The big Christmas Tree in the living room. Almost every window has a garland over it. The one in the living room has little snowmen perched in it.
Another view of the tree.
This is one of my favorite spots in the house. It's an odd little corner in the kitchen, with tons of light, that we've turned into a little coffee/tea corner.
Here's the garland above the glass block window. I have a paper garland beneath that
says, "Peace," "Merry Christmas" and "Joy." I found the printable here.
An alpine tree, decorated in a copper, cowboy theme.
Found the metal "Believe" sign on clearance somewhere.
Moms' tea cup collection surrounded by jingle bells and Father Christmas,
stitched 20 years ago by my dear friend, Michele.
On the buffet.
I stitched the creche in NM.
This picture does not do the cute-factor justice here. This is the periwinkle blue off-the kitchen bathroom. The window is from one of the decrepit sheds, embellished with burlap, copper bells, berries and greenery.
Christmas books, with a "Calvin" tucked in, sitting on our antique school desk turned end table.
Another free printable, which you can find here.
I printed it out and popped it into a perfect frame.
On the bookshelves. A chalkboard I painted years ago.
A Christmas quilt we were gifted the year after our house fire.
It is warm and snugly.
Here's the view from the stairs. Garlands and more trees.
I hope you enjoyed our Holiday Tour!
Wishing each of you a blessed Holiday Season!
Stop by Tuesday, I'll be hosting the Carnival of Homeschooling!