Monday, December 2, 2013

$500.00 French Farmhouse Christmas Gift Card Giveaway, Wintersteen Farms Wreaths, Silver Tipped Christmas Trees, Anthropologie Ornaments


Hello!
I hope you all enjoyed your Thanksgiving day yesterday.....
Today we will be giving away a $500.00 gift card to my online shop along with a Wintersteen Farms Wreath.....
My cousin Jeff and his wife Kelly own Wintersteen Farms.....
Wintersteen Farms is a 36 acre noble and douglas tree farm located in Eagle Creek, Oregon....
The entire process of creating, decorating, and shipping each wreath is performed at Wintersteen Farms.... 
Their wreaths are honestly one of my favorite gifts to give during the holidays....
The giveaway details will be at the end of this post....


Our favorite Christmas trees to use during the holidays are the Silver Tipped Christmas trees....
We purchase our silver tipped trees from  Sierra Magnifica Trees.....

 

This year I fell in love with Anthropologie's candy striped ornaments and 
used them to adorn the trees in some of the product pictures.
I thought I would share a few images of items we added to our French Farmhouse Christmas section on November 20th along with a few simple Christmas decorating ideas..... Some of the items are currently out of stock,  however we are currently working on restocking the shop and hope to have some new items available around December 15th.



A vintage French crate filled with a silver tip tree.....


Ella modeling her Billy Wolf NYC jacket on a vintage French crate.....
I discovered these dog jackets on pinterest this fall, and I can't tell you how much we love these adorable jackets....
We also have stockings made from vintage European grain sacks......


Another vintage French crate filled with a silver tip tree.....
I found the plaid material in Bordeaux this fall....
I fell in love with this material.
It really was the inspiration behind my French Farmhouse Christmas displays for my product pictures this year.
I also brought the breadboards home from France as well....




I found this beautiful pot at a market in Villeneuve les Avignon along with the collar that Ella is wearing.... It even has a little bell attached to it....


I thought it would be fun to turn a breadboard into an advent calendar....


We put 24 nails into the breadboard in the shape of a tree and then hung the ornaments from the nails.... We also stamped numbers onto tags and hung the tags behind the ornaments....
The idea is the kids hang one ornament on the tree each day starting December 1st....


This season I have become obsessed with vintage French ticking and plaid fabrics....
I purchased the ticking last year and wrapped it around the base of our Christmas tree....
It only took me a year to get brave enough to cut into it.....


The basket the silver tipped tree is in is from Europe and are used in gardens.....
We typically use these baskets around our house to store shoes in....
They also make great laundry baskets......
We have a limited supply of these available in the shop.......


My mom used to hang sleigh bells on the door every Christmas season....
These bells bring back so many childhood memories for me....





I have  a few more bells to photograph and will add those to the shop on the 15th....


We have stockings made from vintage French linen and French ticking......


I strung Anthropologie ornaments around the top of this vintage French armoire using our nautical twine......
I got the idea from one of my favorite images that I found on Better Homes and Gardens website......


Fill a crate with some vintage kitchen items 
and give to the chef in the family.....


One of my favorite gifts to give is this 100% Raw-Real Varietal Honey.....




We have dog beds we made from vintage European grain sacks that will go well with your holiday decor.


Ella seems to love her dog bed and Billy Wolf jacket....
We were only able to get a couple pictures of her awake on the bed : )











To create a simple table scape we lined the table with a vintage grain sack runner, added two cafe au lait bowls filled with the Anthropologie ornaments that we topped with a mini wreath we made from an olive branch.....







I found the opaline Milk bottle in Isle Sur la Sorgue......
We set the table with a mixture of English ironstone plates and a mix of vintage French silverware...
I will have a few more sets of ironstone plates available on December 15th.


I have a limited supply of grain sack runners available.


Last year we created ribbon by cutting the stripes out of the grain sacks......
The ribbon is really easy to make or you can purchase the ribbon in our shop.....


I think it adds some nostalgic charm to the Wintersteen Farms wreath.....
The ribbon eminds me of candy canes......




Vintage French chocolate jars are now available in the shop....


We created a simple centerpiece by filling the jars with vintage inspired deer candles that I had purchased from Martha by Mail many years ago......


My mom had candles similar to this and put them out every year.....
Those candles were my favorite Christmas decorations that she would put out each Christmas season.....


We also added these vintage French baking pans.....


We lined the pans with festive tissue paper and filled them with cookies we made using a favorite recipe out of an old Country Home Magazine.....


I am always looking for fun containers to put homemade cookies in for the holidays.....


