Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Pheasants In Flight

Now, everyone needs a little assistance with their holiday decorating, I have to say I've had the best. My Bailey is now 10 and he's helped me for about the last 9 years. The first year we played more than he put ornaments on the tree, but he was right there around my feet while I decorated the tree. lol
Ever so gently he started unwrapping the ornaments.
Placing it just so...... then he tired of putting "these" ornaments on, he said," it wasn't as much fun as the other tree." We didn't get the other tree up while he was here that weekend, but promises to come this weekend and we'll finish the red and gold tree in the living area.
When decorating for Christmas I'm more of a traditionalist, I lean more to the reds, greens and gold for the season. I truly stepped out of my comfort zone when I fell in love with ornaments having to do with deer and pheasants. I purchased several of those ornaments and fondly call this my Pheasant tree. Mr. P. was afraid I would tire of it, go and purchase something else to adorn the tree. Have to say I love the tree, it is perfect in the dining room with the chocolate brown curtains and the brown toile dishes that grace the serving pieces.



Pheasants in flight.










I chose feathers to go with the pheasants as a tree topper.



I hope you enjoyed seeing a bit of the dining room decked out for the holidays, I hope to have more pictures to share in a couple of days. Until next time...

hugs ~lynne~






15 comments:

Karen said...

Lynne, I love it! This is my style. I guess living in a house with all guys - has done it! What a coincidence for you to share the pheasant tree - I'm working on a guest bedroom with pheasants in the inspiration fabric. Please head over and help me finish the project with your comments!
Have a fun time decorating.
~Karen

Mitzi said...

I love the ornaments with the deer on them. Very pretty tree.

Aledia said...

So pretty! The tree topper looks great. I have never seen a tree done this way before, looks great! Have a blessed day!

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

What a beautiful tree, Lynne! and what an awesome helper! I had to come by to see him since he and my grandson are the same age! I hope you are having a great week!...hugs...Debbie

Glenda/MidSouth said...

What a beautiful tree! You and your grandson did a great job.

PAT said...

Oh my goodness. I can't wait to show this gorgeous tree to J. He will love it as much as I do!

Shelia said...

Hi Lynne! Oh, your tree is gorgeous. This tree is wonderful. I love your decorations - never seen any with deer - and the way you topped the tree! I love it. You have a mighty handsome little helper too.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Deanna said...

Beautiful tree, Lynne.
Looks like fun decorating!

May you have the merriest Christmas,
d from homehaven

NanaNor's said...

Hi there Lynn, I loved seeing your tree because I am very country oriented with traditional decorations but this was truly stunning-I especially loved the deer ornaments. Simply breath taking. Thanks for sharing and giving us new ideas for ornaments.
Have a warm wonderful week.
Noreen

Blondie's Journal said...

Your tree is stunning, Lynne! I love the deer ornaments. You take wonderful night time pictures...I just can't get the hang of it. Any tips?

XO,
Jane

Garden of Egan said...

Lynne, one word,
Stunning.

I love the colors and the wamth!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

What a gorgeous tree! How do you think of such things?! I love it!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Oh Lynne, the tree is gorgeous! What beautiful ornaments, and the feathers on top are perfection! (I've tried that before, and it looked like my tree was having a bad hair day!). I can't believe how old Bailey looks - such a handsome young man. laurie

Designs By Pinky said...

Oh lynne, it is GORGEOUS!!!! I love the colors!! Your ornaments are just beautiful! XO, Pinky

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

I've looked at your last three posts -- all your Christmas pretties and lovely. Thanks for visiting my table.