Monday, December 2, 2013

$500.00 French Farmhouse Christmas Gift Card Giveaway, Wintersteen Farms Wreaths, Silver Tipped Christmas Trees, Anthropologie Ornaments


Hello!
I hope you all enjoyed your Thanksgiving day yesterday.....
Today we will be giving away a $500.00 gift card to my online shop along with a Wintersteen Farms Wreath.....
My cousin Jeff and his wife Kelly own Wintersteen Farms.....
Wintersteen Farms is a 36 acre noble and douglas tree farm located in Eagle Creek, Oregon....
The entire process of creating, decorating, and shipping each wreath is performed at Wintersteen Farms.... 
Their wreaths are honestly one of my favorite gifts to give during the holidays....
The giveaway details will be at the end of this post....


Our favorite Christmas trees to use during the holidays are the Silver Tipped Christmas trees....
We purchase our silver tipped trees from  Sierra Magnifica Trees.....

 

This year I fell in love with Anthropologie's candy striped ornaments and 
used them to adorn the trees in some of the product pictures.
I thought I would share a few images of items we added to our French Farmhouse Christmas section on November 20th along with a few simple Christmas decorating ideas..... Some of the items are currently out of stock,  however we are currently working on restocking the shop and hope to have some new items available around December 15th.



A vintage French crate filled with a silver tip tree.....


Ella modeling her Billy Wolf NYC jacket on a vintage French crate.....
I discovered these dog jackets on pinterest this fall, and I can't tell you how much we love these adorable jackets....
We also have stockings made from vintage European grain sacks......


Another vintage French crate filled with a silver tip tree.....
I found the plaid material in Bordeaux this fall....
I fell in love with this material.
It really was the inspiration behind my French Farmhouse Christmas displays for my product pictures this year.
I also brought the breadboards home from France as well....




I found this beautiful pot at a market in Villeneuve les Avignon along with the collar that Ella is wearing.... It even has a little bell attached to it....


I thought it would be fun to turn a breadboard into an advent calendar....


We put 24 nails into the breadboard in the shape of a tree and then hung the ornaments from the nails.... We also stamped numbers onto tags and hung the tags behind the ornaments....
The idea is the kids hang one ornament on the tree each day starting December 1st....


This season I have become obsessed with vintage French ticking and plaid fabrics....
I purchased the ticking last year and wrapped it around the base of our Christmas tree....
It only took me a year to get brave enough to cut into it.....


The basket the silver tipped tree is in is from Europe and are used in gardens.....
We typically use these baskets around our house to store shoes in....
They also make great laundry baskets......
We have a limited supply of these available in the shop.......


My mom used to hang sleigh bells on the door every Christmas season....
These bells bring back so many childhood memories for me....





I have  a few more bells to photograph and will add those to the shop on the 15th....


We have stockings made from vintage French linen and French ticking......


I strung Anthropologie ornaments around the top of this vintage French armoire using our nautical twine......
I got the idea from one of my favorite images that I found on Better Homes and Gardens website......


Fill a crate with some vintage kitchen items 
and give to the chef in the family.....


One of my favorite gifts to give is this 100% Raw-Real Varietal Honey.....




We have dog beds we made from vintage European grain sacks that will go well with your holiday decor.


Ella seems to love her dog bed and Billy Wolf jacket....
We were only able to get a couple pictures of her awake on the bed : )











To create a simple table scape we lined the table with a vintage grain sack runner, added two cafe au lait bowls filled with the Anthropologie ornaments that we topped with a mini wreath we made from an olive branch.....







I found the opaline Milk bottle in Isle Sur la Sorgue......
We set the table with a mixture of English ironstone plates and a mix of vintage French silverware...
I will have a few more sets of ironstone plates available on December 15th.


I have a limited supply of grain sack runners available.


Last year we created ribbon by cutting the stripes out of the grain sacks......
The ribbon is really easy to make or you can purchase the ribbon in our shop.....


I think it adds some nostalgic charm to the Wintersteen Farms wreath.....
The ribbon eminds me of candy canes......




Vintage French chocolate jars are now available in the shop....


We created a simple centerpiece by filling the jars with vintage inspired deer candles that I had purchased from Martha by Mail many years ago......


My mom had candles similar to this and put them out every year.....
Those candles were my favorite Christmas decorations that she would put out each Christmas season.....


We also added these vintage French baking pans.....