We are hoping to find more of these to add to the shop on December 15th....





Another way to display your Wintersteen Farms Wreath...... 


Hang your wreath from an old easel....
I found this 19th century easel in Provence.....
I managed to fit it in my suitcase.....


If you were to win the wreath, how would you display it in your home?


GIVEAWAY INFORMATION

We will be giving away a Wintersteen Farms wreath along with a $500.00 gift card to my Dreamy Whites Online Shop.......

To enter the giveaway all you have to do is leave a comment on this post stating where you would hang your Wintersteen Farms Wreath if you were to win.....
If you share the giveaway on Pinterest or any other social media outlets, please leave a separate comment for each time you shared the giveaway.....
If you leave an anonymous comment please leave an email address so we can contact you if you win.
The giveaway will end December 8th at midnight Pacific Standard time.....

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Robin said...

I think a Wintersteen Farms wreath would look beautiful hanging in my living room.

levi john said...

The christmas decorations are looks cute and pretty.........

Lynda @ Happenstance Home said...

Your home and products are all so beautiful. I would hang that wreath across a chalkboard I have in my foyer. Need some greenery out there. It would be perfect.

Jade Creative said...

THe Wintersteen wreath would look fabulous hung on my red front door.
Your Ella is so cute, and what a patient model.
Have a great day!

lorene said...

The wreaths are beautiful!!! I definitely would hang mine right on the front door!! But oh wait! It is BEAUTIFUL on the tripod too--I love that idea! Wonderful pictures and ideas--thanks for sharing. I would love to win :)

Renate Albert said...

Hallo,

wow, the best place for the beautiful Wintersteen wreath is on my old White door from my grandma.

Greetings
Renate (Renate-albert@web.de)

Anonymous said...

It would be perfect over our mantel in the family room. Reminds of an old fashioned Christmas!Thanks for a great giveaway!Janice (jkempf1@hotmail.com)

Petie said...

Your photography of your home and your personal style are amazing. I love decorating with wreaths, so I would hang this one on my front door.

Petie said...

I just pinned this to my pinteres board...Deck the Halls
http://www.pinterest.com/pieranch/deck-the-halls/

Petie said...

I posted this giveaway to my facebook page..

chateau chic said...

Your Christmas decor is stunning, as always!!! The wreath would look perfect hanging on a large arched vintage window in my family room.
Mary Alice

Suzanne said...

Oh my I would be hard pressed to decide where to hang such a gorgeous wreath! We have a house built in 1799 and my husband just painted the dorrs barn red-so outside on the front door with twinkly lights and garland surrounding it is where I *think* it would go:-)

Brittany Ruth said...

First, I just wanna say that your Frenchie is adorable. She looks almost exactly like my Frenchie! I was actually thinking about getting him a Billy Wolf jacket in the same pattern. What size do you think would fit mine? He's 30lbs. If I won the wreath I'd hang it on my back porch :)

kimberly said...

Maria, I am laughing at your sleeping girl photos- she cracks me up! Personally I would hang the wreath in our entry as it would be the perfect thing to greet guests as they arrive! Happy holidays~
x

Mama V said...

one in each room would be lovely! ;)

Mary said...

Beautiful wreaths!!!! I would hang mine in my family room so that I could enjoy it all day long!!

maura said...

Your home looks gorgeous! I would hang a wreath over my mantle. It always looks so festive!

maura said...

Your home looks gorgeous! I would hang a wreath over my mantle. It always looks so festive!

Shabbyfufu said...

Maria....just gorgeous and simple. I would hang the wreath perhaps on a vintage ladder that I'm getting from a friend.
Thanks for the chance to enter!xx

Ricka35 said...

Nothing says "Merry Christmas" like a big green wreath on you front door.

QPT said...

Happy Holidays!!!
JingleBells Jinglebells

ruth said...

I would love to hang it above the sofa in my living room. Great giveaway, thanks.

Meg@OliverandRust said...

on the inside of my front door for sure

Meg@OliverandRust said...

pinned the giveaway (and many other photos might i add)

Rustic Elegance said...

I looooove your Christmas decorating, so simple and elegant! I would hang my wreath on our large mirror in the adults hangout room...I usually do up the room where the kids watch tv and play games, but would love to do something in ours this year! Thanks for such a great giveaway....and thanks for the opportunity to win it:)

suburban prep said...

What a great welcome to my home piece this would be. As people walk into my condo there is a wall where they would be greeted with the season with the wreath.

Miss M said...

