Learn how to build a DIY Modern Candle Christmas Tree out of wood using just a few supplies from a home improvement store such as Lowe’s. This easy tutorial for beginners takes you step-by-step through the building process.
Last week, I revealed my house all dolled up for Christmas. If you missed my Christmas House Tour, be sure to check it out! There are 30 amazing homes on the tour and it’s definitely worth checking out. I wanted to linger a bit today in my dining room and share some tips on how to create a easy candy-cane Christmas table setting.
To add some drama to the tablescape, I used red grosgrain ribbon from the dollar store and attached it to the candle chandelier. When the afternoon light filters through the window the ribbons look especially pretty! This is a great way to add inexpensive flair to your table.
Last week, I shared with you my Christmas Home Tour. If you missed the tour, be sure to check it out here. One of my favorite rooms on the tour is my kitchen! During the holiday season, our kitchens typically see the most action of any time of the year. We bake Christmas cookies, make meals for entertaining, and host holiday parties all from our beloved kitchens. Today I wanted to share with you some easy tips on how to decorate your kitchen for Christmas.
Yesterday, I told you about the Fabulously Festive Homes.com Design Contest happening right now over on Olioboard. Contestants are asked to create a virtual room design for the holidays using at least one DIY blogger project in their room. I created two holiday projects for contestants to potentially use in their room designs. My first project was a DIY Log Tea Light and the second was a Snowflake Chandelier. I love the look of capiz shell chandeliers and thought it would be fun to create something similar using paper snowflakes.