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November 27, 2016

Getting In The Holiday Mood!

We have been in Pennsylvania again and visited my favorite little garden center with household decorative and holiday items.

I took random shots around the inside store area showing the holiday goodies they had spread out everywhere! 


Some of these trees jumped in my shopping basket! 

Ornaments to attract you like candy in a jar!

Loaded with candles, plants, baskets, dishes and more. 

This place is called Terrain.  It was a local garden center in Glenn Mills, PA.  It used to be called Styers.  If you ask any local where to find Terrain they will reply "Oh Styers".  

Little flowering plants for glass terrariums or such.

My daughter was eyeing up the little mini terrariums.  

They are selling amaryllis that are already started and the bulb is encased in a vinyl like sleeve and they don't need to be watered. There are two in this center moss arrangement.



This room area usually has dishes, books and foodie items.

I turned around and noticed all those wreaths tucked up there along the edge of the ceiling. 

I'm itching to own one of these big marble cheese boards.  Just don't like the price!  I think I posted that same thought last time I visited here!

This place is just fun to visit and explore.  Even if you only walked out with a $3.00 ornament you'd be happy having visited.

My daughter feeling crazed with all the choices!  LOL.... 

As we were walking back out I tried to capture a picture of this area.  A frosty winter wonderland of trees, lights, and ornaments. 

Wagon carts loaded with wreaths.  It's all about the presentation- everything seems so much more engaging with how they do it!

Dan loved this wreath. Probably should've bought it. They had baskets full of winterberry in a few areas.  I wanted some but I was concerned with my cats back home getting into them so I passed.

A very old sleigh....

The smell of campfire wood burning in the center area of some Christmas trees.


Those glass cylinders have more of those special amaryllis bulbs sealed in that vinyl like material.
Great gift item! 

I wanted to buy a poinsettia but with having to travel so far back home I decided to pass.  I loved the rosemary topiaries too! 

I loved these crate displays.  

We actually came all this way to witness our grandson's Christening.  Our daughter and the brother of our daughter in-law were asked to be the Godparents.  There were seven babies being baptized- an it all went so nicely. 
It was a wonderful day! 

I can't wait to get my holiday decorating started! 


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16 comments:

  1. Oh I would love to visit that place, Liz! So much to take in, I know you are excited to decorate for Christmas!

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  2. I love visiting places like this, Liz! Such a big selection to be tempted with.
    Such a lovely photo of your grandson's christening in a beautiful church. Have a wonderful week. ♥

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  3. Wow, what a great place to gather so much inspiration. Looks like you all had a blast taking it all in. Nice photo of the christening.

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  4. Wow! That looks like my kind of store......

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  5. Ok, I'll take one of everything in the garden shop.
    Can you imagine the sleigh in your yard? Now that would be fun.

    Linda C in Seattle

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  6. Oh so much to see. There is a fabulous nursery like that in LA that I love. Congratulations on the christening. Beautiful pic.

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  7. WHat a great place, I saw tons of goodies that would have followed me home! Congrats on the Christening, you have a beautiful family.

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  8. Hi Liz, what a wonderful place to visit and shop. I love those trees that jumped in you cart. Your daughter is beautiful and love the sweet little plant she choose.
    The baptism must have been beautiful. The photo is very special. Best wishes to the sweet little family.
    Have fun decorating and a great week.

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  9. Such a fun place to visit. Loads of wonderful treasure and inspiration. I can see why it is a fun stop. Congrats on your Grandson's christening. Happy family memories. Bring on the Christmas decor...LOL Thank you for sharing at DI&DI.

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  10. Congrats on the Christening. I love the displays too. I think I would love to have that sleigh.

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  11. I love virtual shopping trips like this! Feels like I was right there with you - and this is the best way for me to go as I'd have spent all my money on all those pretty things! I'm having such a hard time restraining myself this year :) Your daughter is so cute and makes a wonderful "shopping model". God's blessings on your grandson's baptism.

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  12. What a great place to get inspiration Liz! Loved the trees and the crates as well. Your daughter is a doll. Gets it from her mom I'm sure! Congrats on the christening of your grandson!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  13. That's a spectacular place! I completely understand your daughter's dilemma. Too much to choose from! I look forward to seeing all your Christmas decor inspired by this place. I enjoyed all your beautiful family pictures. :-)

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  14. Hi Liz, As you know I love Terrain too! Did you know that it is Anthropologie's Home and Garden store? Ours up here in Westport is one of my favorite destinations for garden items and decor, and the restaurant is excellent. Now you have me thinking about stopping in today for a bit of holiday fun. Thanks for the tour of yours! Congratulations on the new grandson!! How exciting! Linda

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  15. What a beautiful place. I love spending the day in places like these. What a lovely time you and your family had together. Thank you for sharing at Dishing it and Digging it link party. It's great having you.

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  16. Congratulations on the baptism and your daughter looks like a LOT of fun!!! What a great place to visit...and yes...you probably should have bought the wreath. lol Can't wait to see your Holiday decorations. xo Diana

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