Home for the Holidays, by Thomas Kincaid

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Look What I Found!


Kelli, at There Is No Place Like Home, is once again hosting Show&Tell Friday. I wonder how many of us will be showcasing Christmas items?...I found this wonderful, huge snowman painting at my favorite thrift store, yesterday. It is hand-painted on an old door!
Aren't they jolly?

This one is carrying a Christmas Tree...
...and here is a snowwoman!

My husband hung my wonderful find over our stairs and it looks very festive and seasonal.

Don't forget to keep checking back. I will be posting more Christmas stories, like this one HERE, as well as seasonal recipes.

Oh! And when you have a free moment, please check my daughter's poetry blog, The World And It's Roses. She has published new poetry!
God bless,
Elizabeth

14 comments:

Ruth Hull Chatlien said...

I like that a lot.

Darla said...

Just adorable, great find!

A Hint of Home said...

Hi, it's nice to meet you. I love the painting with all the snowmen.
I did do craft shows for 12 years to put my girls through college.
Stop in again sometime.

Carla said...

This is too cute! What a find:)

Mrs. Miles said...

How can I not see this and SMILE? Just wonderful!

Thanks for sharing!

Dawn said...

That is an adorable door! Thanks for stopping by my blog; I love visitors *grin* Also, thanks for posting the Bible verses, I may add that to my daily Christmas devotion.

ROSE VINE COTTAGE said...

Hi Elizabeth,
I want to live in the cottage you have on your banner, it is so pretty! Thanks for the visit and to answer your question about the snowmen garland, no I bought that at Homegoods (;
Hugs~Kelly

Heidi Pocketbook said...

What happy snowmen! I like that it's not only a Christmas decoration but you can leave it out during the winter!

No, my dd isn't jr. high age yet-she's doing 5th and 6th grade work. We use BJU for Spelling, English, History, some Reading and Science. For Math we use Saxon, which I highly recommend. If you end up doing Math at home, Saxon has come out with dvds to go along with their texts. For Bible, we are taking a break from BJU and using a kids Bible study series by Kay Arthur. We also do some cross-curricular activities, and have read many of the Childhood of Famous Americans series of biographies.

Thanks for visiting my blog:-) Stop by anytime and Christmas blessings to you!

Becky said...

How adorable. I LOVE snowmen!

ceekay said...

Great find. I love snowmen and I love the alphabet. Very cute.

Kelli said...

Oh, that is the sweetest find! I love jolly snowmen!
~Kelli

Susie Homemaker said...

OOOH...they are so cute! Jolly litttle fellows & girls too! What an awesome find!

Warm Wishes,
Susie

Miss Sandy said...

Elizabeth,

Thanks for stopping by for a visit! Pop back over for a surprise!

Alexandra said...

That's really cute! Especially with the alphabet across the top. My daughter would love this...the alphabet song is her favorite.