Judy just amazes me with what she does. Since I took so many pictures I will have to do this post in several ones, but at least here's a start. Take a look for yourself.
As you walked up to Judy's house, this is what greeted you:
Her porch all decked out and festive looking:
Here's the beautiful burlap entrance that set the theme for her whole house:
Of course as you walk up the stairs, there's her front door, just gorgeous:
A side view of all the lovely greens she had:
And as the door opens...you can't even imagine what's inside:
Look at this tree in the middle of the entry way:
Stand back, here's another view:
From the side as you walk in, you see this display:
Now, stand in front of it:
I don't know which way to turn, so I turn to the left hallway and this is what's there, waiting to be stared at:
Little coin purses used as art.
Then as I turn around there's this wonderful zink table:
As I go down the hallway to the first bedroom, look at these gorgeous funeral/flower baskets:
I've collected funeral baskets for a long time and have quite a collection.
We are now to the first bedroom. Sorry about the glare:
Here's another view:
This gorgeous dresser filled with goodies was on one side of the room:
And this one was on the other side:
Look at the cart in the corner and can you see all the mercury lamps, wow:
Remember the stack of suitcases I had in my booth at Warrenton? See, this is what you can do with them.
We are now entering into a small dressing area:
If you turn around this is what you see:
And on the other wall as you leave out, there was this cute tree:
Stepping inside the bathroom, you see this display:
And into the second bedroom, this is what you were greeted with:
Can you imagine sleeping under this:
You are guaranteed to dream sweet dreams.
Of course it wouldn't be complete without angel wings:
There were no gold paved streets, but there were plenty of gold colored Christmas balls instead:
And as you leave this room, still more:
You'll have to wait until the next post to see what other great displays Judy had. Hope you are enjoying what you are seeing so far. Now, next time don't miss her Open House if you live in Texas. And next time, I won't be late. I heard Judy say that she continues to sell in her home even after the Open Houses have ended and if you see something you like you might contact her to see if it's still for sale, her blog is JHill Designs.
I'm also linking up with Debra with this post, so please be sure and check out her blog for other Chrismas inspiration ideas. Happy Friday!!