Thanks for stopping by today. I am excited to share a few of my simple Christmas Decorating Ideas. I tend to lean towards sentimental Christmas decor. Things that have been handed down from one generation to the next.
Today I thought it would be fun to teach you How To Create a Christmas Tablescape. This can be as simple or as detailed as you want. This time I chose to use part of my husband’s snow globe collection as the focus. And yet, at the same time adding a few other sentimental Christmas decorating pieces for added interest.
Today’s Creative Christmas Link Party is hosted by Janet from Shabbyfufu. I have admired her style for years now. AND, you can see why, right?
If you like vintage, cottage, antique or farmhouse style, this is just for you.
Not only that, BUT this blog post is part of the 31 Days of Handmade Christmas Ornaments. If you are arriving here from Petticoat Junktion, Welcome! I am SO happy to have you here today. And, if you follow me on a regular basis, you KNOW how happy your visits make me.
With a little imagination, a few Christmas decorations, and your own home decor, you can have a stunning living room in no time at all.
To add a Winter vignette on my coffee table. I used a Christmas crystal wreath and a vintage oil can as the centerpiece. Adding a few greenery pieces, faux hydrangeas and mercury glass votives I had the Winter look I was hoping for.
I like the sage greenery which adds a softer Winter look and feel.
Oh my! Wooden bead garlands are all the rage in farmhouse home decor right now. I happen to win one in an Instagram contest. How fun is that? I like to use my wooden bead garland in all my decorating now.
Creating a pretty vignette on my coffee table turned out so pretty, with just a few Christmas decorations and what I already have in my home.
I found this 6 cup muffin tin at the thrift store. As soon as I saw it, my creative juices started flowing. There are MORE ideas right here.
Create a Winter Slumber Chalkboard with a beautiful frame and a cereal box. I know, sounds crazy, but it works perfectly.
Tiny little crystals add just a small touch of glitter and glimmer. I believe I bought these at Hobby Lobby.
To welcome your Winter guests, add crisp blue pots right outside your front door. Place evergreens in them, along with succulents and pine cones. For a fun touch, add a sweet red cardinal right on top.
What do you think you will try first?
Have a wonderful day and enjoy more Winter tips below.
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At Grandma and Grandpa’s house on Christmas Eve, our imaginations would go wild. As we sat by the Christmas tree with twinkling lights and the train going around and around the tree. The train whistle would blow and some how smoke would blow out of the stack.
It was magical and wondrous. Grandpa would play Christmas carols on the piano, the turkey was cooking in the oven and the rolls were rising on the counter.
The vintage pieces that I am drawn to are chippy, worn and colorful. Everything from colorful to faded and torn with some glitter thrown it there too.
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