It’s become a fun tradition to take a look back at Christmas each July. Here are some of my favorite photos of years past.
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My house was made for Christmas. Well… it was made for Autumn and Summer too, but at Christmas, our cabin really shows off!
I decorate in lots of bright bold colors. Reds and greens are always in my palette, but I pull more of them together for the Holidays.
If you are coming over from my friend Kim’s blog Shiplap & Shells, you just visited one of my favorite places!! I love Kim’s home and gardens so much! She has so much talent for styling her spaces inside and out! I’m always so inspired and I know you were too!
We live in a full log cabin on the shores of a gin clear lake in The Northwoods of Wisconsin. In the winter that lake freezes so thick we can ice skate, snowmobile and even drive a truck on it.
Our fire roars all day and night from Fall through Spring so it’s extra cozy in our Great Room. It’s the perfect spot to wrap gifts and enjoy coffee.
Styling Christmas vignettes around the house is something I love to do mixing vintage and new pieces. This little DIY was so quick and easy. A few wood trees, greens, pinecones and plaid ornaments came together in this old Season’s Greetings crate. See more HERE.
A lot of the Holiday fun happens in the kitchen decorating gingerbread cookies, or as we say, “gimmerman” cookies. My oldest called them that when she was a little girl and it stuck. Do you have words your family still uses from when your kids and grandkids were little?
You can see our Santa cookie jar on the counter. On the fridge I collage old family Christmas photos.
There are so many things I love about this table. I love the plaid blankets on the backs of the chairs. The mix of small Christmas trees in different patterns down the center may be my favorite part. And I love using antique tree stands to hold wine bottles. See more of the table HERE.
Last year, I made this buffalo plaid stair bunting by cutting apart top sheets I wasn’t using in our bunk house. See the full post HERE.
I used pieces of those same sheets as valances above my kitchen windows. I just simply tacked them up with a push pin!
The space in front of my sink is really fun to decorate. I loved it with two of my vintage Holiday Thermos and my striped tin on a scale.
My desk is holiday ready. I added one of my red lanterns ( I have a big collection) and a few favorite pillows. The vintage green typewriter is a favorite find!
I love to set up coffee and hot chocolate bars where family and friends can serve themselves. I collect the Spode Christmas Tree pattern. Using what you collect is one of my beliefs. Bring it out and enjoy it!
Living lakeside, I like to add touches like minnow buckets and paddles to my decor. The poinsettias fit perfectly in a trio of buckets.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Next, you are off to my home state of Texas and my friend Andrea’s! Andrea blogs at Design Morsels and you will love looking at her Christmas inspiration! When I visit her posts I am always excited and encouraged!
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