I am hoping you are joining me from the readers Holiday house walk link party with Jennifer Rizzo Design Company!
Welcome to my home! For my very first blog post I am doing a Christmas home tour. I can’t think of a better way to start a blog! I love Christmas, my mom was always such a fan of Christmas and it brings back so many memories of her when I decorate. Not to mention celebrating the birth of our Savior. It’s such a special time of year, it brings out the good in everyone. I hope you enjoy my home tour!
That’s the entry way, lets head into the Great room
Can’t forget the tree!
I added a piece of greenery and some ornaments to this mercury glass box for a little Christmas cheer in the Master. Even the master bath gets a little bit of Christmas, with glitter twigs in a glass jar. There’s a little Christmas tree in this hutch that serves as our storage in the mater bath
The tree in our front room has a special place in my heart because my mom helped me start collecting these ornaments. When she passed away I was able to receive a lot of her decor, including these Fitz and Floyd ornaments.
Upstairs the boys have a little desk area with a tree and this cute little download from www.craftberrybush.com. They also have some fun décor in their bathroom.
now on to the basement
We have had the ornaments on this tree for yrs, it has sort of a woodland vintage feel. My favorite ornament on the tree (besides my kids baby’s first Christmas ornaments) are little vintage postcards mounted on glass, the light shines through them making them feel magical.
I made these little plaid pillows out of old shirts. I just kept the side seams, and sewed a straight line on the top and bottom, keeping the buttons so I didn’t have to hand stitch them closed. It took me 2o minutes total (including machine set up!) that was my second ever project with my sewing machine!
For the last stop on my post we have my daughters room with just a simple white tree. Because sometimes, less is more 🙂 she also has this Letter that lights up that we picked up at a flea market on a trip to Texas. I put a little sign in front of it that says “Believe” she may be almost 15 but she’s still my little girl!
Thanks for stopping by! Hopefully my blog will be a little more professional next time you’re here, I have a new respect for bloggers! I think I need to go to blogging school! Merry Christmas!
Until next time,