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A Corner of my Home

Sil cabnet 3

I thought I would share a corner of my home this fall before I jump into Christmas decorating. I admit I have been keeping things simpler but I loved my back and white this fall. I think my china cabinet turned pretty charming.

Paper scallop candle 2

 and it went well with my candles,

Thanks feather 1

My paper feathers,

Cold tea gingerrr

and my gingerbread corner. Now off to decorate for Christmas. We have a fun theme this year. I will share soon xoxo



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Very sweet Clarice! You always do things so tastefully! The Gingerbread looks pretty amazing too! Growing up my Mom always frosted Gingerbread with Chocolate Frosting, yum!

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest

Beautiful Clarice! I love the black nail head trim on the sofa and the dried hydrangeas. Love the silhouettes too. Looking forward to your Christmas theme - mine this year is to keep it simple.



Dear Clarice,

Your black and white theme is so cool and relaxing! I love the pumpkin especially. We're excited to see what you have for Christmas.




Oh so gorgeous, Clarice!!!! Everything is so elegant and charming. And that gingerbread...oh my!


You are sooo amazing!!Everything looks Lovely.


You always make things look so nice, Clarice, and seeing your Christmas theme each year is something that I always enjoy too.



I still want to make those feathers...They are just so cool, aren't they? Cannot wait to see your Christmas decorations!


It all looks so beautiful Clarice! I can't wait to see what the Christmas theme is!


So pretty!!


So pretty!! Now bring on Christmas!


Sometimes simple is better, and you've done so well with the black and white. Looking forward to seeing what your Christmas theme will be.


so lovely, thanks for sharing. Your china closet is simply charming.

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