24 December 2007

Christmas Doors

No part of the house escapes being decorated for Christmas around here.

For instance, our "official" front door:
Our "other" front door:

The French doors that lead to the garden are where we display the cards we've received:


And on the third floor, there is a door that leads out onto our roof deck. The cats enjoy sitting on the step right below it, in the summer because you can keep a good eye out for birds and squirrels, and in the winter because there's a heat vent right under it. For logistical reasons (steps), I couldn't get the whole thing in one shot, but you get the idea:













Off to make the Holiday Cheeseball!

*Note: the outside doors are always red - we don't paint them for the holiday effect!

7 comments:

The Knitting Blog by Mr Puffy the Dog said...

Ah. A wreath. Set's the tone for the whole experience. Very nice.

Carrie K said...

Now you know I love that stocking. Nice doors! I love the Santa you made too.

Merry Christmas!

mary said...

Merry Christmas Bridget. Love seeing your decorations. Hope you have a great evening. The rissoto sounds fabulous.

Carol said...

Aw, honey, you ARE the holiday cheeseball.

And I mean that in the most loving way.

Merry Christmas. Getting to know you has been an exceptionally wonderful present this year.

Dalis' Blog at Dancing Leaf Farm said...

Love the red doors. Merry Christmas to another happy knitter! Dalis from Dancing Leaf Farm

Kim said...

We (uh, our cats. . .) have that stocking! Great minds. . .

Carol said...

It looks great! I'm still grappling with how did the holidays get here so fast?