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Can you believe Christmas is less than 2 weeks away!? I still have a few homemade gifts to put together but for the most part I’m ready! We are going to visit Santa and making cookies this weekend and Tuesday is Parker’s last day of preschool before winter break.
I’m so excited to share our Christmas Home Tour with you today! I’ve had so much fun decorating for Christmas. I’d say the theme I went with this year is evergreen. I added trees of all types – sparkling, flocked and bottle brush just to name a few. Most of our decor I’ll leave up through January unless I get the itch to redecorate (which I probably will!).
I’m going to start in the dining room because my shelves are the first thing I decorated (back in mid-November!). The galvanized houses are from the Target Dollar Spot, the bottle brush trees are also from Target, the mistletoe bucket is from Michaels and the greenery Hobby Lobby. There is a small strand of twinkle lights on the bottom shelf and the rest of the decor remained unchanged. I’m still loving these shelves so much! They are so much fun to decorate for every holiday/season.
On our dining room table I kept the vintage tray simple. A Target galvanized lantern, cream candles and a burlap tree. I have several of these Target burlap trees throughout the house. They were such a steal at only $5!
Since we have a free standing gas fireplace we don’t have a mantle. I have to make due with hanging our stockings on the accordion shelf in our entryway. I scored our Hearth & Hand stockings last year and added these beautiful wood stocking tags from Timber Falls Design. You guys, they are only $3 a piece! Run over there and pick up a set for yourself. They are so cute and look great with our farmhouse decor.
On the console table separating our dining and living room I added another $5 Target tree, this one is flocked, in a pretty olive bucket with copper handles (found at TJ Maxx). The rest of the decor hasn’t changed.
I really love our tree this year! We wandered around the tree farm for a good hour trying to pick one. This one has three tops and branches in the middle that stick out farther than some on the bottom but I still love it. I DIY’ed the Rae Dunn lookalike ornaments and the rest are a mix of collected ornaments and a couple that Parker made in preschool this year!
More trees on our TV stand! What can I say? They are just so pretty! The wood candle holders are from Hobby Lobby last year and this is the tall version of the Target Galvanized Lantern (only $10!). I picked up the 4′ flocked tree at Walmart.
Just a few random things throughout the house. I even added a little tree to my oil shelf!
I didn’t do much on our porch except add some greenery below the Happy Place sign (on sale for even cheaper than I paid!). The Noel sign is from Michaels and the tin can tree is from Hobby Lobby.
There you have it! Our Christmas Home Tour. What was your favorite part? Sorry for the photo overload 😉 Merry Christmas!