• So cute.

  • This is so adorable, love the wagon.

  • I love your wagon and the way you have accessorized for winter!

  • I love your little old wagon filled with Christmas cheer!

  • That could be a Christmas card. Beautiful. Simply beautiful. Patty

    • patty, thanks so much for stopping by & for the kind comment! {and good luck with the nor’easter coming your way – enough already!!!}

  • This is very wonderful and I hope to make one that is similar to yours, possibly with a light inside the lantern. Thanks for the inspiration. I pinned this also = my followers will get to see your darling wagon! Linda

  • Anonymous


  • That is too cute! I love it!

  • Sarah, this is really cute! I love all the greens and berries!

  • That wagon is a great find. The arrangement is beautiful, perfect in the wagon.

  • Stopping over from your feature at Savvy Southern Style to pin your wagon. Love it, and I just took one apart last weekend that is sitting empty. Don’t know if I can make mine look as awesome as yours, but at least I have a visual on what mine could be.


    • Oh, bliss thanks ever so much! i sprayed mine down with a coat of clear enamel to pull out the color a bit then did my thing! i know you will make yours absolutely beautiful 😉

  • Anonymous

    This is so beautiful. Is the greens artificial? I cannot find long needled pine anywhere online to purchase. Thanks, Debbi

    • Thanks! I purchased the pine bundles at hobby lobby. It’s probably a seasonal thing.

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