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. . . .
Putting together a Christmas tablescape is always one of my favorite holiday decorating pleasures. Using a lovely iced pinecone swag as the centerpiece puts the focus on the colors of nature. . . .
Make these easy DIY Buffalo Check Farmhouse Ornaments using gift bags and dollar store beads. It's a budget friendly way to create your own ornaments. . . .