I am so excited to be a part of the “Christmas in the Country” Home Tour and Link Party 2014! I am one of over 40 decorated homes participating in this two week event from November 28th till December 12th. Please visit Creative Country Mom’s to see all the new stops on the tour each day. There is also a Holiday themed link party for the event where everyone can add their posts! Be sure to stop by each of the other homes on the tour. Let’s enjoy a homespun, Country Christmas!
I’m especially excited about sharing my 2014 Christmas Home Tour this year because it’s my first holiday season as a blogger and I am eager to share my home tour with y’all! I know that you want to get to the pictures so I will keep the chatter to a minimum. Let’s get started, shall we?
Welcome to my home!
The DIY Rudolph Marquee Sign was a super fun project made from clear glass ornament bulbs.
You can check out the tutorials for the Grain Sack Stripe Sled and Christmas Wreath.
I decided to go with a red, white and blue theme. I actually really love the color combination. What can I say? I’m an All-American girl through and through.
The “Deck the Halls” Sign is another DIY.
I made the stockings and tree skirt myself. I just sewed them up one afternoon and hot glued a letter to each one.
The chalkboard is my Chalkboard Menu Board. I printed out the numbers, cut them out to create a stencil and filled it in with chalk.
And these Ornament Trees are yet another fun DIY project.
I just love the warm glow from all of the lights. Makes me want to slip on my fuzzy socks and sip some hot chocolate. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by for a look at my home all gussied up for Christmas. I had so much fun decorating and I am so glad to share it with y’all. Merry Christmas, everyone!
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Thanks for inviting us into your lovely home. I love the black and white check stockings and tree skirt.
Thanks for linking up to On Display Thursday!
Thanks! I am so glad you like it! And thanks for a wonderful party!
Absolutely gorgeous! Thank you so much for joining us last week on Creative Spark Link Party hope you stop by again today! Happy Holidays! http://bit.ly/1vbqtH4
This is fabulous! I love it. Pinned and tweeted. Thanks for being a part of our party! I hope you stop by on Monday at 7 pm. We love to party with you. Merry Christmas! Lou Lou Girls
everything looks so wonderful!!! Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. xo
Thank you so much! Have a Merry Christmas!
It all looks beautiful and love that you painted your planked wall blue.
I love your fireplace and it’s even better all dressed up for Christmas!
Thanks so much, Griffin! So glad you stopped by! 🙂
Your decorations are beautiful! I’m glad to find your blog on The Wondering Brain Hop! I’ll be following you on FB, Pinterest, and Instagram!
Thank you so much, Lisa! I truly appreciate it!
How lovely your decorations and home look. The photos of your tree are stunning.
You are so kind, Holly! Thank you for stopping by!
Sarah this is so pretty! Love it all!
Thanks so much for stopping by, Emily! 🙂
Love Love Love the red white and blue.. Merry Christmas. j
Thank you, Judy! Merry Christmas to you, too! 🙂
Sarah, you did a great job decorating for Christmas, esp. with all your DIY ideas. I love the marquee sign on the porch, and the ornament trees & chalkboard on the mantel. Happy Holidays (visiting from Panoply – Day 1 of the tour).
Thank you, Rita! I appreciate your kind words!
It’s Beautiful! You have a gorgeous entry way. I love the brick 🙂
Thanks, Karisa! I am quite smitten with the red brick, myself.
Oh Sarah! It’s all SO beautiful!!! I am in LOVE with all of the fabulous projects you came up with for the holidays! SO inspiring my friend! Happy Holidays!!!
Thank you so much, Kristi! I am ready to sit back and enjoy the holidays!
So, so pretty! I love your Christmas decor!
Thank you so much, Lindsay!
The red, white, and blue theme looks great!! And your new fireplace wall matches perfectly 🙂
Thank you, Emily! It worked out pretty well for the background. 🙂