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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Victorian Dreams (What’s It Wednesday #3)

 My favorite décor for Christmas is Victorian. It is romantic and oh so excessive!

 So in true Victorian style, that means I can keep buying ornaments and just pile on more and more. Don’t you just love Christmas!

 This is my idea of a “Victorian dream catcher”. The wonderful Rosemary at Ozma of Odds inspired me. She makes the most incredible creations! I hope I did you proud, Rosemary.

  I think I’ll sew on some more pearls and be on the lookout for more butterflies. After all, it is a “Victorian” dream catcher, right?
Hugs & Happiness,
Patti

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53 comments:

AntiqueChase said...

gorgeous tree!!

June said...

It is a gorgeous dream catcher Patti. Rosemary will be so proud.
I love a Victorian Christmas too. Oh I had so many trees decorated to the gills. In the last few years things have become a little simpler around here, but I still buy the Victorian decorating magazines to get my fix.
hugs from here...

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Hi Pattie, your dreamcatcher is really just beautiful. Love that oval frame you layered, and butterflies make it so sweet! just linked up, xo

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

What a great post! I love all of the layers of your Victorian Christmas! So luxurious! Thanks for hosting!

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh how totally beautiful!!!! Happy Holidays to you both!!!
XO
Cindy

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

Patti -- I LOVE your tree (I'm going to go dig out the ornaments I THOUGHT would not fit on my tree this year!) and how you have it filled to capacity! The 'dream catcher' is stunning!

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi Patti... and Paula!... oooh Patti, your tree is just stunning... I love "more is more" and loved seeing all of your beautiful ornaments... your Victorian dream~catcher is just exquisite... I would love to know how to make one... I joined the party today too... but for some reason my title of my post does not show up under the little picture of my angel... also wondering... who are the beautiful ladies on your header? Are they family members?... so pretty!... xoxo Julie Marie

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi again... I could not get my little linky thing fixed, so I added another post and it worked this time... hope that's okay!... xoxo Julie Marie

artistamyjo said...

Beautiful tree!
The dream catcher is GORGEOUS!
Hugs

Karen said...

That is a beautiful dream catcher! I love a Victorian tree and up until last year I did one every year. Thanks for hosting!

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Gorgeous post, Pattie! Love the Dreamcatcher.

cathy@my1929charmer said...

Beautiful dream catcher. Thanks so much for hosting this great party. I linked up. Miss you guys over at Sunday's Best.

Bella Vista said...

Patti, beautiful tree and a wonderful creation by you!

Thanks so much for hosting.

Barb

Karena said...

Amazing decor Patti!! I love all of the wonderful links!!

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xoxo
Karena

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Cottage and Broome said...

Thanks for hosting again this week. I agree Victorian is so pretty at Christmas, it allows you to be over the top!
Please stop by if you get a chance we are having a giveaway, Laura

Curtains in My Tree said...

I have always loved anything Victorian and Christmas Victorian makes it extra special

Thanks for the linky party

Merry Christmas

Kelly_Deal said...

Beautiful tree Patti!

Cindy said...

What a gorgeous dream catcher! Patti and Paula, everything you do is magical! Love the Victorian tree! Thank you for hosting!
Hugs, Cindy

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

Thanks for hosting...Happy Holidays!

Barbara Jean said...

Did not know you had a party here. will have to check it out and see if i can link up.

blessings
barbara jean

At The Picket Fence said...

Beautiful dream catcher Patti and your Victorian decor is all so lovely! Thanks for hosting! :-)
Vanessa

Ozma of Odds said...

...oh Patti
your victorian dream catcher turned out FABULOUS!!
i love how each one of us has our own vision of how to catch our dreams...

xo, Rosemary

Sherry said...

Hi Patti,
Thanks for reminding me. Like I have said before a few weeks ago I was sick and I'm am behind on a few new parties. I love the Victorian's style of tree too. Yours is beautiful! Have a very Merry Christmas!
Sherry

Chari at Happy To Design said...

Hi Patti...

Oooh...your Victorian Christmas tree is FABULOUS, my friend! I just giggled as I read about Victorian being excessive and excuse to keep finding pretty ornaments! Sounds like a great plan to me! Hehe! I also enjoyed your Victorian dream catcher. This is the first time that I've seen one. It's beautiful and full of whimsy! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful Christmas with us!

I really appreciate your visit and sweet note, my friend! Thank you for the personal invitation to join your lovely party!

Warmest Christmas Wishes,
Chari

SavannahGranny said...

Patti and Paula, Thank you so much for featuring my banister. I am honored to be featured on your awesome blog.
Your Christmas tree is beautiful.

Thank you again and Merry Christmas, Ginger

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

YIPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!! YOU GOT US ON HERE!!!!! Oh thank you dearest, THANK YOU! And I was home sick today (I had laryngitis about 3 weeks ago and then got another bug) and today I stayed STILL...NO TALKING....NO little darling boys to put in place (teeeheeee) and I created two more little theatres for my Etsy shop! Thank you for featuring this picture! You are just the sweetest. SO YOU TOO ARE A TEACHER???? Our last day is next Wednesday and let me tell you, I am excited! My husband asked me what I wanted for Christmas. I told him all I want is to stay home with him, sleep, read, write, eat and THINK!!!