First: what a great, great give-away!
I would love to hang it on my frontdoor; it gives my guests a very warm welcome!
I hope you can shipping the wreath to Europe, to Holland! :-)
Beautiful photos!

Kind regards from a cold Holland, Marjolijn.
(http://www.thestyleofmissm.blogspot.com)

Kelly said...

Gosh you have so many pretty and unique things for sale! I love that natural wreath too. I would hang it front and center above my fireplace (in place of my fake one) if I won it!

Melissa said...

I would hang the wreath on an old white barn door that's in my living room. Love your style!

bforboon said...

I would hang this in our kitchen so everyone can see when they walk in :)

Curious Details said...

The perfect wreath for my french mirror, or course :)

Wanda @ Just Vintage said...

Oh my! I'd either put it on the door company uses or over one of the fireplaces or the kitchen window or...

Recuperating from a wicked virus, your beautiful, clean lines and uncluttered home was just the visual I needed this morning. And thanks for doing such a generous giveaway.

Darla P. said...

What a gorgeous wreath. I'm sure it smells delicious too! I'd hang it between windows in the dining room. Just lovely. Thanks!

Melaine Thompson said...

Oh you know I want {need} to win this! I have been drooling over your shop ever since day one, but these Christmas photos are killing me!!! In a good way of course. I need a wreath for my front door. Crossing my fingers! By the way, love those Anthro ornaments! Super cute in your house! I think I need to come visit again…..

MarlisB said...

At first I thought I'd hang it in the kitchen, but then I decided the school room would be better. Or my hallway. Naaaa, the school room. We are homeschoolers and spend much time in our dining room converted to school room. What a great give-away!

Wanda @ Just Vintage said...

I just shared on my Facebook page.

Sue Reed said...

I would hang this beautiful wreath on the mirror above our piano!! I love it!! And I love the simplicity of your home and the authentic vintage quality of all of your products! Just yummy!!
my email address is suereed04@gmail.com

Wanda @ Just Vintage said...

And now I've shared it on Pinterest.

Junkchiccottage said...

Maria,
Everything is so beautiful. It is like opening my favorite magazine when I come on your blog. Your pictures and style are gorgeous and then just when I think your pictures cannot be any better you put Ella in them. Toooooooo adorable. Love this post and love the give away. I have old doors in my home that one of those gorgeous wreaths would look heavenly on. Thanks for the chance to win.
Kris :)

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

My front door is currently bare. This needs to change before my big cookie exchange party on the 15th. I would so love to welcome my guests with this bit of beauty!

Shabby Sheshe said...

I would hang it on my vintage sled on my front porch!
~Michelle~

My Shabby Roses said...

love...love...love the wreath. I have a vintage cabinet in my living room that I would display it on.
Your photos are so pretty, you have a gift for display and presentation.

Anonymous said...

I would hang it on the vintage window frame in my living room. Your pictures are absolutely beautiful!

taddandkendra@hotmail.com

jo said...

I would hang it on the windows in my dining room. That way it would be seen from many rooms. They are beautiful and this entry is fantastic. Beautiful photos!

Rachel Travis said...

I would hang this on my front door :)

rachelmarietravis at gmail dot com

LISA TRAINOR said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful decor and cute doggie. I'd hang my wreath in the kitchen dining area so I could admire and smell it through the holidays. (But I'd put it outside at night so it stays fresh.) Merry Christmas.
Lisa

Jodi said...

Beautiful pictures and a fabulous giveaway!
I would hang that wreath in my mudroom, so that i could see it everytime i walked in the door!

Jodi

Low Tide High Style said...

Your house looks beautiful all decorated for the holidays!!! I would hang one of these beautiful wreaths on the wooden gates that lead to my backyard. You see the gates when you pull up to our home and also through the master bedroom window so it would be perfect there!

I hope you have a wonderful holiday!

Kat

C Tanner Jensen said...

I hang the wreath in the living room over the top of the mirror that is above the fireplace.

Love the way you present everything. Happy Holidays.

trash talk said...

I'd hang it above my bed so the smell of the pine would definitely add to sweet dreams.
Deb

Karen said...

I would love to hang one of those beauties on my front door. You have so many beautiful and unique items in your shop, I could look at them all day long. Thanks for the chance to win.

ImSoVintage Laura Walker said...

I would hang it over the fireplace where I could enjoy its wonderful aroma.

the growers daughter said...

Each piece is so beautiful.

I think I would hang the wreath from my mirror at my front entrance. It's right near my Christmas tree.

Thanks so much,
Maria
growersdaughter@gmail.com

Sarah said...

