Merry Christmas, and a very happy New Year
As Christmas approaches and 2017 closes, I want to take this time to thank you for coming along on this DIY adventure with me. I am truly grateful for your support, and for this blog to act as a creative outlet for me.
I hope you join me in 2018 for more adventures in DIY. In the meantime, please enjoy some small snapshots of my Christmas house.
I love how my dried clementine Christmas wreath stands out in our kitchen. The smell is also very inviting!
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I am really impressed with the quality and style of the stockings from the Target line: Hearth & Hand with Magnolia. You cand find the stockings online, HERE. I love how they match our classic farmhouse style, but with a fun twist.
I purchased my garland and flocked Christmas tree from Hobby Lobby during their half off Christmas sale. I added shatterproof ornament balls and plaid ribbon to the garland to add dimension.
Christmas evenings are perfect for nights watching Christmas classics snuggled with your family, or your favorite family pets :).
Because of toddlers, these days our Christmas tree consists of shatterproof ornaments and Hallmark music ornaments. But I am not complaining, because Christmas is so magical through the eyes of a child.
I wanted to do something special for my children's whimsical shared bedroom. However, the traditional tree wouldn't work, because they are too young and the traditional colors wouldn't fit their colorful room. So I created this DIY children's Christmas tree from a hanger, and some tinsel and ornaments. For the step-by-step tutorial for this kid-friendly Christmas tree, click here.
Then I added some faux snow and bottle brush trees from Hobby Lobby. I love the look so much that I may keep it around all year long.
Thanks for touring my Christmas home. I hope that you, your family and friends have a blessed Christmas and a very happy New Year!