I send you my blessings for a perfect CHRISTMAS BREAK and those creations from Rosemary are marvelous. She is amazing!

Anita

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Thanks for the reminder, and for hosting. Beautiful decor, of course.

Christine said...

I love that dreamcatcher!!! And, thanks for the party.

lvroftiques said...

Oh I'm so with ya Patti! Go big or go home! Lol! I love a Christmas tree just loaded with beautiful meangingful ornaments! Yours is gorgeous!

Thanks again you two for hosting this wonderful party! So much great inspiration...I'm off to check some out. Vanna

It's me said...

Thanks for visiting my blog today !!....your blog is wonderful !!...love from me...xxx...

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

Just gorgeous!!!Thank you for inviting me along for the fun!
~Debra xxx
Capers of the vintage vixens

Richard Cottrell said...

Thanks so much for hosting and sharing your Victorian Dream Tree. You know me and Victorian! Richard from My Old Historic House.

A Cottage Muse said...

A Victorian Christmas really reminds me of my parents home growing up...thanks for the memory and thanks for the feature too, I am honored!

Danice said...

Oh, I know what you mean. I love the excessive hallmark style of the Victorian era also :) 'No such thing as too much decorations!

South Bay Studio said...

This is my first visit to your blog and party. Lovely pictures...
Kathi

LDH said...

So many beautiful photos to see and enjoy here on your post! Your Victorian tree is most lovely!

Just linked up to your party. My reader is a little delayed as I just got your post. Hopefully it works itself out so I can visit more often :)

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

Love your tree and I too love the Victorian way of "more is more!"
The more ornaments on my tree.... the better!

Your dream catcher is awesome too.
Just linked up.
Thanks for hosting!
xoxox
Alison

Coloradolady said...

Your tree is amazing!!! I love it!!! Happy VTT!

Gail said...

Gorgeous dream catcher Patti and tree...we have just bought a real tree and will decorate it tomorrow.the smell is just delicious ! have a nice weekend...Gail x

Mary Ellen said...

Your victorian dream catcher is truly a dream!!

Love the inspiration this week!!

bee blessed
mary

Palomasea said...

What gorgeousness!!!
Love the romantic tree..and your beautiful dream catcher. So glad you featured these amazing blogs and talents!
Many blessings..
xoxo,
- Irina

Debbie said...

I'm nuts about your Victorian Christmas tree. That's just beautiful. I also like that dream catcher. Now, I'm going to have to google that to see what it is.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Good morning darling Patti!!!!

Oh dearest, all is well. But yesterday, my blog had some problems due to either hacking or a strange virus suspiciously embedded into a gadget. For hours, I was getting sweet emails from friends who were telling me they could not enter my site because they kept getting diverted to a strange site! But it was a relief to find the problem and dispose of the gadget. I am wishing YOU and your lovely daughter and family the BEST OF CHRISTMASES...it has been a blessing to come to know you sweet one. MANY THANKS for this lovely post. I am putting you on my blog roll....it is hard to keep up with everyone, but you are so special and your posts are sooooooo beautiful! BISOUS! Anita

Shelia said...

Oh thank you for reminding me! I've been so busy this past week (like everyone else) and I forgot. I'm hooked up now!
Have a lovely Sunday,
Shelia ;)

Cindy Adkins said...

Merry Christmas, sweet friends!!! And thank you so much for posting my button on your blog--I appreciate it soooo much!!!
XO
Cindy

FABBY'S LIVING said...

I'm sooo late! I was a week away helping my daughter move and she didn't have her internet yet and no time either, so that's why I'm late, but this weekend I'll be on time sweet ladies from Ivory and Elephants. I love what you did inspiring on my talented friend Rosemary and the features are great too. Merry Christmas lovely ladies and many Bblessings too.
FABBY

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Oh, and I'm with you...I love to pile up ornies and I do since 1975, year I got married! Your tree is magnificent! Merry Christmas!!
FABBY

Kim @ Cheap Chic Home said...

I really like your idea for the romantic Victoria dream catcher--so original

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

Everything is just gorgeous... beautiful post. I've emailed you a few times and left a comment on one of your previous post needing your address so I can send your tote to you, just wanted to make sure that you received my emails, I'm not trying to rush you I know it's a busy time of year. Looking forward to hearing from you!
hugs~~ Daphne

Di said...

Have a wonderful Christmas, you did great on the dreamcatcher and yes more pearls would be fab!! Di@cottage-wishes

Sherry said...

Have a very Merry Christmas! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
Sherry

Diann said...

Just beautiful Girls! thank you for joining TTF and I hope you and your families have a wonderful Christmas!!

Nikki@EverythingUndertheMoon said...

This was the most viewed link from our last Bedazzle Me Monday party!! Feel free to stop by and grab a feature button :) http://everything-underthemoon.blogspot.com/2012/01/you-dazzled.html
Thanks so much for linking. Hope to see you again this week! Happy New Year!!

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