Gorgeous photos! Though I would LOVE to hang this above the fireplace, I fear it may dry out, so it would go on the front door - making us the best looking house on the street. Thanks for the giveaway!

jodie said...

On our front door! Beautiful!

Beth said...

I would give it to my mom. Just had to put her in a nursing home and it's a rough holiday season, as my dad passed away recently. It would bring her much joy.

Merry Christmas to all!

SeaWorthy said...

I would add it to my beautiful newly shingled exterior right by the front door so everyone could see it! Gorgeous

June said...

This post is too beautiful for words Maria! I can think of a couple hundred places I would love to hang the wreath, but it would probably go on the studio door. They are such full, beautiful wreaths. Your sister should be so proud of her farm!
warm hugs....

chloeandme said...

Love how you decorated! Your pup is too cute! I would hang the wreath over the mantel Jackie@Pacitti.us

The Blue Farmhouse said...

As you enter through the door of my home I have a beautiful ornate scrolled mirror that I painted white and aged. Your eye goes there first and then up to the top of the mirror and...hopefully this beautiful wreath above it. It would be breathe taking. Thank you for the chance and all the photos are drop dead gorgeous!

Rita

Priscilla said...

Hi Maria! The wreath is very pretty. I would hang it on my front door.

The Blue Farmhouse said...

Dreamy Whites is on my Facebook too!

Rita

Mary Elise said...

The mixed greens is my favorite kind of wreath, and I would hang it on my front door.

Mrs. Breier said...

Oh my, this would be a wonderful Christmas present for myself! This gorgeous wreath would go in my entry way on a vintage mirror I just scored at the flea. Thank you so much for the awesome giveaway! (**fingers crossed!**)

Amanda H said...

As much as I would love to show this off on my front door, I'd rather hang it inside where I could enjoy the smell of the pine! We've had artificial trees for the last 20 years and I miss the smell of the pine trees!

Jordyn Williams said...

On the inside of my living room door. It's so lovely.

Nicole said...

What beautiful photos! I would hang it above our fireplace in the upstairs great room.

jodi said...

I would place it on a mirror above our buffet. it looks so full and festive. a centerpiece for sure.

Vintage Home said...

oh my goodness...so many wonderful items...my favorite is your sweet pup! Love what you did with the bread board!

arielle elise. said...

Oh my, what a wonderful giveaway! I would LOVE to have the wreath to put in my photography studio. We moved into a new home this past summer and how lovely it would be to win the giveaway! Your work is absolutely beautiful and inspiring, thank you!

Trisha said...

I hope this year is my lucky year! ;) I have an old, white, chippy door in the corner of my living room and it is the perfect place to hang such a beautiful wreath! I can already picture it hanging there!

~Trisha

flowerlady464 said...

Gorgeous..like no wreath from my neck of the woods. Inside? Outside? Hard to decide. :)

BostonMaddie said...

I would LOVE to win this prize! I drool over your posts daily! I would hang this on the front door of our new home we are building (it would look awesome!)

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

Your Christmas decor is fabulous! I love all the natural elements you incorporated into your decor!I would put the wreath in a kitchen window. I would love the smell! Thank you for hosting this fabulous giveaway!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

First off, wow - I tell you this post certainly makes your blog name "Dreamy Whites" perfectly named. You have created an amazingly beautiful holiday world - gorgeous!

As for this amazing give-away, be still my heart- wow, so generous! That you so much for the opportunity!

I would proudly hang that wreath at my front door to welcome every guest and visitor all season long.

As for our shop, there isn't a thing I don't love there, too.

Have a wonderful week.

Anonymous said...

The wreath adds a beautiful rustic touch in ones interior or exterior. I would happily hang one over our glass front door :) (ang1blondnonblond@hotmail.com)- Angie Diehl xo

Leslie said...

This is my first visit to your blog, I follow you on facebook. Lovely things. If I were to win, I would hang my Wintersteen Farms wreath above our fireplace. And I'm sure I could find all kinds of loveliness with the gift card! Thanks for the chance to enter.

Fishtail Cottage said...

oh my, I love the simplicity of your Christmas decor! so pretty! xoxo,tracie

rachel said...

On my back door! It's in the kitchen so I can constantly admire it. :)

J Harris said...

If I was to win I'd hang it on our old barn doors that flank my 1year old's crib...so she can wake up every morning to the smell of fresh Christmas trees in her little room. (jjkwharris@yahoo.com) p.s. I adore your blog!! Merry Christmas

Anonymous said...

