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Festive Red and White Christmas Porch

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This year I have created a festive red and white Christmas porch.

You are in for a treat today. Not only will you get to see my festive red and white Christmas porch, you will also get to tour 9 other fabulous Christmas porches. Our design blogging friends have done such a beautiful job! A big thank you to our friend Amy of Atta Girls Says for hosting this wonderful, annual tour.

If you happened to see my Christmas tree post or my Christmas mantel decor, then you know that this year I decorated with red and white. I continued this theme for my front porch as well.

The pops of red look so inviting at the front door.

This oversized wreath has hung on my front door for the past five years now. Depending on my mood or decor theme, it has had different color ornaments. Blue, silver, gold and now bright red.

It’s all about the stripes

The red and white striped ribbon seems so fun and festive. Almost like a candy cane.

How cute is this pencil Santa?

My sweet dad made these for all of his adult kids way back in 1999. He is super talented!

My sweet Santa had been in storage for the past few years. I am so glad that I get to decorate with him again. He is definitely a sentimental treasure!

No front door decor is complete without a pretty doormat. This plaid cutie was purchased at Home Depot a few years ago.

Traditional Christmas Porch welcome mat

I am super happy with how my Christmas front porch turned out this year. Hopefully, you like it too!

Don’t forget to pin this to your favorite Pinterest board!

Now lets see what my talented friends have created!

Be sure to visit all the participating bloggers for festive decorating inspiration for your porches and sunrooms.

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10 Comments

  1. Thanks so much for being part of the Christmas porch tour again this year! I love all those beautiful pops of red! You can never have too many big bows, right! And the Santa your dad made is fabulous. I bet it’s a hit with little kids, too.

  2. Your Christmas porch is decorated beautifully. I love the striped ribbon that you used and the wonderful Santa that your dad made.

  3. Red and white is my Christmas happy color and I absolutely LOVE your darling porch! Those bows are beautiful and I love that you added one to your topiary too! That little Santa is precious, how sweet to have something your dad made and to enjoy it again!

  4. Red and white is my favorite color combo for Christmas and that ribbon really stands out! I love that you used an oversized wreath on the door too – what a statement! So happy to join the tour with you this year. Merry Christmas!!

  5. I adore all of your red and white accents. That striped ribbon really makes everything so festive. Such a cozy and welcoming porch.

  6. Your porch looks great! I adore the oversized wreath and that you use it over and over!
    You’re so lucky to have a treasure that your dad made. I know it’s so special to you!

    Merry Christmas!

  7. Love the candy cane stripes! Those garlands and the wreath are awesome! I love that you incorporated the Santa your dad made into it! It was fun hopping with you, hope you have a Merry Christmas!

  8. That red and white striped ribbon is so eye-catching! I love oversized wreaths too and yours is so pretty. I love that you were able to incorporate your pencil Santa back into your decor. He’s too cute!

  9. I love how you decorated your front entry. The homemade Santa that your dad made is definitely a treasure. It really makes the entry so warm and welcoming. That red and white striped ribbon is everything! Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a blessed new year.

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