Are you crafting for Christmas in July? It's a great time to put together some easy Christmas DIY projects. These Sand Dollar Christmas Ornaments are perfect for a coastal tree. You can make these using collected sand dollars or buying craft shells. Turn them into coastal beauties with paint to . . .
It's Christmas in July and a great time to do some Christmas crafting to get a head start on the holidays! This DIY Christmas Sign is easy to make using thrift store find wall art, paint, and vinyl. This easy to make Most Wonderful Time of the Year Sign goes perfectly with any coastal Christmas . . .
Every year, I make an ornament for the year to go on our family memories Christmas tree. This year, I wanted it to reflect the year that has been like no other. My simple 2020 DIY Ornament reminds us that home is truly a special place. . . .
Use a dollar store frame for an easy Christmas Craft. Combine a gift box and a frame for a pretty holiday decor piece. . . .
Do you love Santa Hat Wreaths? I've seen lots of variations of them over the years, but I've never made one. The one I made doesn't use a Santa hat, though. . . .
Using mixed metals for a pretty Christmas vignette is a great way to get a unique look for holiday decor. . . .
Using Shades of Blue Christmas Decor sets a lovely scene on our breakfast table and nook. I've combined some coastal touches to make this spot bright and cheery. . . .
If you love coastal Christmas Decor and budget friendly crafts, you can make your own Sea Shell Tree on Wood. Use a thrift store find for a low cost project. . . .
Adding faux greenery to our mantel and hearth is a perfect way to add Christmas decor to our family room. This room doesn't have a tree, so the mantel and hearth become the holiday focal point for the room. . . .
Turn a Christmas Easel into a fun Christmas Countdown Chalkboard. Do you love marking off the days to count down to Christmas? Using a chalkboard is an easy way to change the number each day. . . .