How beautiful...above my mantel
Beth
Goodvariety@yahoo.com

Fishtail Cottage said...

I would hang this gorgeous wreath above our outdoor fireplace - would be so pretty! thank you for the opportunity! and the things I could purchase in your shop with a $500. gift card...oh dear...!!! happy happy

Amber said...

I would hang the wreath in my dining room. So pretty! Your home is dreamy and so charming.

Fishtail Cottage said...

Shared on Fishtail Cottage FB page! xoox

Anonymous said...

The wreath would be a beautiful complement to a pair of antique shutters I have as a sideboard backdrop!
(carolyn.roytman@yahoo.com)

Michele @ {Primp} said...

What a beautiful wreath! I would hang it on an old framed chalkboard.

Michele @ {Primp} said...

I shared on Pinterest!

Amber said...

I just pinned this post to Pinterest

Michele @ {Primp} said...

I shared on fb!

Amber said...

I shared this on Facebook too!

Alison Dressler said...

Gorgeous! It would give color to my white and cream mudroom that has two large double paned wavy glass windows that frost over every year. It is always so welcoming to be greeted at the door with a wreath. The fragrance is an added bonus!

Laura@Elegant Nest said...

I would hang this beautiful wreath in my bedroom, right above my bed! I can already smell the pine and cedar...

Laura@Elegant Nest said...

Shared the Wintersteen Farms Wreath on my Pinterest board Christmas Inspiration http://www.pinterest.com/elegantnest/christmas-inspiration/

Laura@Elegant Nest said...

Shared on Twitter too!https://twitter.com/myelegantnest/status/407556939212525568

Anonymous said...

If I were to win the beautiful wreath from Wintersteen Farms, I would give it to my sister. My sister has the perfect home and front door to display this wreath just perfectly for the winter season. Thank you for this opportunity. ilbutnotcountry@gmail.com

Dodie Leibecke said...

The wreath is lovely and I love all of your wonderful decorating ideas.
Were I to win the wreath I would hang it in the bathroom! It would make an elegant statement in an otherwise under-decorated room!

gina said...

Over my mantle

mtonostalgia said...

Always love the fresh Oregon Wreaths. I will hang it on my front gate, or on my wooden garage door? Gee maybe I will need 2? Love it and sleeping beauty on her pillow bed......

Holly Abston said...

I would hang it in the window over my kitchen sink. :)

Rebecca said...

I would hang a beautiful Wintersteen Farms Wreath in my family room. I am imagining the scent it would fill the room with!

Rebecca said...

I posted the giveaway to Pinterest. :) Love it!

pballard said...

I would hang this on my shabby door in the dining room. I love these wreaths. Thanks for such a generous giveaway.

Rebecca said...

I couldn't help myself from also sharing with my clients on Facebook. Thank you for all the holiday inspiration!

ChiPPy!-SHaBBy! said...

Just AwEsoMe Pictures & Creative Vignettes!!!
Y*O*U are sooooo talented Maria!!!
Jeanine Burkhardt

pballard said...

Shared this giveaway to facebook. Thanks again. https://www.facebook.com/#!/pam.ballard.313/posts/238058769704396

pballard said...

Shared to pinterest as well. Working hard for this giveaway! I love it. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/86835099039019945/

pballard said...

Tweeted about this giveaway also.
https://twitter.com/PamBallard1/status/407563380094816257

Vunda Vall said...

this would definitely go on my front door!
dtdady at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I would hang the wreath in my shabby room, it would look incredible with all my collectable little vintage Christmas trees...

Kelliandrews9@yahoo.com said...

I would hang that gorgeous wreath on an old ladder I am decorating with ornaments and old linens.

Love your shop!! Just got my 2 pitchers!! Love the wrapping and complimentary lavender satchel

Merry Christmas!!
Kelli florian

Shannon said...

I would hang it right in my kitchen to enjoy all day and I bet it smells amazing!

pballard said...

Added to my sidebar as well. Thanks again.
http://momentslikethese-pballard.blogspot.com/

Faded Charm said...

As always, love your photography and all the inspiration you share. Thanks for an opportunity to win both the gift certificate and beautiful wreath.

Loving my items I got from you last month:-)

xoxo
Kathleen

Kelsi said...

I would probably move my wreath around, enjoying it in various places! They are so beautiful.

Faded Charm said...

Oh, forgot to mention where I would hang it......I think it would look great hanging from my old weathered ladder.

I will also be pinning some of your photos and will mention your giveaway!

Kathleen

Jen Carpenter said...

