There are so many holiday styles to choose from, which one is your favorite? Bright, whimsical, shiny, glittery, traditional, old world, vintage, retro, rustic, woodlands, modern, art decor, folk art, country, Victorian, shabby chic? Ok so we can go on and on and on. Then you can mix the styles to create combo styles, so the styles are almost endless. So in the end, pick what you love and build around that. One of our favorite styles is a natural, woodlands look with a bit of vintage woven in.
Natural Pinecones splash across the mantel with hand-crafted Santa and painted sleigh to and allow the holiday art to stand out so well.
A paper and fabric stitched banner is the perfect frame across the mantel to tie the hand-crafted and natural elements together.
Natural looking sticks and greenery adorn the top of this 12′ tree allowing it to stand another 3′ into the high ceilings. These faux sticks look so real and add a just-cut wood feel. Smaller faux sticks pop out in the tree as well among the snowballs, woodland Santas, French script and burlap ribbon, pinecone wreaths, cheery berries and snow covered vines.
The tree is finished off with a Canvas Corp Burlap Tree Skirt that is edged with a white fluffy trim. A wicker sleigh stands beside the tree ready to hold extra gifts for the special day.
A selection of handmade stockings show up so well among the grapevine, snowballs, bird nests and woodland Santas. Each stocking is a bit different but they all work so well together. The Jolly Christmas Fabric Panel helps to tie them all together with fun variety of prints.
House numbers are used to remind us of December 25th and the reason for the season.
The kitchen island is filled with grapevine deer, greenery and a wonderful, colorful Santa. Food and treats can fill in around the greenery when Christmas Day arrives.
Fill large urns and containers with sticks and natural greenery to bring a touch of the outside in.
Add a touch of greenery to light fixtures to transform them for the holidays.
Show off beautiful hand wrapped gifts by placing them on table tops or in special locations for all to see, they are just too pretty to open.
If natural elements and hand-crafed Christmas decor fit your style we hope these creative ideas inspire your decorations this year or for years to come. Look for bargains after the holidays to add to your decorations and pick up a few blanks so you can create your own look for next year.