Monday, December 5, 2016

Christmas House Tour 2016 Part 1

Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas!  Welcome to this year's Christmas house tour!!
My Christmas decorating is mainly a mixture of German Christmas decorations with French Country Farmhouse Style!
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 German Christmas decorations with French Country Farmhouse Style!


First, let's take a look at my Santa nutcrackers and smokers.  These are all made in Germany.
Santa Nutcracker Display
My favorite nutcracker remains my first nutcracker which is the one with the deer on the left.
Santa Nutcracker Display
Although these are all pretty cute too!! 
Santa Nutcracker Display
The sleigh is full of greenery and my vintage style snowman ornament. 
Farmhouse Christmas decorating inspiration
Oh, what's that? My *favorite* Christmas tree... the Steiff animal tree!  New this year is the flocked tree... I love the way the animals look on the flocked tree! 
Flocked animal tree
In the same room is the woodland style tree.  I love how we decorated it this year.  I moved the cardinal for the tree topper on this tree and love him here!
Woodland Christmas Tree
Next to the woodland tree is the woodland Santa.  He is sitting on antique French table with some French mirrors.  I huge the boxwood wreath on the mirror and like it there this year.
French Christmas Decorating Ideas
Mr. Swan is always decked out for the holidays... this time with Christmas poinsettias and greenery.  I made christmas acorns, you can find my DIY instructions here
French Christmas Decorating Ideas
Some hallway decor... love my JOY banner from MK... got it on clearance sale! Woot! 
Farmhouse Christmas decorating ideas
Last year this garland was on the fireplace mantel... this year I moved it to the hallway so you see it when you enter the front door. I like it here! 
magnolia garland decorating ideas
I love this new tree from Classic Trees. It goes from colored to white lights.  Read about the tree and how I decorated it in my full post here.
Colorful Christmas tree
Here is a sneak peek at my Christmas table this year, coming to you in a future post...
Green and red Christmas Table
A look at my vaisselier which I have decorated with pinecones, dried seeded eucalyptus and German glitter houses.
French Christmas decor
A Look at it at night!  I love these little starry LED lights, don't you? I use them everywhere during the Winter.
French Christmas decor with putz glitter houses
One last look at the tree in the dining room...
Traditional classic vintage tree
...the tour continues here, visit part two!  I have too many pictures for one post!

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12 comments:

  1. Beautiful!

    Debby
    Debbygoesshabby.blogspot.com

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  2. I love all of your collections. Your Christmas decorations are beautiful. I love the way you have transformed your home.

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  3. Angelina, everything looks absolutely beautiful! I love the way you hung the garland in the hallway and I am adoring the Quimper stockings...so pretty! You have a lot of wonderful collections that I am sure have a lot of great memories attached to them.

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    1. Thank you very much, Shannon! I love the stockings too, wish they still made them...

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  4. What a pretty Christmas tour Angelina! I love all your Christmas trees and those Steiff animals are so fun. Merry Christmas!

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  5. you have a beautiful home and it looks so festive too.I love the garland hung above the entry too.I'm off to see part two. xoxo

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  6. Wow, you have some wonderful framed pictures and mirrors, love all the gilt! Nice garland in your doorway too!

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