Welcome to Part Two of my Christmas Home Decor tour of my home! Today I’m showing you my Christmas decorations in my dining room and kitchen.
I added quite a few new pieces of decoration this year. I have a little 4′ skinny Christmas tree in my dining room that I call my Charlie Brown tree. It’s so sparse that you can see right through it lol! But for $20 at Wal-Mart, who can complain?!
Everything you see on my tree is from Michael’s Arts & Crafts. I decided to forego the tree skirt this year and used some “snow fluff” instead. I love how it turned out! AND I got all of my decorations for 70% off!
This is my tree skirt last year.. I made it using a regular tree skirt, burlap and a hot glue gun. It was incredibly cute, but I had a totally different look in mind for this Christmas.
My table settings change for Christmas. I love how colorful this season is!
This shot is of the tabletop of the side table in my dining room. How adorable is my “Get Your Jingle On” sign?! You can buy it here. The vase to the right is normally my dining room table centerpiece, so I just fill it with Christmas fillers and put a mini Christmas tree in it’s place on the table. I bought a wooden letter “L” and mod lodged a Christmasy piece of scrapbook paper on top to give it a candy cane look.
See what I mean about re-using my old Christmas ornaments?
On my buffet, I added a couple of candlesticks and a mini Nativity Scene, both from World Market. I made the two Christmas trees with book pages, wooden skewers and bases. The “Peace” sign I bought last year and a poinsettia on the far right.
This “Joy” sign I picked up at Joann’s and I love it!
I made this Noel sign last Christmas. There was a Pottery Barn sign last year that I used for inspiration. I just hot glued the wooden letters together and my husband hung it using fishing line.
I keep a hot chocolate bar in my kitchen through the holiday season. You never know when you might get a hankering for a cup of hot cocoa! I free-handed my chalkboard the best I could lol!
I use Christmas ribbon taped to my kitchen cabinets to display my Christmas cards. I keep them in place with wooden clothespins. Just a fun little touch!I hope you enjoyed my Christmas tour!