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Are you ready to Deck the Halls at the 3rd annual Holiday house walk?!!!!!! Did you know we are now the longest and oldest running virtual holiday house walk on the web? How exciting is that?!
We are so excited to have you here! It’s a full week of amazing homes and beautiful Holiday decorating!!!
Grab your hot cocoa, gingerbread cookies, or even your coffee and Bailey’s (no judgement here! 🙂 ) and put your feet up and get ready to walk!
Today we’ll start with my home and then move onto The Inspired Room,Thistlewood Farm,Jeanne Oliver, our Surprise house and Then The Handmade Home!!!
Are you ready?
Welcome to my home! I am so glad you are here!
Come into my dining area first!
I love using natural items when I decorate! Lots of greenery!
I made the tablecloth from a plain one from Homegoods. It was super-easy with some sequin fabric.
I put my hand painted pillow on a comfy chair. This is normally where I have my morning coffee, so a comfy chair is a good way to start the day.
I added a boxwood wreath to a fun stag head I found.
I found these other deer heads earlier in the year and I love them! I am going to try to use them all year.
I hung some little ornaments from branches in my yard. They are “shatter-proof”. I love how they re-label plastic as shatter-proof. Brilliant marketing.
I had a little fun with some yarn and glue for my fireplace insert.
I’ll show you how to make this next week!
You might recognize this chandy. It’s from the Oak house. IS that bad?I loved it so much, I swapped it out with another one. 🙂
I just used some things on hand for a center piece. I love the greens and the sparkly ornaments.The wood bowl was a Homegoods find.
And I am really into silver jingle bells this year. They add a nice little touch of silver. Hob lobs had tubes of them for about $3.
I used a glass plate to make a place setting and place card all at once!
I love a bit of on-hand upholstery ribbon for easy decor! I love boxwood at the holidays, I was so happy to find them!
Let’s go into the living room!
We decorate our tree with vintage Shiny-brite ornaments that were my aunties and gram’s. and handmade ornaments from the kids.
The kids were excited to help decorate this year for the housewalk too!
The kids loved getting out the snow houses.
I bet ya You didn’t know that hand-made clay ninja turtles lived in snow houses did ya? See you learned something new today.
Here’s the view back from the living room to dining area. I hung a bit of greenery and “shatterproof” ornaments to brighten up the pass-through.
Let’s head into the kitchen!
I love red in the kitchen for the holidays! The nice thing about a white palette is it’s like a blank canvas and makes colors pop.
I found the oranges and pomegranates and thought they were lovely.
The kids and I sat down and watched Elf and made pipe cleaner stars.
“Hi my name is Buddy,what’s your favorite color?”
Is it bad I made them answer the phone like that all day Tuesday?
I love a touch of blue and green with the ornaments.
I dressed up the kitchen sink area a little bit.I kept it a little simpler this year.
The kids and I also made jingle bell garlands with red and white butchers twine.
I gave my vintage Santa mugs a new hair-do. It was a great use of the extra boxwood trimmings.
I have 3 and I am looking to add a few more.
I like how they wink at me kinda like “Hey baby…I got some boxwood for ya….”
Thank you so much for visiting! I loved having you stop by!
Don’t forget your coat!
Happy Holidays! I hope you enjoy the rest of the week!!!
The next amazing homes are waiting for you!
Head on over to Melissa at stop 2 at the Inspired Room!!!
And KariAnne’s at stop 3
Then go walking to Jeanne’s at stop 4
And our special surprise house.. can you guess who it is before you click over?
And Ashley’s amazing house!
Thank you so much for coming along!
Hasn’t this been awesome so far?!!
Make sure you don’t miss day 2!