch is delightful. You are such a talented it and I am sure the snow does add to the charm. Hope you are having a great day. Thanks for sharing.

Unknown said...

Your back porch is such eye is everything you do... love love love these

Custom Comforts said...

Very pretty Erin. As always, your photos and decor are stunning.
Merry Christmas.

KarenB said...

I love that you're using Dan's snow shoes. The cooler and banner are also treasures. Always lovely, Erin!