Sunday, November 22, 2020

Beautiful Upcycled Vintage Christmas Decor

There are so many different types of old items that can lend vintage charm to your Christmas décor. As a matter of fact, you may only have to look as far as your attic to find the perfect compliment to your home's holiday look...

No matter if your personal decorating style is Vintage, Farmhouse, or even Bohemian, you can transform some simple vintage household items into new-to-you upcycled Christmas décor. 

Check out these great ideas for inspiration and use them as a springboard for your own creations. 

Holiday assemblage clock from Richele Christensen at California Art Girl shows you that small details can pack a big punch

Here's another with directions from Joanne

Upcycled  vintage clock winter wonderland DIY from Little Vintage Cottage

Scavenge your shed or workshop for leftover architectural odds & ends that you can turn into a Christmas tree like this one from Pillar Box Blue

Vintage tins make great ornaments! like these made from Diane at Saturday Finds

Garden gate with wreath from Kris at Junk Chic Cottage

Hit your favorite craft store's miniature section to create all of the small details for this diorama made with an old candle lantern.

Transform an old teacup and saucer into a magical floating Christmas scene (above and below) 

To do this project, I recommend using E6000 adhesive and not a hot glue gun. Make sure your saucer is heavy enough to support the cup, which should be lightweight.


Old tins like this coffee tin from Garden Chick adds a great vintage feel to your Christmas holiday decor

Create a winter wonderland within an old lunch box

Let us know which is your favorite by leaving a comment below! 

What kind of holiday projects have you done or are you working on?

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