Goooooood morning and happy Monday! Are we all bright-eyed and busy-tailed this morning? Or more like stressed and overwhelmed because Christmas is only ONE week away. One week! Are you ready?? I’m definitely ready if you consider all things other than shopping. Ready to eat lots of delicious food? Yes. Ready to drink copious amounts of egg nog? Yes. Ready to watch the Christmas Story on repeat all day long? Yes. But I’m definitely not ready when it comes to all the gifts I still need to buy. Not at all. I don’t even want to talk about all the shopping I still have to do because it just stresses me out and makes me mad at myself for being such a last minute shopper. I mean, what kind of ridiculous person still has tons of shopping to do one week out from Christmas?! I’m not proud of it. But I’m sure it will all get done just in the knick of time. Besides, Christmas isn’t about gifts. It’s about the birth of our Savior and that’s what really matters, right?! Yessssss. Anyway, here I am rambling on and I should probably get to today’s post, which is all about our simple farmhouse winter porch. I actually wanted to put a simple porch together that would last through Christmas and into winter, so this is what I came up with!
I have two of these vintage sleds, so I grabbed one out of the shed and propped it up in this old red wagon. It actually fits perfectly in this corner with the old door and I just love all the vintage goodness happening here!
That cute little St. Nick’s Christmas bucket was actually a find my sweet neighbor got for me. I was excited to use it on our porch, but once Christmas is over I’ll just turn it around so the holiday part isn’t facing the front. Then it’s just a winter bucket, right?!
Our “porch” is really more like a little stoop, but I always look forward to styling it as each season comes and goes. I like to keep it pretty simple, epecially since I don’t have much space to work with, but it’s always fun. And I think this look will take me right on into winter, so I plan on leaving it out for several more weeks. I mean, what’s not to love about an old wagon, a vintage sled, and an antique door? All good things.
Thanks for stopping in today! Here are a few more winter decor posts you might enjoy: