Our daughter was over last night and wanted to plan our Christmas eve and day menu. I told her it was still too far away to plan our menu.....then she pointed out it is only 2 weeks away! Christmas has "snuck up" on me....lol!
The house is pretty much decorated for Christmas now, but I am still adding some quick and easy touches to existing decor.
The Victorian house you see on the mantel was in the entry last Christmas. I moved it to the bedroom mantel in the early spring and decorated it for Easter.
To add Christmas charm to the existing decor on the mantel, I hung a wreath on the roof, added a small decorated tree, and parked a car in the garage.
The pastel colored bicycle is a tree ornament that I found at Joann's
I hung a wreath on the big Victorian house and also the guest house.
I don't know if I've shared the pink chair with you before. I found 3 of them at a yard sale this past summer for 50 cents each. I can see Santa sitting in one with a child on his lap telling him what they want for Christmas!
For a final touch, I hung a Merry Christmas sign to the front of the mantel.
I have Christmas houses on each side of the bed to complete the Home for Christmas theme in the bedroom.
I did a post on this side of the bed earlier. If you missed it, here's a link.......http://penny-pennystreasures.blogspot.com/2017/11/this-morning.html
The houses I have on the side of the bed were in the kitchen last Christmas. Here's a link to that post if you would like a trip down memory lane....... http://penny-pennystreasures.blogspot.com/2016/11/home-for-holidays-kitchen.html
The house on the other side of the bed was also in the kitchen last Christmas.
Here's link to that post........http://penny-pennystreasures.blogspot.com/2016/11/home-for-holidays.html
Here's the back side.......
I have a sewing drawer night lite on the table at the end of the bed......
The Victorian house was in the entry last Christmas. Here's a link to that post if you would like to read more details........http://penny-pennystreasures.blogspot.com/2016/11/home-for-holidays_13.html