Hi Friends! If you are coming from my last post, you know that I have two Christmas home tours to share with you! My first one (click here to go there) covered the front part of my house – entry way, dining room and living room. Today we move on to the back side of my house – kitchen and family room! In my first post, I talked about how we are on a budget around here so I get a lot of my decor at thrift stores or I make it myself. You don’t have to break the bank to have a festive house!
Moving right along…I had some fun with our windows this year! When snow does not come to you, it’s easy to get a little piece of a winter wonderland with snow spray.Click here to read my tutorial on how to make window snowflakes!
Here’s another great thrift store find that I flocked with SnoFlock. Click here to watch my video tutorial on how to flock this! If you look closely you can also find Elvin, our Elf on the Shelf!
This was my one purchase this year. I really wanted a big wreath over my mantle and I found this one at Costco.com. Since I added the shiplap over my mantle (click here for tutorial) this year, I didn’t really have anything big enough to be the centerpiece of our family room. I love this wreath and just added the reindeer wooden cutout to the middle.
This is a canvas sign with heat transfer vinyl. You can find out how to make one yourself by clicking here!
My book cases are pretty simple. I just added a few things on each shelf.
You can find the tutorial for this fun glitter snowman by clicking here.
Here is my 7 foot thrift store tree that I flocked! I bought the round globe lights and made the star tree topper out of a Dollar Tree item (click here to check out tree topper tutorial).That’s it! Thanks for checking out my Christmas home tours! I hope you found a little inspiration on some DIY decor. If you want to check out part one click here!
Have a wonderful and safe holiday season!