The prancing and pawing of each little hoof. . .
Wherever the reindeer landed, they are now on our farm table!
I haven't officially started decorating for Christmas. . . .
These beauties were unboxed in our garage over a month ago. . . .
I knew I wanted to use them for the holidays, so I set them aside.
After stumping my toe and turning the rascals over for the hundredth time,
I brought them inside. . . .
I absolutely love beeswax candles lit at night--
another thing I like about the "old days". . . .
I quickly grabbed a woven shawl for the table. . . .
then nestled a pottery bowl inside two twig wreaths.
A few more additions and I was done. . . .
Plain and Simple. . . .
Not sure how long the reindeer will be staying. . . .After all, they have a big Christmas Eve job to do. . . .But, just like Santa, they are AWAYS welcome at the Farm!!!!!
from my farmhouse to yours. . . .
Copper and Brass Reindeer--$20--Flea Market
Beeswax Candles--Colonial Williamsburg
Wooden Utensils--$1 each--Thrifted