Your amazing photography and staging really captures the beauty of the Wintersteen wreath! I would hang my wreath over the mantle in my living room :)

Amy Orvin said...

I would hang the wreath on my front door for the world to see.

2dogs5catscrew@att.net

Amy Orvin said...

Tweet- https://twitter.com/amyorvin/status/407566774519873536

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Sandy A said...

I always love a wreath on our red front door--but I could also place it on an old window over our mantle...

Barbara Halstead said...

Also, shared on Facebook.

Amy Orvin said...

Pinned - http://www.pinterest.com/pin/15692298675354899/

2dogs5catscrew@att.net

Ann@farmhouseblues said...

The wreaths are gorgeous and to win a gift card to your shop would be amazing! I would hang the wreath from a large framed mirror in my living room. While it would be lovely on my front door, I would want it indoors so I could look at it all the time!

Ann@farmhouseblues said...

I just shared your post on FB as well.
Thanks so much!!

Pamela said...

I would hang the lovely wreath in my dining room. Since we aren't having a live tree this year it would add a lovely evergreen scent to the house. Thanks for the chance!

Pamela said...

I pinned your giveaway on Pinterest.

Anonymous said...

If I would be so blessed to win this lovely wreath, it would be on the side of my home, for all the world to see!
I love your blog, I love your posts, your home, your site and your precious little dog!!
Can I move in??? Ha ha...

Have a very Merry Christmas and a blessed
New Year.

Fondly,
Jackie Carney

Faded Charm said...

Just shared your giveaway on my FB page:-)

Thanks again,
Kathleen

Jenn said...

I love everything about this! Your pictures are breath-taking! I think one of those gorgeous wreaths would look perfect above my fireplace in the living room and would add the perfect festive touch. :)

xo
LIFE AS A WIFE

Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

Love the wreaths! I would hang one on my antique barn door in the living room.

Anonymous said...

Winning a Wintersteen Farm wreath would be such a thrill! I live in a tiny apartment, so anywhere indoors would be delightful! Stepping out of the box a bit, and hanging it over my bed sounds festive :)

Many blessings this holiday season….me57@mac.com

Mary Merry

Anonymous said...

I would definitely hang the wreath over our fireplace! I can imagine how beautiful and refreshing the Christmas scent must be!! I would be ever so grateful if I won this giveaway, I have admired your style for a few years now and adore your shop....Thank you so much for such an amazing giveaway and Good Luck to everyone!! ~Ashley O.
smooshley@comcast.net

Anne said...

This may be a cliche, but I would hang that gorgeous wreath on the front door of my new house.

Anne said...

I also shared on Pinterest! Too beautiful not to pin!

Beth said...

I always am inspired by your creativity and the beauty of your blog. I would love to be entered in your drawing and think the wreath would be lovely hanging on a mirror above our fireplace.

Blessings,
Beth

Anonymous said...

I would hang the gorgeous wreath in my Mom's new sunroom. I love the fragrance of fresh greenery.
my_mariah_2000@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Just beautiful! I would hang the wreath over my daughter's bed. We live in Florida and fresh wreaths are far and few between. She loves the smell of Christmas and I want this year to be extra-special for her since I don't know when her next Christmas at home will be. She has enlisted in the Navy and will be leaving to serve our great country this summer! Thanks for the opportunity to enter the give-away and for sharing your amazingly beautiful home!

Merry Christmas!
Mia Marshall
mia3129mfm@yahoo.com

Ashlee Peters said...

I would hang it in front of our large leaded glass windows in the dining room. It would look amazing in there and I am sure it would make the room smell wonderful.
Love all your gorgeous pics!!

Anonymous said...

Shared from Mississippi on FB.
my_mariah_2000@yahoo.com

Ashlee Peters said...

I also shared on my Holiday Pinterest board!

ashn.design@hotmail.com

Preppy Mama said...

So beautiful! I would hang it in my dining room because that is the place we gather most for the holidays!!
Thanks!
preppymama@gmail.com

Nancy Bailey said...

I love your inspirational blog and look forward to each new posting. We just finished redoing our fireplace wall and that gorgeous wreath would be perfect hanging over the mantle. Thank you for the opportunity to enter your drawing. Nancy

creeksidedaylilies@yahoo.com

Preppy Mama said...

I shared on Pinterest
http://www.pinterest.com/pin/22658804349074401/
Thanks! preppy mama@gmail.com

Preppy Mama said...

I shared on FB too: https://www.facebook.com/gina.flusser/posts/10202699415915000

preppymama@gmail.com

WhiteWhispers2u said...

