This year I decided on a Mardi Gras theme for our office tree. Because I have a huge selection of ornaments and picks in mardi gras colors, these wasn’t a lot of things I had to purchase. I was able to extend the tail on my favorite peacock which made Continue Reading →
This year Keith Williams (Southern University graduate and a native of New Orleans) chaired the Southern Mardi Gras Gala. He had a vision of changing the décor to reflect a simple elegance by toning down the GLITZ. He insisted we add strategic placement of decorations in the foyer, entrance, stage and Continue Reading →
This was my first year going to the Nutcracker Market here in Houston. I heard so much about how this was the premier in Christmas decoration and entertaining shopping. I must say this is the ultimate shopping experience for the holidays. There were all types of original designs for children Continue Reading →
This Christmas season caught me by surprise. I totally got off to a slow start with my decorations at home. I try to begin preparations in late October or early November because of the amount of trees we put up. However this year there was only time for 3 Christmas Continue Reading →
Our Office Tree The first tree to be decorated this holiday season was the office Christmas tree. This year, Santa’s helpers were Renise, Renee, Lynn, Maria, Stephanie and Sharon. We usually take extra time out to decorate the entire reception area, however this year there was only time for the Continue Reading →
Here are a few of the decorations we displayed this year for the Christmas holidays. Please excuse the clarity of the video, because it was shot at night. I just added a few pictures from around the House.
Highlighting the basics of decorating a Christmas Tree using a simple color scheme and handmade ornaments. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3