I’m so excited that the day is finally here for the full reveal of how I decorated for Christmas this holiday season! This post is part of the Christmas edition of the Holiday Craftacular blog hop and link up.
Enjoy this photo-heavy post. 🙂
I wanted the buffet table between our living and dining room areas to have a neutral color theme. Aside from the green wreath, I only used decor in silver, white, and gold.
Details on how I created this look HERE.
Don’t you just love all things that light up for the holidays? I love the evenings when my “joy” marquee letters turn on thanks to the built-in timer.
By the way, I now own 2 white-colored nutcrackers. Bought my first nutcracker last Christmas and now another one this year. I think I may start a tradition of collecting one white-colored nutcracker each Christmas.
Here’s our Pre-lit Christmas tree trimmed with all of my favorite ornaments. Tips on how to decorate a Christmas tree HERE.
Did you spot our Elf on the Shelf?
I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s woken up countless of nights in a panic. I haven’t slipped up yet on moving him but with weeks still left, I have plenty of chances to mess up!
By now, you’d think they would’ve created an elf that flies to a different spot every night!
This year, the elf brought the girls a little train set. Oh joy … more
junk stuff to pick up after.
Loving this new picture frame ornament I purchased this year. It’s perfect for our recent photo-booth “family” picture together. 🙂
Just a few touches to make our living room look more festive.
Here’s a rare photo of the loveseat in our living room. With so many of my recent decor pieces having some sort of deer-head motif, I figured why not a pillow too. 🙂
Our dining room is also decorated in the silver color palette.
Wouldn’t it be nice to leave a little “Thank You” note for your invited guests to read this Christmas?
Here’s a DIY project I did for the holidays. In case you missed my trick, here’s the post.
Our fireplace in the kids’ playroom is all decorated for Santa. 🙂
Bought this cute little “festive flyer” decor piece for only $1.00 at a flea market!
Before I go, I’d like to share my pick from last month’s Holiday Craftacular “fall” themed blog hop.
Isn’t this Thanksgiving mantel from Karen’s Up on The Hill lovely? All the wonderful details can be found HERE.
Be sure to check out the other great posts by my fellow craft bloggers. Take a look below!
Christmas Home Tour from Curly Crafty Mom.
DIY Snow Globes from Momma Lew.
Giant Gold Dipped Tassel from The Logbook.
DIY Holiday Snow Village from Mom Home Guide.
Have a question or feedback on my Christmas home tour? I’d love to hear from you. Thanks for reading. Xo, Tee.