Christmas Dessert Table in the Dining Room

I’ve always said that since becoming a mom, Christmas is even more special as I watch my little ones experience the joys of the holiday for the first time. We bake cookies together and listen to Christmas music and wrap gifts and hang ornaments on the tree and write letters to Santa and drive around at night looking at Christmas lights… so many traditions and memories we make during this wonderful time of year. I think as parents we want to make these moments as special as possible for our kids, and as I started decorating our dining room for Christmas this week, I decided to skip the fancy table setting and surprise the boys with something totally magical and very memorable!

This adorable dessert table is perfect for the holidays and kids! Celebrate Christmas with gingerbread houses, a donut tree, festive cakes, cookies and more!

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Hi, sweet friends! In just a few short weeks it will be one year since the release of my first book, A Touch of Farmhouse Charm, and it's hard to believe time has flown by so quickly. It feels like just yesterday I was signing my contract and spending the next five months up to my eyeballs in a complete kitchen renovation, creating seventy new projects for the book, using every spare second I had to write tutorials and working on styling and … [Continue reading...]


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Step inside this beautiful farmhouse and discover a winter wonderland themed kitchen decorated for Christmas with simple touches of greenery and winter charm!

I have to admit that of all the decorating I do and posts I create all year long, the ones for the Christmas season are my absolute favorite, and the time has come to start sharing my holiday home with you! I love this time of year so much that I barely made it through Halloween before I started pulling out the ornaments and garlands and twinkling lights, and I am so excited to be joining an amazing group of 16 bloggers again this year as we take … [Continue reading...]


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Lately I've been thinking about how over the years my idea of holiday and seasonal decorating has changed quite a bit. I remember growing up my mom would go all out decorating for fall with pumpkins and scarecrows and ghosts and jack-o-lanterns and candy corn. No shelf, tabletop, counter, or wall space was left undecorated... not even an inch. So when I finally had my own house to decorate that's what I did too. Each season I would pull out boxes … [Continue reading...]