Thursday, December 23, 2010

merry & bright





















19 comments:

  1. so so so lovely....what a beautiful memory for your girls of their home. do you feel sad after Christmas when everything has to come down and the house feels so nakey?

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  2. Oh I wish I could bring a plate of toffee crack (fresh whip cream) over to you and enjoy an afternoon of chatter and laughter in your beautiful home. Love it!

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  3. So beautiful! Wish I had the knack for decorating like that...love it!

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  4. I love all the powerful words you've hung or placed in your home! They are so beautiful.

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  5. lovely! your home looks bright, cheerful, and full of love.
    merry christmas miss julie! so glad i get to call you my friend.
    xoxo-
    heather

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  6. lovely.
    so you!
    and so pretty.
    almost as pretty as your FALL decor.

    :)

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  7. I am in love with your holiday decor! Seashells & ornaments, I can't think of a better combo. Merry Christmas :)

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  8. is it ironic or deliberate that all of your pictures have a very AQUA tone to them?!? :) Beautiful! Merry Christmas sweet lady!

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  9. holy cow... Christmas cards?!?!?! you must be the most popular people around. there are like a thousand there! those dips that you make must really be THAT good!! hee hee!
    your house look amazing. i love your knack for decorating! so whimsical! :)

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  10. Oh, wow Julie .....I literally can't get over how amazing your house looks! So beautiful, so Julie!!

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  11. Julie..DELICIOUS!!! Your home just screams "come on in" i dove right in to every picture..just LOVELY!!
    Merry JoYFULL CHRISTmas sweet lady!

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  12. The photos are beautiful. I hope you and your family have had a wonderful day celebrating Jesus. My 23 year old celebrated opening gifts in her Supertones black tie T-shirt and I thought of you (and your husband, I guess).

    When looking at these photos I was drawn to the BIG Bible verse above the mantle. Where did you find that? I love it!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Such fun!! those peacock feathers reminded me of something that one of the teachers talked about during an elementary chapel service a while back. (your girls might like to try this!)
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    Have them try to balance a peacock feather on their finger. (they will most likely focus by looking intently at their finger) ... but, ultimately - balancing it will seem impossible.

    Now, suggest that they look at the "eye" of the feather (at the top) instead of at their finger while trying to balance it. (It will work!)

    Reminds us to keep our eye on Christ - and he will steady/'balance' us...If we simply keep our eyes/focus on ourselves - our lives loose stability.

    We now have a few peacock feathers in my kinder. class - and the kids keep asking me if they can balance the feather. (so cute to watch them!) :)

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  14. I must tell you, my dear, how much I completely ADORE the colors of your house! You'd have to be nuts not to smile every time you walked in there! I know I would be...from ear to ear:) Happy Holidays lovely!

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  15. Oh how I love that your home speaks volumes of your heart! Love and care for others spills out of the photos...what a fun place to be!

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  16. so pretty! I just discovered your page and LOVE IT! Thanks so much for posting your craftiness. I am your newest follower! Check out my site :)

    www.daphnecaldwell.blogspot.com

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