We finally had our first snow day of the school year. I say finally because in one month, we’ve had 25 inches of snow. Needless to say, I was ready. This gave me some extra time to actually get outside and photograph our front porch. I impaled my ankle with some ice, and I froze my fingers to the bone. This is what I do for you.
It’s quite the classic house, so I keep it pretty standard. As much greenery as I can gather and some red accents to catch attention from the road.
I have always made my own winter urns, but I wanted some extra height this year. I was determined to find some birch branches for free, but it just wasn’t happening. I spent $16 on some at a local garden center. Not bad, but I was really hoping for free.
The rest is from my backyard. If you follow along on Instagram, you know that can be a pretty walk. And a cold one. I don’t know what’s in there. I just grabbed lots of clippings from every tree and plugged them in as I saw fit.
I’m loving how natural they look. More importantly, I’m loving how inexpensive they were. One of the perks of being buried in snow, I guess.
I’ll have to come back to show the whole shot of the Christmas house, I guess. The icy conditions were not on my side today. Off to ice (ironic) my ankle.