Jolly Saint Nick is in the house!
This year, he graces the Breakfast Room.
I think he likes being the center of attention at breakfast time.
This area of our home is decorated a bit differently than past years.
It’s more colorful. More whimsical. More fun.
I think I decorated this space for our Grandloves
because they love this area. That makes me happy,
because that is why I work so hard – to see them smile.
So I present to you – a
Breakfast Room Christmas Vignette
I am happy to be part of another great Christmas Tour.
The Welcome Home Christmas Tour is hosted by
Robin with All Things Heart and Home.
Please visit until the end, I will share all of the
The star of this vignette is Ole’ Saint Nick himself…
His kind face is a joy to look upon while we’re having our
morning coffee. At the base of the painting, I layered
greenery with white lights, candles, white bottle-brush
trees and shiny baubles.
Last year at an after-Christmas sale, I found this
darling sweater-ball garland and I fell in love
I knew it was the perfect way to add a touch of blue (from my
painted cabinets) but also the punch of red I love to
use at Christmastime. I also found these sweater
covered trees which I used on the other side of the
Click HERE to see this vignette which includes an easy
DIY Pinecone and Candle Tray.
I started by filling the metal three-tiered stand
with greenery, pinecones and lots of splashes of color.
I used a blue sparkly Joy ornament and a Mason Jar
filled with shiny red and silver balls…
I also used a pretty, blue Peace ornament along with mini
Mason Jars filled with peppermint sticks…
The grandbabies helped me decorate the tree.
Red, blue, white and “snow” filled ornaments.
I used a vintage Bread Box as the tree’s base.
And a vintage red, wire basket holds a display of Winter paraphernalia.
Don’t you just love that mini 10×10 Burlap Santa pillow?
I paid only $9.95 and you can purchase on here.
And you know I just had to make a fabulous bow as a topper.
All in all, I am so in love with this vignette. I love it’s cheerfulness
and just how bright it looks.
Maybe that is why Santa has such a sweet smile on his face. 🙂
Thank you for letting me share my Breakfast Room
Santa Vignette with you.
If you are coming here from the tour, welcome.
I am always happy to have new “Everyday Friends” here.
You can follow me on Pinterest and while
you’re there would you mind pinning and tweeting these images…
And now I am happy to share with you the other
participants in this tour…
Jen with A Girl in the Garage
Julie with Lilacs and Longhorns
Therese with Fresh Idea Studio
Sonya with At Home with the Barkers
Angie with Postcards from the Ridge
Anne with White Lace Cottage
Tammy One More Time Events
Meegan with What Meegan Makes
Pamela with From My Front Porch to Yours
Paula with Sweet Pea
KerryAnne with Shabby Art Boutique
Shanna with Restoration Redoux
Thank you for spending a few
minutes of your day here with me.
You can follow along with
The Everyday Home here….
Here are some of the Link Parties I may be sharing this post with.
You can find more parties on my Linky Party Page.
Make yourself at home.