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Tis the season of Christmas!I am so thankful that your visiting the blog today for a tour of my farmhouse style Christmas decorating in the kitchen and dining room. Hopefully you have already made the stop at The Honeycomb Home. Grab a cup of hot chocolate or coffee and enjoy the photos from our home and then click on over to Green With Decor to see her beautiful home. A big thank you， Jenna， for hosting this huge group of talented bloggers for the Christmas Tour.
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When I thought about how I wanted Christmas to feel this year， I was taken back to the thought of a simple， handmade Christmas. I was inspired by nature and years in the past when families would have had very little to decorate with. I also didn’t have a large budget and wanted to use some of the things that I already had.
Our dining room is very small and I chose to put a small Christmas tree in an old crock and then hang our handmade clay star ornaments on the tree. The clay stars on the grapevine wreath were also made by the children and I. The Christmas tree didn’t come with the tiny pinecones on it but with just a dab of hot glue， I was able add them for a little extra festive touch.
I kept it simple in the kitchen with inspiration still coming from nature and the feel of an old fashioned handmade Christmas. Real greenery， nuts in a bowl， spices that we use to make our winter stove top simmer and dried cranberries. The lights give such a cozy feel in the early mornings and evenings.
Just a few simple touches in our kitchen this Christmas season but it’；s never really about having a perfectly put together space for me. It’；s about the memories that are created here. It’；s about Christmas music playing， children helping bake and the memories that are created together.
Thanks for stopping by and don’；t forget to visit the others on the tour! Merry Christmas!
Please take a moment to visit these talented friends and their homes decorated for the Christmas season.
Wife in Progress // Inspiration for Moms // Sand Dollar LaneSaw Nail and Paint // The Tattered Pew // The Fat Hydrangea // Worthing Court
A Blue Nest // Sincerely， Marie Designs // Town and Country LivingFarmhouse on Boone // Postcards From The Ridge// The Frugal Homemaker
Little Glass Jar // North Country Nest // Bluesky at HomeAratari at Home // Little House of Four // Twelve on Main // Elizabeth Joan Designs
AKA Design // The Everyday Home // On Sutton PlaceJoy in Our Home // Noting Grace // Making It In The Mountains //Shabbyfufu
Seeking Lavender Lane // My Creative Days // Thistledown Domestic CreationsThe Honeycomb Home // Flatcreek Farmhouse // Green With Decor // Atta Girl Says
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I LOVE every single thing in this tour. It is beautiful!!
Thank you Lindsay!
Everything looks so cozy! I love that tree in the crock， and such a good idea to use nuts as decor， love it!
Thank you Meg! Your home is gorgeous as well!
There is something so calming and peaceful about your home. I love how you decorate and how you elevate the most simple of objects to pieces of art. Your photography is amazing. Thank you for sharing this wonderful tour!
Oh I love this， Sarah! The tree in the crock is just the perfect， simple touch and makes me wish I had the same in my home! Merry Christmas!
Love your style and especially your table and chairs， the black looks so nice with your natural decor. Merry Christmas to you!!？？？
Sarah， I love it all!!!! Every detail is gorgeous. Those black bells， the tree in a crock， and all the homemade items. Just simply perfect.
This looks so beautiful， I’；m obsessed with your pantry!
It’；s all so lovely! I could not stop looking at your amazing pantry. Love it!
I can’；t imagine how your home could look more stunning yet so reflective to the season’；s true meaning–；in a gentle and gentile way. Happy Holidays， Ardith
Sarah， I love how you used crocks to hold your Christmas trees. It has such a natural， simple look that fits perfectly with your home’；s decor. Oh， I absolutely love your pantry. It’；s so well organized and so vintage.
Sarah –； I have always adored your home –； it’；s so welcoming and cozy， and it’；s so pretty decorated for Christmas! Happiest of holidays to you， my friend!
The simplicity of this is GORGEOUS! I love how welcoming and cozy it looks. Plus I’；m totally jealous of your pantry! ？？ Merry Christmas!
I love your home. So beautiful. Where did you get your honey jar？ I love the wooden lid.
I think I pinned almost all your photos! Your home is so beautiful and the simple Christmas decor is perfect!
Oh， that table! Where did you purchase it from？!! ？？
Rocky Hedge Farm is a simple living blog sharing the journey of a family living in small town USA. A hang laundry on the line， cook from scratch kind of girl， living in a manufactured home that is being remodeled， Sarah writes about balancing life as a mother， wife， homemaker， and farm girl.
Located in rural Missouri， Sarah keeps the company of her husband， and four children. The days are filled with time spent in the garden， keeping house， working on DIY projects， checking on the bees and chickens， and spending time with her husband and their children.
Mixed media can be?vibrant and colorful and these days it seems as if there are no limits to what designers are doing with color and materials, with the color palettes they are creating and?exploring way outside of the?traditional crafting boundaries. ? Black and white photos, black and white?imagery and black?and white crafting is truly spectacular. ?Black and white really?means shades of black and white so the texture, the shadows, the details are simply?amazing together. ?
Holton Rower is an artist so inventive that Improvised Life could be devoted soley to his work and improvisations. He designed a wonderful bit of brilliance in his home recently: an iron-clad magnetic wall painted to look like the adjacent walls. It allows Holton and his family to easily display and remove artwork, photographs, notes —anything that can be held up with magnets — as they wish. Perfect in house that serves as an ever-changing gallery of art — the entire family are artists — and interesting things to look at. It would be a wonderful idea to apply to just about any space. Because the steel is painted, it looks like a regular wall and won’t rust, so could be used in a kitchen.
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