Every once in a while it’s nice to find an easy holiday DIY. Don’t get me wrong, I am the queen of long and drawn out DIY’s. But when I was at home goods and saw some adorable pom pom trees for $29.00 each I decided it was DIY time. So I went to Hobby Lobby and found everything I needed for pom pom Christmas trees! And of course, it was on sale. So my cost for each tree was less than $10.
Back in July when all of you were posting beach photos, I was posting Christmas Craft DIY photos here on my blog. Some of you thought I was crazy. In fact, a lot of you couldn’t believe I was posting Christmas ideas when it was ninety degrees outside! But now that it is almost December, can I tell you how happy I am that I have so many of these completed?
If you’re here from Little By Little Farmhouse’s blog (or anyone else in our blog hop), then welcome! Today I’ve teamed up with 13 incredibly talented ladies to bring you a set of Christmas inspired DIY’s right in time for the holidays. You are going to love everyone’s creativity and something tells me you’re going to stop what you’re doing and gather the supplies to make some of these DIY’s yourself!
In addition to showcasing all of their wonderful talents, we’ve also teamed up to offer a $150 Amazon gift card giveaway! So make sure to read until the end to find out how to enter.
Now onto the DIY…
I am starting to get into the Christmas mode in a really big way. If you read my blog post earlier this week, you will know that I am really panicked about putting together all of my Christmas decorations. So let’s start with this garland!
Remember when I was in Taipei in August and I panicked when I saw all of the pumpkin décor on Instagram? All of the beautiful homes on IG had at least ten pumpkins in every room. Sadly, at that time, my fall décor consisted of a ten-year-old plastic jack-o-lantern and one really big spider. So I frantically ordered a gazillion pumpkins online.
I was so excited when I found twenty red and green vintage books this month while shopping at flea markets and vintage junktion. I used them last week when I decorated my bookshelves for Christmas. I am so happy I came up with a fun way to use the books as my centerpiece.
It’s fun to decorate mantles, tables, trees, and windows for the Christmas holiday. But what about places that aren’t typically dressed out in décor? Like bookshelves?