Thursday, December 22, 2011

LOVE ... Christmas Magnolia Greens















10 comments:

  1. Wow! Some really great inspiration! I just love the magnolia leaves, especially in the wreaths and garlands!

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  2. These are some beautiful pictures.

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  3. Beautiful photos.
    Nothing goes better with Christmas than Magnolia leaves... and in the south, so easy, just walk outside!
    I love this. Thanks for sharing.
    Merry Christmas!

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  4. as always.. beautiful photo Artie! I love them too, as they look and feel so "Southern" to me and it feels like home!

    Wishing you and Scott a very Merry Christmas!!
    xojoan

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  5. So beautiful.. makes me want to plant a magnolia tree.. although they aren't always successful in West Texas! Bless you for bringing us such joy. My wishes to you and yours for a joyous Christmas filled with much happiness. xo marlis

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  6. Fabulous ideas, Artie. I especially love anything with magnolia leaves in it. Their generous size, shine and matte reverse make them so glamorous.
    I hope you and Scott have a wonderful Christmas.
    Best...Victoria

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  7. Love these images. The garlands especially are incredible! Beautiful choice of photos, Artie

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  8. I absolutely love magnolias, Artie. When we lived in Florida we had magnolias in our yard and right under our bedroom window. The perfume was heaven. xo Diana

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  9. *** Too much EYE CANDY for me to HANDLE, Artie! (I'm NOT supposed to subject myself to sweets!~~~ Giggles! ~~~)... BUUUUT, EVERY PIC is sooo wonderful I had to look at a few several times...

    I MUST ASK: Is the china in the first pic the HEREND that I love?? We had dinner at the charming home of a relative of the family, while living in Veinna, & of course, there was so much MAGNIFICENT HEREND it almost took my breathe away !!! (And even my Jim admitted it was quite a magnificently beautiful table at which we dined! Such a treat it was!

    Wishing you both a glorious celebration on His birthday!!!

    Warmly,
    Linda in AZ *
    bellesmom1234@comcast.net

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  10. A lovely roundup of wreaths - I think magnolia is just so interesting and unusual. It is not so common here which makes it all the more compelling. Great photos.

    Merry Christmas Artie to you and your honey! xo Terri

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