It’s the most wonderful time of the year … to go all out on the best Christmas decorations for your home design!
Reorganize the Bookshelf
Wrap books with leftover wrapping paper for pretty spines, or swap in wintry prints and festive figurines.
Draw on Snowflakes
Use a washable-paint marker to add fluttery flakes to a mirror. Festive stockings — attached to a faux garland — and a tassel basket holds plenty of goodies.
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Choose a Charlie Brown Tree
Bigger isn’t always better. A tiny tree brings plenty of cheer, and it’s easier for kids to decorate. Just maybe put the more fragile ornaments somewhere else …
Cut Out a Tree Skirt
You don’t even have to pull out the sewing machine for this easy technique. Just fold and snip craft store felt for a quick scalloped cover.
String Up a Starry Sky
A mix of paper, metal and wood stars in various sizes and shapes hung with twine acts as a three-dimensional gallery wall. You can leave it up all winter!
Dress Up the Couch
When the season calls for snuggling up to the couch and watching Christmas movies, you don’t want to skimp on the throw pillows.
Set a Festive Table
Your holiday breakfast needs this adorable set of matching reindeer plates. Rudolph would approve.
Step Up the Entryway
If there are too many ornaments for the tree, add the extras to an evergreen garland. Drape greenery along a doorway or banister, then hang ornaments from ribbon loops and insert berry branches for pops of color.
Restyle the Coffee Table
Mix the traditional candy dish and dress up a plain tray with peppermint puffs. Light a few candles and your centerpiece is complete.
Deck the Front Stoop
Stack two wreaths on the front door and connect them with fishing line. Add bows, birch logs, warm blankets and other hits of cheer. You can also make your own welcome bouquet by placing extra boughs and tree trimmings in a basket. We tucked in glitter stars on sticks!
Hang Christmas cards to make you smile as you pass by a festive staircase.
And have a Wonderful Christmas!
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