cran·ber·ry
1. A mat-forming, evergreen shrub (Vaccinium macrocarpum) of eastern North America, having pink flowers and tart, red, edible berries.
2. The berries of this plant, used in sauces, jellies, relishes, and beverages.
cot·tage
1. A small, single-storied house, especially in the country.
2. A small vacation house.
cran·ber·ry cot·tage
1. A tiny house in the woods in the north of Holland.
2. Peace, quiet, paradise.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

A good heart.....

It is already the close of the month of January. Time is flying and 2013 is only just begun. Valentine's day is just around the corner so my tree is up to set the season. I took my vintage olive pot and placed the branches in it.....


Hung hearts - handmade or bought most of which were gifts.....


And now we can celebrate our Valentine's day 2013 with a great deal of heart!


Heidi

10 comments:

  1. I love this! I hadn't even thought about Valentine's Day being round the corner (such a romantic, me!) but this got me thinking. Maybe poor Rudolph will have to get tucked away now - I feel that Spring is heading our way! Hearts and birds, perhaps?
    x

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  2. So pretty Heidi. you have reminded me I need to get my hearts out and pick some Twisted hazel twigs. I hope you are well.

    Hugs and thoughts
    Hazel c uk)

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  3. That is really really cute. I forgot you had that many heart ornaments. Well also important is your birthday on the 12th. Maybe you could do a tree with reminders of growing up. Bet you could fill a tree if you tried.
    Love you, Mom

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  4. So pretty! We dont really decorate for Valentine's here.

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  5. That looks lovely Heidi. I also decorate my home with hearts on lighted willow twigs and table decorations.
    Patricia x

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  6. I love all those hearts! I wish I had some kind of tree where I could hang mine. I have mine (not as many as yours) hanging on the decorative bird cage in my kitchen window.

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  7. Lovely and a wonderful way to celebrate the season. Clarice

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  8. I do love Valentine's day, but hubby could not give a hoot about it. Darn! I stopped decorating for it as the children moved out, but I still love hearts, in jewelry and decor of all kinds.

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  9. Hi, I have you on my blog list and I nominated you for the Liebster Award, post is here: http://www.shoestringmanor.com/2013/03/ive-been-nominated.html

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