Christmas decorating is finally complete and now I’m giving you a Holiday Home Tour for 2019! Hey there, Sweet Friends, today I’m walking you through my home starting at the front door. Enjoy!
O come, all ye faithful, Joyful and triumphant, O come ye, o come ye to Bethlehem. Come and behold Him, Born the King of Angels!
Christmas Home Tour!
I love coming home at night because when I walk up to my front door I’m greeted with Christmas cheer all over the front step. I’m reminded of the reason for the Christmas season and to “Believe!”
Do you Believe in Santa and Christmas? There are only Five Things Needed to Decorate the Front Door and it’s really worth the effort..
My Front Door Wreath was so easy to create. I just took a green faux wreath and added antlers and a white bow. The wreath says, “Come into my warm and comfy home.”
Once I open my front door, not only am I greeted by my pups but a beautiful Christmas Tree in my entrance way. And not just one Christmas Tree with twinkling lights and beautiful ornaments, but a Mason Jar Lid Christmas Tree as well.
It’s kind of a secret. I mean, just between you and me….
The Christmas lights were turned on inside the house the day after Thanksgiving and have not been turned off since.
I just love the sparkles through out my home from morning until night.
The Yarn Garland DIY and the Faux Fur Embroidery Hoop Ornaments – are two new video’s on You Tube. Have you checked out the Create With Cynthia You Tube channel and subscribed? If not, please check it out here.
The buffet is covered in Christmas houses, angels, reindeer and a bowl full of colorful vintage bulbs.
The Christmas Yarn Garland DIY Video on You Tube is here.
The Faux Fur Embroidery Hoop Ornaments Video on You Tube is here.
As I walk down the hall and into my family room, Santa sits in his sleigh on an old vintage chair next to the second Christmas Tree.
All of my handmade ornaments adorn the tree.
When I realized I had know where to hang our Christmas stockings, I decided to create a Faux Fireplace. I used an old twin metal headboard which had been hanging out on the patio.
I was also a little concerned that Luke would wonder how Santa would get into the house. If you missed that story, click here.
There is a wreath that sits over the faux fireplace. The yarn stockings look so soft and comfy.
The wreath over the faux fireplace is a simple green wreath with vintage lights, a big white star and a beautiful bow, Faux Fur Ribbon Bow, just like the Embroidery Hoop Ornaments made with Faux Fur Ribbon. Nice and simple.
Did you crack nuts when you were a kid? Read my story about cracking nuts with my sister, Michelle on the Nutcracker Christmas Table Decor post.
It’s full of inspiration as I joined a dozen other bloggers on a Tablescape Blog Hop.
And then as I head down the other hallway towards the bedrooms, I’m greeted by a Christmas Wreath. This one makes me so happy!
This wreath is a wicker wreath spray painted white and adorned with a faux fur bow. I used the glue gun, wrapped the ribbon on the wreath creating rivets as I adhered it to the wreath.
It looks so perfect on the ladder. Rustic but not too shabby.
Watch the Yarn Christmas Trees video on You Tube.
The Reindeer Head in the Tobacco Basket hangs beautifully in my bedroom. I made the tobacco basket a couple of years back from a diy tutorial I saw on my good friend KariAnne’s blog.
O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord!
I hope you enjoyed my Christmas Home Tour 2019. This is the time to Believe in the season of Christ. The real reason why we celebrate Christmas!
Happy Christmas Eve, Sweet Friends, in just one week we will be celebrating December 31st and the end of the year 2019.
Sweet Friends, I hope you enjoy your holiday season and I look forward to spending time with you in the year 2020.
Now go out there and create something.