Second Lady Karen Pence Unveils Christmas Decorations at Vice President’s Residence

Second Lady Karen Pence has revealed the Christmas decorations adorning the Vice President’s residence.

Bringing in the month of December, Karen Pence has shared photos of the beautiful Christmas displays at the VP’s residence.

The dining room displays a wonderfully decorated fireplace mantel and tree.

In the foyer, a Christmas tree stands in the nook. The decorations on this tree were created by participants in the Art Therapy Program at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. Nutcrackers stand guard on each side of the tree.

A gingerbread house designed as a replica of the Vice President’s residence. The house is made of more than 100 pounds of gingerbread, candy, and icing!

A nativity scene is also on display in the foyer.

Metallic stars hang in the living room and wreaths decorate the windows. Garland drapes the mirror in the living room along with Christmas flowers on the tables.

Garland drapes the fireplace mantel in the library with candles and pine cones decorating the mantel. Nutcrackers and miniature Christmas trees sit on the bookshelves.

A Christmas tree inside the library is decorated with ornaments that recognize the Pence’s pets, Harley, Hazel, and Pickle.

A Christmas tree dedicated to military service members and veterans stands in the sunroom. Each branch of the U.S. military is represented with ornaments made by family members of the military.

Such wonderful displays of festivity at the VP’s residence – President Trump was right when he said we’d be saying “Merry Christmas” again!

Photo credit: WhiteHouse.gov

 

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