Are the kids getting a bit antsy for Christmas? Here’s a perfect way to occupy them and create a lovely seasonal decoration. This a fun and easy way to add holiday colour to your tree or mantel or the wall of a kids’ room.
I have to admit: I have a thing for type. Lovely fonts, beautifully monogrammed initials, a simple, beautiful letter. You can add them to a gallery wall, tuck them into a display of objects, or add them to a mantle. So why not at the holidays too? I crafted these simple, graphic letters that you could add to a wreath or display on a mantle with mini baubles, just the right amount of graphic bling to accent your decor. Add some lights if you like, and you’ll be loving letters too.
Santa will not be able to resist leaving some fabulous gifts in this beautiful scrap fabric stocking. Although a little time consuming, this is a great way to use up those fabric scraps that you may have laying around the house. Warning: This is one project that I have made that has resulted in requests for more!
When we moved into our current house, I realized we’d have to be creative when it came to Christmas since any sign of the 1920s chimney and mantel had long since been renovated away. This year, rather than hanging them on the bannister with our Christmas cards, I made this simple, rustic hanger to show off our handmade stockings.