We lined the pans with festive tissue paper and filled them with cookies we made using a favorite recipe out of an old Country Home Magazine.....


I am always looking for fun containers to put homemade cookies in for the holidays.....


We are hoping to find more of these to add to the shop on December 15th....





Another way to display your Wintersteen Farms Wreath...... 


Hang your wreath from an old easel....
I found this 19th century easel in Provence.....
I managed to fit it in my suitcase.....


If you were to win the wreath, how would you display it in your home?


GIVEAWAY INFORMATION

We will be giving away a Wintersteen Farms wreath along with a $500.00 gift card to my Dreamy Whites Online Shop.......

To enter the giveaway all you have to do is leave a comment on this post stating where you would hang your Wintersteen Farms Wreath if you were to win.....
If you share the giveaway on Pinterest or any other social media outlets, please leave a separate comment for each time you shared the giveaway.....
If you leave an anonymous comment please leave an email address so we can contact you if you win.
The giveaway will end December 8th at midnight Pacific Standard time.....

696 comments:

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indiansummer said...

The wreath would look beautiful on our balcony!

(And I think I OD'd with eye candy on this post!)

Lola said...

I would hang the wreath on my front door to welcome visitors!

Anonymous said...

beauty... i would hang my wintersteen farms wreath on my back porch door.

karan lendundee@aol.com

Molly said...

I would hang the wreath in my dining room.

Lola said...

I pinned it! http://www.pinterest.com/pin/148407750194684519/

Carol said...

Here in South Texas, Winter lasts about two days. When it's holiday time, I can't hardly wait for the scent of fresh greenery. I have an old cottage white glass front cabinet in my dining room, and I think a wreath hanging from a red satin ribbon would be just lovely for the holidays. I can almost smell those sweet greens already. Thank you to you and your family for sharing such a sweet gift with the lucky winner. Happy Holidays

Smiles,

Carol Casey
jcdas@msn.com

Hope Wallace Karney said...

Sadly, I never have had a wreath hanging in my house - but just this past weekend I told my husband that I wanted to get one this year to hang on our front door!

Hope

Lynne Davey said...

I love love love your Frenchie, Ella is adorable!!! Your blog is beautiful too. So inspiring!! I would hang the beautiful wreath on my big red front door. It would be gorgeous there. Thanks for the chance to win! Lynne Davey

Celeste said...

I think I'd hang it on top of/in front of a mirror in our entry way.

email:
celeste@mail4me.com

Leslie said...

Oh, my, what beautiful photos and such wonderful items! I'd proudly hang that wreath on my front door!

lynette said...

I'd hang that gorgeous Wintersteen Farms Wreath over the mirror on my mantle. Beautiful post. Thank you for the inspiration as always.

Anonymous said...

What gorgeous photos! I would hang my wreath on the door of our townhouse.

Sally in Minneapolis

Sarah said...

Maria,
Happy Holidays...I've been anxiously looking forward to a Christmas post from you. Each year I adore how you mix the rustic and the elegant for such a beautiful holiday home. I visit here often for inspiration and I've admired those wreaths since you first showed them. There is a cozy little corner in my kitchen where we sit for coffee in the morning and where the most intimate happy dinner parties are held. I would love for the wreath to hang there.

Wishing you a beautiful holiday season! ♥
Sarah

Sarah said...

Maria,
Happy Holidays...I've been anxiously looking forward to a Christmas post from you. Each year I adore how you mix the rustic and the elegant for such a beautiful holiday home. I visit here often for inspiration and I've admired those wreaths since you first showed them. There is a cozy little corner in my kitchen where we sit for coffee in the morning and where the most intimate happy dinner parties are held. I would love for the wreath to hang there.

Wishing you a beautiful holiday season! ♥
Sarah

S Griffith said...

I would hang the wreath on my front door. Would look wonderful there.

jackie said...

I would probably put the wreath on one of my white china cabinets in my dining room!
jpeter@cox.net

amy jupin said...

i would place that beautiful wreath on my back porch, right over my old chippy white mantle. i think it would be perfect there against the red brick!

Holly said...

I think I'd hang that wreath in my entryway where all who entered could see it, and I could continually smell it!!!!
I just love the simplistic beauty of your home...I yearn for it in my own! It's always such a treat to visit!
Thank you for the opportunity!
Holly

Megan Clouse said...

