Do you have a little bucket or pot? Save it, either spray paint it
or glitz it up with some glitter. I added some silver, gold and purple
twigs and glamour to my decorative vessel and gave our mantle
Tip-Save decorative floral for next year-never throw them away!
I love pine cones, I collect them on my walks and save them. These
huge pine cones I have had for many years. They used to hang on a
wreath, but I wanted to give them a new look and incorporate
paperwhites into my Holiday decor. So this year I nestled my paper
whites and pinecones together for a seasonal arrangement.
Tip-Don't be shy about reworking old wreaths and
arrangements-mix different objects together for interesting
For many of us our Christmas Tree is the largest part of our
decorating. It should be a reflection of you. Don't ever be shy about
choosing decorations that you like.
Tip- Be you and add decorations which you enjoy, combine
treasured ornaments of the past with trends you like now.
Presto-the burlap became the magical garland I was looking for!
Tip- Be creative, let your imagination be your guide.
Incorporate treasured old Photographs into your Holiday decorating.
These are some old black and white photos of Elk taken in the
1950's by my Dad. I purchased some simple silver frames to create
a nostalgic theme on my white chippy entry table.
Tip-Old photos add interest, warmth, charm and grace to our
homes. Christmas is a time to remember family and this is a
very special way to bring generations together.
Please Join Me~
Savvy Southern Style