I’ve made a few easy transitions from Christmas décor to winter décor that I wanted to pass along. I know the holiday decorations need to come down but I don’t want to give up the excitement of snuggling up under a warm blanket to read a magazine, having a cup of hot cocoa by the fire or relaxing with popcorn and a movie. Here are a few easy ways I changed things up without losing all of the elements I love about winter.
As soon as November hits, I’m ready for cold weather. I’m ready to sit by the fire with a cup of hot chocolate after creating the perfect holiday concoction from my hot drink bar.
My Granny used to make me one each year. They’re really bright and colorful. I wanted to find a way to these ornaments in a fresh way and decided to use them in a tablescape specifically created for the littles.
Welcome to my Christmas porch! With the inside of the house completely decorated and festively dressed, I wanted to make sure the front porch was equally as ready to receive holiday guests this season.
I’ve said this before and I really mean it, it feels like Christmas came early for me.
I’m sharing my 2013 Holiday Home Tour with you today. Last year, my holiday home definitely reflected my life – that of a run down vendor.
This Winter Wonderland Tablescape is inspired by my Mom because she makes every holiday amazing. I’m pretty sure I learned how to set the table before I could spell the word Christmas.