Hey there everyone! Glad you stopped by today. Today, I am joining the Bhome team for a Christmas series of all good tidings and cheer.
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I don’t have a full home tour for you and not even sure if I will this season. Behind the scenes has been a disaster of dust, dirt and renovations going on and I have been doing everything just to keep up with that.
I am spreading good cheer from our home to yours!
I have seen some absolutely amazing tours out there the past week or so. I am simply blown away. I don’t think I go nearly as all out as some of these women do. I don’t know where they get the energy quite frankly. The kicker is, I thought I had a bundle of it myself this year HA!~ Not even close.
The Welcome basket I found over the summer in a little country store out in Blowing Rock, NC. I had to have it for $10.00 it was a steal. I knew per season I could simply add my seasonal greenery. For this season I used sticks, pine cones and some Christmas ornament sprigs I found at Lowes home improvement. The sticks and pine cones of course from my own back yard.
The little entry table is filled with Christmas greens in an old vintage peanut can, Christmas garland swag and mini nutcracker men I painted white a few years ago.
Instead of candles on the candle stick I put large pinecones on top.
The Christmas pallet you see I won years ago from a giveaway I entered. Jacque and Matt from The DIY Village made them . So cute!
The old black shutter I plan on using for my Christmas card display this year. I will probably add twine and mini cloths pins.
LOVE skeleton keys I found at Hobby lobby. They were cheapo, I want to say $5.00. I do LOVE them!!~
This is a new wall unit you see. What a bear, what a bear I tell you. We needed something large not only to occupy the wall, but to occupy my husbands stereo, turn table, receiver and everything else he has known to man related to music. It is his hobby and I enjoy it as well, so I can’t begrudge him the man cabinet. It’s HUGE though but it works.
I will just have fun now decorating the shelves. These are Christmas boxes I found at home goods. I will put my ornaments in them when the tree comes down this year.
I did the cabinets last night in the wee hours while my husband was wiring all his equipment in the cabinet.
Such an easy touch. Burlap ribbon and I made a matching burlap bow. Those corbels you see I just added those as well. I will give you the low down in the New year on those.
That’s all for today! Lucy and I are sleepy.
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