Now, take a minute and enjoy the madness that goes on at my house this time of year...
My apron collection grew quite a bit this year
I always have one or two spots where I put random things that don't really go with any of my other displays. It always seems to work!
Old jars full of bottle brush trees, cookie cutters, cupcake papers, and mercury glass garland.
My red Cosco cart full of vintage Christmas kitchen pretties.
My second favorite spot in the house this year! Santa looks good with Jadeite, doesn't he?
My Christmas girl collection grew quite a bit this year so on this shelf are the ones in the red dresses.
Elf & pixie madness along with my small collection of vintage ornament hooks.
Not the best picture but I hung my vintage stocking collection along the dining room window again this year.
I love all my Christmas glassware and use it daily!
What? You don't have a tree in your kitchen?
Carolers and the giant Santa blowmold I thrifted.
More carolers, some angels, and my precious ceramic tree from my Grandma Gloria.
It just never ends!
I put these vintage tree toppers in the same spot last year but mixed up the containers a little bit this year to make it different.
My creative sister nailed this chalkboard design I found on Pinterest!
This sign hung in my grandparents home every holiday for over 50 years. I am so happy to have it in my home now.
The majority of my Magpie Madness is corralled onto these two shelves.
I was super excited to finally be able to display my vintage tape collection on the old Scotch Tape store display I found this year.
My favorite display this year. It's a good mix of rustic and vintage, just like the rest of my house.
Another idea I found on Pinterest. I love how it turned out. I may just keep it up year round :-)
An overview of my Great Room.
Vintage lights and card boxes
A couple of random blowmold friends.
And deer madness!
My main tree this year. My kids aren't too happy with me not getting a real tree. But I had to put up the one that I found at that garage sale in Redding last Summer. I just had to! You understand, right?
My Snowflake collection grew enough in the last year to need it's own display!
The wreath I made a couple of years ago.
The wreath Hanna and her pregnancy hormones made last weekend.
Santa mugs and a pretty pink tinsel wreath made by Magpie Ethel!
My goal is to find all the vintage Shiny Brite boxes to stack together. I'm well on my way!
My tins and recipe/card/list boxes took center stage on the mantle this year!
Had to borrow this one from IG. These blowmolds are as much outside decorating that gets done around here!
Are you all still there? Thanks for sticking around!
Have a wonderful Christmas, Friends!