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Christmas House Walk 2017

Welcome to our home! It has been a couple of years since I posted a Christmas home tour.
I mean who can compete with those amazing Christmas homes around the web?  Well, this
is a real lived in home with old-fashioned decor at it's best. I usually decorate with handmade
pieces, old pieces and perhaps with a couple of new ones when possible.
We begin our little tour at our front door where you are met with our grapevine snowman
and our semi-handmade wreath.  Come in!
As you enter, you may encounter the scent of Northern Lights Black Spruce Essential Oil or
Christmas Spirit from Young Living diffusing in the next room. It is so fragrant and brings forth
coziness of Christmas.
As you continue to walk in, you will encounter our kitchen, you will see my little hot cocoa
section, set up on the counter.
Our living room is decked out with the Nativity scene on the mantel and our Tree Classics
Christmas tree.  In the evening when the Christmas lights are all on, it just has a magical
ambiance and I love it. There are also hidden lights on the Nativity Scene.
Every year I place our Advent Wreath on our kitchen table and this year I am using the same
wreath that I made last year but with new candles.  I also added a Christmas sign above the chalkboard.

We end the tour in our dining room with a simple festive plaid tablecloth and red candles.
I really wanted to add red here. I hope that you enjoyed our very simple and short Christmas tour.
I would have posted more, but with all the rain here and darkness, it makes it hard to capture everything.
I hope that you have a wonderful Christmas and festive Holidays ahead.

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