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Saturday, November 3, 2012

More Open House from Leola's

More photos from the Christmas Open House
at Leola's Vintage Home and Garden in Ozark, Missouri.

After doing "Fall" since late August, I have to admit, 
I'm ready for Christmas!

(now don't be fussin' at me, y'all)


















































































Hope you're having a wonderful Saturday!

22 comments:

Salmagundi said...

Enjoyed the tour. I'm beginning to get into the mood for Christmas; but don't want to start too early, because I know I'll get tired of it, too! Sally

White Ironstone Cottage said...

Love the white ironstone plates hung backside what a great idea
wonderful post and awesome pics too
xxoo
Pam

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky) said...

Thanks for the tour. We have already had our Thanksgiving so I am really enjoy peeks at Christmas decorating ideas. I'm not ready to pull out all the bins and get started, but I am sure enjoying the inspiration. Wishing you a great weekend!

Donna Wilkes said...

Well, all this inspiration has propelled me to start Christmas. I loved the tour at Leola's - wish I was closer to visit.

Olive Cooper said...

Lovely. I have Christmas thoughts too.

Fishtail Cottage said...

Oh boy. definitely a perfect post for me to see! I am skipping over any holiday decorating until this remodel is over....hoping in time for Christmas!!! xoox, tracie

Julie Marie@Idyllhours said...

Okay, now I am ready to drag out all my vintage Christmas today!... just curious why those plates were all hung backwards?... maybe I am dumb and that is the "newest look"... I would assume it was so you could read the markings?... I would love to see the fronts of them.. those polar bears are too cute!... they want to live on my front porch... and that little stool I can kinda see a bit of in one of the pics... is it hooked?... if so, I have it's sister!... thanks for sharing... oh yes, and because I am curious... is there really a Leola?... or is that just the name of the shop?... xoxo Julie Marie

On Crooked Creek said...

Debra,
Oh! how thou dost tempt me, dear friend!!!
Loved seeing the MoMa Polar Bear and her cub, Elf on the Shelf and I NEED one of those plaid car blankets for my outdoor park bench!!! Now...some of those Santas looked a bit "grumpy", maybe that's where "Mr. Ed" takes it from! Ha! Thanks for taking us along on your Open House tour, dear friend!!!
Fondly,
Pat
P.S. I DID find flocking for the trimmed tree yesterday!!!

Kelly said...

You're so lucky to live close to that store. I wish I could shop there. I saw so many pretty things! Love the pillows wrapped in burlap ribbon. They look like packages.

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

What a great shop. I love the vintage Santas in the vintage wired basket.

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

I'm loving the laundry cart filled with vintage Santas and all the wreaths! I did a little antique shopping with my daughter today and it's Christmas stuff here, too. My purchases were a vintage red wall clock and an old green clock. Go figure!

Low Tide High Style said...

Now you've put me in the mood for Christmas too! :)

Kat

shaggysheephome said...

Look at the pine cone man the Santa collection the polar bears and the secretary desk awwww look at the pillows that look like presents and the elf sitting on frames. My heart is skipping and dancing.

summersundays-jw said...

Thanks, again, Debra for taking the great picture. It's always good seeing you & when I get my strength back, we'll have lunch. Jan

Vintage Gal said...

Debra ~ thank you for the Christmas inspiration. Love the garden gate and the Peace on Earth sign. Wish I lived closer ~ It's beginning to feel alot like Christmas ;-)

Dawn said...

Everything looks so festive:)

Polly McCormick said...

the vendors there really know how to do it up! it was one of my favorite stops on our recent trip to Missouri. the little tea shop next door was good too.....especially the desserts!!

ImSoVintage said...

I'm getting ready, too, so I love seeing all of these ideas. Thanks for sharing.

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

It all looks wonderful! I especially love the gate used for ornaments - very cool idea!

Sherrie said...

I love bloggers from the Ozarks! I also am a native image my surprise to find someone blogs I love also being from the are! I will have to shop your shop! It looks fun and amazing.

Sherrie said...

I love bloggers from the Ozarks! I also am a native image my surprise to find someone blogs I love also being from the are! I will have to shop your shop! It looks fun and amazing.

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

OMGosh Debra...thank you for taking us browsing!
Love this shop and their displays are wonderful...great inspiration!!

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