Happy Grey Dey Thursdey Mes Amies!
This will be the last “party for 2013 so we might all enjoy the holidays with loved ones. “Grey Dey Thursdey” will resume on January 2nd.
Sharing some winter grey Christmas around "Maison PML"....
...and this precious box of ornaments belonged to my grandmother...
I treasure them so.
Now For The Party...
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A few simple rules so that we all enjoy this weekly gathering....
1. You don't need to be a "follower" to participate. ALL are welcome!
2. Post anything in grey or "shades" of grey (I would hate to have to delete your Post so kindly respect this rule. "Merci")
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4. Kindly link back
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Let's add a little "grey to our deys!"
"Merci" for joining in.....and Blessed Holidays to you all!
So pretty, Michelle! Love the box of ornaments!ReplyDelete
Happy Grey Dey to you- the old ornaments are so beautiful, and love your silvery tree!
I wish you lovely before christmas, dayes and a merry christmas ,dear friend.
I love the silver and gray so pretty. Your ornaments are beautiful. Thanks for hosting a great party. It was fun to join in. Have a wonderful holiday with your family. Merry Christmas.
LOVE the tree and ADORE the ornaments. Oh, this makes me want to see more mon ami! I'm sure you're enjoying putting all the Christmas touches in your beautiful home. I can't wait to see a tour from you. I've got some 'touches of grey' to share this week. It will be fun to see the grey party going again in 2014! Gosh, pretty soon we'll have to start getting ready for FFF, wink wink....ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I love that you have your grandmother's ornaments. BlessingsReplyDelete
How delightful that you have your grandmother's ornaments and they are so beautiful. Enjoy your holidays. xoxReplyDelete
That silver tree and your Grandmothers ornaments are so lovely...I want to see more!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! The tree, ornaments, so lovely!ReplyDelete
wow - that silver tree is just so beautiful! & the ornaments...so meaningful! (were is the heart icon when I need it). I just linked up, although my post isn't all grey...I have a few grey ornaments in a photo ~ lol Having a Cottage Christmas party at my place too - would love to have you come over and link up! oxox, tracieReplyDelete
oh, my, your g-mom's ornies are gorgeous, michelle! merry christmas to you:)ReplyDelete
I love having things of my Grandmothers , your ornaments are preciousReplyDelete
Mon amie, I rushed home to join in and I'm still running late, lol. Adore your silver greys this dey!!ReplyDelete
The precious family ornaments are simply gorgeous. xo
What a lucky girl to have your grandmother's tree ornaments - they are simply precious and stunning!ReplyDelete
And so right for your silver Christmas Tree!
Thank you for hosting your last Grey Dey Thursdey party for 2013!
Oh I would love to find a box of vintage decorations like yours - what treasures.
I apologise for joining the party so late last week... I was away but I made it eventually!
Wishing you a happy time preparing for Christmas.
Big Christmas hugs
Oh Michelle...I came home tonight to find your ever so gentle package in my mail box. Oh what a gift!!!! The loveliness in every detail from the beginning of opening the tissue paper sealed with a Mary sticker to the sea glass collection gathered from your shore and then, Oh my, then the poems/quotes written of our God from my favorite writers...The sheer page with "Gather a shell from the strown beach and listen at its lips" is already hanging with the grey ribbon on my inspirational wire in my studio. I will frame the other writings and the sea glass with adorn my mantle. The tiny picture of the "Cadeaux de la Mer" rests on top of a canvas painting in my studio too. How could I ever thank you...merci my friend...you have blessed my heart and soul. Merry Christmas xxoReplyDelete
These are so beautiful and even more precious because they come from family. Love all the sparkle and shine. I'm so happy to have something to share this week. Thank you so much for hosting.ReplyDelete
Oh golly gosh Michelle!!! That tree is exquisite! I love it and especially with those beautiful old silvery glass ornaments. Do you get just a wee bit nervous when there is any traffic near that tree? For fear of your precious ornaments falling out of it? I have a gorgeous old 1910's turquoise glass tree topper that I am too afraid to display for fear of it falling out of the tree. LOL. I always just look at it at Christmas time and then put it right back in the box ;~) Happy Holidays to you and your family!!!!ReplyDelete
I need to get back in the swing of things so I can join this fun party! At least I can come by and be inspired by all your party goers! I must tell you that the box of ornaments made my heart skip a beat!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Christmas decor Michelle! Looking forward to next years Grey Deys, although I'm sooo pining for Spring colours at the moment, which means little grey here, apart from the sky :) HugsReplyDelete