Good Morning everyone! I have been missing for a few days, but I am happy to be on my blog today. I am happy to share with you 7 ways to create Homemade Christmas Decorating for this year. I know Thanksgiving is still on it’s way. But, as I explained to my Facebook followers, between the next few weeks I am going to be vacillating between Thanksgiving and Christmas posts. I LOVE Thanksgiving SO much. BUT I also get excited for Christmas.
Creating a homemade Christmas is my favorite way to decorate. I like using what I have and transforming it into Christmas with spending very little.
I have seven ideas for YOU to have a Homemade Christmas this year.
I used my muffin tin and tart tins for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Filling them with candles and red bells is a great way to add a Christmas look to any table or mantel.
Fill a vintage box with greenery, berries, snowflakes and candles for a centerpiece.
Both ideas are simple and don’t cost hardly anything if you use what you already have. And ideal for Homemade Christmas Decorating.
Make a NEW wreath using a thrifted wreath, like I did here. With silver paint and tiny mirrors I was able to create a classic, yet elegant Christmas wreath.
Make a one of a kind ornament using a food skewer. Yep, you read that right, I used a skewer to make a Christmas tree ornament or door hanger. SUPER easy, and I used what I had on hand.
Hang a vintage ladder, and add your favorite Christmas ornaments. These ornaments happen to be made by my grandma. To add more texture and creativity, add branches and twinkle lights. It will give any room a nice, cozy Christmas feel.
Make your own “snowglobe” by filling a mason jar with faux snow. Then use your creativity to create a Winter scene.
The vintage blue jars always look pretty for Christmas, don’t they?
Finding some sticks outside, I put them in my demi-john bottle. I made my own Christmas “tree”, just by adding ornaments. Easy peasy.
I hope you have been inspired today. It is always fun to share my own ideas for Homemade Christmas Decorating. It takes just a little imagination and your own taste or style.
Thanks for stopping by and making my day even brighter!