IKEA Christmas Tree in Entry

December 24, 2013 by 12 Comments

If you were to stop by for a visit this is what you would see as you walked in the door — my little IKEA Christmas Tree.  I recently added the dresser because I needed more storage for my children’s games and puzzles.  It’s nice to have another surface to add Christmas, too!   I’d love something unique in this space, so eventually the dresser will end up in the guest room.  For now I’m thankful for the storage, I have no idea when I’ll stumble on that fun statement piece.

Christmas Decorations @ItsOverflowing

Does this tree look familiar!?  I have a similar one in Little B’s room, with red whimsical ornaments.  And I showed a bit of it a few weeks ago when I was hosting a Silhouette giveaway!

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A little peek at the front door…

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…a close up pic to see what’s hanging on the door knob,  DIY Felt Mistletoe.

Make Mistletoe from Felt ItsOverflowing

…and on the mirror.

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Joy to the World — The Lord is Come — Let earth receive her King!

(Thanks to my silhouette machine for adding  a touch of Christmas to my entry).

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And to finish off my simple Christmas entry, a homemade pine cone garland and yummy HomeGoods store candle!

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I so wish you were coming for a real visit!!!  Maybe one of these days, but for now I’ll try to show a few more pics of my house at Christmastime – enjoy lots of time with close family and friends!!!

Christmas Decor Ideas (HERE)

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12 Responses to “IKEA Christmas Tree in Entry”
  1. I adore your entry and that little tree is so cute. Searched the Ikea website and couldn’t find. Maybe next year:(

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