The official countdown to Christmas has begun! For some over achievers, it started in October and for others in November. Not me. Let’s get through Thanksgiving first, then we can pull out all the Christmas decor and let the shopping begin. Each Christmas I anticipate the beautiful Christmas songs about Jesus that grace the department stores. I love the smell of a fresh Christmas tree covered in lights and I love to decorate my home.
If any of you are like me, it’s a love / hate relationship with the Pottery Barn catalogs that arrive in the mail during the holiday season. Beautiful ideas to adorn my home. But who am I kidding? My home will never look like the ones in that catalog. They are staged with professional designers, photographers, lighting experts and chefs. I assure you noone lives in those homes and they don’t have two children under the age of 4 running through their set as they take these photos.
However, I can adorn my walls with the Christmas message and I have decided to do just that.
This gorgeous Christmas collection is by Red Letter Words.
The fabulous business was started by Dee Kasberger. She was decorating her home and wanted wall art with an “erased chalkboard” look, but it was hard to find. So she decided to make her own art. Modern and casual but with a vintage touch and something that could complement family photos. She was positively overwhelmed by the response of family and friends. People were emotionally moved and they asked her to create even more. So her business began.
When I first viewed her work, I was drawn to the soul-touching messages. I loved the contemporary look and colors of each of her prints. You can also find her on etsy.
This one captured me this season.
When I purchased mine, I wanted all of them. I have great news for you. I’m going to take some of that pressure off of you to have that Pottery Barn home and help you have that perfectly decorated house you’ve been wanting for Christmas! Dee at Red Letter Words has graciously offered to giveaway ANY holiday gallery wrap canvas size 12×12 or 11×14!
Leave a comment after looking at her holiday collection under her product art prints. Let me know which is your favorite and you’ll be entered to win! I’ll select a winner through random.org on Wednesday, December 11th at 6pm. GOOD LUCK and remember the true reason for the season!!