December 18, 2012

Vee's Note Card Party - Colonial Williamsburg Christmas


I haven’t been able participate in Vee’s monthly note card party in a while, so it is fun to jump back in again. 

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We went to Colonial Williamsburg a couple of years ago during the Christmas season. I fondly remember the natural decorations that adorn all of the historical buildings. It was truly beautiful. If I could talk Mister Jim into it, I’d love to go back in 2013 and take some new photos! May I see a show of hands of who votes "yes" to this idea?

In the meantime, these older images would make a nice set of Christmas cards.



























This post is being published a little bit early. I hope you will have time to stop by A Haven for Vee sometime tomorrow for the party links and visit other participants.

28 comments:

  1. Raising both hands and waving wildly here!!

    You definitely must talk Mister Jim into going back to Williamsburg!

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  2. These are lovely. I really have to make time to participate in Vee's note card party.

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  3. I would vote for another trip. I would love to go there. Your pictures make me want to go right now :)

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  4. Goodness, any one of those would make a beautiful Christmas card! I sadly am not sending any out this year. I had to take something off my plate. Maybe I"ll make them out in January for next year and be ahead of the game. LOL!
    HUGS!
    Kim

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  5. Beautiful decorations for cards.... They remind me of some of the decorations that my parents used many years ago... Gorgeous!!!!!

    We've talked about going to W-burg during the Christmas season... I want to hear the Messiah at Bruton Parish..

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. Oh yes! I'm voting with two hands. I'd love to be able to create such natural wonders to decorate my home with. We're not doing these sorts of things just now for fear of pitch on the siding. Hmm...

    I love them all so will close my eyes and see which one floats back...two...the orangeish house with the oranges in the wreath and the final one because of those wonderful textures.

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  7. Donna
    I love all the natural door trims.
    Yes, definitely go back again!
    Are you making your own cards this year? You should!

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  8. Hi, Thought I would drop in and see what your up to and as always everything is just so beautiful. Love them all. Merry Christmas. Sealed with hugs,LenZie

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  9. Colonial Williamsburg must be a lovely place to visit around Christmastime. Your pictures are fabulous!

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  10. Oh yes, oh yes! I vote that you go back to Williamsburg...and I also vote that you take me with you!

    I love colonial decorating. I love Williamsburg. And I love, absolutely love, your note cards.

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  11. I love these natural door decoration! They make lovely cards.
    I vote yes to make a trip back in 2013
    Visiting from Vee's Note Card Party.

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  12. These should def be published into note cards! They are great!

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  13. I have only been to CW once - in early fall - oh I would just ADORE going there for Christmas - I bet it is truly something to behold!

    These would definately make wonderful cards!

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  14. Hi Donna,

    Such lovely postcards! I love the whole Christmas theme with the gorgeous greenery. Have a wonderful holiday.

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  15. please send me one asap. they are so perfect for the front door. great!! Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year in 2013 to you & yours. big hugs. ( :

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  16. Imaginative Christmas decor with garden bounty and greens and they make stunning note cards.

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  17. These are gorgeous wreaths and swags and would make beautiful Christmas cards. Merry Christmas! Pamela

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  18. Hands down, I mean hands up, those are perfect images for Christmas notecards. You can always enjoy one as a screen saver too. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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  19. These lovely photos would make wonderful note cards. I love decorating with natural elements and it looks like the Williamsburg people know how to do it well.

    Merry Christmas, Donna.

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  20. Merry Christmas Donna. I love your Williamsburg Christmas photos. It's been many years since we visited there at Christmas but it was a delightful trip. Blessings to you and your family. Mildred

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  21. You get a resounding YES from me about Williamsburg. We visited one year at Christmas, and it remains one of my greatest adventures ever.

    I love your photographs. They make me want to go back too!

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  22. I love Williamsburg!

    Such great photos, too!

    Deanna

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  23. I really like that first wreath! Liker your cute sign at the bottom of your blog too! Think I'll check out some more of your posts.

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  24. Love these photos...Williamsburg is a favorite destination of mine so I vote yes

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  25. The wreaths with natural greenery and fruit really would make a nice set of cards. I saw an old pixie type slipper at the thrift store today and wondered...what in the world would you do with that! Oh, put it on a wreath! heehee! Isn't that funny that I would get the answer to my question tonight!

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  26. I'd love to see Williamsburg at Christmas. The wreaths and greenery are so beautiful and just perfect for notecards.
    Merry Christmas!

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  27. You've got my yes vote, Donna. We gals have to stick together ~:)

    Its wonderful to visit Williamsburg as often as possible.

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  28. amazingly beautiful! You've got my vote for best entries in the note card party! They'd all make gorgeous cards!

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