Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Show and Tell Tuesday: Holiday Home Tour

Happy Tuesday! Thanks for joining me for today's Show and Tell Tuesday link-up with Momfessionals! If you're new here, follow along with me on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Bloglovin'. And make sure to say hello in the comments below- I love hearing from you!

My house looked like this on Sunday afternoon, so I got myself in gear to clean up for you guys!

I usually have a green wreath with colorful ornaments and a big red bow on my front door, but our sweet neighbor, Ms. Susan, bought us this Aggie Santa from The Round Top Collection, so Santa is gig-ing Christmas this year!

This door ornament drives Robert absolutely nuts, but my Nana made this for me, so I hang it up every December! 

Keeping up with the crafty family, my aunt Amy made us this sign, and it's too cute!

The kids made these hand print Santas with our friend, Ms. Julie, last year, and they are too sweet!

I use our buffet table to display some of our extra ornaments and all of our Christmas cards from years past.

I love, love, love these hanging ornaments in the dining room! This is only the 2nd year that I've done this, but I think they really make the room!

Back in the living room, I have another cute sign from my aunt.

The kids like playing with the nativity scene at my mom's house, so I bought them one from Target a few years ago. 

The kids' pooping sheep and reindeer join the nativity during play time, too!

Our mantle has a garland that I made almost a decade ago and nutcrackers that I collected from the Target Dollar Spot over the years. We celebrate St. Nicholas Day on the morning of December 6th, so the kids woke up this morning with a few little goodies in their stockings! 

My Aunt Jill made Trip's stocking when he was a baby, so we had to get Robert a cowboy boot to match. His Memaw always had boot stockings on her tree for her kids and grandkids, too!

This little space is Ari's winter wonderland. We got the new snowglobe with the 2 cardinals (for my Nana and Popo) from T.J. Maxx this year.

I'm fortunate to have a husband that lets me go wild at Christmas - meet my baby, Disco Christmas! Isn't she pretty!?!

I just use fabric as the tree skirt - cheap and easy!

This is my happy place! 

Gotta have some mistletoe!

I used to keep our Texas tree upstairs in the game room, but the kids actually spend most of their time downstairs, and I wanted to enjoy it, so I moved it down to the kitchen last year. 

We're a little behind on changing our Lego calendar, but this is Danny the countdown nutcracker. His two friends, Buddy and Mauro, are also in the kitchen, but I haven't found the best home for them just yet. Can you tell we like Cake Boss?!

I found a tartan tablecloth this year at Marhsalls, and I mixed in some of the kids' crafts with a trifle bowl full of ornaments. And according to the Roo, these two are Fancy and Rudolph!

I made this a few years ago, and I think it is so fun! 

One last look

Thanks for stopping by today! Come back and see me on Thursday for Try It Thursday. I'll be sharing some appetizer ideas for your holiday gatherings. See you soon! 


  1. Love your tree and all the color in your decor!

    1. Thanks, Meggie! It all started a decade ago with some hot pink disco ball ornaments from Marshall's! :)

  2. Your tree is so pretty! And I love the little Santa hand prints! We may have to do those this year!

  3. Your disco tree is so festive and fun!! Great job

    1. Thank you, Sarita! My son asked if we can make an army tree next year for him and my husband in the office. Maybe my crazy colors are making my boys sad!

  4. I love the hanging ornaments from your light. Great idea to use fabric instead of a tree skirt!!

    1. Thank you! I want to update my chandelier, but I love this look at Xmas!

  5. The nutcrackers holding your stockings are AWESOME! I definitely need those! Your house looks beautiful!

    1. Thanks! Nutcrackers are the way to my heart!

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    1. Thanks, Kristi! I wish I could keep it up all year! :)


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