Christmas, Winter & Holiday Party Ideas 2

Christmas Holiday & Winter Party Ideas

DECORATING IDEAS  2

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 Attach lanterns to candlesticks and give them festive decorations.Decorate your side tables with holiday items.Paint and decorate a craft store lamp post.
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Use thrift store frames spray painted and painted on letters. Old Box…filled With Vintage Glass Ornaments, Pine, Candles In Glass Holders, & Pine Cones For A Festive Holiday Centerpiece. Cinnamon sticks in a jar, wrapped with cranberry strings.
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Fill a craft sleigh with wrapped packages.Or, fill the sleight with greens and/or ornaments. Paint a tabletop wheelbarrow red, fill with holiday items, wrapped packages, greens, or ornaments.
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 Put gingerbread house cookies into a large jar.  Add Epsom salts for snow.  Decorate with small ornaments and/or ribbons. Take an old sled (or use one from a craft store) and add holiday items to make a lovely table centerpiece.Lovely table runner from mason jars, greens, pearls and faux white poinsettias.
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 Stacked wrapped boxes either outside, or stack them inside in a corner.Make festive Santas out of clay pots.Use mini clay pots, add a candle, and secure the candle with berries and greens.
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Candles with holiday greens and burlap.Use lettered ornaments on candlesticks for a centerpiece.Use odd items from the garage to make a rustic centerpiece display.
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Fill Apothecary jars with faux snow, pine cones and faux icicles.Put a string of Christmas lights under a burlap table runner. If you want to get really wild, sprinkle some confetti. Put a light string in any size or type of basket and then add ornaments.
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Use fruit and berries as candle holders.Make a pyramid tree out of mason jars and ornamentsAdd pinecones to ribbon for a unique holiday table runner.
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Soak pinecones in 1 gal. hot water with a 1 oz. bottle of red food coloring, then allow them to dry on paper towels on cardboard, they will have a stained look…much softer and prettier than the painted ones!Mason jars, candles, & wreaths up the walkway. What a great way to welcome your guests.Basic Epsom salts give pale blue candles an icy charm. Finish the scene with seasonal touches such as pinecones and bits of winter greenery.
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Use bits of nature to make hanging decorations.Make a eucalyptus table runner that adds beauty and fresh fragrance to your meal.Use fresh sage and pinecones on your table for beauty and fragrance.

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