Merry Christmas dear friends! It’s the most wonderful (and busiest) time of the year! I have spent the past few days decking the halls, but I still have a lot of details to finish up before sharing any of this year’s decor. Today I thought I would share a round up of my top “12 Posts of Christmas” (the best of the holidays at Follow The Yellow Brick Home) that you can check out while you are waiting to see our home all decked out for the holidays this year. Enjoy the holiday inspiration!
Updated: A Merry Christmas Day Home Tour 2019
I decided to update this post for this year by including my Merry Christmas Day Home Tour since I didn’t actually get it posted until Christmas Day last year and many readers may have missed it. It was my favorite Christmas decorating ever, so expect to see some similar looks this year!
A Warm Holiday Welcome
In a Warm Holiday Welcome I shared the very first looks at our home decorated for Christmas 2018. My favorite area is always our “Christmas Room” (as the music room is always called during the holidays). My festive dress form was my favorite creation that year.
Easy Christmas Porch Decor Ideas
In 2018 I was part of fun Christmas Festival Blog Hop featuring Christmas porches. I shared a few pictures of my own porch and some other beautiful porches from Pinterest for inspiration.
Creating Christmas in the Dining Room
Last year I had so much fun Creating Christmas in the Dining Room with traditional, vintage, and a bit of French farmhouse Christmas treasures too. It truly had that magical, old time Christmas feeling that put everyone in a festive mood, so I will be styling the dining room similarly this year.
“It’s Simply Christmas” Home Tour
I love all styles of vintage Christmas including retro and kitchsy, but I really adore old world and traditional Christmas decor which evokes that old, elegant European feel.
Last year I used my favorite green velvet throughout the house for the holidays. You’ll be seeing more green on this year’s tour too.
A Merry and Bright Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen
The kitchen is where you will find most of my vintage Christmas kitsch and fun farmhouse Christmas decor.
Update: I have a NEW KITCHEN this year all decked for the holidays. You will see it soon in several upcoming posts!
Whether I am having Christmas fun with Rae Dunn or decorating with a little sweet Christmas treats theme, the kitchen is always one of my favorite areas to decorate for the holidays.
In 2018 the tobacco basket swag I made for the breakfast nook corner of our kitchen was featured in Country Sampler Farmhouse Style magazine!
(I can’t wait for you to see a new look for the Christmas nook this year!)
Delicious Gluten Free & Vegan Gingerbread Cookies
Speaking of sweet Christmas treats, I can’t wait to make my delicious gluten free and vegan gingerbread cookies. If you like gingerbread you simply must try this recipe. You will never know they are “allergy-friendly.” Yum!
Let’s Hear it for Mrs. Claus (The Unsung Christmas Heroine)
I love Mrs. Claus! I only have a small collection of vintage Mrs. Claus items which inspired me to write a post all about Mrs. Claus and how she deserves a little Christmas credit. This was one of my favorite and creative posts to write!
Creating a Cozy Christmas with Vintage Christmas Vignettes
Creating vintage Christmas vignettes is one of my very favorite holiday traditions. I love playing around with all my vintage Christmas treasures and finding new ways to combine them with my other antiques and collectibles. This post is definitely for the vintage Christmas lovers!
Have Yourself A Merry Musical Christmas
Last year I hosted the Merry Musical Blog Hop and it was truly a blast! As a music teacher I am always curious to see how everyone incorporates music in their homes. At the end of the post you will find links to 25 other bloggers’ fun posts highlighting their Christmas music decor and Christmas music traditions. So interesting!
A Traditional and Festive Christmas Tablescape
In 2018 I created a festive and traditional tablescape using traditional Christmas colors, touches of gold for elegance and Christmas fruits and evergreens for the old world look I love. I loved the tablescape so much that I am planning to do something similar this year with just a few changes.
Charming DIY Victorian Style Christmas Ornaments
These pretty and shabbilicious ornaments are super easy to make. They would make great gifts too.
Easy as Magic DIY Christmas Gnomes
My Easy as Magic DIY Christmas Gnomes have been wildly popular year round! Check out the post to see how truly easy they are to make. I plan to make some more this weekend with a little bit of a different look, so be looking for that post soon!
I hope you have enjoyed this round up of my favorite holiday posts and that you found a few you would like to check out if you haven’t seen them before. By the way, I will be sharing my Christmas entry on Wednesday, Dec. 2nd for the Blogger’s Best Home Tour! Judging from the promo collage, it’s going to be a fabulous tour! Can you spot my photo in the collage below? Here’s a musical clue: The sun shines bright on my old ___________ home…”
I will also be sharing and our tree and music room decked for the holidays on Saturday, Dec. 5th as part of a fun Christmas tree blog hop, and my full Christmas home tour is coming up on Dec. 11th, so please plan to stop by often during the most wonderful time of the year.
Thanks for visiting today! Have a very Merry Christmas!