Friday, November 27, 2015

Christmas Details on Farmhouse Friday

Did you have a wonderful Thanksgiving? We enjoyed being with family, and we have so much to be thankful for. I’m grateful to all of you for visiting my blog…thanks so much for following along.

Let’s dive into the Christmas Holidays with Farmhouse Friday. So, whether you’ve finished decorating, or you’re just getting started…my hope is that you’ll find some inspiration here :) 

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I’m sharing how I add touches of farmhouse Christmas around our home with greenery…because it’s all in the details, right? We are blessed to have several cedar trees here on our land…and I cut branches to use at Christmas time.

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  The grainsack stockings are perfect for hanging rosemary or evergreens. I hung them on my French bottle drying rack. And don’t you love baking this time of year? Add a sprig of rosemary to a platter of home baked goods for a festive touch.

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Oranges and greenery add a pop of fresh color and make the kitchen smell amazing. Fill ironstone pitchers with rosemary or pine and place near the sink.

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 I like to wrap a bundle of cinnamon sticks with a ribbon. And of course, I love to use vintage pieces during the Holidays to display items in the kitchen.

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For a festive, natural table setting, add a cinnamon stick, sprig of rosemary and twine to cloth napkins.

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And that’s just a few ways you can add Farmhouse Christmas details to your home with a little greenery. Next week, I’ll share a full Christmas tour of our home. If you’d like to view our 2014 Christmas tour GO HERE.

And you’ll want to go visit all of the Farmhouse Friday blogs HERE:

 

 

       HOUSE OF HAWTHORNES Farmhouse-Christmas-Trees-2

             THE EVERYDAY HOME DIY Mini Faux Boxwood Wreaths | The Everyday Home Blog | www.everydayhomeblog.com

TOWN AND COUNTRY LIVING Town-and-Country-Living-Christmas

 

                              STONEGABLE CHRISTMAS SHELVES- button-stonegableblog-4

Blessings

11 comments:

Barb @ The Everyday Home said...

So much beauty, but I have to say those oranges and the rosemary filled white pitchers make your kitchen pop and just sing Christmas. I just loved all of your small touches and yes you are right - it is the details. :) Hope you had a great Thanksgiving. xxoo

Pam Kessler said...

Your bottle drying rack is the perfect spot to hang stockings. How cute!

It's me said...

LiKe those little Christmas socks...happy weekend Becky....love Ria x

Diane L said...

I made some little stockings like yours this year. Thanks for the inspiration. Your decorations make me want to go craft!! Di

Jessica said...

So beautiful. I love the natural green touches. And that gingerbread mug. :)

JoanMarie said...

Hello!
LOVE LOVE LOVE the holiday inspirations! Simply beautiful - the cinnamon, rosemary, and that ladder! Gorgeous!
JoanMarie

Wheelchair said...

Hey, very nice site. I came across this on Google, and I am stoked that I did. I will definitely be coming back here more often. Wish I could add to the conversation and bring a bit more to the table, but am just taking in as much info as I can at the moment. Thanks for sharing.
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Bohemian said...

Your Christmas Details are Simply Lovely! I can almost Smell the Fresh Cedar and Rosemary while beholding those Images! Merry Christmas... Dawn... The Bohemian

Wheelchair said...

Hey, very nice site. I came across this on Google, and I am stoked that I did. I will definitely be coming back here more often. Wish I could add to the conversation and bring a bit more to the table, but am just taking in as much info as I can at the moment. Thanks for sharing.
Light Weight Wheel Chairs

Keep Posting:)

thevintage vixen said...

Everything is so sweet, especially those little stockings on the drying rack!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

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