Hello friends, welcome to our 2016 Christmas home tour, I am so happy you are here! I feel so honored to be participating in Jennifer Rizzo’s Holiday Housewalk again this year, each home is magical and unique in its own way, a little something for everyone!
I’ve got 10 fun Christmas projects and crafts you can start on over the holiday week! A big thanks to everyone that linked up to Inspire me Monday! I’ll be sharing some non-Christmas features on Monday, promise!
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Happy Monday! I’m so excited to be partnering with Home Depot and their DIH ( Do it Herself) Workshop to bring you this DIY Christmas tree ornament display! Starting early on some Christmas projects has been fun and I’m especially looking forward to relaxing once Christmas is here!
I’m so excited to share my Scandinavian red and white Christmas tree as part of the Tastemakers 10 blog hop
with Balsam Hill!
We are celebrating
10 years of amazing Christmas. This whole week you will find bloggers sharing a favorite set of Balsam Hill ornaments and how they have decorated their tree with them.
The past few years I have been decorating with lots of green and silver. Last year, I added little pops of red into the Christmas décor and I loved it. So when I saw Balsam Hill’s Nordic Frost Ornament Set, I knew that was the one!
Be sure to read all the way to the end, one lucky reader is in for a big surprise!
I’m sharing a fun DIY advent calendar to get you in the mood for a little holiday cheer! A HUGE thanks to my sweet friend Kristen for bringing us all together to share our holiday graphics and vignettes with you again this holiday season!
Each year I always buy three chocolate advent calendars from Trader Joe’s for the boys. Yes, they usually they eat the chocolate in the morning, shhhhh. In addition to the chocolate, I always make sure the kids know about the true meaning of Advent and why we celebrate. nope it’s not about the chocolate and gifts
So we sit down and think of fun activities we can do as a family. It could be as simple as watching a Christmas movie or reading a book, as long as we are doing it as a family, it’s a go!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Home Depot, all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make this blog possible!
I’m so excited to be partnering with Home Depot for the DO-IT-HERSELF virtual party workshop. A handful of bloggers will create this beautiful holiday ornament display, giving it our own spin, I can’t wait!