I decided to go with a little snow on top of the roll of cotton snow.
With special instructions for my little ones fingers to stay out!!
I then added a few different trees, and some pine cones from the yard.
I used 2 of my many Woodland Old Santa's.
I bought this sweet little deer at an Estate sale last month, and I gotta say,
he quickly became one of my favorites!
Again I used my vintage celluloid Bucks.
I love this ones curly beard!
Not a great picture, it is a little cloudy here, so lighting was an issue. I wanted to show my antique mirror. I have had it for about 15 years and it is huge and heavy, just how I like my mirrors! I only paid $25 for it. I placed a wreath in the center of the mirror and trimmed the frame with a few different faux garlands.
I swear this snow looks so real!
Nothing says Woodland more than a large pine cone and a deer antler that was shed last spring.
We go to our friend property in the early spring and walk the 30 acres (not all of it!) and look
for 'shed' antlers. It is usually very cold, but the house is huge and usually every
bed is full, and a great time is had by all.
Not sure where I am going to put my side dishes at Christmas dinner, but hey,
it looks good! Thant's the most important part, right??