Today I am joining a wonderful group of very talented bloggers for our Holiday Home Tour 2017. A big thank you to Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate for organizing this blog hop.
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If you missed it yesterday, I showed you my Winter Wonderland Living Room, though I am definitely not ready for snow yet! I just love the look of white lights and flocked branches.
I will be joining 53 bloggers on December 4th where we will all be showing our Christmas Trees, so I’m just sharing a sneak peek of my tree today. I hope you will come back Monday to see all the stunning trees!
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I added a few more Christmas vignettes throughout the Living and dining room. One of my all time favorite DIY projects from several years ago is this deer silhouette:
This was made from an old thrift store mirror that I painted with chalkboard paint and then traced a deer silhouette over it with white chalk paint. We named this little guy Buck and I look forward to taking him out every Christmas!
Can you tell I like chalkboards? This was another thrift store mirror updated with chalkboard paint. You can see how I made the pretty copper and gold deer wreath here.
Fairy lights are an inexpensive decorating idea and look great in glass jars. Bottle brush trees are another favorite of mine. I scored last year and picked up an entire box of these green bottle brush trees for $5! The rest I placed in an antique chicken feeder:
I’ve been collecting Dept 56 houses for many years and brought up a few of my favorites:
My dining room is all decked for Christmas with a Woodland theme. You can see the full post here.
This is the busiest time for bloggers and I am enjoying every minute! I love teaming up with other bloggers to bring you Holiday inspiration! There are so many fun hops all through December so be sure to subscribe to my email so you never miss a post. Thank you for stopping by. Enjoy the rest of the beautiful homes.