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Christmas Decor 2012: Vintage Wooden Skis (i just leaned them against the door - and stuck in a couple of pushpins next to them to prevent sliding) breidawithab.com

Christmas Decor Vintage Wooden Skis (i just leaned them against the door - and stuck in a couple of pushpins next to them to prevent sliding)

White Weathered Hutch: White Weathered Hutch Christmas Decorating 2012

Welcome everyone to the first of many days of Christmas Decorating . Many of my decorat.

Chair for Charity Creation

Chair for Charity Creation

I love this old chair. A Christmas welcome home chair for front porch. Cover in burlap, pinecones and sprigs of greenery. Top it off with a festive red bow.

What a great idea! If you don't have your own vintage suitcase, visit us. We have several available.

Welcome Christmas

Christmas suitcase vignette from: The Lily Pad Cottage: Welcome Christmas. May do this using my wooden boxes or old oval suitcase.

Rustic Window Door Swag...with burlap, jingle bells, pine & berries.

Cedar, Pine Cone, and Rustic Bell Swag

cedar pine cone and rustic bell swag, christmas decorations, repurposing upcycling, seasonal holiday decor, I purchased the rustic bells from the craft store and wired them onto the swag

Natural simplicity  Celebrate the season's simple joys by creating a free-flowing look with just three natural materials: green apples, pinecones and long-needle evergreen branches.

50 Gorgeous Holiday Mantel Decorating Ideas

Natural simplicity Celebrate the season's simple joys by creating a free-flowing look with just three natural materials: green apples, pinecones and long-needle evergreen branches.

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homes, décor, gardens, nature, all things beautiful serene and cozy .

Front entry way: hurricane filled with pine cones and spray painted branches & NOEL letters. Pretty!

Front entry way: hurricane filled with pine cones and spray painted branches & NOEL letters.

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Babies First Christmas Ornament -- DIY All families should do this Annually, for keep sake ornaments.

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