Christmas Front Porch

Christmas Front Porch

Good morning, dear readers! Today, I am joining my sweet and talented blogging friends to bring you our porches decked out for Christmas. This fun event is being hosted by my friend, Amber, at Follow the Yellow Brick Home. You will find links to all of the participants at the end of this post. If you are visiting from Linda’s blog, Itsy Bits and Pieces, welcome. I am so happy that you stopped by for a visit!

Not a lot has changed from last year’s porch. Every year, I say that I am going to create a new garland, but I tend to just make repairs to the old one with a little hot glue and fluffing.

I am very traditional in my holiday decorating. I love using things that hold memories for me and my family. Every Christmas season you will find these soldiers standing guard at my front door. They belonged to my grandparents.

I’m loving all of the plaid that is trending right now in home decor and fashion.

This English Country bench also resides on my porch. I like to change the pillows to accompany each season.

Flanking the bench are little Christmas trees and sweet grapevine angels.

A magnolia wreath hangs on the window above the bench.

 

 

Thanks so much for stopping by my sweet friends! Next up on the tour is Carol from Art and Sand. She has the prettiest seaside cottage. I know you will enjoy your visit. Take care and have a blessed day!!!

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  Between Naps on the Porch – A Stroll Thru Life –

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20 Comments

  1. Such a beautiful welcome!

  2. Your Christmas porch looks stunning, Shannon! I love that you use the nutcracker soldiers that belonged to your grandparents.

  3. Penny at Enjoying The Simple Things

    Love the nutcrackers and the plaid!

  4. Tartan mixed with greenery is my all-time favorite. It truly looks lovely. May your days be merry and bright!

  5. Shannon, you know how much I love your traditional style of decorating with a French twist. Your porch greets your guests with a warm welcome. I love decor with memories attached, so much more meaningful than just buying the newest and latest trend! The grapevine angels are lovely! Happy Tuesday my friend 🎄

  6. Shannon, your front porch only invites one to imagine the beauty of Christmas waiting inside. It is so lovely. Your soldiers are proud to guard as I am certain your grandparents are happy you enjoy them. Your garland is so pretty all-around your gorgeous front door. Wishing you a lovely day, sweet friend.🎄

  7. Shannon, your wreath and garlands are gorgeous! I love all the pops of red and of course the plaid pillows and ribbons. I’ve noticed it a lot this season too. It feels so cheery and festive. The soldiers from your grandparents are super cool! I know you must think of them every time you walk in and out of the door. They’re just fabulous and what a sweet way to start the day! Hugs, CoCo

  8. I think it’s fun to change things, but also equally important to maintain tradition, so I’m all about fluffing and reglueing! Your entry is so welcoming, it beckons you to want to peek inside for more Christmas decor! Love the pillows on your bench and the nutcrackers!

  9. Oh I love that you have your grandparents’ soldiers! This is a beautiful entry Shannon – you work wonders with your glue gun! 🙂 Happy Holidays to you and yours! 💗

  10. Your style is lovely and I just love all the plaids I am seeing this Christmas

  11. I totally get having good intentions of getting new garland but ending up with fluffing and fixing. This year I’m not fooling with it. I’ve always loved your porch and those little soldiers from you grandparents are precious. I would use them each change I got. Everything looks beautiful.

  12. I love the plaid and your porch. So pretty.

  13. The soldiers are so precious, like happy sentinels greeting everyone. I love sentimental things and you have done a beautiful job decorating your porch. Love it all!

  14. Oh I love this, Shannon! The little soldiers are my favorite part…how wonderful you have them!

  15. Beautiful traditional porch decor and I love that you put those soldiers out every year. Your garland over the door is so welcoming. Now I want to switch mine out to something more substantial! So nice to hop with you again!
    Cheers!
    Shelley

  16. Shannon, I am loving all of your festive plaid ribbon. Your porch looks lovely! Have a beautiful Christmas season! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  17. Your porch looks perfect for welcoming the holidays Shannon! You know I love vintage and traditions so those vintage nutcrackers stole my heart, and I am always mad for plaid so I am loving all your plaid touches, The magnolia wreath is stunning too!

    Thank you so much for joining the hop. Merry Christmas!

  18. Shannon your front porch is stunning! I love your sweet Christmas soldiers by the front door and the fact that they belonged to your Grandparents! Your porch area is just perfection!

  19. Your porch and door looks so gorgeous Shannon. I’ve always dreamed of doing a swag around my door, but haven’t taken on the challenge yet! Yours is so beautiful, I’m sue wishing I had!! Maybe next year!! You are inspiring me!

  20. So fun to have the blow molds that were your grandparents. I love things that have a sentimental connection! Happy holidays!!
    hugs,
    Jann

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