Burlap garland is still one of my favorites...it adds so much to the tree yet it's so inexpensive! It's a win-win!
Little vintage touches make all my Christmas decorations pop and they can easily be transitioned into my everyday decor. I love the wooden blocks with chalkboard paint, they are super easy to make!
The Christmas sign was made using wood and paper mache letters that I spray painted silver. You could do any color to match your Christmas decor. All you need is a shelf or ledge to display them on. I change it up for different seasons. Check out my Halloween post with the same idea but a totally different look!
A vintage sled is perfect for Christmas decor!
I found this awesome nativity set at a resale store for $8. What a steal right!?! It was all different colors and very dark when I bought it. All it needed was a fresh coat of paint to bring it back to life. I painted it shabby white for a nice monochromatic look.
I fell in love with this wreath design on Pinterest, done by The Lily Pad Cottage, and knew I had to do it for my chalkboard this year. It took me awhile to complete, but I am super happy with the out come!
Thanks for looking and God bless!