Christmas magic in Colorado Springs

My friend Kathy and two of her friends, aka The Gals With The Good Stuff, decorated an over-100 year old house on Colorado Springs' old north end with some of their BEAUTIFUL Christmas wares!
Colleen, Kathy and Joyce standing in the living room
I took some photos to show you the loveliness:
That's my husband Dennis in the background...look how cute that toolbox on the table looks!
The Gals had a table full of yummy treats going in just about every room...this was the dining room
 The pantry full of jolly Santas!

 In the kitchen; did I mention everything was for sale?

This dress form greeted you at the top of the stairs
 Vintage lace dresses...
 for the little ones, too!
 A cozy crib

 Do you love the house?  It's for sale!
You know I wouldn't have been able to leave without a few treasures:
First and best: this gorgeous Vera tablecloth that was a gift to me from Kathy!
 This is a vintage handkerchief.
 I love, love, love the graphics!
Another vintage hankie: this one was filled with lavender and tied up in a bundle by Joyce.  It smells heavenly!
 Have you ever seen these baubles?  I don't think I I had to buy them in a bundle with some other mercury glass and such.
It was a magical day full of Christmas cheer: after Dennis and I left this beautiful home, we went out to dinner and guess who was there?
Not only that but just a few moments later look who else walked in:
That's right.  Two Santas.  One Room.


Kathy said…
A beautiful tour and thank you for sharing! I adore those vintage dresses, oh my!
Dee in N.H. said…
What a gorgeous house! That must have been so cool to get to be the one to decorate it for the holidays. A lot of drool worthy stuff. Have yourself a really great christmas!
gosh, was an amazing amount of beautiful work and those 2 Santa's.. too cute!
How did you control yourself and not buy everything in sight? What a fun tour! Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas.
Ha-ha! Wow! A sale at the beautiful house - that sounds absolutely fantastic. I have a feeling I would have left with a whole lot more. You got great stuff. Best wishes and happy holidays, Tammy
Kelli Davidson said…
Beautiful tour! Thanks for taking us!
Abby / Linda said…
Gorgeous old house! My daughter lives in one like this--104 years old! Just bought it this summer! I would love to have a Christmas sale in it! Awesome!

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