The Social Selection

Welcome to our weekly series, The Social Selection! Each Sunday, I’ll highlight some of my social media posts and give you a bit more background on the display such as where to purchase the decor, interesting stories about decor items, or other tidbits. This week is all about Christmas decorations!

    1776 Faux Farmhouse Entryway

    Taking my fingertip off with a potato peeler really stepped up the chaos factor at our household this week. Between Little Miss worried that I needed ice cubes, because I burned my finger the day before the last time I cooked, and my husband having to find the perfectly sized band-aid, it’s a good thing I wasn’t dying because I would’ve been dead. At least from the outside, we look like a nice functioning family…

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    1776 Faux Farmhouse Entryway

    Christmas Decorations – Porch

    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… And Little Miss couldn’t have been more excited to build a snowman this morning when she saw the snow on the ground. I stayed under house cover this time around. My belly is getting a little too big for snow gear and I didn’t want the neighbors to confuse me for Santa. Do you peep the cute Santa in the back? Were you around when I gave him a makeover last year? Or what about the Elf Wanted sign (click here to see how to make your own DIY Christmas sign)?

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    Christmas Decorations - 1776 Faux Farmhouse Porch

    Christmas Decorations – Tiered Tray!

    The final Christmas decoration of the week is this tiered tray that occupies my kitchen! The rest of my house may look like a disaster (see my Instagram stories) but my kitchen somehow stays clean and this tiered tray brings a little bit of Christmas spirit to the space. What do you like most about this tray?

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    Christmas Decorations - 1776 Faux Farmhouse Tiered Tray
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