Easy Elegance Wednesdays Holiday Decorating

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Wow, you guys! I can’t believe we are already in the first week of December! I have a feeling this holiday season is going to FLY by!! I have never had so much fun decorating as I have this year and I have also never shared so much holiday decorating inspiration from my friends who are so talented at creating beautiful spaces, no matter the season!

One thing I have particularly enjoyed is Easy Elegance Wednesdays, where a group of us get together to share decorating, design, entertaining and DIY ideas with you all. I am constantly inspired by the posts they share and to be honest, it keeps me feeling creative to see what they come up with!

This week we are all sharing holiday decorating ideas and inspiration. From table settings to tree trimming and DIY wrapping paper to cinnamon-scented candles, there is something for everyone in this week’s edition.

I’m especially excited to try the technique Leslie uses to make her adorable vintage wrapping paper! This looks like a fun project to do with the kids!

I hope you enjoy all of the posts this week. Just scroll down and tap on the blue link to get to any post that you’re interested in. Be sure to leave me a comment and let me know which is your favorite!

Have a beautiful day~


Home Stories A To Z | How to Decorate a Christmas Tree Like a Designer

AtZ Blush Christmas Tree

My 100 Year Old Home | How to Make Christmas Wrapping Paper

100yr DIY-wrapping-paper

Rooms For Rent | Chunky Knit Tree Skirt

RFR Christmas Tree

Sanctuary Home Decor | Neutral Christmas Tablescape With Copper Accents

Sanctuary Home Decor

StoneGable | Silver and Gold House Tour, Part 2


Designthusiasm | Using Rose Gold Christmas Decor for the Holidays

10 Tips for Making Your Holiday Decorations More Special

Ella Claire and Co. | How to Create Full and Beautiful Garland

EC&C Full and Beautiful Garland

Home Made Lovely | Cinnamon Scented Pine Cones

Home Made Lovely EEW

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    1. Hi Esther- I simply spray painted them with copper paint and then added a spray adhesive and sprinkled glitter over the top.

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