This year was a crazy year for me. At work, we put Christmas up in a store at the end of October. Doing large displays, then I had a fun photo shoot at my home which you saw before, and then I went and did clients homes. I have a couple of pictures of the homes I worked on below. All these pictures were done with my Iphone. So I apologize for the quality on some, but this way is a quick way of seeing all that Ive been up to. Not to mention all the Interior design projects in-between. Been a crazy way to end the year, but I love it! Couldn't be more grateful for a great job, clients who I adore, and friends and loved ones to celebrate this season with me!
All of the above were some sneak peaks of clients homes. I wish I took more, but normally I leave there home when its a disaster with glitter, boxes, and scrapes everywhere. But I was able to snag a few!
Went to visit my little sister and her family in Virginia, and went to some beautiful gardens that are all lit up.
Monument Avenue. Beautiful estate homes done up for Christmas!
We visited Williamsburg, where we toured the town and saw all the beautiful, natural Christmas decorations. They use only natural items, which made me excited and now were going to theme our entire English Christmas Dinner around this idea! Stay tuned, its going to be darling!
If you had a Pineapple on your door, it meant that you were very well off. SO I love the little guys hidden in the arrangements.
After that we went to the Tacky Lights Tour in Richmond, its crazy, and so fun! Here is a few pictures from it!
Then we went to this live nativity, that a few local churches put on. Where they build a village that looks likes Bethlehem, and you walk through the life of Christ. They ask that instead of just taking your kids to see Santa, to come here, and remember the true meaning of Christmas. It was beautiful and very well done.
Shepard's in the field at night.
The Star of Bethlehem
The Birth of Christ.
The Wise Men.
A Walk through Jesus Christ's life...
The cross, and when He rose from the grave...
We also went to the Jefferson Hotel, below is the front lobby.
Gingerbread and candy sled, every part of this is Candy and Gingerbread. So Here are all the details.
Then of course, we did all the usual Christmas things, that I have posted for the last couple of years. Pond Christmas, Christmas lights around town, Thanksgiving Point Christmas, Riverwoods, and so much more!