Have you seen the tutorials out there for creating antlers from clay? Maybe like Angie from The Country Chic Cottage you’ve loved the look but simply didn’t have a home for faux antlers. This DIY wreath is the perfect way to put those antlers on display! Angie’s wreath is every bit as gorgeous as her [...Read More]
One thing Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict loves about the Thanksgiving season is displaying one of her most prized possessions – the dough bowl she inherited from her grandmother. The bowl serves as the centerpiece of Debbie’s Thanksgiving table each year, and as Debbie says, “This year the old gal is sporting a very stylish look…inspired by Pottery Barn!” Debbie opted for a more natural look, surrounding her birch bark candles with pinecones, acorns, and leaves. I love how Debbie has been able to incorporate this sentimental piece into her seasonal décor!
Combining metallics with natural items seems to be the trend for holiday decorating this year. Jen from Tatertots and Jello brings those two elements together beautifully with these gold pinecone topiaries she created for I Heart Naptime’s Crazy Christmas Event. Jen simply glued mini pinecones to Styrofoam cone forms and then spray painted them for a glitzy gold finish. Are you totally digging gold too this holiday season???
Happy December to you! I am kicking it into full-on Christmas decorating mode this weekend. If you still are searching for inspiration, here’s a quickie project from Christa at Brown Sugar Toast you could probably whip up after a walk outside. Christa glued some pinecones to a red satin ribbon, and voila – beautiful and natural Christmas décor!
Hurricane jars are a staple when it comes to decorating and can easily be altered to fit the season. These double tiered hurricanes from Kelli and Kristi from Lolly Jane Boutique are twice the fun, allowing you display your favorite vase filler and decorative candle. It’s the best of both worlds! The girls simply stacked [...Read More]