Today I am sharing a wreath found on the door of John Coke’s Office, a private residence in Colonial Williamsburg. It has an evergreen base with a huge Osage Orange in the center surrounded by star anise, apples, lotus seed pods, magnolia leaves, pinecones and winterberries. There are even a few juniper berries tucked in here and there.
I hope you stop by again tomorrow and the rest of this month for more decorations from the Revolutionary City!
Merry Christmas and thank you for joining me for Day 8 of 25 Days of Christmas Wreaths! This month from now until Christmas I am sharing wreaths from Colonial Williamsburg‘s 2015 season with you. Today’s wreath adorned the Wigmaker’s Shop and features all kinds of... Continue reading →
Welcome to Day 7 of 25 Days of Christmas Wreaths! We are one week into December already! All this month from now until Christmas I am sharing a few of Colonial Williamsburg‘s 2015 Christmas Wreaths with you. I am hoping you can find some... Continue reading →
Happy Holidays! It is already Day 6 of 25 Days of Christmas Wreaths and I am sharing Colonial Williamsburg‘s 2015 Christmas Wreaths with you so you can get inspired to create new and natural décor for you home this Holiday Season.... Continue reading →
Hello and welcome to Day 5 of 25 Days of Christmas Wreaths here on the blog. All this month I am sharing Colonial Williamsburg‘s 2015 Holiday Wreaths and Décor as a way to inspire your Holiday Trimmings! Today’s wreath is from The Apothecary... Continue reading →
They say it’s a small world. And you know, it really is. Keith and I were in Colonial Williamsburg for the Grand Illumination and we ran into his cousin Sally from Pittsburgh. Neither of us knew the other... Continue reading →
Welcome back to my 25 Days of Christmas Wreaths here on the blog. It is Day 4 of sharing wreaths from Colonial Williamsburg‘s 2015 Holiday Décor with you. Today’s wreath is another simple wreath made of grapevine and decorated with dried... Continue reading →
Hello! All this month I am sharing beautiful wreaths from Colonial Williamsburg with you as part of my 25 Days of Christmas Wreaths and today is Day 3! A simple wreath of Fraser Fir adorns the door of the Nicholson Store. It... Continue reading →
Welcome Back! It’s Day 2 of 25 Days of Christmas Wreaths and today I have another pretty wreath from Colonial Williamsburg to share with you! Today’s wreath is from the porch of the Alexander Purdie House. And it is simple – only... Continue reading →
It’s December 1st and that means that it is time for me to do another 25 Days of Christmas here on the blog. In the past I have shared a lot of Free Digital Goodies, like Christmas Seals, Angels and... Continue reading →