Saturday, December 20, 2014

Christmas Front Porch

Good morning!  Today, I'm sharing pictures of my front porch.  The drawers are from an old sewing machine - I fill them with different things, depending on the holiday or season. 

An old sled and ice skates.  

My favorite Christmas wreath ever - $15.00 at Costco!

Emily and I are doing a little Christmas shopping today.  Only 5 days left!


Jackie said...

I have always loved the old sleigh you use on your porch.

You have a wonderful Christmas.

God bless.

Teri said...

Dear Kelli ... your porch is very festive. I am enjoying browsing your past postings. Warmest Blessings ♥ Teri

Anonymous said...

Hi Kelli!
I was so very excited to see a new post from you! I am sorry about what you've been through. As I'm sure you know, God's light always shines brightest during our darkest times. Your blog was always a favorite source of beauty and inspiration to me. May you and your children have a very Merry Christmas!
God Bless,

Mrs.T said...

Beautiful as always, Kelli! Love that wreath. Gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

Very nice! I got my wreath at Costco too.

Merry Christmas,

Tori Leslie said...

As usual, love your decor! Happy Christmas!!!

Danielle said...

Merry Christmas Kelli! I was reminded of you the other day when I was making bread. I remembered that your blog was the place where I got my now used all the time bread recipe. I checked in and sorry to hear you got a divorce. I know how it is. I got a divorce too. Please continue to blog. Much love and happy new year 2015
Danielle and Annalise.

Laura Lane said...

Beautiful! Happy New Year from Harvest Lane Cottage!

Arlene Grimm said...

Kelli, I just found that you are blogging again!! I am glad you are back but sorry for all the trials you have been through. It is hard to believe that your children are teenagers now! I look forward to seeing all you have to share with us...I always enjoyed your style of decorating!! Happy New Year.

Karen Andreola said...

The sleigh, the skates, the Victorian children, the bird, the wreath - I like it all. I have memories of sleighing and ice skating during my "freezing" childhood in New Jersey. All of your decorations carry sentimentality for me. Beautifully arranged.

Jenn said...

I love your blog so much and am so inspired by it and you. I'm so glad to see new posts, though I was sad to see the reason for your break.

I look forward to seeing more from you :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Kelli, Happy New Year to you and all whom you love. I am also really looking forward to reading more of your inspiring blog posts in 2015.
Love and best wishes,