This is all such prettiness I just might start an entire Pinterest board just from this post.

I would adore a wreath and would decorate it with little treasures that I'd find. Every year some girlfriends go foraging; some moss, an old bird's nest, some berries...

finch letterpress said...

Gorgeous! Wreath would be perfect for our front door!!

chrissi said...

what a lovely post. just beautiful. i would hang the wreath on an rustic old armoire we have in our entry.

Battfam said...

I have an old door with an oval window propped in a corner of my living room. That wreath would look and smell so nice there.

Helen Lewis said...

I would hang the Wintersteen Farms wreath on my blackboard in the chippy antique carved frame in my kitchen.

Helen Lewis said...

Leaving my second comment since I pinned one of your gorgeous photos to my "Tis the Season" Pinterest board.
Thanks for this generous giveaway!
Helen Lewis
Illuminating Words

Nora Miller said...

I hang a fresh wreath on my inside front door every year. I can see it from my chair and it is one of my favorite parts of the Christmas season.

I would go grainsack crazy if I won this ;)

Sue

Lauren said...

I would love to hang one of these beautiful wreaths in my living room.

Vintage Novella said...

One of those wreaths would look fabulous above my mantel!

Vintage Novella said...

posted this giveaway on Pinterest!

Vintage Novella said...

Posted this giveaway on FB!

beachcomber804 said...

I would hang it on my front door with a big red bow!

Thanks for the wonderful posts. I especially love the pics with the frenchie. :)

Debra

My Haven said...

I would hang my wreath in my foyer, so that everyone that enters could be greeted with a spectacular scent of Christmas. Thanks for this oppurtunity Merry Christmas!

Sophia Brattain said...

I would hang this beautiful wreath on my front door. What a beautiful, festive way to welcome friends in! Thanks for the giveaway and for the beautiful Christmas pictures of your home.

Cindy Albert said...

Your pictures are so beautiful. Words are inadequate to describe how wonderful your blog is. And, wow a 500.00 give-away along with the wreath that would look amazing on my door.

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Thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

I would love a special wreath to hang on the very tall brass headboard of my bed. It was my grandparents bed and my husband and I are now blessed to have it.

Stephanie said...

I would hang that beautiful wreath on the antique sled resting by my front door!

Melissa said...

Hmmmm. I have a giant entertainment center that my husband built. When he built it we intended to buy a giant tv....but we have forgone the tv and put a giant mirror in its place. I think I would hang the beautiful wreath over the mirror.

Christine C. said...

I would love to hang this above my fireplace, which is in our dining room. It would add the perfect holiday touch!

Raye Marie said...

It would look amazing on my front door! Thanks for the fun!

Raye Marie said...

I'm a FB follower

Staci B said...

Hello! My husband and I just bought our very first home...it is a 110 year old Colonial in Chicago and has a crumbling Georgian swan's neck door frame that I think would look lovely with a proper wreath. However, the wreathes are so beautiful I might end up wearing it around my neck while I do my daily chores and never part with it. =)

Beautiful post, I love the recent puppy posts on Facebook and here! Merry Christmas.

lil'monkeysmama said...

We are just about ready to complete a wall full of built ins. There will be a mirror in the middle and I would LOVE to hang a wreath from the mirror.

lil'monkeysmama said...

I just pinned the giveaway!

French Grey said...

Maria,
Great post as always! Your French finds are to die for :) I would hang my wreath on my stepback cupboard filled with vintage ironstone. It will be beautiful!!

Hope I win :)
Cindy

French Grey said...

Posted on FB....

Cindy

Anonymous said...

I would hang above my fireplace so I canenjoynthe beauty and wonderful smell- Nathalie M

French Farmhouse Living said...

I would take that beautiful Wintersteen Farms wreath and quietly tiptoe over to my elderly neighbor's house (he may be elderly, but he doesn't miss a beat!) and place it on his front door. He lives alone and doesn't decorate much for the holidays. I would hope it would bring a lovely smile to his face and a twinkle to his eye as he goes out to get his morning paper(never spilling my secret; letting him just think it was a random act of kindness.) In fact, even if I don't win, I may just do this any way for him! So thank you Dreamy Whites for the inspiration and idea! Peace and joy.

Susan said...

Thank you for the beautiful images and ideas. I would hang the wreath in my lounge room.

Anonymous said...

