Shabby Story shared her "White Christmas" home. Did you see it? If not run over there and check it out...it is gorgeous!
Today, I will be sharing the second part of my holiday home tour. I have all new photos to share with you. I am pretty much the queen of "too many photos" so I hope you are ready...If you missed my first, which was part of Jennifer Rizzo's 2014 Holiday Housewalk, you can check it out here or at the bottom of this post. There are tons of photos in that post too! I "chatted" a lot in that post, but I will try to keep it to a minimum today.
In my opinion, you can never go wrong with old wood, tree stumps and bits of nature. I added a festive chalkboard message and a lighted tree.
I made all of the pillows in the living room, except for the deer one, which is by Lucy of Craftberry Bush. You can find it in her shop (along with a ton of other cute ones). I also made the pouf ottoman which you can learn how to do here.
twig arrows and my feather snowflakes. (Check out those posts to see how to make them yourself!)
I always like to put unconventional "ornaments" on my tree. This year I went with salvaged doorknob and keyhole plates.this one from Pottery Barn, but it's sold out, so I had to whip up my own instead.
You can see more of my mantel in my first holiday home tour post and get my free printable Christmas village here.
We have another tree in the dining room that I decorated mainly for my kids, filled with a mix match of ornaments that they love and colored and white lights. I put it in a rustic bucket (another find from my mom!).
online shop owner, found this rustic old truck for me. I wanted one so badly for our Christmas home this year!
Finding Silver Pennies) "Cold Hands Warm Heart" free printable. It was the perfect touch with some red seam binding ribbon.
this post. Our latest addition to the room.
Well there you have it! Hope I didn't tire you out :) Tomorrow Cecilia from My Thrift Store Addiction will be sharing her "Thrifted Christmas" with all of us. I personally cannot wait...I am addicted to thrift stores myself and love how creative Cecilia is with her finds! You don't want to miss it. And Jann herself always decorates so charmingly. She is up on Wednesday!
And be sure to continue throughout the week hopping to the other fabulous bloggers opening their homes to us. Each one will have a link party to coordinate with their theme!
Now it is your turn! Show us your Rustic Christmas inspiration...just link up below! The link up party will remain open until December 14th. And maybe in a few weeks I will share a round-up of my favorites!
If you have yet to take Part One of my Holiday Home Tour you can do so now. Just click below:
There is still time to enter!
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