Coastal Christmas Tree Art

The Space Between decor before

At The Space Between, Karah shares the perfect Christmas craft for anyone who loves to collect pretty things from along the seashore, like sea glass and driftwood.

The Space Between decor before

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Styrofoam and Scrap Wood Christmas Decor

Design, Dining + Diapers sign before

At Design, Dining + Diapers, Taryn used a piece of scrap plywood–leftover from another project–and styrofoam cranberries– pulled out of the bottom of the Christmas boxess–to make a cute holiday sign.

Design, Dining + Diapers sign before

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Vintage Hardware Christmas Tree

Petticoat Junction junk hardware before

You’ve never seen junk look so festive and cute until you’ve seen what Kathy made at Petticoat Junktion.  She crafted an adorable holiday decoration using an old cabinet door and funky hardware pieces from her extensive collection.

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Scrap Wood Christmas Tree

Marty's Musings scrap wood tree before

Marty and her husband, Tim, worked on this project together and blogged about it at Marty’s Musings.  Tim reports that thanks to Pinterest, he rarely evhoer tosses scrap wood into the fire, anymore.  Now he’s using it to make holiday decorations.

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Cookie Cutter Artwork

Smith of All Trades cutters before

Jess, from A Smith of All Trades, tells about how some pre-holiday organizing piad off:  “We were going through old cookie cutters last year to donate the ones we never use anymore, when my mom found a set that belonged to her mom. They never got used anymore, but she couldn’t part with them.”

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Christmas Cheer Window

A Creative Princess window before

Over at A Creative Princess, Terri’s husband replaced windows in an old farmhouse one day.  Knowing how much she loves old windows, he brought a few of the smaller ones home to Terri.  Terri re-imagined this window into cheerful holiday decor.

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Tabletop Turned Christmas Decor

DIY Showoff Christmas sign before

Roeshel, at DIY Showoff, had replaced an old tabletop with a new one for another project.  That left her with an extra tabletop that needed recycling.   Roeshel thought way outside of the box on this one, reimagining this tabletop as a blank canvas.  From that, she transformed it into a merry and bright sign {…Read More…}

Vintage Santa Art

Old frames are great to have around for reusing and repurposing, as it doesn’t take much to give them a new, updated look. Heather from Larissa Hill Designs has her own collection of framed artwork that came in handy for creating Christmas artwork for her dining room. She started out with two ornate frames that {…Read More…}