Things like old magazine pages, wrapping paper, envelopes can become the loveliest decorations. Put them on your Christmas tree, in the living room, or just string them above your bed to add a dash of festivity any time of the year. Here are some of my favourite paper garlands, that may inspire you to make your own.
(NOT the ones you’ll be needing for your next road trip!)
How are you decorating for the holidays?
- 1 overcast Sunday afternoon
- 1 sibling/neighbor/cousin/friend
- 5-6 blankets and pillows to building a ‘napping nest’
- 2-3 different kinds of snacks (preferably tiny)
- 1 thermos full of a delicious drink (Koolaid, tea, whiskey)
- 2-4 tiny cups
- 1 flashlight for reading
- 5-6 comic books, magazines or books of your choice
- 1 set of Madlibs
Were you a fort builder?
Wouldn’t this be lovely for a wedding or a shower?
I love how this is feminine and subtle but still sliiiightly off
and messy. Yum!
This is being added to my list of “Party Ideas That
I Can Use If I Ever Become Independantly Wealthy.”
I have a strange affinity for religious iconography, despite being pretty agnostic. The gold and black bobbin next to the plant actually contains anointing oil – I bought it in Paros, Greece. And the nightlight? Good ol Spencer’s Gifts.
Have you got any photos of your space to share?
Where do you find things to furnish your space?
its current tangle in an old cool-whip container.
And you know how I feel about wooden hangers!