Tuesday, December 15, 2015

2015 Christmas Home Tour

Well, it's about time, right? :) Things have been super busy, so it's taken me a long time to piece together this post, but here it is!

Enjoy!

Foyer table with diy "JOY" frames.



I always tie these wreaths (they're actually candle rings) to the backs of the dining room chairs.



Love using my red dough bowl this time of year!




Every year, my boys insist I set up these lighted houses. :) 



Our nativity set below a trio of prints we bought on a trip to San Francisco.




 home tour









Love this little button tree!




Our main tree is filled with tons of ornaments our children made through the years. I love all those special memories of them bringing home ornaments they made at school. :) 


I still have lots of wrapping and baking to do. I'm kind of waiting for the boys to get out of school for the holidays to tackle those tasks. I make a lot of my cookies a few days before Christmas and freeze them, then just thaw them out for the big day. 

My favorite part was getting to decorate our diy rolling cart. :)  

















The top of the armoire pretty much looks the same as last year. 



Mr. Sparkly reindeer always resides on the front of the armoire. 





This is another favorite spot to decorate. 













At the last minute, I added some festive checked ribbon to my canisters and hung a fabric ornament over my cutting board.





It's funny because when they were little, the boys used to fight over who got to erase/update the "days 'till Christmas" chalkboard. Now I'll look over at it and notice it hasn't been changed since I got it out. :) 

You may notice I only did one tree this year. It's pretty much all I had time for, but if you want to see the other three trees I usually decorate, you can click on last year's Christmas tour HERE

I have a feeling I'll be glad I only did one tree when it's time to put everything away. It's a full day's work taking down four trees! 

Hope you all have a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year!

~Lisa 

14 comments:

  1. Lisa, I love your tree !! The whole room is decorated so nicely. I want one of those picture of a tree being carried on top of a red car. :) Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  2. So pretty. Thanks for sharing your beautiful home once again.

    Merry Christmas...
    Sherri

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    1. Thank you, Sherri! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas!

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  3. It all looks very pretty. You have some cute decorations. You will definitely enjoy only having to take one tree down this year. I have always only had one main Christmas tree because I just don't have room for more.

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  4. Everything looks great, Lisa! Your rolling shelves look amazing but then..everything does. You're such a perfectionist. Hope you have time to enjoy the holidays. :)

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  5. Everything is so beautiful, Lisa!! I especially love your red dough bowl! I've never seen one with color before, very nice!!
    You had me laughing out loud with your chalkboard with the days till Christmas that hasn't been changed lol. I didn't even get an advent calendar for Lily. She kept asking how many days were left till Christmas so I just started crossing off the days on our fridge calendar and told her to do the math each day lol. I'm such a good mom haha!
    Well I hope you and your family are enjoying this time of year! I'll be mailing you our Christmas card soon :)

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  6. Good Morning Lisa,
    The tree looks gorgeous and the tour is fantastic. Your home is festive and pretty for the holidays.
    Love how you decorated the rolling cart. Beautiful. Enjoy these days as we head on down to the big day. This time of year moves so quickly.
    Kris

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  7. Lisa, your house looks beautiful. Pray you and your family have a blessed and wonderful Christmas.
    Judy

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  8. Lisa, you do Christmas right! Your details are just perfect and everything looks super festive! Merry Christmas my new friend. So glad we met!! xo

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  9. Lisa, your home is pretty! I'm loving all the fun Christmas details. I love that wreath above your foyer table. The tree with your children's ornaments, sweet! My kids insist on me putting up our snow village too. I agree that 1 tree is enough work. You're smart to get your baking done early. Have a wonderful Christmas! Hugs!

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  10. Lisa, your home is pretty! I'm loving all the fun Christmas details. I love that wreath above your foyer table. The tree with your children's ornaments, sweet! My kids insist on me putting up our snow village too. I agree that 1 tree is enough work. You're smart to get your baking done early. Have a wonderful Christmas! Hugs!

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  11. Everything looks wonderful! You do a great job decorating! I hope you and your family have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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  12. I think your home looks lovely, Lisa! I love that your tree is decorated with family treasures your boys created over the years.....nothing can replace those memories. How does Miss Holly do with the tree. Since I only did table-top trees, Abby hasn't had much to do with anything except my ornament-filled dough bowl.....but there is still time!

    Have fun with your baking. I'm truly missing that this year, but there is always next year!

    Warm hugs,
    Carol

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  13. Everything looks wonderful! That is really neat tat your boys want the Christmas village set up. I love the way your new cart looks al decorated for Christmas and I love the little touches like the ribbon on your canisters in the kitchen. Merr Christmas Lisa!

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