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Step In For Some Christmas Cheer

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As I sit here cozy in my bed, under my warm down comforter, I listen to rain on the roof and the crackle of thunder outside.  Instead I imagine big snowflakes falling, a cup of hot cocoa in hand, and a crackling wood fire in the fireplace.  No matter where I am, or what is happening outside, the most important reason for the season is to celebrate.  Celebrate the birth of Jesus on Christmas Day.  I think about the anticipation everyone must have felt Christmas Eve – the night before he was born.  What a precious gift we all have been given, so let’s celebrate, today… tonight… tomorrow… every day!

With that said, I want to invite you in my home for a little Christmas Cheer!  There aren’t too many pictures for you, but some that I hope you will enjoy.

Grab a cup of hot chocolate…

Christmas Hot Chocolate

 

and come on in…

Front Door Christmas Decorations

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Front Entrance Christmas

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I tried to keep it simple this year…

Christmas Staircase

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Christmas Window Decor

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and inexpensive…

Christmas Window Ornament

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using what I have…

Christmas Window Decoration

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in new and different ways.

Christmas Kitchen Table

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Christmas Kitchen Decor

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 I had to create a hot chocolate bar for the kids.

Hot Chocolate Bar

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Notice the marshmallows…

Hot Chocolate Bar

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They seem to disappear…  hmmm… 

Hot Cocoa Bar

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I wonder WHO is taking them?

Cocoa Bar4wm

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Do the marshmallows disappear in your house too?

Christmas Bird's Nest

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I enjoy bringing the outdoors in, using found objects like this bird’s nest.

Living Room Christmas Decor

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My $1.99 wreaths purchased at Michaels gave me the opportunity to

place them throughout the house.

The same wreaths I used on my Adirondack Chairs.

Christmas Living Room

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Here you can see the Magnolia Wreath I made hanging outside.

Christmas Stockings

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I made stockings this year out of drop cloths, and white dishcloths.

Dishcloths?  Yes!  It gave the right texture I was looking for.

Christmas Mantel

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My favorite purchase this year was at Home Goods.

Driftwood for $9.99.

Steal, right?

I used it for garland on the mantel.

Christmas Mantel

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Christmas Mantel

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Christmas Mantel

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Thank you for visiting.

I hope you have a beautiful Christmas Eve!

Enjoy!

Angie

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12 Comments

  • Erin @ DIY On the Cheap

    Looks beautiful, Angie! And I love the idea of a hot chocolate bar. Merry Christmas!

    December 24, 2012 at 9:24 pm Reply
    • Angie

      Thanks, Erin! Merry Christmas to you! I hope you have a wonderful time with your darling family.

      December 24, 2012 at 9:32 pm Reply
  • Betsy(@coastal-colors)

    Merry Christmas, Angie! Your home looks lovely! I still adore your chest! I’m so happy you decided to keep it!

    December 25, 2012 at 10:58 am Reply
    • Angie

      Thanks Betsy! I am so glad I kept the Atlanta Chest too. I think I would’ve been bummed if I had sold it. Enjoy this Christmas day!

      December 25, 2012 at 1:30 pm Reply
  • Miss Charming

    Angie, Everything is so beautiful in your home! (I’m loving the driftwood garland.)
    Have a lovely Christmas!

    December 25, 2012 at 12:40 pm Reply
    • Angie

      Thank you! I know, I was shocked when I found the driftwood on a string. You and your family have a lovely Christmas as well!

      December 25, 2012 at 1:32 pm Reply
  • Christina @ The Frugal Homemaker

    your house is beautiful, Angie! Love the driftwood garland!! that would be fun for fall too. everything looks gorgeous!

    January 14, 2013 at 11:10 pm Reply
    • Angie

      Thank you very much Christina! I love driftwood anything, so the fact that I found it in a garland made me super excited. I didn’t pack it away, I will use it around the house in different areas until next Christmas.

      January 16, 2013 at 11:44 am Reply
  • Eunsil

    Hello Angie,
    It’s always so nice to look around someone’s place especially like yours 🙂
    And I also love your photos with such a good composition..
    I’m learning watercolor painting, and I wanted to ask you if I could work on some of your photos.
    At present I feel like drawing one of the above photos – that one with the two apples by the window.
    If OK that will be my winter painting project this year 🙂

    December 7, 2015 at 1:16 am Reply
    • Angie

      Hi Eunsil, Thank you for the kind comments. You are more than welcome to use my photos for your watercolor projects. I would love to see a picture, if you don’t mind, when you are finished – that would be so neat to see them in watercolors.

      December 7, 2015 at 12:28 pm Reply
      • Eunsil

        Thank you very much Angie, I’m so grateful!
        I will start working on it and tell you when finished..
        I can draw only on Saturdays it will take a few weeks I guess.. 🙂

        December 7, 2015 at 5:16 pm Reply
        • Angie

          How exciting! Have fun and looking forward to seeing your finished piece.

          December 7, 2015 at 8:20 pm Reply

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