Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Holiday Home Tour

The Noblesville Preservation Alliance offered a delightful holiday home tour. Inside, the homes were filled with gorgeous decorations. Outside, the intermittent snow completed the look. It was a picture postcard kind of a night.

We toured 5 fabulous homes. You might think, 5 homes may not take very long to see, but it wasn't just a quick tour of the homes; it was an experience. While enjoying the lovely Christmas decorations, we visited with the homeowners, learning about the history of the homes. There was also delicious food and drink, lively entertainment, and a chance to win a gift basket at each of the homes.

Sparkly Christmas trees provided a colorful focal point!

The bedrooms had little touches of Christmas too.

And a bathroom was adorned with this whimsical tree.

Unfortunately Dan wasn't there to join me under the mistletoe.

The live music added a nice touch by talented young artists!

I discovered Gluhwein - oh my, how delicious this mulled wine was...

This was one of the five wonderful feasts! We were bursting at the seams by the end of the night!

Mrs. Claus and Father Christmas gave us chocolates!

I won a British-themed gift basket. The hostess graciously delivered it to my home! 

The planners put a great deal of thought into making the tour a truly memorable one! I will remember it as one of the highlights of my holiday season!


  1. Patty, What a fun evening that must have been. I have never gone on a Christmas Home Tour. Congrats on the basket of goodies. Blessings to you, now let's think of Spring. :) xoxo, Susie

  2. How Fun Patty. What a great night for all of you to have. Glad you won a special basket too.
    Happy New Year.

  3. Hi Patty, what a beautiful holiday home tour. I bet there was so much history and stories to be told. In the summer I love garden tours. Happy New Year! Wishing you all the best in 2018.


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