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Get cold when you see blue decor? Think again! I have always thought blue was a chilly color and tried to stay away from it during the frosty months of the year. Designer Tobi Fairley proved us all wrong when she decided to re-decorate this home in an icy color combination of blues, greens, and hints of pink. You can easily try out this theme at home by using a few knickknacks that can quickly change your look and are far from permanent. Just swapping your current throw pillows for patterned blue ones, using blue ribbon around your wreaths, and changing up your place mats and dinnerware can make a huge difference!
Greet your guests in a fall spirit with these colorful door arrangements. I find this project a cute way to start off the exciting fall season and it’s a super budget friendly DIY anyone can do. Most of the items you can find around your home like soup cans, ribbons, styrofoam and faux flowers.
What you need:
- Two clean large soup cans
- Assorted sizes of ribbons
- Four buttons
- Silk fall flowers
- One block of Styrofoam
- Hot glue gun
- Hot glue the assorted ribbons around, center, top, and bottom of can.
- Cut out a piece of Styrofoam and place it into the can
- Insert a small silk floral bush into Styrofoam.
- Cut two long lengths of wide ribbon. 44″ and 28″. You will use this ribbon to hang the cans from the door knob.
- Hot glue one end of the 44″ ribbon to the can 1″ from the top edge. Glue the opposite end of the ribbon to the opposite side of the can 1″ from the top edge.
- Repeat step 5 using 28″ ribbon on the second can and… voila!
Spread the holiday cheer at home with these mini decorative Christmas trees. Your Christmas decorating shouldn’t only concentrate around your mantel and family room but throughout your whole house. Put around as many as you want in different themes to keep them interesting.