If I were to win the wreath, I would hang it over the wall to wall mantle in my living room. I adore your dog..so cute!

Selahingle@hotmail.com

Kim Brown email kbrown@schn.com said...

We have just built a screened in porch. I would hang it above the french doors on the porch. I would love to win. thank you.

Teresa Doonan said...

I would love this wreath for my great room, just over my fireplace...in Palm Coast, FL
Saw this ad on French Grey on Facebook
So glad I discovered your blog, I love it! A new post for my Pintrest too! Thank you!

Teresa

GLENDA CHILDERS said...

All your trees are so fun.

I would hang the wreath in my big picture window in our little vintage Chicago apartment.

Fondly,
Glenda

Sarah Sweeney said...

I'd hang it over my mantle!
Sarswe13@gmail.com

Sarah Sweeney said...

I'd hang this above my mantle!

frugalfarmhousedecor@gmail.com said...

Beautiful, Last year I was away from family and pretty lonely at Christmas , I was shopping at the market and a lady came up and gave me a gift card and wished me a merry Christmas . It was wonderful and reminded me that there are wonderful acts of kindness all around us, so with your wreath Id do the same. Id love to see the smile on someone's face when they received, such a beautiful gift. posted on pinterest also :)
frugalfarmhousedecor@gmail.com

Jenny D said...

Hi there! I'd hang it above our bed! So beautiful!
douheret@earthlink.net

Jenny D said...

I've pinned this giveaway to Pinterest!

Jenny D said...

I've also shared this wonderful giveaway on Facebook.

Stacy Elkhudary said...

Hello,

I would hang this stunning wreath on my antique red screen door on the front porch. It would be the perfect touch.

Thanks for offering such a special giveaway.

smallvintageaffairatgmaildotcom

Anonymous said...

Beautiful! This year we are living in our warehouse, Lord willing next year I would have a door. :) I would give it to my sister for christmas.
doingcoffee@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I would hang the beautiful wreath on my front door. Love the silver tip trees,can't find them in the northeast. Barbato105@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

I would hang this precious gift on the wall that is in the middle of my living room where my family and I can enjoy seeing it every day and our home will be filled with scents of the mountain air throughout the Christmas season. The wreath would look prefect with my ironstone collections on the farmhouse table on the same wall. I hope my dream comes true this Christmas! Love Dreamy Whites always!

Kristie Ho
kristieho@yahoo.com

Rachel Carpentier Rydel said...

I would hang the beautiful wreath on the antique mirror over my fireplace!

Stacey {steward of design} said...

Love all your photos! I would put the wreath on my front door, they are so pretty!

Kathi said...

I have the perfect spot on my living room wall- just to the side of my wonderful wavy glass old window and between the white couch and my grandmothers old drum table. Thanks for the chance to win

Modern Frills said...

Everything is stunning! I need to transport you to my house so you can style away! As for the wreath ... I would hang it over an old French wooden door that I have propped up against the wall in my dining room. It would look amazing!


Kristina
moderfrills@yahoo.com

Dolores' Cottage said...

I never get tired of looking at your pictures, just beautiful! But your Christmas pictures are pure perfection! Just lovely and so inspiring! I would love to hang that gorgeous wreath over my mantle for all to enjoy!

Wildaisy said...

I would hang a beautiful Wintersteen Farms wreath in my dining room so my family and I could enjoy it every day!

Patricia Carter

Kimberly said...

My front door so all of my neighbors to see my beautiful wreath from the west coast!

Dolores' Cottage said...

Shared on fb timeline!

Dolores' Cottage said...

Posted on fb page!

Elle said...

I would put this beautiful wreath in my front door. I want it to be the first thing my guest will see when they arrive to my home for the Christmas holiday. So beautiful! Elle frazierel@hotmail.com

the contessa said...

Breathtaking. I would love to come over and spend Christmas at your house! If I could win a wreath I would maybe hang it on my front door, but knowing me, probably over my mantle so I can see it everyday and smell it's wonderful smell! Thanks for hosting this giveaway and happy holidays to you and your family. calltl@ca.rr.com

Anonymous said...

This gorgeous wreath would make our guests feel right at home if hung on the door to our four-seasons porch. Love your photos of the tempting treats soon to be restocked in your shop but am smitten with Ella most of all!

oneeyedpelican8@yahoo.com

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

Your Christmas decorations are gorgeous!!!

