More Christmas...

Hello everyone! I hope you are all enjoying the weekend. I have a little more Christmas decorating to show you but first I wanted  to take this opportunity to  thank you all!

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I managed to finish my Christmas decorating today and ended up in the dining room. I have a mantel in here and didn't digress too much from my theme in the family room. I continued using greens, pinecones and some sparkle which came from lights and candles.

At one end of the dining room I have the mantel and my montauk. The montauk is a beast of a chair or as some may know it... a chair and a half! It is all down filled and is so comfy!

I added some pointsettias in white!

I continued using birch as well and I made one of my little logs into a candle holder in the same way I did with my driftwood candle holder. The tutorial for that is here.

I added this lovely planter with greens, birch logs, pinecones and battery operated lights.

I have my harvest table in the middle of the room. I just draped it in a red toile PB table runner and placed some candles on it with a bit of greenery.

At the other end of the room, I have two armoires that I use for storage as my kitchen is really small and lacks a lot of space. You can see where I finally put my coffee filter wreath! I love draping greenery everywhere.

These are my paper whites in all their glory!

My tree is in the family room. It's all in whites, creams and some pale gold. I don't know if you can see but I used a burlap bow as a tree topper. I usually don't put one on.

I went for a walk yesterday in the park and manged to find all kinds of birch bark on the ground. It was everywhere! (No trees were harmed in the making of this candle craft)lol.


I simply wrapped the birch bark around the candles and attached with push pins.

Here is the tree all lit up.

I wanted to show you the tree unlit as it looks so pretty with the green and white. I love it both ways!

These little buckets flanked my fireplace in the family room which I photographed in my mantel post.

I draped both windows in a cedar mixed garland.

I hope you all enjoyed some more Christmas decorating!
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