Itsy Bits And Pieces Christmas Decorating 2016

Time to share a little Christmas 
and winter decorating from our home to yours!  

This weekend we had 7" of snow 
and I always think it makes the best decoration...




Come on in and visit...





This chalkboard printable from Dear Lillie 
makes a fun focal point on our simple mantel...






The sunporch has a little decorating this year...












I didn't put up garlands this year...just dressed the newel post 
with a couple of old scarves...









Tiny fairy lights look like a starry night over the Nativity...





The tiny Christmas Cactus I bought last year, 
has doubled in size and is blooming again!





I've been having fun painting signs this Christmas...
wishing you Peace...


I hope you enjoyed a little glimpse at the Christmas decor here at Itsy Bits And Pieces!

I am joining Debra of Common Ground and
Brenda of Cozy Little House for their
Home For Christmas link party!
There will be lots of inspiration!

Until next time...




42 comments

  1. LOVE IT ALL
    OMGOSH your house is decorated so wonderful. I love your snow and i am jealous I want snow however I think it's all going north this year.
    The old candy boxes with chocolate covered cherries are wonderful.
    Love the plaid throws and scarfs, also the red and white pillow in the chair.
    I could say something nice about every picture.

    Merry Christmas

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  2. Linda, every single detail is SO charming and beautiful! Your snow covered sled on the porch is the best! Every picture is perfect ;) Hugs, Cecilia

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  3. I'm not a big fan of snow, but you're so right... It's the best decoration! I love the red sled and your porch decor. Your home is full of those charming little details, the old white truck, the blanket ladder, that cupboard... Love it all!

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  4. Your Christmas decor is wonderful! Loving that Buffalo check bedding!!! Btw, I thought that tin said Snickers for a second and I got all excited, but Google tells me that means "sugar". Almost as good as a tin full of Snickers :)

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  5. Linda what a pleasure to visit your home decorated for Christmas. The old white truck with a tree was a favourite but I loved every picture you shared.
    Joy

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  6. Wow, just wow. Your Christmas touches are amazing. =)

    Jeanine

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  7. Linda, I love everything you have done, I am a little jealous, I wish I had your eye for mixing the old with the new. Do you hire out?? Next time you are next door, I might come calling for expert advice! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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    1. Thank you, Jodie! For me, it's just fun...we can play anytime!

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  8. Your home looks so festive and pretty Linda, and I'd love to curl up in the comfy looking buffalo check bed!

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  9. Beautiful tour filled with beautiful collections.

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  10. Linda, I swear if I lived near by , you would be calling the police...because I would be driving by so often,to see all your wonderful decorating and trying to peep in the windows. LOL. I love the red sled with the skates hang on it. Wishing you a merry Christmas. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  11. Wow, I love your Christmas decor. Love the simple mantel and buffalo plaid in the bedroom. This is my first time here, so I'm scrolling back. Love your style!

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  12. I always love your seasonal vintage pretties! Where did you get the pretty red and black checked sheets?
    Brenda

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  13. Gorgeous - you did a great job, lots of wonderful touches tucked into all the corners of your beautiful home!!

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  14. Linda - your Christmas displays are so charming...and with all that snow...perfection. I especially love the corn husk(?)Santa...a real keeper. :)

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    1. Thank you! The Santa looks like he was made with straw orsomething like it, and wood. I found him in a thrift store a few years ago...a keeper, indeed!

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  15. Linda,
    It looks beautiful! I miss my home decorating while in Oz. So yours gave me great enjoyment!
    Merry Christmas and smiles,
    Alice

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  16. Your decor is SO pretty! I love all the vintage additions and of course...the chalkboard with the wreath!

    Merry Christmas friend!
    karianne

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  17. Your home is beautifully decorated inside and out, Linda! All of your vintage treasures make your home one of a kind, and your hutch is one of my favorites no matter the season. The addition of fluffy white snow outdoors is icing on the cake!

    Thank you so much for sharing your Christmas tour with us!

    I actually found my way onto Instagram and I'm enjoying all of your gorgeous photos!

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  18. It's fun to see your wonderful vintage treasures used throughout your home to create such a warm and cozy Christmas. And I agree, snow makes everything more festive.
    Mary Alice

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  19. Linda-You have such great things to use for Christmas! Seeing your red sled makes me want to bring mine inside and paint it! We have snow, too, and although I don't like the cold I do like to see snow for Christmas.

    I really like your signs and printed chalkboard jars. Everything just feels homey and I love the warm feeling I see there. xo Diana

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  20. Oh Linda, yes, I enjoyed this tour! The snow is beautiful (THERE! not here!). Just to mention a few of my favorite things....your chalkboard art looks great, love the scarves on the banister, and the display of choc covered cherry candy boxes, and that Santa with bird (is that a corn husk??!) Your home is most welcoming with all the vintage charm. Thank you for showing how to use those things and inspiring!
    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and Blessed New Year!
    Rita C at Panoply

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  21. Wow Linda your home looks so beautiful, I just love your style! Can you please come to Huntington Beach and do my house? I promise to give you lots of good wine! :)
    xo
    Leslie

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  22. Where do I start? The candy boxes! The plaid umbrellas! The red platter with the snowy scene. This is just too adorable. I love it.

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  23. Everything looks so warm and festive, Linda. I thought I was looking at one of your Bachman's Home Tours. Beautiful pictures!

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  24. Looks so so cozy and festive. So many things I loved Linda! Merry Christmas

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  25. So inviting for Christmas. Love it all!!! Are you ready for the next snowstorm???
    warmly,
    deb

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  26. Beautiful and delightful Christmas decor all over your house! Love the sled and skates on your front porch and the vintage coffee tins.

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  27. Oh Linda, how pretty! All your treasures look extra fun and fabulous.
    Amalia
    xo

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  28. All that snow is so lovely. I really like your home! So warm and friendly with your sweet touches of Christmas here and there! Thanks for sharing your home with us. Hugs!

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  29. Linda your home looks so festive and pretty. You have gone all out and I'm loving every view of it. Gorgeous. Adore that amazing red sled by the front door!

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  30. So, so lovely. I love your kitchen table and hutch and the cocoa station and...

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  31. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

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  32. Your house for Christmas is like a big Ol' Hug! Seeing those Chocolate Covered Cherry boxes reminds me of my Daddy. Those were his favorite and he always stocked up at Christmas. LOVE the little lamb mold, the bedding, and all the rest. We got a little snow here yesterday, and you're right, it's the best decoration of all. Christmas hugs, xoxo Deb

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  33. Oh my goodness I love it all. Especially your red transferware and vintage boxes and silver. So much Christmas goodness. Have a Merry Christmas!

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  34. Am just now getting a chance to stop in and see your decorating. Beautiful! I especially like the old Tonka truck and the chocolate covered cherry boxes. Those used to be such a Christmas specialty! I had a great-aunt who loved them. We knew getting chocolate-covered cherries for Aunt Bessie was always a good gift idea!

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    1. Thank you so much! My husband's grandfather loved chocolate covered cherries, too...fun memories!

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