Thank you for such a beautiful giveaway ! I would hang my wreath out by my front door on a vintage sled. Thanks !!!

Emily Perry said...

I would love to hang the wreath over my fireplace. Just beautiful!!!

laura said...

i love the freshness, simplicity, and your vintage style combination in your home! It has inspired my decor! Your style is gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

I would hang this beautiful wreath in my dinning room above my console table where I am setting up a yummy hot chocolate station. My email is emily.colburn@wolt.ca

Susanne said...

What a great post, fantastic Christmas decorating inspiration! I'd hang the fresh wreath on the back door in the mud room, the door that gets used the most, so we'd smell the pine scent every time we go in and out.
Susanne.

Anonymous said...

Hi, just love everything here!
....what a simple and beautiful home you have...just LOVE Ella!!!!
If I won the wreath I would hang it right om my front door!
Thank you, Corinne
crossnote@verizon.net

becky up the hill said...

Oh it would be on my front door. Love this wreath! Beautiful. Going to see if I can pin some pix now. Merry Christmas!

Diana Lucas said...

Hi Maria, I have a set of vintage longhorns hanging over my fireplace-I would definitely hang this beautiful wreath from them. It would really add some fresh scent to the room. Who doesn't love fresh cedar at Christmas? Thanks for the chance to win all these goodies. Hope I win :-) Diana

Diana Lucas said...

I just posted about your awesome giveaway on Twitter #bearchick81. Diana

Diana Lucas said...

I also pinned the giveaway post to my Christmas Pinterest page. I would so love to win. Diana

Anonymous said...

This is the first year I ordered a wreath from wintersteen and I can't wait to get it! If I won I would give it to someone as a gift. Enjoy the holidays!

Kathleen
Kkgerace@yahoo.com

Tiffany said...

The wreath would decorate our fireplace. It's been sitting empty for years, and some holiday greenery, pillar candles, ribbon, and ornaments could do a lot to brighten it up.

b.ellen said...

I would hang mine over the mirror on our mantle. Beautiful as always!

b.ellen said...

I would hang mine over the mirror on our mantle. Beautiful as always!

acbrown01 said...

I would first put the wreath up at my office at work. I work in a Finance office and it is so blah. We have a room that separates us from the rest of the workers. This wreath would be exactly the thing to put on our door to lift up our spirits via scent and sight. We get out of work on the 20th and I would then take it home and proudly display it on my foyer mirror to do the same kind of uplifting. Live greenery is so magical.

Studio Cube said...

this is all sooo beautiful! I would post the wreath on the front door of my new home. It'll be one thing to help make it feel cozy and christmas-y, while boxes and boxes of things needing to be unpacked lie inside :-)

Razmataz said...

I would hang a wreath on the front window of our Spanish style home in FLorida.

Your styling is impeccable Maria. And so too, are your photos. There is a freshness about your work that seems real, not staged. I love it. You should do a book....REALLY.

kerrie of sea cottage said...

I would hang the beautiful Wintergreen wreath on our white french doors that open to my studio. But oh how I wish I had a vintage french easel to hang it from! Your photos, your farmhouse are so so lovely!

debola said...

I would put the wreath on my bedroom door!

Labellamaison said...

I would love to put the wreath on my screened in porch that has vintage black furniture with red ticking cushions. The furniture was my parents and I love it so!

Julie Bell said...

What a beautiful wreath! I can almost smell it! Imagine a rock fireplace that grows from floor to ceiling, well, hung in the center is the perfect spot in my house for everyone to enjoy this special wreath from Wintersteen Farms.

Diana Heard said...

Okay.... You are either going to have FIVE posts from me or none!? LOL

I've never logged on here, just followed you on FB. However, I love losing myself in your blog and FB photos. As delightful as you are!

Hope you had a wonderful holiday.
The lovely wreath would be perfect for greeting guests at the front door! XO ~ Diana

lifeunfolds.com said...

I'd hang it in my bedroom, it looks beautiful!

msmaf at ymail dot com

lifeunfolds.com said...

Shared on Pinterest..

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Anonymous said...

The beautiful Wintersteen Farms wreath would be perfect in the arched nicho above the mantle of our adobe fireplace!

I am so thankful to Miss Mustard Seed for pointing me in the direction of your lovely blog!! Beyond beautiful! Thank you!

Charlene

lifeunfolds.com said...

Shared on FB.

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Даша said...

Such a cozy wreath. :)
I think it would be nice to hang it over my work-place, so I can feel christmasy and peppy even while doing smth boring. :)

Eryn said...

