I wanted to keep the color palette simple - red, green, and silver so I started with a red table runner I had, then added a pine garland. To those I added silver snowflakes, a silver deer, and a chippy, iron star. The urns got updated with seasonal greenery too.
Of course, I had to leave my "B" block.
The snowflakes came in a package of about 20 from Wal-Mart. Very glittery!
Then I decorated my entry table for the season. Again, silvers, green, and red with natural elements and I left the burlap runner.
Love this candle holder - kind of mercury glass looking. The red beads were a garage sale find several years ago. I have lots and lots of them!
The little wreath sits above the table. It got refreshed with red mini pinecones, silver branch picks, and a little silver bird.
My chalkboard plate with an updated saying for the holiday.
This little birdcage is actually a half cage that I picked up in the Autumn clearance. I pulled out the Fall foliage and replaced it with pinecones and pine greenery. It sits on top of my stack of old books.
I put this HO HO HO block candy cane in my bowl of pinecones. I also sprayed some of the cones with snow spray.
I found this rustic sampler at GW - paid only $1.99 for it. I love the saying. It reminds me of what's important this time of year.
I am almost finished with my decorating. I'm working on a couple of wreaths - both of which I picked up at GW for next to nothing! - and making them all pretty. I will be sharing them next week. I hope you'll come back and check them out.
May all your days be merry and bright,
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