This year I have heard over and over that Christmas is all about joy… and likewise your home should look like a jumble of joy. Like joy was just flung everywhere… if joy were glitter it would shaken *liberally* about. And I am here for it because who doesn’t need more joy?!
So we’re breaking out all of the things that make me happy… pink Christmas gnomes, mercury glass trees, gingerbread houses, sparkly Christmas swans. THE WORKS.
If it’s in my Christmas closet it’s going up in the house.
I even put up my Pandora Christmas ornament tree for my Pandora ornaments in the office! It’s so fun to work next to!
It’s a lot of joy and happiness and as far as I’m concerned that’s the goal of the entire Christmas season. I’ve put together snippets of each room and decoration for you… and by snippets I mean lots, and lots, and lots of pretty pictures.
Or you can watch the video walk-through if you prefer!
This little spot right when you walk in my house is always fun to decorate. It’s a little make-shift landing of sorts as it’s really in my living room but I have hooks for keys and coats and a little secretary that I like to decorate with my gnomes.
Different gnomes for every holiday!
And this year my Christmas snowglobes with the tiny resin trees ended up here as well! At least 2 of them did… the rest are in the kitchen.
I love how sweet it looks with the antique type trays… it’s so cute!
Entry Way Christmas Projects:
- Easy No-Sew Christmas Gnomes
- Felt Christmas Bows
- UV Resin Reindeer
- “Reindeer Are Better than People” Sign
- Christmas Cloche Snowglobes
- Resin Christmas Trees
So here’s the thing… my living room is huge! Which is awesome for decorating and living in but in reality we could seperate this one space into several more spaces. We have the big beautiful flocked Mary’s Angel Christmas Tree by my stockings… and there’s an entire display of cute Christmas signs to the right of those.
I love making signs with resin and my Cricut and this year is no exception. There’s 4 resin and cricut signs, 1 cricut sign and 1 resin sign in the little alcove between my fish tank and the big white bookshelf! I like to display them using the same nails as my normal photos so I don’t have to make new holes in the wall… but that leaves a weird gap in-between the bottom signs and my row of masks from Italy. I think next year making a cute Christmas swag to fill that gap will be on top of the list.
Speaking of nail holes… I have an entirely separate display of cute resin and cricut signs to the left of my new Cruise Christmas tree! These little letter to Santa projects all go together which is always my favorite… and I’m loving having my Cruise ornaments on display!
That doesn’t even touch on the cute little knick-knacks decorating the tv stand or the festive pillows on the couch. OR MY NEW GINGERBREAD HOUSE THROW BLANKET!! I picked mine up locally but there’s quite a few cute gingerbread house throws here.
Living Room Christmas Projects:
- Flocked Mary’s Angel’s Christmas Tree
- Cruise Tree Topper
- Cruise Tree Collar
- Cruise Themed Christmas Tree
- DIY Resin Backgrounds for Acrylic Blank Ornaments
- “Have a Merry Little Christmas” Basket Sign
- “Letters to Santa” Sign with your Cricut
- Hanging Version of “Santa’s Mailbox”
- Small 3D Santa’s Mailbox!
- Small Resin Christmas Gnome
- Leather Stocking Tag
- Lace and Faux Fur Stockings
- Resin Postage Stamps
- Merry Christmas Resin Sign
- Happy Holidays Truck Sign
- Santa’s Magic Buttons Sign
- Nutcracker Sign
The kitchen. I LOVE this space… it’s pretty much the show stopper of the entire house… and as soon as I saw that huge kitchen island I knew exactly how I was going to decorate it for Christmas.
With an entire mercury glass tree forest.
I love it so much… I do it every year and it’s just so special. I love adding new trees to the forest and little trees and decorations to the 3 tier tray I keep in the middle of the island… things like my mini resin Christmas trees or the resin gingerbread houses I made last year.
There’s even a few faux trees that are actually rose gold gnomes!
It goes perfectly into the dining room… and I love how they look together. The gingerbread centerpiece on my dining room table and the gingerbread inspired wreath over the stove? Yes, please!
Plus this year I added the Christmas Tree Farm sign over the stove as well… of course I move it when I’m using my stove but since I cook 95% of my meals in my Ninja Foodi it’s not a big deal.
- Anthropologie Gingerbread Inspired Wreath
- Resin Gingerbread Houses
- Tiny Resin Christmas Trees
- Glass Cloche Snow Globes with Resin Trees
- Winter Wonderland Cloche with Cricut Cut Files
- Christmas Tree Farm Sign
- Resin Christmas Gnomes
This little dining room nook is still one of my favorite moments for Christmas. I just LOVE my Fitz and Floyd Christmas plates… I used them last year and they’re back for another go this year. They’re just so pretty! We’ve styled the entire table to lean into the pretty pastel gingerbread house this year so it’s definitely a different vibe but with the same under-lying pretty pastel tones.
While the master bedroom is decorated this year I didn’t bring y’all down the hallway. It’s exactly the same as last year so you can check it out in last year’s 2022 Christmas Home Tour!
- Flocked Christmas Tree
- Rose Gold Beaded Garland
- Hanging Christmas Gnomes
- Chunky Knitted Christmas Tree Skirt
And that’s it for my 2023 Christmas Home Tour! I wish I could have each and every one of you over for a cup of hot cocoa but since that’s not possible I’ll just wish you a happy holidays from my home to yours. Merry Christmas y’all!