Although I have yet to start decorating, I keep pinning and pinning items on Pinterest for Christmas. And I can't wait to start decking the halls here. Today I am going to share with you some of my favorite pins for Christmas.
For Decorating:1. I am loving this easy, yet beautiful, ribbon star from Beyond The Picket Fence. (Now if only I had a stash of old barn wood sitting around.)
2. Another simple and stunning little project. This candle scene is from this Swedish blog: http://tradgardsflow.blogspot.com/. (Lucky for me I already have some large glass hurricanes courtesy of my sister's wedding this summer and just picked up from burlap ribbon to complete the look.)
I love this frame with the ornaments as a wreath or hung somewhere on the wall. This is an image from Pinterest that is uploaded by a user. However, it was featured on the blog This Flourishing Life.
Check out these great painted pine cones from Julie of Joy's Hope featured on Under the Sycamore. (Now if only I could find some pine cones that aren't cinnamon scented.)
5. I can't wait to try something like this with the old window I have hanging out in our living room. Check it and some other great ideas out at Funky Junk Interiors.
1. Wouldn't this be super fun at any Christmas party? I would imagine you take mini wieners and wrap them with crescents arranged in a circle on a baking sheet. (The link for this image is to a Christmas page from Oriental Trading that appears to be no longer available.)
2. I think Peachy and I will be making some of these fun Cheerio Christmas trees this year from tablespoon.
1. I am a little concerned for the safety of our tree this year. Cream is just so into touching everything! Maybe if I make the girls this tree from Confessions of a Sewing Addict they will leave our big one alone, right?
2. Here is another Christmas tree project for Peachy and I. Real Life, One Day at a Time posted these great decorated paper plate trees made into a garland.
3. I don't have the patience for making real gingerbread houses, but this flat one from Betty Crocker I could handle.
1. What sewer doesn't have a ton of scraps laying around? This tutorial for scrappy Christmas stockings from Stumbles and Stitches would be perfect for using some of the up.
2. These wire angels from Auntie Kara's Crafts would be great gift toppers. You could even tuck a name card into the top if you wanted.