How about a little holiday tour to get your bells a jinglin'?
Here's our festive front door. Burlap wreaths are like the zits of Christmas. Everyone has one, and they're incredibly easy to make. Thankfully, they're much prettier than what my faced looked like prom 2007.
I'm a bit of a sucker for ornaments in bowls and buckets. It's so cheap, and I love the way it looks.
Choosing a phrase for my chalkboard sign was like asking me which flavor of ice cream would I take if I was stranded on a desert island. (Don't think about the logistics of that.) There are just so many wonderful Christmas jingles! I went with this one because it's the song that's been stuck in my head the most this season. I could seriously listen to it all day.
A little festive banner I made.
Who doesn't love some tinsel on the stair rail?
Snowman wreath. You can make one, too!
I love that we have three stockings. She is going to be here so soon, y'all!
Any guesses on where I got our stockings? I'll give you a million bucks if you're right; that's how confident I am that you won't know. I'm a little obsessed with them. (Hint: I didn't make them and they aren't from Etsy.)
Snowmen and glitter candles make everything better.
The fluffer of our first tree.
Here's where our Christmas NOOB/BOOB status comes into play. Grahm convinced me to get an unlit tree because he wanted to string the lights on himself. (Mistake.) However, we forgot about the dumb lights and put on all our ornaments first... We were both a little Scrooge-tastic at that point.
I could take more pictures, but I'm lazy and you're probably bored of looking at my house.
After everything was said and done, Grahm made us hot chocolate. (Note the mason jars instead of mugs.) He then started singing, "I live for the applause, applause, applause."
I love that guy. And Christmas. And Christmas in our house.