That little vintage honey jar is filled with homemade hot chocolate mix.
It will only take a minute to warm it up.Would you like some marshmallows or candy canes in your hot chocolate?
Since we are already in the kitchen why not start the tour here.
In keeping things simple I used lots of fresh tree greens.
In my cups and small pitchers on my French bottle rack I added some fresh roses and greens too.Love that pop of red and white looks so festive.A bowl of fruit add a bit of color too.
As you can see I hung some aprons on the wall from a hook.Love the pop of color.These are a gift from my sweet niece.She made these!One for me and one for my daughter.
Our Christmas tree in a trunk.This takes up so little room and really brightens our kitchen at night.
Let’s step into the family room.
As you can see we are keeping things simple just pine cones scattered on the mantle.With silver and some fresh greens.
My little tree in my sap bucket.And an old wood tote with lavender pillows,pine cones and an old milk bottle with some petite flowers.
Lets take a peek at the dining room.
I am not hosting Christmas dinner this year.But I thought I would share with you my table setting if I were to host.
My favorite china to use is my French limoges.
I placed it on a white ironstone dish.Lace napkins placed with a silver Angel napkin ring.I added a bit of those petite flowers for a bit of color too.
Bits of color here and there with a bit of sparkle from these silver ornaments.
Another view of my dining room.
Oh no you have to leave already? Time goes by way to fast! Thank you so much for stopping by.Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy new year!