I had planned on showing you our entire porch with our white Adirondack chairs and the red stars that are hanging on the wall. But it's been raining here for the past 3 1/2 days and I wasn't able to get all of the photos I wanted. I'll try to add them in a few days, so check back to see more! Go here to see last year's porch and our chairs.
Decorating a porch for Christmas can be as simple as adding a couple of jingle bells or a wreath to the front door.
A simple table top tree was an impulse purchase at the grocery store last week. The porch seems so festive now. I also added these boxes that I wrapped a couple of weeks ago for a gift wrap ideas post. If you look closely you'll notice that the paper is wrinkled from all the rain we've had. Now just pretend you didn't see it.
All that's missing is some snow! How do you welcome your guests for Christmas?
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Recreate this look with these sources:
Buffalo Plaid Scarf
Front Door Wood Initial
White Vintage Ice Skates
Wooden Snow Sled
4 ft Artificial Outdoor Tree
Buffalo Plaid Wrapping Paper
Now it's time to see how all of my friends welcome their guests. Click on the photos below to visit everyone and get some great ideas for your home. Check back tomorrow for all of the Thursday tours.
In case you missed it yesterday, be sure to visit our Christmas Ideas Tour for ideas on for your mantel, tables, wreaths, and some thrifty crafts. Go here for the tour and see our Christmas tablescape.
Click the photo below to see how we countdown to Christmas at our home.
Click on the following photo to see our kitchen and breakfast room decked out for the holidays.
For more Christmas decorating ideas, click the following photo.
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