Kitschy Retro Christmas Wreath with an Upcycled Food Tray

Kitschy Retro Christmas Wreath with an Upcycled Food Tray

Funny story- throughout the past year, I found one plastic Christmas tray after another- some 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, was round, and would make for a perfect retro Christmas wreath.Read more ›

25+ Repurposed and Upcycled Christmas Wreath Ideas

25+ Repurposed and Upcycled Christmas Wreath Ideas

Last year, I put together a collection of repurposed and upcycled DIY Christmas ornaments– because who doesn’t love creating fun and unusual ornaments for their tree? Well, I feel the same way about upcycled Christmas wreath ideas…incorporating vintage or whimsical elements to give your door festive character! And while DIY wreaths are fun no matter what time of year, I just have a special soft spot in my heart for the winter holiday kind- our bright red door probably has something to do with that!Read more ›

Christmas Porch Decor with a Vintage Wooden Sled and Repurposed Sweater Mittens

Christmas Porch Decor with a Vintage Wooden Sled and Repurposed Sweater Mittens

I had been on the hunt for a vintage wooden sled for a long time- but every time I found one, the price was just a little too high for me to pull the trigger. Finally, FINALLY I found one in rural Georgia that would work perfectly as Christmas porch decor, and I knew exactly how I wanted to achieve that.Read more ›

Upcycled Vintage Red Truck with Christmas Trees

Upcycled Vintage Red Truck with Christmas Trees

Boy, it’s hard to find an affordable antique toy truck nowadays- maybe it’s always been difficult, but it’s especially impossible now that everyone loves incorporating them into their vintage holiday decor. When I finally found the right vintage truck, I, of course, had to turn it into the classic red truck with Christmas trees for perfectly rustic Christmas decor.Read more ›