Pine cones appear everywhere and are easy to gather in the fall or winter. As free and natural materials for craft projects, they come in different sizes and have lots of uses when decorating the home.
DIY Snow covered pinecones- an easy and beautiful way to add that flocked look to pinecones for wreaths and ornaments and for other Christmas and Winter decor like filling a bowl, and adding to a mantel or tablescape. So glad to be here again! This is Cami from TIDBITS, here to share a seasonal decor project that could...Read More
It’s Christmas Home Tour time! Are you still loving seeing homes decorated for Christmas, or are you over it? I hope you’re not over it because I’ve got a lot of photos for you today. I’ll include a full source list at the end of the post. This year is probably my most simple Christmas […]
The past few weeks I’ve been working on some handmade snowflake ornaments over at the local pottery studio. I’m planning on giving some of these as Christmas gifts, although they turned out better than I expected, and now I’m tempted to keep them all for myself! These were about as easy to make as sugar […]
This project by reader Jaime of Caught in Grace blog is not only a good idea, it’s a great idea for me in particular because, like her, I still have most of my Halloween pumpkins. Instead of throwing them out, why not put them to work in your holiday decor?Jaime created her version of Frosty the Snowman using four pumpkins and a few odds and ends around the house. How cute is Frosty standing there next to that roaring fire?
Christmas decoration is exactly what will change the lives of your home, to bring a little magic into your home while the days darken more and earlier. To bring a little more light, light strings have a little bit everywhere. In the evening, enjoy and a subdued atmosphere! It’s simple as a Christmas decoration to …