What a beautiful time of the year! I had my Christmas tree up a week before Thanksgiving, just couldn’t wait any longer. You can (click HERE to see) my last year’s Christmas Home Tour.
Last year I gave a $60 Christmas tree a makeover (click HERE to see) and we packed this huge tree and shipped it to Japan so we can enjoy it this year as well. I have changed the color theme for this year’s tree to gold, white and green. With a little surprise for the kids in the tree.
So here we go – please enjoy my Christmas Home Tour 2015.
Christmas Home Tour 2015
I always dreamed of a flocked Christmas tree, so I decided to give it a try by doing it myself. My DIY Flocked Christmas tree turned out great considering I only spent a fraction of what an already flocked tree would cost.
I also used some of the same ornaments as last year because they were still in good shape considering the humidity and heat they’ve been in during the shipment to Japan. I just changed out the dark blue ornaments with a bright green and gold ornaments, what a difference!
The ornament with the calligraphy, was made by me. I used this pen (click HERE to see).
Remember I told you I had a surprise for the kids, in the tree!!! One of Santa’s reindeers stopped by and peeked through our Christmas tree branches. I couldn’t resist, both my kids are having a blast with him.
I tried to keep my table setting simple for this home tour, since there might be a special post coming up just for a Christmas table setting.
The table above (click HERE to see) is the one I hand built back in July, topped with this table runner. And decorated with a couple of branches I bought from Michael’s. The ROTERA is from IKEA and the little vase and plant are bought locally.
My living room has also changed a bit, I’ve added my handmade scented wreath (click HERE to see) the tutorial over at Remodelaholic. And my new HOME sign is from Germany, but you can find similar signs HERE.
I love this handmade Chalkboard. To draw on it is used, this Chalkboard marker. They write on glass, chalkboards and even paper. The paint is non-toxic, made of eco-friendly material and is erasable.
Hope you enjoyed my Christmas Home Tour 2015.