Christmas Card 2015
Merry Christmas Friends! I sure hope you all have a wonderful Christmas with the ones you love most. I’m so thankful you make NoBiggie a part of your day. I love sharing recipes and holiday ideas with you. It makes my day when I hear you loved a recipe, printable or idea shared here. I wanted to share a few pictures from our holiday home.
One of my favorite things during the holidays is the Christmas cards. It’s the best time of year to get the mail! Here’s our family Christmas card this year. Our friend and talented photographer Heather Telford took our photos this year, and I love how they turned out.
I’m crazy for red and white stripes, and this year our Christmas decor near the entry had lots of stripes! Our little advent calendar and my favorite Nativity…the little people Nativity.
I found this little vintage Santa plate at the thrift store a few years back, and this year I hung it with some chunky striped paper straws for a fun sun burst sort of wreath.
I wanted to print some of my favorite Christmas memory pictures and incorporate them into our Christmas decor this year. I used Persnickety Prints and printed out 4×4 prints with a white border. Then I made little photo frames for them using striped paper straws, rickrack and pompom ribbons, and I loved having these sweet Christmas memories out where we could enjoy them.
I added magnets to the back of each one and hung them on this big frame in our entry.
I bought this big popcorn tub at Target mostly because I loved the red and white stripes, (haha) we did enjoy the popcorn too. Striped trees and a sweet little elf by artist Lori Mitchell. I love her little whimsical figurines.
Isn’t he so cute?!
The red VW Bug is one of my favorites.
Every year, it seems I bring out less and less, when it comes to Christmas decor, but I loved having these little mugs out at the ready for a warm cup of hot chocolate during December.
Wishing you the Merriest Christmas Day! We are so thankful for the true meaning of this special day and the opportunity we have to celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace.