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2014 Holiday Home Tour

Today I’m excited to share with you my “2014 holiday home tour.” I always love decorating my home for the holidays and it makes it even more fun when I get to take pictures and share them with you.

Believe it or not… I’ve actually had my decor up for a few weeks now (I like to enjoy it for as long as I can), but I just haven’t gotten around to taking the pictures until now. So get cozy with a cup of hot cocoa and come into my home for the holidays.

Christmas door

My red door is perfect for Christmas, don’t you think? Halloween … not so much. 😉

Decorated Christmas tree

I went with the traditional colors on the tree this year. You just can’t go wrong with the classics. I also moved that cute vintage sleigh I found inside for this pic… but it remains by the front door now. My kids were having too much fun with it. And here is the no-sew ruffled tree skirt tutorial that I did a few years ago.

Christmas mantel
Christmas garland on the stairs
nativity scene

Here’s my star pallet art and nativity. Still one of may favorite pieces of decor!

Christmas tree in a jar

I still love this waterless snow globe I made a few years ago as well.

Cute way to hang Christmas cards

I found this awesome barn door at a sale near by and thought it would be perfect to hang up all the cute Christmas cards that come in the mail. I love seeing all my friends up there!

Joy to the world pillow
Christmas kitchen shelves
Hot cocoa station

This year I thought it would be fun to set up a mini hot cocoa station. With the temps below freezing, we make lots of hot cocoa in our home.

Christmas countdown blocks

These countdown blocks I made a few years ago are still one of my kids favorite. They love turning them each day. Can’t believe Christmas is now less than 2 weeks away!

Thanks for joining me on the tour. Wishing you all a happy holidays!!

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  1. wow, this is beautiful! May I ask where you bought your garland and red bows? They are not huge and fluffy, more minimalist and simple, and I have been having a hard time finding something like what you have!