Time for some Christmas in the living room… our favorite room this year.
The tree corner.
I brought out all my goodwill firkins and placed them on my shelf with stars, pine and fake fruit.
My Meijer's Charlie Brown tree. Plays the song. I love it!
Reindeer from White Sheep Farms. Snowballs by me.
Christmas invitation from Pam at Primitive Blessings.
Good will wreath, Santa and wall box.
The Living Room Christmas tree…
This whole display was a major building process that took a while to get just right.
I made the Candy Cane’s and dehydrated the oranges. The garland is coffee stained cheese cloth. One large package that I cut length wise down the middle so I had two long pieces. The doors I have been collecting for a long time. I have 12 now and intend to build a wall in my basement like Kendra did.
Large Snowman and reindeer from Pam at Primitive Blessings.
Small snowman in the tree from Angie at Just a lil raggedy.
Tree topper from Stacey at Tattered n’ Torn Prims.
Candy Canes and oranges by me.
Adorable mouse by Becky at Primitives and Stichin’.
Burlap Stocking by Pam at Primitive Blessings. Love it! Added just what I needed to my door!
Walnuts and gourds by Stacey at Tattered n Torn Prims.
Goodwill gourd! The best kind!
Frosty intently watches over the tree to make sure no Primcats climb it. LOL! The Tattle Tale in the tree helps too. (by his arm)
My Reindeer on my goodwill sled.
Another goodwill gourd in Frosty’s hand.
Skates from Gathered treasures show.
Mittens by Cheryl Fredrick.
I really hope you all enjoy this tree as much as we do. It’s much more primitive than I’ve ever done.
The over all effect is just wonderful in the living room. It glows and makes me smile!!!! Mr. Primcat and I just love sitting here staring at our beautiful tree.
I have also decided that I have no intention of taking it down after Christmas. I will remove the candy canes and add some other natural element in their place and leave it up well into the new year. Probably until February. I intentionally didn’t Christmas it up for this purpose. I really wanted something that could weather the winter as decoration and not just Christmas.
To the opposite side now…
My critter shelf with my handmade snowballs.
All from the goodwill… Rocking horse, Folk Santa, tree and crock.
By the fireplace…
Tree Mouse from Cindy at Cynthia Lee designs.
Reindeer from Pam at Primitive Blessings.
Sheep from Goodwill.
Isn’t he adorable! Thank you again Cindy!!!!
Santa… I can explain… ;)
Snowballs and bells in the garland…
Winter wishes to you my friends…
(from the goodwill of course.)
A roaring fire.
Snowman head by Lil’ Raggedy Angie. ♥ him.
Mitten by Pam at Primitive Blessings.
Until next time…
Carmen and the Primcats