Seven Christmas Mantels

11.28.2016

Today I'm sharing the seven Christmas mantels from my last seven years of blogging since I'm still away and can't decorate yet for this year. These will be new to my new readers and may inspire some ideas for your mantel and for my long time followers, too. For those who have been following a long time you will notice changes of the mantel color over the years. I hope to be going home tomorrow so I can start this year's decorating. You can click on the date under each photo to visit the old posts.








Have an awesome week!

10 comments:

  1. Loved all of you Christmas Past Mantels...looking forward to this year's mantel!

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  2. Kim, these are so lovely! My favorite is the trophy cup... :-) Hope you're feeling comfort with family. Your mantel will be waiting for you when you get back!

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  3. Kim, every mantel over the years s beautiful! You and your family remain in my prayers.

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  4. So cute! I think 2014 is my favorite.

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  5. It was fun to see your different mantels over the years.

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  6. Wow! I guess I have been following you for a LONG time, Kim. I remember all those mantles.

    On another note, I am really sorry to hear about your dad. No matter the age we are never prepared to lose a parent...especially at Holiday time. I hope you find some peace and rest during the upcoming days and weeks. xo Diana

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  7. I am not itching to start decorating, but we always wait until the beginning of December, even the towns and villages here have not turned on their lights yet. I love decorating the mantel, probably my favourite part of the house. Big hugs to you xx

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  8. So cute but I think 2014 is my favorite. I love the sweet deer. Looking forward to this years mantel.

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  9. I love the antlers and greens in the urn. Great ideas.

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  10. Fun tour down memory lane of your mantels. Safe travels.
    Kris

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