Part 2 - Pfarkel Christmas Mantel Faceoff

December 11th, 2015 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Sweet, simple and uncluttered. The colorway in this room is quite different from last year. The stark white provides a great backdrop for these fresh Christmas colors.
Rudolph needs a red nose. Just saying...
Vintage ornaments that resemble a little forest of trees...nice!
Cristmas in a cage!
The surprise inside!
A bird on a bed spring. Looks like a great perch to me.
The Mason jar. A staple. Need I say more?
Unexpected cominations and a whole lot of whimsy goes a long way.
Love the turq and red color combo. oh so fresh!
The wee little girls in red! Ho, ho, ho!
All good to go for Christmas.
Seriousl...if you really look at their faces you will know exactly whih Pfarlel did this mantel! Is it Flossy, Frannie or Fjerda>
Sweet, simple and uncluttered. The colorway in this room is quite different from last year. The stark white provides a great backdrop for these fresh Christmas colors.

Sweet, simple and uncluttered. The colorway in this room is quite different from last year. The stark white provides a great backdrop for these fresh Christmas colors.

Photo: Sue Whitney

I certainly see some family resemblance in decorating style here, but I see some true differences as well. This decor,  while still elegant has a more playful side. That's what I think any hoo. Have fun and enjoy the images. Of course, feel free to leave us your comments.


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Comments (2)

EmmasNookandGranny writes: Peaceful, soft and sweet!

~Marge Posted: 7:01 am on December 14th
suziart writes: I love it all...sweet iimages and adorable vintage pieces. Soft and Sweet.

~suZi Posted: 7:10 pm on December 12th
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