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Monday, December 15, 2014

Christmas Home Tour

As Christmas Day is getting closer, I am now comfortable with how our home looks like as it is decorated for the season.

Today, I will let you in to my humble home.
But wait, my three-year old daughter wants to welcome you guys too.
By our storm door is this Blue & White Christmas Wreath that I diy'ed not too long ago.  If you missed my tutorial how to make it, you can see it here.
As you get inside my foyer, you will see my Gold Dipped Striped Table that was featured on ApartmentTherapy, still feels surreal just to even mention it on this post.  I wrapped the table with a brown cloth to hide design and keep it clean for the nativity.
I bought my nativity set at Hobby Lobby last year, it was originally $199.99 but was 90% off so I only got it for $19.99.  It is very beautiful.
On our main door knob is this santa's hat door hanger with 4 bells attached to it.
Then here's our blue & metallics Christmas tree that I kind of match with our Christmas Wreath.
I love how my diy star christmas tree topper looks up there.  You should check out how fast and easy I made that here.

Most of my ornaments I bought from Hobby Lobby's 90% off end of season sale last year. It was really a good deal!
Some of our ornaments here are those that our kids made from their school and I want to keep it like that because it brings back the memories of those years.
By the stairs looking down, our Christmas tree does look like it has a different topper.  That's the 3D Christmas Star that I made 2 years ago.  Yep! Still loving it!
Since we don't have a fireplace to decorate a mantle with, we just use this glass table console to act as our mantle.

This is where we hang our stockings and place the four DIY White Marker Christmas Cones and our Advent Calendar for this year.
You should see how I made both of those because it is super fun and super easy! You may not want to make it this year but maybe next year.
Bought four little drummer boys at the dollar store and in the middle of it is a clear vase where I filled with gold star ornaments & gold pine cones.
Then finally under the table is this oversized bowl filled with christmas ornaments that I already owned from previous years.
Let me end this post by saying...

I am very blessed to have a privilege to share my hardwork and my inner artistry in me.  Though our home may not comparable to what you see in house beautiful or from other blogs but what's more important for me is that every day I am inspired by them and I want to inspire somebody else as well.  What makes our home ours is what we do with it.

Merry Christmas to you all!

Until then...
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2 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful home you have, Rea! Your children are so adorable. Thanks for the tour.

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    1. thank you brandi♥ i'm so happy to see you drop by here!

      huggies♥
      rea

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