Thursday, November 14, 2013

The Christmas House





  My little Christmas house is all finished and last night it took it's place of honor on the baby grand in my Down River Parlor. I am very pleased with it. And even though it is not a ginger bread house, it is My Christmas House. Please come some time for a tour. I will always leave the lights on and Sissy will give a big jump and a kiss. Happy Thanksgiving in the mean time. Richard























15 comments:

ImSoVintage Laura Walker said...

Love your Christmas house, Richard. :)

sue in mexico mo said...

Wow! That is beautiful! Did you build it yourself If so, will you be writing about the construction?

Shelia said...

Hi Richard! I love your sweet Christmas house and it looks so pretty on the piano! Does it have an inside with pretty little furnishings? Is this the one you were working on a while back?
Sorry I haven't been around much. My little mother passed away and I'm just now getting back to posting and visiting again.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

Sissysmom said...

It looks wonderful!! Perfection! And even Santa looks right at home! Thanks for sharing your talent with us!

Pamela Gordon said...

Richard, your house looks great in it's winter scene on the piano. I love the huge bottle brush trees around it. Have a Happy Thanksgiving next week. Blessings, Pamela

Susan said...

Richard, I love it! It's adorable! Also love your window curtains and the big gold framed mirror. Wow wow wow What I wouldn't do to take tour of your beautiful home. Susan

maria13corvette said...

Richard, How wonderful I don't think I have ever seen the piano but it gives it a stunning look. Its so out of the ordinary simply beautiful! I wanted to see some of your snowflakes. Last years were awsome. thank you Maria

Curtains in My Tree said...

It's about time you did a new post
And your creation is fabulous
of course I love it how fun for people to see as they tour your mansion on the river
you are so creative Richard

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

How wonderful to have a house like your actual house!
Happy thanksgiving and Merry Christmas!!

Bohemian said...

Oh Richard, I always Enjoy Holidays at your Beautiful Home! And your mini Old Historic House is truly Magnificent, job well done and I can see you're very proud of how wonderful it turned out! Give Sissy a big hug and kiss from me and the Bohemian Cat Boys... Holiday Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

Richard, how wonderful is that!!! Now you need a little you and sissy dog on the front porch!
Happy Thanksgiving!
I hope this Christmas season is one of many sales at the antique store.

Shelia said...

Hi Richard. I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving and thanks for popping in to see me. I'd love to see your glitter houses. Maybe you could put together a post and show them to us. Last year I made lots of little bitty ones.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

The Dusty Victorian said...

WONDERFUL !
Hello Richard,
It's so delightful to drop in and catch up with you. Your 'mini house' is just so darling. And to have one's birthday party in your gorgeous home must be the highlight of one's life. Enjoyed your other posts as well.
Anyes
xx

Divine Theatre said...

I am missing you so much, Richard. I hope you are doing well.
How I wish Grace, Michael and I could come and sing carols with you and admire your beautiful home.
Kisses to my Sissy!

xo

Andie

An Historical Lady said...

PS
Richard, I hope you will visit our own 6th annual 'New England Christmastide at the Old Brown Cape' gallery now up on our website!
XOXO
Mary

www.thecountryladyantiques.com