Christmas Mantle

Our Christmas decorating is nearly finished and then we will start to plan our Christmas menu and Christmas baking. A few decorations and items from around our home made our mantlepiece more festive.
  • Scrabble tiles spelling Joyeux Noel were balanced in front of a favourite family photograph       (Photo Credit: Sharon Manning Photography).
  • White Pom Pom Trim was used to decorate a French Subway artwork. A metal star and gingham heart were added. Pom Pom trim looks so festive don’t you think?
  • Paper Christmas Trees made from cupcake liners were grouped together
  • A Eiffel Tower snow globe base was wrapped with red sheet music
  • We added a few large acrylic snowflakes that we bought on clearance last year.
We love how our red/white and gingham French inspired Christmas is coming together. If you want to see more of our Christmas decorating for 2012, check out our
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  1. says

    I love the white tree with the bird in it! The whole decoration is beautiful. It’s a pity we don’t have a mantel (yet).
    Jule from inside 9B

  2. says

    Oh my decorations are in a sad state. My new puppy has un-decorated my red, white, and blue tree that I have had since 9/11. Poor tree will have to be retired I’m afraid. I will have to re-think of a theme for next year. I guess it was time. I shall look at the clearance ornaments at the end of this year and spend the year making new decor for the tree for the next season. Sad but true. Naughty puppy!! Atleast my mantle still looks nice LOL.

  3. says

    Lovely! I love how clean and simple it all is! I’ve for to get ahold on my decorations, right now it looks like Christmas exploded all over my house!

  4. says

    So elegant and lovely! It works so well with the rest of your Christmas decor throughout your house. We try to tie the decorations on our mantle with our evergreen wreath, mainly with red and green.

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