Take good note of these ideas to add that last Christmas touch to your home. The holidays are falling and we want all of you to live a unique Christmas.Advertising - Keep reading under Jumpers Vases
Dress your vases with these warm liners made with sweaters.
The tutorial in Thrifty and Chic.
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This set of birch logs, berries and pine branches will look perfect in your lobby. If you want an extra shine add some lights.
More in Nina Hendrick.
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Make your porch or terrace shine more than ever with these lights created with Mason Jar jars, white lights and a loop of arpillería to hold everything.
The tutorial in All Things Heart and Home.
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Have your crockery and cutlery prepared in the dining room showing them in these boxes of fruit. Rustic but with an elegant touch.
More on Shabby Fu Fu Blog.
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Pineapples, candles, a glass jar and snow paint, all together to create these festive DIY lamps.
The tutorial in Crafts by Amanda.
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Do you want to fill an empty space in style? Create these birch candles and place them at the entrance or the fireplace.
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Decorate your fireplace with this canvas for a more "bright" home.
The tutorial in Love Grows Wild.
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This beautiful decoration can be done in less than 10 minutes thanks to some synthetic hair, cardboard letters, scissors and glue.
The tutorial in Place of My Taste.
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This cushion of toasted tones is very easy to make and will make your living room an even more cozy space.
The tutorial in On Sutton Place.
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Make this beautiful Christmas crochet ornament for your tree. It will give a warm and cozy touch.
The tutorial in Persia Lou.
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This original mirror with DIY message will only cost you € 10.
The tutorial in Landeelu.
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With the help of bright lights, it is very easy to recreate this snowy sign.
The tutorial in Fresh Crush.
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Wrap your house with a very Christmas aroma, fresh pine leaves. Place them in glass vases and put them by the window to evoke the forest itself.
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All you need is some sticks (ice cream for example) and spray paint. Remember: no snowflake is the same.
The tutorial in Making Home Base.
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Mix some glass balls with natural elements - think of pineapples, acorns and leaves - to achieve a rustic but contemporary style. Adding something as simple as tea bags or candles will crown this winter decoration.
The tutorial in Urban Comfort.
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Mix pine, wood and pineapple leaves with subtle lights to decorate the exterior.
The tutorial in Julie Blanner.
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Use these original lights of Terrain to decorate your plants, both indoor and outdoor.
($ 31.95 at shopterrain.com)
This winter wreath, accompanied by a small dove, is perfect for hanging on the door or on top of the entrance furniture.
The tutorial in Thistlewood Farms.
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Turn your pantry jars into beautiful lamps. Add some pineapples, some snow (fake) and some pine leaves.
The tutorial in Nelly Vintage Home.
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Decorate your fireplace by filling a box with logs, pine leaves and a few pineapples.
More in Blue Roof Cabin.
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Receive your guests with this message or another that you like more. You only need a board and white paint, add some snowflakes to finish off.
The tutorial in Live Laugh Rowe.
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