Primitive Christmas Winter Wonderland

I hope that everyone had a lovely Thanksgiving and enjoyed their holiday weekend. I spent quite a bit of time packing up all of the Halloween goodies in my home (well… most of them! some I love so much that they just have to stay out) and converting my decor over to Christmas and winter. Below are a few peeks at the fruits of my labor, featuring some of my favorite primitive Christmas ornaments and collectibles. I absolutely love burning holiday scented candles and lighting the fireplace during this time of year too.

primitive Christmas decor

primitive Christmas decor

primitive Christmas decor

primitive Christmas decor

primitive Christmas decor

12 thoughts on “Primitive Christmas Winter Wonderland”

  1. Good morning Steph. Everything is just beautiful. Very festive. I’ve not gotten any of my decorating done yet, but I’m hoping to get the outside taken care of later this afternoon and the inside done this weekend.

    Have a great day
    Hugs,
    Doreen

  2. Thanks, Doreen. 🙂 I hope that you are having (or had!) fun with your decorating today as well. This weekend I am going to my parent’s house to help them decorate their Christmas tree, which is far more spectacular and packed with ornaments than mine. I’ll have to take pictures of it too when it’s up, it is always so pretty. Have a great evening – I’m off to make bunches of ornaments.
    Hugs,
    Stephanie

  3. Stephanie. Everything looks so beautiful. I love your style. I am dying to get myself a tree like yours. I am drooling girlie.

    Cindy

  4. Love all of your Prim Christmas decorating. I want a tree like that! 🙂 Love all of your clay things and your santa’s and well all of it!

    I have just started………not much, but started to pull my things out.

    Have a great day and love all of your goodies.

    Hugs,
    ~Tonya

  5. Jenny – You want to own a ranch one day too? That would be a dream for me! A ranch in Montana. I think that primitive decorating is a process, you can start gradually converting over at any time. My house is still a work in progress and probably will be for years to come!

    Tonya – Thank you! I found the twig tree at one of my favorite shops in Lancaster, PA last month and I just HAD to have it. It’s so prim! I definitely recommend getting one. 🙂 They’re not super-expensive, either.

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