Welcome to my Christmas!
This Christmas is a low-key one for decorating, I didn't get out half of the Christmas boxes that I have stashed away in my workshop. It feels much lighter and I actually like it better this way.
I put a few things in my bedroom. My beloved wooden snowmen, some candles, stars and a stocking :)
Charlie Brown visited my living room in the form of a twig tree.
In the other corner of my living room is a pre-lit baby Christmas tree. This is the one my cat has a love affair with.
Very conventional, I know. No mason jars, no ribbons, no extra special touches... unless you count my super cool Merry Christmas toboggan that I found at Winners. I adore folk art. The lower ornaments are generally sitting on the floor or being batted around the floor but I hung them back up again in your honour
I got the cute cup and cup sweater at my grocery store. I love it. I'll probably never drink out of it, but I love it.
Here's my humongous poinsettia that I got for free when I spent an incredibly large amount on my groceries...
I have three gorgeous hand painted enameled ornaments that are too heavy for the tiny trees, so I hung them from my chandelier with curled ribbons.
My front entry is the most decorated space in the house. A baby tree lit up with a battery powered fairy light string.
A Santa hat, stocking and a bear that I've been packing around for more years than I care to admit to.
And my vintage St Nick. I don't know what he's made out of but his original coat broke to pieces when I moved so I sewed him a new coat and trimmed it with gold braid. I think he is so cool!
I had this little tree here first, but I had to change it up when I couldn't figure out what to do with St Nick. He needed a place of honour so I got rid of the tree.
I got this super cute metal Christmas tree from the dollar store.
I wish you all a wonderful Christmas and a very happy new year!