Monday, December 14, 2009

Christmas Writing Room

It's Christmas in my writing room too. Here is the pink tree, decorated with cocktail umbrellas and silver glitter letters that spell "Clementine". I'm thrilled to own a pink tree. Thrilled!
And if you're wondering what that little black-framed picture is on the wall, and perhaps that shiny disc hanging from the pillar, then let me show you!
tee hee hee. My favorite new decor :-)

How is your decorating going?

16 comments:

Sandy Shin said...

Oh wow, your writing room looks so pretty and colorful. A pink tree! *covets*

Jennifer D said...

Your writing room is fantastic! I love your choice in colors and that shiny disk is very attractive.
My decorating was finished before Thanksgiving... I can't wait!

Annie said...

Congrats again on the award and I think little Clementine is the luckiest little girl in the world.

holly cupala said...

You-know-who has the same pink tree - we love it! Your writing room is super.

Lisa Nowak said...

My decorating was done on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. I like to enjoy the season as long as possible. :)

Last night I saw an orange Christmas tree in the window of a store in the mall. How weird is that?

Shelli said...

OMG you should do this for a living! so cute. I just bought laini ladies for friends and agents. Love them!

Emily J. Griffin said...

I have a pink tree too, but it's our big official one! I LOVE it.

GreenBeanTeenQueen said...

I got a mini pink tree this year too-love it! And I adore your writing room-too cute.

Megsie said...

Such a cute tree, and what a beautiful piece of art hanging on the wall :)

persnickety_jen said...

Pink trees and award medals make for the best decorations, don't they? :)

Myrna Foster said...

Your green bench is beautiful. The shiny new medal and certificate are great too :) Your tree looks feathery soft. Is it?

tone almhjell said...

I love your writing room and the new decorations. Not very many pink trees in Norway. We're all about real trees, and they look a little different from American trees. A little more air between the branches and between the ornaments, too. I love both ways. We don't decorate the tree until the night before Christmas (which is December 23 here), and that will be at my mother's. But I do have some advent stuff up here in Marselis as well: Star in the kitchen window, advent calendar and larch branches on the wood burning stove, four advent candles, my bambi and a snowglobe, and some clove apples and incense for scent, and of course plenty of clementines! The rest comes up tonight, when Lin and Inger Merete come over for white gløgg and It's a wonderful life!

Kristin said...

I think I'm in love with your writing room. o_O It iz so colorful and shiny...

lkmadigan said...

Love your new decorations!

:-)

ann foxlee said...

Hi Laini!
It's Beth Ann, the crazy vendor from Crafty Wonderland who came leaping out of her booth to say hello to you :-)
Love, love, love the xmas decorations! I am always in a funk over the fact that I never have time for decorations this time of year... Since my day job is making jewelry, this is when even my writing gets shoved to the side. Bah humbug.
Lucky for me my husband had pity and when I got home at 10pm last night, he had set up a lovely fiberglass tree that changes colors. Hooray!

Tinker said...

Great tree! Not very festive this year, so enjoying yours all the more. Hope you're all well and enjoying happy holidays!