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I chose to go with a “woodsy” theme this year for our Christmas decor, so that meant decorating with rustic touches, such as antlers, burlap fabric and cozy, faux furs. I styled our entry using my favorite method: mixing store-bought decor with vintage and thrifted finds.
For all of my farmhouse-style lovin’ friends, you’ll appreciate this deal that I found on craigslist. You see that galvanized chicken feeder sitting on the old chair? Well, I found THREE of those feeders for a whopping total of $25….The one you see in the pic above was the smallest of the 3. Not sure yet what I’ll do with the other 2 feeders, but they’ll be put to good use — I can promise you that!
The vintage plaid throw was an antique store purchase for $10, and all the greenery is from my sweet mama.
Loving this cursive wooden sign that I picked up at Target’s dollar spot. Not sure what I’ll do with it next year….Maybe spray some Krylon Glitter Blast spray paint to give it a very sparkly look, or maybe I’ll just leave it the way it is.
The beautiful, old wooden chair was a thrift store purchase for $5, and those amazing snow shoes were only $5 at a yard sale!
To add a little rustic flair to the wreath, I made a quick and easy banner that spelled out “Joy.” First, I cut small triangles of burlap fabric and used a sharpie for the letters. Then, I grabbed some mini clothespins and attached the burlap triangles to some jute. Easy peasy!
I hope you enjoyed our Christmas entry! If you missed my other posts for this season, be sure to check out the links below. You’ll find inspiration for your next diy project or decorating adventure. Merry Christmas!