Thursday, December 9, 2010



I usually decorate most of the house in
Blue, White and Silver
This has been my passion for several years

I always explained this by saying
Savannah is hot this time of year and
I am cooling things off.
I am here to tell you that it is, brrrrrrr,
cold this year.
Yeh, Yeh, I hear the laughs.
Hey, I had to take off my shorts,
We're talking COLD!

Here's a glimpse of my Cool White Christmas.
Savannah style.
I am new at cloche decorating but I will practice.
I promise!
I've had Santa for years. The pine cone is a candle.
The Angel is a music box. It was given to me by a friend who loved
Christmas with all her heart. I miss her.
Don't you just love her?

The little nativity is Marquis by Waterford.
I will move it to another place later.
Reflection made this one difficult.
Not sure what I was thinking here, Just playing.
Candlelight always helps the mood.
Isn't the Angel sweet?

I wanted to publish my first "Cloche Party"
with my sweet friend  
Marty @ A Stroll Through Life's
"Christmas Cloche Party"
Love Ya, Marty!
While I am not totally satisfied with this effort it is out there.
As I said, I will practice, practice, practice!

Merry Christmas

Join me December 15th
I will be joining several "Open House" parties

You know I love your comments
Constructive suggestions are welcome
Tomorrow might is 12 Days of Christmas 
Update time!
Ya'll come back!

Be sure to link back to Marty for some grownup cloches!


Grannys Attic said...

So very pretty. Thanks for sharing, Vicky

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Love your display! I agree, the angel is really special-enjoy:@)

Miss Merry said...

Gorgeous! The all-white theme is so sophisticated and elegant, for grown-ups! That milk glass colored stand is lovely, where did you find it? Your cloche decorating is stunning.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh so pretty. I love your cloche displays, the Santa is wonderful and your crystal Nativity is just stunning. Such a beautiful vignette. I love it all. Thanks so much for joining the party. Fabulous. Hugs, Marty

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady.
How did I miss your lovely Christmas Decorating with a all white theme so Beatiful !! So happy you are back sweet lady.I hope you are having fun with all the shoping OH OH. and Merry Christmas sweet lady.

Shelia said...

Oh, don't cut yourself short - your cloche display is gorgeous and so magical looking. You did an outstanding job and it looks very cold and frosty!! :)
Thank you for popping in to see mine.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Jo said...

OMGoodness this so pretty, love Bing singn' too.
Merry Christmas.

~SueSCharmingChippyCottageCreations~ said...

SO pretty I think you did just fine with this one Love it!!

Gillian Layne said...

So peaceful and lovely. I enjoy your photographs so very much. :)

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Beautiful and your cloche looks great.

Farah Muzaffar said...

Beautiful Cloche display Ginger, although I am not participating in that party but I love to see it time to time... And I am sure your white and silver will be a great contribution to it...
Your cloche display is great, love your pine candle very much ...

Kim @ Starshine Chic said...

I think you did a great job!

Tricia - A Rosy Note said...

I always think little vignettes look so pretty under a cloche. Yours looks very nice with the santa.

Hope you have a wonderful weekend :) Tricia

Miss Char said...

Ginger, I love your white and silver display. Everything looks wonderful together, thanks so much for sharing.

mississippi artist said...

I love your white decorations-so serene and beautiful. I sometimes get tired of all the red and green.

Sue said...

Thanks for following; your blog is wonderful...Love love love the cloches...You're an inspiration!


Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

This white vignette is stunning. Love it all. Thanks so much for your gracious comments. Some of my husband's family remember Buford from that far back very well. Thanks for sharing your story with me.

Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) said...

Sooo pretty! Love the snowy Christmas. So it's hot in Savannah at Christmastime? I never realized that! It surely isn't hot in ATL most Christmases. I don't like the cold!

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