$10 White Pine garland at Home Depot.
It's easy to work with, gives the house a fresh, piney, Christmasy smell, and makes a huge mess.
Three things I look for in every project I do.
To be fair, I have an arsenal of other decor I add to my piney friend. Pine cones, red berries, shells (we like it beachy around here), and DIY mercury glass with candles (click here for a tutorial...it's soo easy to do!) all play a part. After the holidays, they get packed up and wait until it's time to come out again.
I'm able to get alot of mileage out of the garland. It goes on the Breakfast Room table.
On the buffet in the Dining Room.
On the Dining Room table.
|Dining Room Table|
And, on the mantle.
I've been using this same theme for the last several years. I could change things up. But, I love it.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it!