If I win, I would place the wreath on the easel that is currently on our piano displaying an oil painting.

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

I commented on Wintersteen Farm's FB page on Novemeber 27 post. I also shared it with a friend.

OpenFields said...

I would place the Christmas wreath on my mantel with our nativity in front of it. It would be perfect!

Judith Spitzer said...

I would hang a wreath in my son's entryway so my lovely grandchildren could share the beauty of the season.

Judith Spitzer said...

I would hang a wreath in my son's entryway so my lovely grandchildren could share the beauty of the season.

Judith Spitzer said...

I would hang a wreath in my son's entryway so my lovely grandchildren could share the beauty of the season.

Holly S. said...

I would hang it on my 1910 farmhouse porch.

hstorm799{at}gmail{dot}com

Holly S. said...

I pinned here: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/275986283388524009/
hstorm799{at}gmail{dot}com

Gypsy Daisy said...

I would hang this beautiful wreath on my interior brick wall! Thanks!!

Tricia said...

I love your sweet little doggie...she looks so tuckered out! I just brought home from my parents' house an old wooden sled I had when I was a little girl...it would be a great backdrop for that pretty wreath :)

Anonymous said...

That wreath would look breathtaking hanging from the large shabby mirror in my living room! Maria, your blog is always beautiful and inspiring.
Terri rlevensailor@hotmail.com

sydney85 said...

I would love to hang this wreath on my front door for all to admire.

Tammigirl said...

I would hang it on my pantry door so I could see it all the time.

Tammigirl said...

Here is a tweet from me:
https://twitter.com/tammigirl/status/407726486884323328

Tammigirl said...

I have shared here on pinterest:
http://www.pinterest.com/pin/130534089173549237/

Ruffles and Relics said...

The beautiful Wintersteen Farms wreath would be perfect
above the mirror in my dining room...Thanks for the chance to win this! tvoyles67@gmail.com

ESM said...

The wreath would definitely be a mantle piece for our house! Thanks for the opportunity!

Becky Reimer said...

love love love your stuff! i would hang the beautiful Wintersteen Farms Wreath above my fireplace mantel!

Dumaurier said...

I would have to hang it outside to share its beauty with my neighborhood. It's a new neighborhood, and everyone is doing amazing things with their decorating!

Ruffles and Relics said...

also shared on fb.. oh. and your Ella is adorable!
tvoyles67@gmail.com

jcamp78 said...

I would hang the wreath above my mantel, although I really like the easel idea.

Dumaurier said...

I would share this beauty with my neighborhood by hanging it on my front door.

Heather said...

On our barnyard fence!

Heather said...

On our fence!

Heather said...

Our fence

michele said...

i have the perfect antique sled upon which to hang the wreath! merry christmas, maria.

michele
hello lovely

katieilene said...

If I were to win this beautiful wreath I would give it to my mom who loves to decorate her entire home in French chic style. I am sure she would hang it in her living room where she entertains during the holidays.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful on any wall or door

Texas Bargain Mom said...

I will put it on my front door so everybody can see it!!

kperales25(at)aol.com

Jasanna Czellar said...

I'd hang it on my door, so every time I passed, I could smell the loveliness!

Jasanna Czellar said...

Tweeted! https://twitter.com/MunchTalks/status/407740405875109888

Heidi said...

I would hang it in my entry way, on my beach find, a long pallet style driftwood piece. I may have floated in from a fishing vessel, but it's fabulous in my entry way. I wish I could post a photo here for you. It's perfect for decorating! Thank you SO much for the chance to win!

Leslie Power said...

I would place the Wintersteen Farms Wreath in my living room.

Anonymous said...

I have a large window in my family room where I would hang the wreath. So many amazing things in your shop! Merry Christmas! kbender@esu7.org

Jacy said...

Beautiful wreath! I would love to hang it on my front door :)

Wendy said...

Thank you for sharing all the beautiful photos. I would hang the wreath on our front door to be enjoyed by everyone that visits or passes by. ♥

primjillie said...

I love seeing your Christmas pictures! Always puts me in the mood to decorate. I have some narrow antique French doors I'd hang my wreath on if I were so lucky! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

primjillie said...

I love seeing your Christmas pictures! Always puts me in the mood to decorate. I have some narrow antique French doors I'd hang my wreath on if I were so lucky! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Diana Wilson said...

