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Christmas House Tour Part 2

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

 If you missed part one (the living room) of my Christmas house tour, check it out here.

I've been collecting wreaths all year long from thrift stores in anticipation of this! Nine wreaths cost me about $7. I bought the ribbon at a local store for 50% off. The garland around the door is from Home Depot.

 The dining room

 Normally the sconces have white candles, but I switched them up for Christmas.

 This Christmas pyramid belonged to my mom. I really wanted my sister to get one while she was living in Germany, but she couldn't find one for less than 100 euro.


 This nativity is from Sam's parents. They used it when Sam was a child.


 This table is in the breakfast nook. Sam's dad gave us the poinsettia.

 The table cloth is from the thrift store for $5 and the table runner is from Crate and Barrel.

 We have 2 Christmas trees. One is in the living room and has our sentimental ornaments, and this tree is in the library and has green ornaments.


 This ceramic tree came from Sam's grandmother's retirement community. Someone in the building makes them. My grandma has one very similar, but larger.

 Finn adores posing in front of the Christmas tree!


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