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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Have Yourself a Merry Little Kitschmas


On Saturday Derek had an art show at his tattoo shop entitled, "A Very Scary Christmas". Unfortunately I was too busy and didn't get any photos of the show, but it was a lovely time as always. I couldn't help, but be festive with a holiday themed sweater that I grabbed a Target. This is the way I cope with working retail, having a birthday in December and pretty much not really liking Christmas in general.....though Derek makes me to love kitschmas!


We started to decorate on Thanksgiving and it's been full blown kitschmas around This Old Goth Haus. It's technically our 3rd December at the house, but since we closed on the house on December 23rd in 2014, it is our 2nd official kitschmas and (soon-to-be) two year homeownership!


Candy canes and snowmen and wreaths, oh my!




I love my home so much, and I love filling it with warmth and memories with my amazing partner-in-crime. Derek always makes the holidays special and has turned my 'bah humbug' attitude into realizing holidays and celebrations don't have to be what is expected, rather it has become our own traditions and fun.

Thank you for reading, until next time!



14 comments:

  1. Have a very merry kitschmas! My spirit has gone bah humbug in light of the recent regime change.

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    1. Oh no, I am sorry to hear that! I am totally faking it until this season is over. Working retail can be a mood killer.

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  2. Love your kitchmas! a great way to do it your own way!

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  3. I love that vase! Your home sure does look warm and cozy!

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  4. I love some of your decor! I like to think that Christmas is about making your own traditions and having fun. Glad to see you happy and enjoying your home!

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    1. Thank you dear and I couldn't agree more!

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  5. love your jacket and the home decor! can't wait for xmas!!

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  6. Love your Christmas decorations and seeing you in your kitschmas sweater! Happy 2nd home anniversary!

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  7. The holidays can definitely be a difficult time of the year unfortunately. Nice job on the decorations!

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    1. This is true, so very true. (and thank you!)

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