Welcome to part 2 of my 2015 Christmas Home Tour.
If you haven’t seen Part 1 of the Christmas home tour, be sure to check out that post as well. The last weekend in November I hosted a live home tour as a fundraiser for the co-op school my son attends. This tiny community school ran into an embezzlement issue and we are trying hard to get back on our feet. After a successful fundraiser I couldn’t wait to share my home with my online friends too! Today I’ll be sharing what is down the hall, lets get started!
We left of part one with this gold tree in the foyer.
I went with a few monochromatic trees this year, and I love how they turned out. If you’re wondering how I managed to fit 11 trees in our house, the faux trees that are against a wall don’t have the branches on the backside, then I can snug it up to the wall. The extra branches I stick in amongst the front to make it a bit fuller.
You can create this ‘Let it Snow’ pillow too, grab the free Silhouette cut file here. I used my favorite glitter HTV from Expressions Vinyl.
Moving down the hall you first come to my daughters room.
Her room is so bright and cheerful. We just finished putting her new room together, I can’t wait to share the full reveal in the new year!
I love everything about her heart wall, it was so easy with Removable Indoor Vinyl from Expressions Vinyl!
Above the bed we also did one of our favourite quotes from Elf in removable vinyl too!
We just added a few Christmas items to the room that worked well with the fun bright colors.
Moving down the hall is my sons room, if you haven’t seen his room reveal you can see it here.
I still can’t decide if I love this tree or the white village tree the best!
I decorated this tree mainly with paper party products from My Mind’s Eye. Don’t the Party Fans make it so much fun?!
The Holiday Collection from My Mind’s Eye has so many fabulous decorations that make your tree or party pop!
Levi loves hanging in his christmas wonderland, I think we’ve read ‘The Night Before Christmas’ 500 times!
It really is the happiest season of all!
Next door is our bedroom, my favorite room in the house! See the full bedroom here.
I had the pleasure of working with The Home Depot Canada back in October on some Christmas projects. Everything on the tree is from their Martha Stewart line.
I would have never thought to put leaves on my Christmas tree, but they are one of my favourite ornaments!
I’m quite sure these glittered presents are for outdoors, but I love how they sparkle up the tree!
The blue and silver color scheme worked so well with the room, I didn’t bother switching the bedding out for seasonal colors.
Whew that’s a lot of photos to skim through! Next we have the bathroom and the half bath.
The full bath got a snowflake number, unfortunately unlit for safety sake. You can get the free cut file for Miss Fawn face here.
These little trees are so fun to decorate, you don’t need a lot of ornaments for a big impact!
I’m so glad you made it through my entire Christmas Home Tour. If you missed part one you can see it here.
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Virginia you are so amazing! Everything in this home tour is absolutely gorgeous!!
Wow Wow Wow. I just can’t stop gawking at all your trees. They are beautiful – every last one. And I love that you really embraced a theme on each tree. Thank you for all the amazing inspiration. I’m pin pin pinning away.
Thank you so much Kim, It was so much fun putting them all together! Merry Christmas!
Two other follow-up questions. 😉
1. How do you attach your rosettes to the wall? Mine are always falling down.
2. Did you make the hap-happiest sign? I just love it!
Rosettes are on fishing line hung from the plate rain with a stick pin. And yes I did make the sign, thank you !