I’m ready to pull out all of my Christmas decorations.  I keep waiting for inspiration to strike, but my new/old house hasn’t told me yet what it wants to be for Christmas this year.  sigh   It’s really hard to be inspired when so much of your house is under construction/disorganized/covered in dust/a mess.  So, yes, I admit it.  I’m a little bit jealous of you lucky folks who’ve already started your Christmas decorating.

 

To ease my frustration and hopefully inspire myself, I’ve been taking a look back at my most popular Christmas posts.  Perhaps you’re a new reader and I can inspire you too.  That would be the best!

 

This vignette on my former front porch, from last Christmas, was something that I just threw together, but it has been very popular on Pinterest.

 

Chrismtas vignette

 

Y’all also loved the sled, ice skates and wreath at my front door last year.

 

Front porch decorated for Christmas with a vintage sled and ice skates

 

You can see all of the Christmas decorations from last year in my entire house by clicking HERE.

 

My front entry from a previous year was entirely different, but it was even more popular with all of you.  This shot, taken at night, has been featured on several sites.

 

Front porch decorated for Christmas

 

You always love it anytime that I post about my friend, Nancy’s, gorgeous home.  You sure did love her front porch.

 

Front porch decorated for Christmas

 

While we’re talking about Nancy’s home, y’all loved the lavish decorations in her foyer too.

 

A foyer beautifully decorated for Christmas. What a great way to greet your guests!

 

By the way, I’ve featured Nancy’s home and tablescapes many times.  Click HERE to see more of her home.

 

When it comes to trees and mantels, you loved my snowman tree topper that I used as part of my fireplace mantel decorations and my whimsical Christmas tree.

 

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And Nancy’s fabulous mantel was a big hit too.

 

Beautifully decorated Christmas mantel

 

A lot of you must have set your tables with red and green for Christmas last year, because these cute place card printables, that can also be used as gift tags, were downloaded quite a bit.

 

Free place card printable

 

Down in the basement of my former house, I decorated for Christmas with a rustic vibe.  It just seemed to fit the space. 

 

My repurposed fireplace mantel turned rustic shelf was a big hit.  

A room filled with rustic Christmas decorations.

 

And my burlap snowman hat topped rustic Christmas tree was pretty popular too.

 

A rustic Christmas tree topped with a burlap snowman hat, diy red ticking and burlap garland and diy ornaments.

 

I could go on and on, but I know that tomorrow is Thanksgiving so I’ll stop here.  I know everyone is super busy, but I don’t want to leave without saying how truly thankful I am for all you!  I’ve made so many wonderful friends over the last few years and that is priceless!

 

I’ll see you next week when I’ll have something pretty from my new kitchen.  

 

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

 

 

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