On my front door!

Desiree Hart said...

Hello Maria
,I just love your style! It's so inspirational to me. I've been following your blog for some time now. If I had a wreath from winters teen farms I would display it on my old French shutters I had over my sofa.. You display so beautifully! Have a wonderful day Desiree hart

AnnaZed said...

OMGoodness! I love you blog, and your shop and your style!

I would place that pretty wreath on the wall in the dinning room across from the mirror to get a double green effect.
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jen tesh said...

So beautiful...it would look lovely hanging on the mirror above my piano.

Brady and Amber said...

What a feast for the eyes!!! Simply beautiful!! I think I would hang the wreath on my wall with the vaulted ceiling. Right now it's lacking. adesplin@gmail.com

Amy said...

It would look beautiful on the front door of my house!

Alison Dressler said...

Shared on FB! :)

Moms Working From Home and Making a difference said...

I would hang on my front door what a beautiful way to welcome anyone to our home this holiday season!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

The beautiful Wintersteen Farms wreath would be perfect in the arched nicho above the mantle of our adobe fireplace!

I am so thankful to Miss Mustard Seed for pointing me in the direction of your lovely blog!! Beyond beautiful! Thank you!

Charlene
CharleneAOlsen@gmail.com

gracefullyworn said...

I would have on my front door it is so gorgeous!
Thanks Maria:)

Nancy said...

I have a large picture window in my living room - it would hang right in the middle of this window :)

Julie Bunch said...

I would hang the wreath in my kitchen because that is the room we spend the most time in.

Brit Barrett said...

I would hang my Wintersteen Farms wreath on our front door with the lovely cream ribbon looped through my door knocker. My french topiary trees on each side of the door will be the perfect accent!

Merry Christmas

Brit Barrett
britbarrett@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

I would put the beautiful Wintersteen Farms wreath at the top of the large, gold antique mirror we have hanging above our couch in the living room. The greenery and simplicity would be a perfect contrast to the ornate gold frame and would add just the perfect amount of Christmas decor to the room! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win that as well as a gift card to your shop! I would just die if I had $500 to spend there! So many beautiful things! :)


my email is annamarie758@gmail.com

Dana McDowell (danagmcdowell@gmail.com) said...

I would adore hanging a Wintersteen Farm Wreath in our little apartment, on one of our many blank white walls! We have an artificial tree, so it would be such a perfect touch of greenery for our holiday! Absolutely love your blog, all your photos, and the French farmhouse lifestyle you have created!

Brittany Cramer said...

My goodness! Everything you do just amazes me. I love your home and everything you put in it. I'm also so in love with the items in your shop! PS Ella is seriously a doll :) i'd look at pictures all day of her in your home LOL

Dana McDowell (danagmcdowell@gmail.com) said...

Hi again! I just shared your contest on my blog's FB page. Good luck to everyone who has entered!

Renee said...

I would hang that beautiful wreath on my front door! Would love to win a gift certificate, too! So many beautiful things...

Anonymous said...

I can think of two places this wreath would look great! Hung on a 19th c. set of French doors leaning against the wall in the library or in the dining room on a very old Louis Philippe mirror above the sideboard. I would add my grain sack ribbon to it. :) Kat
(whiskersandgarfield99@yahoo.com)

julie - eab designs said...

I used to live in Shingle Springs, CA right next to the town of Placerville where you purchase your beautiful trees. I miss the silver tips and noble firs we used to have each Christmas, as neither one is available here in Virginia. The wreaths are beautiful as well. I would happily display mine over our antique mirror in the dining room.

Jill Flory of Sew a Fine Seam said...

I would hang the wreath on my front door as I never got one for there this year!

Marie Tere said...

I'd hang that on my front door. So lovely. Thanks for the chance to win. Tere - marieterec@gmail.com

Marie Tere said...

Pinned it too. Tere - marieterec@gmail.com

Marie Tere said...

and FB too. Thanks!! Tere - marieterec@gmail.com

Marie Tere said...

and FB too. Thanks!! Tere - marieterec@gmail.com

little olive said...

this would definitely hang in my living room.. so I could look at it all the time. Everything is truly lovely!!!

kellyr78 said...

I would hang this wreath in my foyer.
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little olive said...

shared on pinterest.

kellyr78 said...

Pinned the giveaway
http://www.pinterest.com/pin/170925748331365569/
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20 North Ora said...

Beautiful post! I have a big window right beside my front door and would definitely hand that gorgeous wreath there. They are just gorgeous - as are those trees.

Thanks for the giveaway.

Judy

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