Friday, 1 January 2016

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

Happy New Year! I hope 2016 will bring us all good things!

Today is Part 2 of my Christmas Room Tour of 2015!

If you missed Part 1, here it is!

Continuing from where we left off, here is a display I have with a pink chair:

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

Wooden Moose: Local hardware store

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

Santa Sign: Dollarama

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

On my bed:

Red and white quilt: Hart
Car pillow: Wal-Mart
White pillow: charity shop
Red and white pillow case: Rossy

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

This little felt decoration I found near my apartment in Paris last year. In a way it's sad because a little one made it and lost it, but in a way, I'll cherished it all my life because of the memory and its cuteness :)

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

On my nightstand:

Tree plate: Winners
Nutella book: From a flea market in Paris
Wooden Santa: really old, bought it when I was young
Wooden star: from a charity shop
Silver wooden star: from a local furniture store

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

European Tree: IGA
London Snowglobe: Homesense
Candle: Homesense
Vintage Santa mug: charity shop

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

Then let's move on to my windowsill!

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

Gingerbread decoration: Maisons du monde

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

Angel candleholder: charity shop
Solar reindeer: Dollarama
Berry garland: Dollarama
Star fairy lights: Maisons du Monde
Votive holder: charity shop

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

Star ornament: Canadian Tire

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

Gingerbread Lady: K├Ąte Wohlfhart in Rothenburg, Germany

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 2

Vintage Felt Santa: charity shop

Hope you liked my tour! If you want more, check out my 2012 Christmas Room Tour!

Monday, 28 December 2015

Christmas Room Tour 2015 Part 1

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

I hope you all had a Merry Christmas!

Seeing the month is almost over, I finally got a few minutes during daytime to snap my room all decked for Christmas!

This year I wanted a Scandi theme, which turned out to be half Scandi and half Woodland.

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

This Stocking is from Dollorama!

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

Santa Wax Warmer: Canadian Tire
Owl Luminary: Bath & Body Works
Stag Head Candle Holder: Local Hardware Store
Wooden Tree: Local Hardware Store

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

Snowflake Ornament: Scentsy
Vintage Tea Cup: Charity shop (it was a set of four, but I broke two, :( Oh Well...)
Green Tree Lights: Dollarama

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

Reindeer: Homesense
Gingerbread Garland: Canadian Tire

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

Red Wooden Basket: Had this since childhood
Tree Lantern: Homesense

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

Decorated Tree: Wal-Mart
Nutcraker: From my stocking!
Mercury Glass Candle Holder: Canadian Tire
Candle: Homesense
Red Star Lights: Dollarama
Dog: Victoria's Secret a few years ago
Eiffel Tower Ornament: Homesense

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

Fox Ornament: Local Hardware Store

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

Red Lantern: Vintage, from my Dad
White Lantern: Dollarama
Wooden Tree: Canadian Tire

MsBubu Christmas Room tour 2015 Part 1

Since this post is photo heavy, I will keep the rest for tomorrow! I'm now leaving you with a teaser pic from my quilt!

Do you decorate your bedroom? What theme or colours did you go for this year?

Monday, 16 November 2015

Pray for Paris


We all know by now what happened on Friday night in Paris. Words cannot describe what I think.

I was there at that time last year and even though I could feel social tension, I have never felt unsafe in the city, even coming back alone at 3 am.

This makes me think that this can happen anywhere, any time and we must not give into terror. I remember 9/11, people were saying that the world would not travel by plane anymore. We didn't give in. We must not give in. 

In the meantime my prayers are with my French friends, and their loved ones. They are all safe, but I hope they also feel safe.