Hello Hello!! It’s MY turn to share my home for the 12 Days of Christmas Home Tour.
I am thrilled to have you here. We live in a 950 square foot condo, and I like to fill it to the brim with Christmas. So let’s get on with the tour…
Welcome inside our home. As look you around you will see Christmas vignettes and nativities throughout the house. Just the way I like it.
Along the bar you will see Hubby’s Snow Globe collection. Look here to get a closer look.
From this view you get a tiny glimpse of one of our 4 Christmas trees, bookshelves, my thrifted coffee table, and the Nativities I have collected for years.
In the kitchen, our open shelves are a focal point. My mom’s husband made the wooden candle holders for me. The nativity set is one of my VERY first nativities. I enjoy setting it out each year.
Grandpa’s croquet box is always in use around here. I collect blue bottles from thrift stores and use them any way I can. I added book pages (another love of mine) pine cones and a crystallized branch to fill the croquet box.
Filling various vessels and jars with Epsom salts and natural elements brings a soft and natural feel into our home.
I made this natural and rustic garland with jute, pecans, and 2 kinds of pine cones. EASY PEASY.
These precious snow angels were my Grandma’s in the 40s. Don’t they look like they are ice skating on the vintage mirror??
These lovely blue book shelves are in our living room.
I made the banner with jute and my cardboard chalkboards.
My Grandma’s sequin ornaments are placed in an apothecary jar.
A nativity under a cloche’ adds so much class, don’t you think?
I stacked our office shelf with my glittered birdhouses and empty frames. Simple and effective.
Even our guest bathroom has a little Christmas for our visitors.
Our bedroom Christmas tree is adorned with blues, golds, silver and crystals.
One of my many “Shiny Brites” ornaments from my grandma’s collection.
In our living room we have a small tree in a floral box. It is filled with snow flakes, icicles and vintage silver “Shiny Brites”.
I really could not miss sharing my sticks with crystals, berries, icicles, and snowflakes.
Lastly, my vintage sleigh holding another tree. This tree is decorated with my pine cone garland. Santa and the other toys were crocheted by my sweet Grandma.
As you can see, I like simple Christmas decor, I like to use what I already have, and I LOVE Christmas decorating.
Thanks for letting me share my Christmas Home with you on the 12 Days of Christmas Home Tour .
It is an honor to have you here.
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Monday DEC 2nd
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