Monday, December 22, 2014

Seeing Red, Part V

Our Christmas houseguests are about to arrive.
We're ready.






 
Wishing you all a Merry, Merry Christmas!
 
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14 comments:

rosaria williams said...

Ohhhh! Most merry! Best wishes to you and yours.

Linda P. said...

Wishing you a very happy Christmas.

yaya said...

Your home is beautiful and very merry! You made the warmth of Florida look like the cozy warmth of Christmas! Love all the red in your posts...Merry Christmas!

tammy j said...

well that's just magical!
and . . .
ignite the warmth . . .
i love it! LOLOL.
xo♥

Leslie said...

love, Love, LOVE your Christmas reds! SO cheery and bright. Happy Christmas to you, Becky, and the brightest of New Years wishes to you and all you love.

S. Etole said...

This has been such a fun and festive series. Wishing you the happiest of Christmases.

Dewena said...

Wow! I think I'm in a magazine here, I love it all.

Did you fold that intricate napkin? Fabulous!

Merry Christmas!

jmac said...

Oh...I am loving all of your "red" ideas!!! your home looks so lovely....crisp and clean!! Beachy!!
did you make the bags with the cute sayings? awesome!!

Have a glorious really ridiculous red Christmas, girlfriend!!

Nib's End said...

I agree with Dwena on the napkin. Can you teach us how? It looks like origami.

The reindeer pillows are lovely too. Merry Christmas to you!

RuneE said...

God Jul til deg og dine! ;-)

Becky Jerdee said...

Dewena and Nib's End,
The napkins are a lucky find at a tabletop store on Venice Avenue. Origami. Expensive @ $1 each but worth it for this special day. Christmas ephemera...paper magic. The reindeer pillowcases came from Steinmart for the same price :) $12

Beth said...

I love the bright red and white. Simple yet elegant and quite cherry.

GLENDA CHILDERS said...

Beautiful red for your guests.

Fondly,
Glenda

Midlife Roadtripper said...

That is just too pretty. Can I come stay with you?