I have a girl crush and her name is Jen! She has the most fun sense of style and is not afraid to use color in her home. I especially love her festive home during the holidays so today’s Eclectic Home Tour of Tatertots and Jello takes us into her home all decked out for Christmas. I am especially excited to share some favorite Christmas DIY ideas created by Jen and hope they will inspire you to get creative in your own home.
Jen moved into an 1891 cottage in Salt Lake City a couple of years ago and has been working her makeover magic on it ever since.
Paper snowflakes and colorful ornament wreaths (not to mention the fun pink front door) create a porch that is sure to land Jen on the nice list.
Wreaths are also a speciality of Jens and she has fun creating them for every season. This DIY embroidery hoop ornament wreath hung on the front door is a stunner.
When Jen spotted a similar doormat at Anthropologie, she knew she could create the look with a little craft paint and I love her version more than the original!
Get her tips for making this painted All is Bright doormat here.
This once blank wall got a major transformation with shiplap and the addition of an electric fireplace that is Santa approved!
I’m always impressed with Jen’s mantels in every season but especially at Christmas. She shares how to make these colorful tissue paper trees that remind me of a more whimsical version of bottle brush trees.
I love how Jen nestled little bottle brush trees in her little Christmas tree on the table!
A kitchen worthy of Mrs. Claus!
Paper bag snowflakes and string lights really pop against black shiplap!
I’ve always wanted to host a gingerbread house making party and when I saw Jen’s table, it made me want to do it even more!
How cute is that little Gingy with a bite taken out of his leg!
The butler’s pantry gets a few colorful Christmas additions.
Jen decked out her tree in colorful DIY wood and tassel ornaments and she shares how to make them here.
How fun is this ladder Christmas card holder!
Even the laundry room gets decked out for the holiday season!
If you’re lucky enough to get a gift from Jen, you know it’s going to be beautifully wrapped!
Making these fun star shaped clay and baking soda ornaments would be such a fun family activity.
She even created these cute embroidery hoop gift toppers.
Even the back porch is decked out for Christmas!
Be sure to visit Jen at Tatertots and Jello to see more of her charming 1891 cottage in every season.