Sunday, December 16, 2007

Come see Come see....

Christmas Tour of Homes

This year for Christmas I didn't go all out like normally. I am extremely busy with every thing else, But I still think are tree is really pretty.

Here is my skinny but tall tree, I have no room in my living room for it so It works out great..
I love this... My ceiling fan.
Our enormous stockings That I actually don't fill I just got for decorations. I had to i found them at the dollar store. hahahahaha
This is my hutch in my kitchen, I planned to make it a lot better but never got around to it. It is filled with all my villages.
This is my favorite piece, It was my mom's when i was really little. You can wind it up and they will skate....

Okay I hope you all liked them

Oh my I almost for got to tell you my favorite recipe.... I make this every single Christmas and every one makes me give them some So I make a lot of batches and plan for a lot... It is really just that good to.

Puppy Chow
3/4 cup peanut butter
1 cup chocolate chips
1/4 cup butter
8 cups Checks cereal
2 cups powdered sugar

Melt chocolate chips, peanut butter, and butter ,
Mix in cereal, But it all in a paper bag, Put the powder sugar in the bag and shack till You cover it all.

hmm hmm hmm

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KC said...

very pretty, Thank you for the tour
Merry Christmas

mammacheryl said...

I love puppy chow as well... I loved the hats on your ceiling fan. Very inventive. Thanks for inviting me over. Merry Christmas.

Donna Boucher said...

Love your whimsical blue fluffy balls on your tree.
I'll bet your pretty cat loves those :o)

Tammy said...

Oh, I loved visiting you for the first time and seeing your wonderful Christmas tour. I think you did a great job for being so busy! What a fun idea about the stockings on the ceiling fan...I would never have thought of that!
And I love your village collection! How special to have that one of your mom's!
You know...that puppy chow recipe I think my girls would love to make with me- I never heard of it! I think we'll really try it...thanks so much!
Come visit my very humble abode when you can...Blessings!

Crooked Eyebrow said...

I love puppy chow!

Wonderful tour! Merry Christmas!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

I loved your skinny tree. It's beautiful and I laughed so hard at the Santa hats on the fan. Going to try the puppy chow. Thank you for the tour. ~ Lynn

Stacie said...

omg LOVE the hats on the fan, that is just TOO cute!

Your house looks great!!! Thanks for sharing!

Miss G said...

Patti, thanks for stopping by earlier to visit! I really, really like your ceiling fan! Very creative! Have a very merry Christmas! Kelly

JennaG said...

Your tree is beautiful. I love the tall skinny kind. I make the puppy chow too, only we call it reindeer chow! Merry Christmas.

Becky said...

I remember one of those skating on a mirror music things when I was young. I am not sure who it belonged to. But I remember.

And your puppy chow sounds very yummy.

We could not put hats on our ceiling fans as we live in the south and use them all year round. Even on Christmas!!

Merry, Merry!!

Hootin' Anni said...


My holiday slide show tour is THIS WAY

[ps I love the photo below too of your kitty]

Brea said...

LOVE the skating rink! I always wanted one of those!

Lady Why said...

That recipe sounds terrific!! And, I love the stockings!! Thanks for the tour and stopping by my blog!

KarenHarveyCox said...

Merry Christmas and thank you for the tour. Your home is lovely and I wish you a lovely Christmas too. Blessings, Karen

Mari said...

I have a tall skinny tree too. I like your ceiling fan decorations. Puppy chow is great!Thanks for the tour!

Phillips Family said...

Very cute! I love puppy chow..yum, yum!

Southern Heart said...

Very lovely! I love what you did with the ceiling fan...that's so clever!

Merry Christmas,


Gattina said...

Everthing looks very nice !

Michelle said...

Oh thanks for sharing the puppy chow recipe:)thank you for the blog visit.the santa hats are hysterical.haha.
Merry Christmas

Sandra said...

Love it, thank you for the tour :)

I love the villages :)

Lolly said...

I love the idea with the ceiling fan. Too much fun! Merry Christmas.

Anonymous said...

First one I 've seen decorating a ceiling fan- creative. :)
Merry Christmas to you and yours!!

Elaine A. said...

Thanks for the Puppy Chow recipe, I have been wanting to look that up so I could make some. Merry Christmas!