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Christmas Dreaming at the Farm

I'm dreaming of  Christmas at the farm...

Because Christmas is better on the farm...

A tractor filled with fresh cut trees,


The Christmas tree with a rustic, woodland  theme,

vintage look postcards
burlap snowflake topper

The stockings hung from the vintage hay fork,

The fireplace with a rustic, simple look,
metal trees from Canton
theater seat wreath


Horse shoe wreath in red frame I bought in Canton

The bedrooms with festive touches,
Master bedroom with Canton snowmen
Guest room with deer pull toy and plate from my visit with Cecilia at My Thrift Store Addiction 
hand towel tied onto pillow
3rd metal tree from Canton - the blue is a perfect match for the guest room

The kitchen wreath with cookie cutters,

and nutcracker,

And the bathroom with Scrabble letters wishing a Merry Christmas and


the red truck carrying its Christmas tree ,

All leave me dreaming of my farmhouse Christmas!





Comments

  1. It all looks awesome Cecilia! Christmas at the Farm does look wonderful! Will you be spending it there this year? Have a wonderful Friday and weekend!

    Hugs, Vicky

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  2. And I can understand why you have such wonderful dreams, Cecilia! Christmas on your farm looks so warm and inviting - have a very Merry Christmas, dear!

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  3. The B Farm is looking quite festive and fabulous! So much eye candy. I hope you get to spend a lot of time at the farm this Christmas. It looks like a very happy place to be.

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  4. adorable Christmas Home tour!
    Merry Christmas...
    have a wonderful time at the farm.

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  5. I helped you get to spend Christmas at your beloved farm Cecilia! I remember so many of these pretty items from past posts. They have all come together so nicely, making your farm feel cozy and so 'you'.

    xxx

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  6. Hi Cecilia,
    Wow, I love it all...love the country decorating so much!
    The cookie cutters added to your wreath, what a great idea!
    That chef nutcracker is so cute!
    I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!
    Hugs, Kimberley

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