*Many apologies for the delay in today’s post. The internet in my area was down. Thanks for your patience.

Well, we just spent a couple days crafting and baking; now it’s time to show you a little holiday vignette I created in my upstairs hallway. How’s that sound?

Inspired By Charm

Welcome to Day 8 of the 12 Days of Christmas.

Inspired By Charm

Last year I decided to start a bottle brush tree collection. They were popping up all over the Web, and I just had to have some.

Inspired By Charm

Inspired By Charm
Thankfully, at the end of the holiday season, I was able to find several amazing trees at a great price. I also came across a few of the vintage putz-inspired paper glitter houses. Clearly a match made in heaven.

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Then, through one of the companies I order merchandise from for my shoppe, I found an incredible set of cloches. I mean, one is literally three-feet tall. I’m in love!

Inspired By Charm

Inspired By Charm

So I decided to combine all three of these amazing things into one purely magical holiday display.

Inspired By Charm

Inspired By Charm

Dreamy and beautiful with a dash of fun.

Inspired By Charm

Inspired By Charm

I topped everything off with this funky paper star from Ikea. It was too cute to pass up and it was a steal at about $10.

Inspired By Charm

Inspired By Charm

I ordered these tiny lights that I’m hoping to also incorporate into the display, but they have yet to arrive. If they work out, I’ll give you a little update.

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So that’s it, a quick, simple, and festive vignette.

Inspired By Charm

What do you think? Do you have any fun holiday collections?

And remember, there is a giveaway every day!

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Comments

  • slip4 at

    Oh, I love that group of houses and trees! Magical!

  • Anonymous at

    I love bottle brush trees and now i love glitter houses, too. I don’t any of either but plan to get some. I just have to find out where. susanraye43@gmail.com

  • Dana at

    A magical winter village- LOVE it!

  • Anonymous at

    Beautiful, I love it. Also, I didn’t know what the “glass” display’s were called, I do now thanks to you.

  • Anonymous at

    What a thrill~ and so beautifully done. Thank you for sharing! Happy Holiday’s Michael~
    I am posting anonymously only because I don’t know how else to do it 🙂 (low techie me)

  • beth at

    Beautiful and I love the paper star! Did it have lights when you purchased it?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Thanks Beth!! Yes, the star did come with one light inside of it. Too cute, right?

  • Designs By Pinky at

    OMG, those cloches are TDF!!!!!!!! Can you give a link??? I love your vignette, the trees are fabulous!!!

  • Arli at

    That’s one of the nicest Christmas vignettes I’ve seen this year. So pretty and original, but not overdone. Wonderful!

  • Michelle at

    Love the trees,love the houses,love the cloches and I love how it all goes together. What a great Christmas vignette.

  • Marianne Songbird at

    That is so charming! What a nice display and it works so wonderfully on that beautiful table.

  • JuneA** at

    Love how you have displayed these together! I am a sucker for little houses…and glitter…and things in glass cloches….and little trees… LOL This is great!

  • Denise Sabia at

    gorgeous! love the elegant country feel of it!
    denise

  • Vanessa at

    These are so lovely!

    Vanessa

  • Anonymous at

    Awesome! I love those cloches! Def. a beautiful display!

  • Sue Chesley at

    Wow- what a magical vignette! I love it all – even the bottle brush trees, which I haven’t been too keen on until now. And those cloches, swoon worthy indeed! And the truly beautiful glitter house – I have GOT to get some of these too! Thanks for some great inspiration!

    Merry Christmas!

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