Boo Mama’s Christmas Tour

 

I have been looking forward to participating in Boo Mama’s Christmas Tour.   I didn’t take pictures of everything but here is what I did take.

This is our Christmas tree.  I haven’t wrapped the gifts yet so, they are not under there. 

This is our fireplace mantle.  The stockings are not hung up because there is just not enough room for 10 stockings.  6 for the kids, 2 for Mr. Muscles and I and then 2 for the pooches.  Yes, they each have a stocking.  🙂

Here are a few wreaths hanging outside.

 

Here is a wreath I made when I was a teenager.  Amazing it is still holding up so well!

Here is the doorway between the kitchen and dining room.  You can see our Thanksgiving tree is still up.  The kids did such a great job and I like them being reminded of how many blessings God has given us.

Here is our table a little decorated.  I do not have any fancy china or anything but one day….!

Here is a little tree I have set up on our front porch.

Here is my little nativity:  (I know the wisemen are 2 years early but they are glued in.  I am hoping to find a nice one on clearance after Christmas)

Here is my angel.  She has fiber optic wings.

Here is our gingerbread house the kids and I did.

I have two trees decorated outside with white lights as well as garland and red bows on the stair railings.  The walk coming up to the house is lined with candy canes.  I have no pictures of those right now.  It is dark outside!  LOL 

I am off to visit others’ tour and see what their houses look like.

Have a very blessed and merry Christmas!

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17 responses to “Boo Mama’s Christmas Tour

  1. Beautiful, everything looks so pretty!

  2. Your house is beautiful! I am quite impressed with the gingerbread house as well…we attempted one tonight with results that only a child could love.

  3. I love your wreaths and the gingerbread house. Your house looks great.

  4. Beautiful decorations! I really love the mantle. Your gingerbread house is awesome, we got the same kit and ours I dubbed “charlie brown”. You can see it here: http://estesfamilynews.blogspot.com/2007/12/little-latewhat-we-did-last-week.html

    Merry Christmas!!!

  5. Cute gingerbread house!

  6. Great looking wreaths. Your home is lovely. Have a Merry Christmas.

  7. I like your snowflake tablecloth! And the gingerbread house looks great! We are supposed to make one this weekend, but dd doesn’t want a kit, and I don’t know how in the world to make it without one!!! Something to learn in the next few days, I guess. 🙂 Or, maybe I can show her how cute this one is, and she’ll give up her idea of designing one from scratch.

  8. Your house is so pretty. I love the wreaths. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Your gingerbread house could be the one on the box photo! Adorable! (And so neat! Ours isn’t quite as neat.)

  10. I am so impressed by your gingerbread houses!

  11. Love your home, thanks for sharing!

  12. I enjoyed your tour so much! Thanks for sharing!

  13. I agree! That gingerbread house inspires me to try it this year.

  14. Wonderful gingerbread house! I can’t wait until my kids are a little older so we can do one. Thanks for sharing. Merry Christmas!

  15. You have a beautiful home! Great decorations! I never thought about how long it must have taken the Magi to arrive–two years sounds about right 🙂 Merry Christmas!

  16. I have a very similar nativity. lol@ the wisemen being too early! Thanks for sharing a bit of your Christmas with us – and how fun to have a wreath you made as a teen! Merry Christmas!

  17. I posted a Gingerbread House photo too 🙂

    Merry Christmas!

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