This Christmas, we really wanted to simplify what we were doing outside of our immediately family of four. Linden had the perfect solution for me, and I wanted to share it with all of you who aren’t lucky enough to live near Linden, because you can make this yourself.

Laurie collected old silver pieces, planted paperwhites, topped them with moss and air fern, and added a ribbon. Done. Seriously? How cute are these and who wouldn’t love them? Water slightly about once a week. (For more information on caring for paperwhites, visit: GardenGuides.com.)

My favorite parts of my own Vintage Pink & Yellow Tea Party were the floral arrangements in the teapots, created by Laurie of Linden in Woodstock, GA. Linden offers such a charming collection of antiques, gift items, paintings and florals. Laurie shops in England and France, so her finds are always one-of-a-kind and her store is always my first stop for gifts.

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