The Waste not Wednesday link party has such a wide variety of really talented bloggers who join in each week. For the last three weeks our blogging friends have been sharing their Christmas themed posts and I am thrilled to share our favorite DIY Christmas ideas, and Home Decor Inspirations.
My Favorite Christmas Decor Posts
Theme Christmas trees are always so much fun to read about. This polar bear themed tree with the “ski lift: top and ski’s snuggled in are so fun and whimsical. The polar bears and owls just add a fuzzy cuteness.
Polar Bear and Owl Inspired Christmas Tree | Dabbling and Decorating
The fur stockings are so cozy and relaxing. Don’t you think?
Rustic Luxe Christmas Mantel Decor | Cherished Bliss
Julie from My Wee Abode shows us how the smallest of living spaces can become gorgeous, and inspiring to visit. Her home although small is stunning for the Holidays.
The Tale of a Frosty Christmas | My Wee Adode
A simple sparkling cone centerpiece with lovely tapered candles makes for a pretty traditional Christmas table setting.
Christmas Tablescape with Iced Pinecone Centerpiece | Across the Blvd
This master bedroom with the real Christmas tree and the large beautiful open window makes me want to grab a book and enjoy the view.
Fresh Tabletop Tree for the Master Bedroom | A Life Unfolding
My Favorite Christmas DIY Ideas
Although Sam and I have been doing the Waste Not Wednesday link party for a couple of years and we collaborate all the time I haven’t picked a favorite from Raggedy Bits before. I love everything Sam makes but I thought these simple DIY Christmas Ornaments were extra special.
Easy Wooden Farmhouse DIY Christmas Ornaments | Raggedy Bits
Can you believe this tree surround was made using cardboard. I love this idea so much.
Cardboard Gingerbread Houses | Mulch and Paint
Would you believe this fabulous wood lanterns are DIY and made using scrap wood? Marie shares a step by step tutorial on how to a pair of your own.
Two Festive Scrap Wood Red Lanterns | The Interior Frugalista
The simple stocking tags are a great idea. I think we all know which stocking is ours, but these would help knowing whose is whose when adding the gifts.
How to Make Stocking Name Tags | She’s Crafty
Are these not the coolest funkiest gnomes you ever saw? I hear Bad to the Bone playing in the background. So adorable.
Steampunk Sock Gnomes | Unique Creations by Anita
This is such a pretty and simple way to use up some scrap wood. I think it would make a wonderful family craft idea for the holidays.
Red Christmas Barn | The Apple Street Cottage
This simple hot chocolate bar is so elegant on its roll away cart. Classic and functional, and easy to put together.
Hot Chocolate Bar | StoneGable Blog
Sam’s Favorite Christmas DIY Ideas
Galvanized Tin Trees | Fresh Vintage By Lisa
Gingerbread Man Wreath | Penny’s Vintage Home
DIY Wood Christmas Tree Shelf | Abbotts At Home
DIY Outdoor Window Wreaths | Handmade Weekly
DIY Bed Spring Windmill Tree Topper | Tee Diddly Dee
DIY Christmas Tree | Mulch & Paint
Sam’s Favorite Christmas Decor
Cozy Christmas Touches | The House On Silverado
My Rustic Farmhouse 2020 Christmas Tree | Restyle Relove
Christmas Kitchen Tour | Penny’s Vintage Home
Christmas Tablescape with Iced Pinecone Centrepiece | Across The Boulevard
Christmas Dining Room | Penny’s Vintage Home
Rustic Luxe Christmas Home Tour | Cherished Bliss
Tomorrow Sam and I will be sharing our favorite recipes as well. It’s been such an enjoyable couple of hours reading, gathering all these fun Christmas ideas. I hope you love reading it as much as I do writing it.
Merry Christmas from Sam and I.