I am so excited to be part of a Christmas in July Blog hop! I assume you are coming here from the amazing Jill at Gathered Grace blog and I wanted to welcome you to my blog! I am joined by nine very talented bloggers and I can’t wait for you to see all of our holiday photos! (Special thanks goes out to Jen at Noting Grace for putting this all together.) This blog post inspired me to plan out my decor theme for this Christmas and I can’t wait to share it with you.
We are spending our Christmas holidays in London! I know that Christmas was yesterday, but if I had to guess most of you are still enjoying your Christmas tree, decorations and leftovers.
Decorating our front porch for the Christmas holidays was a new task for me this year! In previous years I use to hang a fresh wreath and garland and call it a day. But not this year! I had so much fun pulling out the galvanized buckets and combining fresh and faux greens!
The weather this week has been in the high seventies and low eighties all week. I cannot believe it is the week before Christmas and it’s been this warm. But there is a silver lining for our family. And that is our back porch! Today I’m talking all about decorating our back porch for the holidays.
Decorating our family room for the holidays was so much fun. I think the red has made such a difference in this room. And I am not sure if we will have to wait for valentines day for it to reappear! I mean those pillows aren’t even from Christmas!
Oh my gosh. You know when you have an idea in your head for a DIY, but you are afraid that it might not work? I have been so nervous about my DIY because I found two perfect items that I truly believed would make a perfect coffee table. Fortunately, the idea became reality.
Today I’m sharing with you a MIY Project with Old Barn Milk Paint.