Monday, December 19, 2011

Nativity in the Hoosier

We are in the final week before Christmas and I have not shown you my Nativity set that I feature in our Hoosier. If you missed a previous post about this piece of furniture I will fill you in. We found this cabinet in a friend's barn.
It was in very sad condition. We hauled it home...put it back together....painted and stained it....used it as a tv it serves in our kitchen. We store our baking supplies and favorite cook books here. The shelf in the middle makes a wonderful space to set up seasonal vignettes!  

This is our kitchen looking thru the dining area out to the sunroom.

 I really enjoy our pine floors! 

The top of the hoosier holds favorite cookbooks...

So very serious faces...I get the 'deer in the headlights' look in front of people, too.
[Christmas Frame is a freebie from French Kiss Textures]

We enjoyed our Kid's Church Musical yesterday. I gave out almost all of the handmade gifts to church family....still have more to make....need to buy groceries at some point today....hopefully my Sweetheart will have his final therapy session for his back injury tomorrow....

I know you have much to do this week, too!

Take some time to be still and just breathe.....

Have a lovely week.

Try to remember that this season is not about presents, but about His Presence.

I will be linking to these blog parties:


Mosaic Monday at
Masterpiece Monday at
Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch.blogspot
Show Off Your Cottage Monday at

ClubG.W. at
Knick of Time Tuesday at Knick of Time Interiors
Nifty Thrifty Tuesday at Coastal Charm
Tablescape Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life
Tuesdays Treasures at

Primp Your Stuff at
White Wednesday at Faded Charm
Wow Us Wednesdays at Savvy Southern Style
Wednesday is Rednesday at
What's It Wednesday at Ivy and Elephants

Open House Party Thursday at No Minimalist Here
Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps On the Porch
Treasure Hunt Thursday at F.M.B.P.T.Y.

Feathered Nest
Home Sweet Home Friday at
Potpouri Friday 2805
Show and Tell Friday at
The Shabby Nest:Frugal Friday
Vintage Inspiration at Common Ground

How Sweet the Sound

Sunday's Best at My 1929 Charmer


Anonymous said...

Your nativity is beautiful and I am so glad your rescued the Hoozier! Just stopping by to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.


Vee said...

Oh those floors look like honey. Just lovely. You did an amazing job putting the Hoosier back together. It looks great. The children are so these kinds of presentations at church and, as a Christian schoolteacher for a dozen years, we did a lot of them. Merry Christmas!

Angie @ Knick of Time said...

What an absolutely lovely nativity!

Thanks so much for sharing at Knick of Time Tuesday!

Angie @ Knick of Time

Janet said...

Thanks so much for visiting and leaving sweet comments! Hope you have a blessed Christmas! Following back!

Revi said...

That is a Bee-you-tiful nativity! What a nice little niche for it. :)
Merry Christmas, Audrey!

LV said...

I enjoyed seeing a part of your lovely home. Wish I had your floors. After the first of the year, I need to make some changes.

★Carol★ said...

Your nativity looks like it's supposed to be there, it fits so perfectly! I love your Hoosier, and everything you have on it!
Happy Christmas and Merry REDnesday!

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Such a wonderful cabinet, and your Nativity is beautifully displayed on it. I love the pic of the children at Church also, how fun. I always look forward to them performing and seeing their precious faces. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Olivia said...

Hello sweetie! I love that hoosier cabinet! We have a hoosier cabinet and I love it! Yours is very sweet~

Lynn Stevens said...

What a beautiful transformation of the cabinet and Love that you set the Nativity up in the little nitch!
Have a most Wonderful Christmas.
Hugs Lynn

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