Merry Christmas! It is has been such an exciting and festive week here on the blog! Yesterday I offered “A Warm Holiday Welcome” to my readers with a mini-tour of my music room and a first look at the vintage and French Country Christmas touches I have been adding to our home for the season. Today I am joining my dear friend Marty of A Stroll Thru Life for the Christmas Home Tours 2018 featuring 30 bloggers sharing their gorgeous Christmas decor. If you are coming over from or if you are just visiting today I am thrilled to have you!
This year I was craving more simple holiday decor that I could decorate and put away without much mental or physical stress. I decided to do less is more, but also to focus on using decor or creating vignettes that are really elegant and beautiful. I also wanted to create a vintage French or old world European Christmas feeling and ambiance. As I started decorating I focused on things that are “simply Christmas” to me.
Create a simple and elegant, old world inspired Christmas candle ring centerpiece using greenery, fresh and dried fruits, nuts and cinnamon sticks.
Christmas is just days away, but there’s still time to do a little holiday decorating to enjoy throughout Christmas and New Year’s Day. Today some blogging friends and I are getting together to share some last minute ideas and inspiration for the holidays. Read more
Tour a (Very) Merry and Bright 1920’s Christmas Kitchen Inspired by Greenery, Seasonal Fruits, and Vintage-Traditional Christmas Treasures
Merry Christmas everyone and welcome!!!! I’m super excited to be joining 35 talented bloggers this week for the annual “Bloggers’ Best Home Tours” hosted by my sweet friend Kelly of The Tattered Pew. You will find links to each amazing tour at the end of my post. If you are coming over from My Family Thyme or if you are just visiting today, I am so happy to have you “home for the holidays!” *This post contains affiliate links!”
Add classic elegance to your Christmas tree or holiday vignettes with an easy, inexpensive and Elegant DIY Christmas ornament using Mod Podge, paper napkins and craft ribbon.
I am excited to once again be joining a talented group of blogging friends for a monthly Pinterest Challenge hosted by my sweet friend, Cindy of County Road 407. If you are coming over from The House on Silverado, or if you just happened to stop by today, I am so glad you are here! Read more