Coastal Christmas

Last year I decorated in a coastal theme for Christmas.

I was hoping to have current Christmas decor photos to share, but I ended up at the car dealership today.  You know how that goes…loss of time.  Hey but we have a new battery now! You can see my current Christmas decor by clicking here.

As I looked back at December’s posts from last year, I realized I didn’t share my little “Charlie Brown” Christmas tree or my front porch.  Honestly, I searched and searched and realized I didn’t even take any photos of these 2 areas…busy time of year!  {Shame on me!}  These photos were taken by my Mom.  Thanks Mom, I know I can always count on you to take photos of my hard work. 🙂  I did, however, take photos of my fireplace mantel and you can find those by clicking here.

Hope you are enjoying the sights, sounds, tastes and smells of Christmas.

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  1. Your tree looks wonderful! I love the idea of having a Coastal Christmas-I hope you enjoy every minute of it!

    Best Christmas wishes,
    Natasha.
    Natasha @ Keeping The Christmas Spirit Alive, 365 recently posted..12 Days of Christmas Traditions~Christmas Linky Party!

  2. Ooh I love the shells on the trees. The beach is such a wonderful place. Love the blue too.
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  3. I love the idea of a costal theme Christmas tree, it looks great! I hope you have a Very Merry Christmas!!!!

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