My beautiful wintersteen farms wreath (if I shhould be so blessed to win one) would be hung in the inside of my front door.

Thank you,
DianaW

Mandy Cope said...

I would display the wreath above my hearth. It would make. Lovely focal point in our family room!

Michela said...

I always wanted to hang a wreath on my door, but here I can not find it.

Danielle jones said...

I would hang this on the front of my house. I have a place big enough in between the shutters for this. Jonesfd(at)aol(dot)com

Ashley said...

I would hang it in my living room.

hewella1 at gmail dot com

BuffyPalomar said...

Hello! I would hang the Wintersteen Farm wreath (gorgeous!) on my grey distressed hexagon mirror in my entryway with a long striped ribbon, just like yours!

Thank you!
Cathy
Cathyology@aol.com

KimmyD said...

This wreath would be gorgeous on my stone fireplace above the salvaged wood beam mantle!

KimmyD said...

This wreath would be gorgeous on my stone fireplace above the salvaged wood beam mantle!

Anonymous said...

Hello
What beautiful serene images!! Thank you for this opportunity! I would love to hang the wreath above our mantel right above the nativity scene.

Thank you!!
Kristi Ripley
Kripley75@yahoo.com

Sissy Zugg said...

Your home decor is Farmhouse elegance at its best. I look and look again and find inspiration every time. The wreath is beautiful and I would hang it in my den/family room to enjoy as all of my children come home for Christmas. By the way, my birthday is December 8th. :)

Kelly said...

The Wintersteen wreath is fabulous! I'd love to hang one on creamy creamy Austin stone fireplace!

vicki said...

Of course I'd hang the wreath front andcenter on the front door!

ART aka Anna-Ruth Taynton said...

Hi! I have a mirror hanging in our foyer that would be the perfect spot for that amazing wreath! I love your style and photography...and I am obsessed with all of those wonderful images of Ella and her Frenchie friends ...Please, keep posting...They make me smile :)

oneshabbychick said...

Such a beautiful wreath, I'd have to hang it inside somewhere. Thanks for the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

I would hang the wreath in my foyer on my newly painted white door. My foyer had been red with cream trim for 15 years and it has taken countless coats of paint and 1 month but it is light and bright and I cant imagine a more beautiful way to celebrate this new look than a beautiful fresh Christmas wreath. Your blog is lovely as are you. Thanks
Kelly email figwal@aol.com

Chrissy said...

I would say I'd put the wreath on my front door, but I think I'd have to put it in my living room so I could look at it all the time!

Bonny Neiman said...

Always love your posts . The dog photographs are precious...thanks for sharing.

Sarah said...

BEAUTIFUL home! I would love to win the wreath and hang it from an old vintage window in my home. Thanks for doing such a great giveaway.

Anonymous said...

I would hang one right over my fireplace mantel..They are so beautiful. Thank you..

Unknown said...

I would hang mine right above my fireplace mantel in my dining room. What a beauty..

Burlap Luxe said...

We added a little one to our family as well, around the same time you got your new little puppy!
We now have a Italian Greyhound named Pia.

What a beautiful Giveaway, and as always your home, photos, and vignettes are just awwwww! Inspiring.

Xx
Doré

3girlygirls said...

I would hang our wreath in a cute little corner in our kitchen. It would look absolutely adorable.

stellarstamper said...
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stellarstamper said...

Beautiful wreath! I would have to display it prominently above our fireplace in the living room for all to admire!

Anonymous said...

Your blog is lovely as are you I would hang that amazing wreath on the inside of my front door in my newly painted foyer. It was red with cream trim for 15 years and after 1 month and countless coats of paint it is bright and amazing. I truly enjoy your blog and hope your holidays are filled with love and joy.
Kelly McCoy email figwal@aol.com
this is my second comment I did not see my first publish I apologize if they both show up

Cindy said...

Loved your post and all your beautiful pictures! Ella is too cute in her little jacket and sleeping on her pillow- she looks mighty comfy there!:) I would hang this beautiful wreath in my back porch. It's cooler there and not only would smell wonderful each time I came in but it would last longer too! Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway!

Liz said...

Gorgeous wreaths! I would hang it on the wall a s you walk into our home. It would be perfect in that spot.

Liz said...

Gorgeous wreaths! I would hang it on the wall a s you walk into our home. It would be perfect in that spot.

Christine said...

