Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Craving Cozy...

When the weather grows colder and the days become shorter,
more time is spent indoors and we all seem to crave the coziness of home!

I thought I'd share a few things from our home that have 
helped it feel warm and festive during this holiday season. 

(These items also show that decorating doesn't have to break the bank!)

I love these little wreaths from Trader Joe's! The "ribbon" is torn drop cloth material.


This fabric garland is made from burlap, lace and muslin strips. 
A simple DIY tutorial can be found here.


We strung up a collection of cookie cutters with twine in our kitchen windows. 


I found these paint-by-number deer artwork recently at an antique store in Sand Point, Idaho. They add a rustic, woodsy feel to our family room shelves.


I picked up this wood basket at a thrift store for just a few dollars. The little tree was free with purchase of the bigger Christmas tree we cut down. I made the pom garland in the car on the way home from Thanksgiving. Doesn't everyone travel with craft scissors and large amounts of yarn?? 


This is a chalkboard print I found here for free. 
I had it enlarged at a local copy center for about $5 or $6 dollars.


My sister made me this adorable sweater pillow. 


She also stamped this sweet canvas sign in barn wood frame. 
Hooray for a crafty sister and hooray for a December birthday! 

I am forever grateful that Love was born in a barn… 

It reminds me of something I just read that I think you'd enjoy too!


A dear friend sent me this personalized ornament made by Timree
It captures the farmhouse feeling our family has grown to love 
and is also a sweet reminder of friendship.


Thank you so much for stopping by today. 

I always love hearing from you and am so honored 
you would share a few minutes of your day with me!

18 comments:

  1. So lovely to see your beautiful decorations. xx

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  2. I love your home...so cozy and pretty Merry Christmas ;)

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  3. That is the sweetest ornament. I know you will treasure it for years. I love the little wreaths in the back of the stools. Also the sweater pillow your sister made for you is darling.

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    1. Thank you Kelly - I enjoyed seeing your Christmas home tour!

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  4. lovely details in your home. i want to make a version of all of it. lol! thanks for the inspiration. enjoy the season- mj

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  5. I love everything! You really have a light touch yet it all looks so festive. I love your sign...Love Was Born In A Barn". Very cute and inspiring!

    Merry Christmas! So glad I found your blog!

    Jane xx

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm so glad you found me. :) Merry Christmas!

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  6. beautiful and filled with the Christmas spirit. Hugs!

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  7. New to your blog and love reading it. Will be following your posts.

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  8. Everything is just perfect! I love the mixture of fabric, lace, and burlap that you used in the garland! The paint by number deer paintings are a great find. Also love the chalkboard print. Happy December birthday! My oldest was born on Christmas day. Thanks for sharing with Creating Christmas.
    hugs,
    Jann

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