Holiday Home Tour part II
Just the other day I showed you my Holiday Home during the Blog Hop “Home for Christmas”. Today I’m excited to publish my Holiday Home Tour Part 2 !
Our entry way is small, but functional. For Fall, I decorated the walls with little chalkboards, you can find out how I made them here. Now, I changed them for the Christmas season. I like to keep it simple and airy here…
From here we’ll go right into the kitchen. My kitchen is tiny, but I love to have a little breakfast area in it, where my girls can sit down in the mornings and start their day! So I changed the big chalkboard I have above the table to a holiday theme. I wrapped lights around it and they each have a little holiday place mat. The little Christmas tree on the table is actually a candle light, my mother gave me long long time ago… We light it in the morning and it’s just so cozy having breakfast here together.
First, going up the stairs, hangs my popsicle stick star .
Upstairs, you can see my easy toilet paper roll wreaths on the wall. I decorated the hallway and stairs with an evergreen garland I purchased some years ago at the dollar store. I added ornaments, lights and two of the easy garlands I made the other day. Keep and eye out for the post with a tutorial on how I made them, it’ll be coming soon!
A few years back, I sewed this easy felt stockings for my daughters. They are hanging on their door knob now, and on the 6th of December, my girls wake up to filled stockings. It’s a German tradition, that on the night from the 5th to the 6th of December, St. Nikolaus goes door to door leaving mandarins and nuts in peoples boots. That’s why, originally, you leave your boots in front of your door. Except if you have two nibbly, cheeky bunnies in your garden, then, you might wanna hang a stocking on your doorknob. 😉
Friends, this was my second and last part of this year’s holiday home tour! I hope you enjoyed it! Have yourself a merry little Christmas…. XO