Monday, December 15, 2008

Christmas Tour of Our Home

The day is here, the day a lot of bloggers have been looking forward to for a while. The day in which hundreds of people will open up their homes and share a tour of their home all decked out for the holiday season.

I'm happy to be participating again.

Welcome to our Home.
May I offer you a cup of tea, or a whipped shortbread cookie?
Our stockings on the mantle.
And below is the manger scene that my Uncle made.
Our kitchen is done in Gingerbread. This is above my kitchen sink.
My little kitchen tree sits at the end of my counter bar.
The cookies in the jar are little gingerbread men.
First holiday baking season with my Kitchen Aid!
The candle is Cranberry Peppermint.
The two reindeer, the girls made their first years in preschool. Rachel's in on the left, and Hannah's is on the right. They are something I will display for many Christmases to come.
Our Christmas Tree.
Snowman countdown to Christmas. Complete with treats in the bag!
A miniature tree sits atop a table in between the girls' rooms. They call this 'their' Christmas tree.
I hope you enjoyed the tour of our home. There's plenty of more houses to tour, so grab something warm to drink and click on the Boomama button or click here ~~~> Christmas Tour of Homes.

9 comments:

pcb said...

Love the reindeer made by your girls. Those decorations are so much better than anything you could buy.

Joy Howse said...

Your house looks great!

Patty said...

Looks wonderful!

Headless Mom said...

Your tree is beautiful!

And the reindeer? My daughter made one that has somehow disappeared!?! I had forgotten!

Merry Christmas!

Girly Stuff said...

Beautiful tree and mixer!

Leslie said...

Pretty tree. I have gingerbread in my kitchen too. Love them. Merry Christmas

Jean said...

Love all the gingerbread people. Merry christmas.
Jean in Virginia

Keetha said...

Headless beat me here!!! She's a bloggy buddy of mine too.

I LOVE the reindeer the girls made. Are they made out of (shhhhhhhhh) panty hose??

I have the same green checked valences at my kitchen window that I see near your tree!!!!

I have enjoyed your tour. Merry Christmas

Heather said...

I use to make those reindeer with my students each year! Merry Christmas!