If you’re hoping to deck your halls in vintage glamour this season, you’ve come to the right place! Christmas decorations have been a part of the winter season for centuries in some form or another. From red and green paper chains to Christmas trees – there are countless ways to celebrate the holiday in your home. Today I want to share eight ways to decorate your home for Christmas with a little vintage twist. Lucky for us, Christmas decorations are typically still very traditional, so it isn’t difficult at all to find exactly what you need to recreate these ideas, or even come up with some of your own!
I don’t know about you, but my stack of holiday cards is starting to get out of hand. I always display my cards, but that display changes from year to year. For a while I did the long ribbon hung on a door and then double stick taped the cards to the ribbon. But then the kids started to pull on it so I scrapped that idea. Last year I stuck them amongst a holiday display I had on the foyer table. But this year I am still not sure what I am going to do, so I turned to Pinterest to help me find some creative ways to display Christmas cards and I was not disappointed. I thought it would be fun to share my favorites with you so you too can be inspired by some glamorous displays.
I woke up quite early this morning and had an uncontrollable urge to organize my Pinterest boards, especially in the food sections. I found Pinterest quite early in its inception because I was looking for a way to bookmark all of the amazing recipes I found online. I was immediately hooked, and now I am on Pinterest at least half a dozen times a day! I don’t always pin a lot, but whatever I do pin is something I really find interesting, beautiful, or looks like it would be delicious.
My cooking boards were becoming a touch unwieldy and it was taking me too long to scroll through all the recipes I saved to find what I was looking for. So I separated a few combined boards like “Poultry and Fish” into separate categories. Then I added a few boards and deleted any recipe that I had tried and found lacking. So be sure to check out the new and improved Glamorous Housewife Pinterest (here).