I love this idea. I think when you do things in mass they are always more effective. I love the wreath on the door full of fresh roses.
I am not sure I would personally do a bow quite that large or color. I like the idea of a large double face satin in white in a simple loop bow. What do you all think?
You can’t get much more simple than this. Curled paper with a name on it and a sprig of holly. It might be simple, but I think it is so festive.
Simple felt cut-out of snow flakes and you can make your bed look all dressed for Christmas.
Blue and silver remind me of the snow. It looks so frosty.
Any guest would love to be in this room on Christmas eve.
Below you will see how I added just a touch of blue in my guest room. Keep in mind the walls are a French vanilla with all white moldings. The ceiling is the softest blue, very much like the ornament that is hanging on the picture below.
To soften the window that has now window treatment I used a white feather boa and feather wreath held by a translucent ribbon. I loved the ethereal quality it gave the room.
I hope you have enjoyed this little touch of a Blue Christmas!
Aren’t you glad I did not sing?
“Enjoy the Process” Of:
Using blue to make a frosty,snowy Christmas statement!
Vary the textures of your Christmas ornaments to add interest on your tree.
Don't be afraid to use inexpensive glittery ornaments to add sparkle. I always hold them up to the light and then I can see how much they really sparkle before purchasing.