After scouring up a few previously posted images for Vee’s latest note card party, I got to thinking. It’s a dangerous thing, that thinking business. Because if I think long enough, I might get a little jolt of energy to also tinker. And tinker, I did. I dived into my photo archives from our Colonial Williamsburg trip two years ago and edited some fresh images to share with you.
So it’s time to settle down from the hustle and bustle, take a little break, and go on a little journey with me. No shoes required. (And don't forget to click each image to see a bigger size!)
It seems that every door in the historic area is adorned with a wreath, all made out of natural materials. This colorful one looked stunning on a red door and lit by a beam of late afternoon sunlight.
An expanse of siding needs a colorful swag too!
A humble screen door in a nearby residential area never looked so good.
Even a garden shed gets into the Christmas spirit!
Pine roping and a trio of simple wreaths provide a grand top to this 16-pane window.
Don’t you just love this little cottage and picket fence, ready for the season? Be still my heart!
Some wreaths are so pretty, they have to be admired up close.
And we can’t forget our feathered friends during the season. The residents of this bird bottle have the Christmas spirit too!
Ah, that was fun, wasn’t it?