While I was taking pictures of the tree, I thought I would take some pictures of some of my other Christmas decorations.
Jeeves, dressed in his Santa hat, always has a little somethin' to welcome visitors.
Jeeves is in our entry with the Santa Tree.
I bought Rob this Santa ornament the first year we were married. Each year I buy one or two new Santa ornaments. After 25 years of marriage, our Santa tree is getting pretty full!
You may be thinking, "Wow, they only have two trees?". Well, I am glad to tell you that we don't have just two trees-some years we have four! This year I ran out of steam and we didn't get our Disney Tree put up. The third tree is my little Office Tree. We actually put it in a closet with the ornaments and lights left on. Oh, if they were all that easy!
I have a Christmas village and a few other decorations to make my office look a little more festive. Of course, most of the time you have to find the decorations under piles of fabric, scrapping stuff, and wrapping paper.
Our dining room decorations.
Last year I got this great sleigh. I love it!
Chef Piggy loves to leave seasonal messages.
This year was the first year I ever bought a poinsettia. I will always buy them from now on. They are inexpensive, easy to care for, and so festive.
A little nordic themed hall shelf.
My fireplace is the reason I have a difficult time crafting in the winter. I hate to leave its warm coziness.
I used to spend hours cross stitching. These stockings are my favorite cross stitched project.
My built-in corner unit can hold a lot of Christmas decorations.
I made this nativity years ago. I believe it was a kit by Daisy Kingdom. The rocking horse was a Christmas decoration we bought at an after Christmas sale for 75% off! We keep it up year round.
A few more Christmas Goodies from around the house.These dollies are decorating a little tree in the entry. Note: This tree is too small to count as our fifth tree.
This wire basket is perfect for holding seasonal displays on the coffee table.
I call our guest bathroom The Sun Valley Bathroom. It has a ski theme all year, so it doesn't need a lot of extra decorating to give it a Christmas feel.
This is part of a Bunnies By The Bay snow scene I have in front of a very large window. I think I'll wait until next year to share the rest of it.
I hope you enjoyed this Christmas tour. I had a great time sharing my decorated home with you.