Having trouble thinking of something to give the ladies on you Christmas list? Give them some cozy slippers that are one of a kind? Take out the plain old leather tie and add in their favorite color to make slippers that are extra special. You can personalize these with their school colors, favorite sports team colors, or just something that fits their style.
Handmade ornaments are a great way to commemorate each year at Christmas time. These special ornaments made using cookie cutters and family photos are as beautiful on the tree as they are fun to make. They make great gifts for family and friends or just a great yearly tradition to add to your families tree.
A welcoming wreath at your front door is a great way to greet your guests all year round. During the holidays I love to make fun and festive wreaths to adorn our front door. Peppermint candies hold a special place in my heart and this little peppermint wreath is the perfect Holiday wreath for our home.
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is is a very big deal in our house. It is our family’s absolute favorite holiday classic to enjoy this time of the year. I made some simply adorable appliqued shirts for the kids to show their reindeer love all season long! Paired with some soft flannel pajama pants they make great holiday pajamas.
I love decorating for the holidays. All of the magic and excitement of the season hit you like the smell of freshly brewed cider when you walk into a festively decorated home. I wanted a sign that I could keep up all winter long that shared our love of horses in a subtle and charming way. I came up with this hand painted vintage looking sleigh ride sign that I adore.
What to do with those adorable Christmas stockings if you don’t have a fireplace or mantel? I used a charming, rusty antique ladder and some embellished shower curtain hangers to hang our stockings for Santa this year. A little glitter, some Christmas stockings, and some chippy old wood are the perfect combination for a Country Christmas.
Plaid has been a fun trend this fall and winter. It is another one of those trends that I’m not sure I can pull off, but with the help of some cute and feminine plaid I think I can. A simple do it yourself infinity scarf in a pretty pink plaid is just right for me. It is a great way to sport the plaid trend without going overboard.