I went with a woodsy/red/black theme. And snowflakes. Snowflakes are like the winter version of owls for me. Obsessed. The crate in the center was a Salvation Army find and it will hold all of this year’s holiday cards. I’m not big on holiday card displays. I’d rather be able to flip through them. And the crate is tidy. I like tidy.
I made the prints. I’m teaching myself to use Photoshop Elements. (I also am teaching myself how to use our DSLR. I took all of these photos with Nate’s 50mm and none of them are blurry. I seriously think the Mayans were right. I’m getting freaked out.) There are links to download the prints at the bottom of the post.
I stuck this reindeer print on some burlap and placed it in a frame from Goodwill. Cheap yet classy. That’s how I roll. (Classy people say stuff like that, right?)
The trees are from Hobby Lobby. Santa, the mirror, the lantern, and the two frames are all from thrift stores.
I like the view as I come down our stairs each morning. Man, I love Christmas.
And because it’s the season of giving. Free reindeer prints! Just click the link below the print to download.
What’s your holiday decorating color scheme this year? How do you display your holiday cards?
***FYI: I added a Holidays 2012 tab at the top of the blog for easy reference to all things holidays this month!***