I made the Jute covered cones and the tall topiary below!!!
The tree is mostly decorations the kids have made in school, scouts, etc. over the years. It's a sentimental tree.
I also made the jute covered balls below.
I'm having fun with my newish copycat Ballards Designs cafe shelves we made. This is kind of a dark corner in the dining room and the flash really makes the photos look washed out.
All of the embroidery you will see in this post I made. I am addicted!! It adds a beautiful and personal touch for next to nothing
My local thrift store has a very large wood box out front that they put free items in. For some reason they must have thought this vintage santa boot was to shabby. I have found the best stuff in that box.
I got this cute snowman at TJ Maxx ($6) and the glittery cardinals at Shopko ($2) this year.
My Williams Sanoma knock-off hurricanes from the dollar store. See my previous post for how I made these beauties for $3 each.
I found this large berry wreath at the local thrift shop for $2. Score!!! The noel I found a TJ Maxx this year.
I found this square boxwood wreath at Goodwill for $2 and added the ribbon.
I found the cute little vintage looking tree at the local thrift store for $1.50. The women behind the counter said the local nursery donated the rest of their Christmas stock.
My 50 cent snowman decoration on my $2 thrift store cake stand.
Did I mention I love doing embroidery!
I made this cute santa.