I would hang the wreath on an old door against the wall in my living room.

Mary Beth said...

The wreath would look wonderful hanging in my front picture window!
Have a wonderful Christmas!
Mary Beth

heidi said...

I think my mouth was wide open and my eyes were in awe as I viewed every picture...gosh, you are so incredibly talented~if I won the wreath, I would hang over the window at our stair landing...it's a large clear stain glass window looking out to the backyard...very cool!

Missytoe said...

So pretty!I'd hang it over the mantle!

heidi said...

Shared your giveaway on FB...like me, think those that peek will just be in awe!

Connilhall@gmail.com said...

On my garden gate

Arlene Marie said...

I really love all of the details of your mini vignettes. They are SO charming and so festive. You really have a talent for inspiring charm & gracious living. That wreath would look lovely on my door and boy would the backdrop of the snowy Wasatch mountains complement it. Merry Christmas! xo

Arlene Marie said...

I also posted this giveaway on my Insta account. Thanks again!

Jennifer said...

I would hang the wreath on a vintage ivory wood panel with peeling paint in my family room.

Lynn said...

I would hang it in the middle of our bay windows

TheHkahn said...

this would definitely hang in my Dining room.. so I could look at it all the time we have Dinner. Everything is so beautiful and looks lovely!

dkmunoz said...

I would put it on my shiny red front door for all to see and enjoy!
Dana Munoz

Jessica said...

I would love to hang one of these beautiful wreaths in my living room, between two windows, above my couch!

Jen Borba said...

I would put that gorgeous wreath on my front door for everyone to see!
J Borba
bb2339@aol.com

theveryflowers said...

So lovely! I would be thrilled to hang the wreath over our big family chalkboard in the kitchen. I could see the kids encircling it with cheerful holiday drawings!

Anonymous said...

I would definitely hang this wreath on my front door. What a beautiful display this would make!

osuzeeq@yahoo.com

Jessica Brantley said...

Oh how lovely! I would hang mine over my mantle to enjoy in the living room! Thanks so much for the giveaway!
Jessica

mary wilbur said...

I would hang that beautiful wreath on my front door. I love your simple, elegant decorating style!

Jessica Brantley said...

I shared your giveaway on Facebook!
Jessica

Dede Jackson said...

Love your blog! I would put the wreath on my fireplace or by the kitchen table!

Jenn said...

I have a wall that is situated so you can see it when you walk in the front door, from the kitchen, and from the dining room. I'd definitely put it there! You bring such beauty and inspiration to every post, thank you!

Thanks for the giveaway!

Wandering No More said...

I would hang the wreath above our fireplace.

Martins4ne said...

I absolutely love your blog and shop. I just told a coworker I'm quitting and moving to CA to live in a farmhouse and raise horses (of course that will never happen, but a girl can dream!). I'm literally "dreamy" over your post.

I'm pretty sure I would hang that beautiful wreath at the entrance to our home. I'd replace the giant star I have hanging there now. Love it!

Kathy Riley said...

Our front door has a large glass window that would frame the wreath beautifully! Your blog is so lovely. This is my first time visiting it!

Kathy Riley said...

Our front door has a large glass window that would frame the wreath beautifully! Your blog is so lovely. This is my first time visiting it!

Trish Norris said...

I would hang that beautiful wreath over a mirror in my entryway. It would look beautiful and elegant.

Susan said...

I would hang it on my front door for everyone to see and enjoy! Beautiful pictures and inspiration!

Ggomez said...

Omg Bella is adorable!
I have many thoughts on wreath....hanging above fireplace with a beautiful bow,front door ,front of china cabinet and last l like to hang on biggest window in front of house!

Laurie said...

In my window of the living room. That way it can be seen from inside and out!

Kerry @ Made For Real said...

This would look so pretty on my picture window in the living room! Wonderful photos and items!!

Kathy Riley said...

And now I shared on Pinterest!

Anonymous said...

I would copy your idea and hang it on my antique door in my living room.
Catspride@cox.net
Kelley W

Anonymous said...

Shared giveaway on Pinterest
Catspride@cox.net

French Grey said...

Just pinned on pinterest!!

Fingers crossed :)

Cindy

SnarkyCdn said...

I would hang this wreath on my red front door!

Anonymous said...

