I want to share with you how I decorated my little home. I decided to decorate with red and white. I've been making pompom garlands, wreaths, gnomes and mercury glass. I hope that you enjoy your visit on this tour.
I went to the Dollar Tree store and bought the red ornaments, ribbons and tree skirt. I wanted a red tree skirt without spending too much money. I'm sad to say that the dollar tree skirt wasn't well made but I get what I pay for so I had to make some adjustments. I purchased two tree skirts, and hand sewed the appliques. I had extra white felt so I made a border for the tree skirt, and sewed both tree skirts together. The other side had a Santa applique, making it reversible. I like it now.
My church gave away some fabric, I made these gnomes and a couple of maileg elves to decorate my dining room for a Scandinavian look.
I've been busy with crafts; I made this wooden tray, and the crochet wreath with the owl hanging at the window.
A little of vintage Christmas in my kitchen.
I painted these candle glass jars with Looking glass spray paint by spraying the inside of the glass. I discovered that using a hair dryer really helps to dry the paint; otherwise the paint will be swirling inside the jar and set in the bottom of the jar. I really had fun with this project.
Mercury jug, Pottery Barn inspired.
Christmas tree in my family room, frosty theme.
~Christmas Spirit ~