Christmas Sled Decor with Baby Ice Skates

Christmas Sled Decor with Baby Ice Skates

Several years ago, I stumbled across this small decorative sled at a thrift store. Though it was slightly bigger than your typical wreath, I still planned to use it as one. It languished in our garage for a while and even survived the pre-move purge. But, I’ve FINALLY transformed it into Christmas sled decor for our front door.Read more ›

Upcycled Version of a Charlie Brown Christmas Tree

Upcycled Version of a Charlie Brown Christmas Tree

I’ve always wanted to upcycle a banana hanger. What a funny-sounding thing to say, I know! But they are SO common at thrift stores- I just needed the right project idea. But as the holidays started creeping up, I wondered if I could transform one into a Charlie Brown Christmas tree.

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150+ Ideas for Thrifty Christmas Decor

150+ Ideas for Thrifty Christmas Decor

I know what you must be thinking- it’s too early for Christmas! But take it from someone who knows, if you wait until Thanksgiving or even early December to work on your holiday craft projects, they’ll never get done. With that in mind, the Thrift Store Decor Team and I pooled our favorite holiday projects into a massive collection of thrifty Christmas decor ideas.Read more ›

Boho Christmas Tree from a Bamboo Wine Rack

Boho Christmas Tree from a Bamboo Wine Rack

While on a trip to visit family in Florida, we OF COURSE swung by a couple of thrift stores. I spotted this bamboo wine rack right away. It was begging to become a Boho Christmas tree in my mind, mostly because bamboo and rattan is so popular in Boho decor. Either way, I couldn’t wait to transform it into retro Christmas decor!

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Holiday Card Holder and Buffalo Check Christmas Decor

Holiday Card Holder and Buffalo Check Christmas Decor

Sometimes my Christmas projects are really “out there” as far as upcycling ideas go, but this one is, perhaps, not so “out there”. It was, however, fortuitous for many reasons, which I’ll explain momentarily. But let’s first chat about this wooden jewelry box I recently found at the Goodwill Bins. I decided that it was the perfect piece to upcycle into a holiday card holder.Read more ›

Candy Cane Decorations for Christmas Porch Decor

Candy Cane Decorations for Christmas Porch Decor

There are a few Christmas “staples” that I’ve never created for my blog, and candy canes or candy cane decorations are one of them. And honestly, I had no earnest intentions to do something about that, until I came across some walking canes at Goodwill.Read more ›

Retro Christmas Wreath from a Christmas Cookie Tray

Retro Christmas Wreath from a Christmas Cookie Tray

Funny story- throughout the past year, I found one Christmas cookie tray after another. Some were vintage-y, some less so. They were cheap and festive, so I bought several with no actual project ideas in mind. That is, until I found this kitschy Santa Claus tray. He had great vintage style, and round…so I wondered if I could upcycle him into a retro Christmas wreath.

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30+ Upcycling Ideas for Christmas Home Decor

30+ Upcycling Ideas for Christmas Home Decor

If there’s anything I’ve learned in my years as a blogger, it would be that (A) just about everyone loves a Christmas project, and (B) ESPECIALLY if they’re upcycled or repurposed! And since I’ve already put together collections of upcycled Christmas ornaments and repurposed Christmas wreaths already, this time I’m focused on upcycling ideas for Christmas home decor. Read more ›

Wooden Spindle Ornaments from a Coffee Mug Tree

Wooden Spindle Ornaments from a Coffee Mug Tree

Last year, I upcycled a coffee mug tree into a tabletop Christmas tree. At the time, I had set aside the remaining “arms” or wood spindles for another project. Well, I’m happy to say that I’m FINALLY upcycling those coffee mug tree arms now. And I’m turning them into wooden spindle ornaments !Read more ›

Upcycling a Chamberstick into a Christmas Candy Dish

Upcycling a Chamberstick into a Christmas Candy Dish

Truth be told, I didn’t know the word “chamberstick” before this project and blog post came about. You see, I stumbled up one, and then another chamberstick in the span of a single weekend- at two different thrift stores. I purchased them both thinking that I would figure out a project for these “old time-y candlesticks with handles” (which is what I Googled). Read more ›