I would hang the Wintersteen Farms wreath from the Ikea 4 poster frame of our guest room bed. Such a lovely addition to Christmas for our extended family. Merry Merry Christmas to you and your family. Laurie' jlgmoratto@att.net

SnarkyCdn@aol.com said...

I pinned it!! Such a beautiful post!!

TestofF8th said...

Gorgeous! To pretty to hang anywhere but the front door since I don't have a fireplace to hang it over.

Brooke said...

I would want it right in the middle of my living room, hanging on an old window!!
What stunning photographs! :)

Jess said...

I would hang it on my front door :) Beautiful collection!

Brooke said...

What stunning photographs!
I would have to hang this wreath in the middle of my living room over a big window I have :)

Chickie said...

what a beautiful post... I would hang this in our living room which needs a touch of Christmas cheer..

Anonymous said...

Oh my, your home is so, so peaceful and lovely! If I were to win, that lovely wreath would adorn my currently blank front door...Thank you for this WOW of a giveaway- a very joyous Christmas to you and yours! Becky J abcjones@comcast.net

cheri said...

I would love to hang the wreath in my home since we are unable to have a tree this year. Lovely things in your shop.

Leslie said...

Hi Maria!

Your home looks so festive and I can't wait to do a little shopping. We are enjoying the stockings we purchased last year ~ they are so pretty.

Such a generous giveaway! I have several spots for the wreath:) I think it would go in the living room on a vintage shutter. :)

Anonymous said...

Wow. Beautiful post and generous giveaway...oh, to have a shopping spree in your lovely online shop! I would hang the gorgeous wreath on my pantry door to bring some greenery to the kitchen, or maybe in the entry to greet my guests. So many decisions!
Christy
Barisone@sbcglobal.net

Casco Bay Soap Co. said...

Beautiful! All of it!! I would hang my Wintersteen Farms Wreath in between my 2 garage doors. I have a wood sled propped up there right now and am looking for the perfect wreath....
:)
thank you!
Shannon

Tyra said...

I would die if I won this giveaway! My home is just waiting for your beautiful decor;) above my fireplace mantel on my white wood slatted wall is the perfect place to hang this wreath!

Val said...

I would love to hang the wreath in my dining room. Thanks for your beautiful pictures!

Val

Anonymous said...

You have such a beautiful home.. I would hang the wreath in my dinning room on a chalkboard. Thank you for such a great giveaway.
Koleen kmvan5@ rochester.rr.com

Angela said...

Love everything! I think I'd hang the wreath either in my kitchen or my bedroom, two rooms that get left out of the decorating for Christmas. Thanks for the offer! and Merry Christmas!!

Melanie said...

Your cousin's wreaths are to die for, so beautiful!
If I won I would have to buy another wreath then I could put them on the french doors in my front room.
They would look amazing there!
Thanks for letting me enter,
Melanie

Anonymous said...

On my front door or in my living room. It's beautiful!! Merry Christmas!

Megan (megan.miel@gmail.com)

Anonymous said...

Just shared the giveaway on Pinterest.
Koleen kmvan5@rochester.rr.com

Monika said...

Hello Maria ) First of all I would like to tell you that I love the Xmas settings and decoration, but the most your style.

As we have got the kitchen and living area together I would put this lovely wreath on our hutch door, it would look lovely on white furniture :)

Thank you for the giveaway and I wish good luck to everyone :)

Sean C said...

I'd hang the Wreath on my main door! It is gorgeous.

Alina Conn said...

I would hang the wreath over the huge mirror I have in the entryway. I would look stunning.

Jennifer Rae Beck said...

Hi Maria,
I have a dear friend who is in the last stages of ovarian cancer. It is a tough time for the whole family and they are trying to bring as much holiday cheer to their home that they can. My friend came home from the hospital a few days ago and is spending 99% of her day in bed. I would bring this beautiful wreath over to her, and hang it in her bedroom, close enough to where she could see it and smell its beautiful fragrance.
That's what I would do.
Jennifer

Jaime said...

I'd hang it right over the fireplace! Lovely pictures!

jchamberlain75 at gmail

Diana Gibbs said...

So beautiful and I love all the trees in different pots. The puppy is too adorable. I think my little Toby would love a little jacket too. If I win the wreath I would hang it on the door to my studio to welcome all my stampers as they came to class. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Simply.Lovely.Things said...

I would hang the beautiful wreath over my fireplace...I have been trying to figure out what to put up there and this would be perfect!!

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