But I don’t decorate with just anything. I am going to show you how to reuse old decor to make bright Christmas vignettes. Because pretty can be made from just about anything. Even if you don’t know where it came from!
The Mostly Blue and White One
The Silver and White One
The pine cones were painted in various shades of metallic colors and look great against that white metal basket. You may recall I had used this for the fall vignettes too. It has a sunflower at the center, but I turned it around so you can’t see it. Keeping things clean here.
The One with Shades of Green
A lot of it was outdated and no matter how much I tried to revitalize them they simply looked awful. But some of them were salvageable, case in point the wooden Christmas tree you see below.
The little houses were hand painted gifts to my kids. I believe they were meant to be birdhouses but I think they make fine ornaments too.
Pine cones again. Can you tell I’m obsessed? This one was painted in the same shade as the star on top of that tree.
The Brown One
The little brass basket is full of presents which originally hung on the wood tree. You see everything finds a new place in my vignettes.
This little feller was also on my tree last year but now he has hopped onto the shelf.
What’s on Top
Do you also reuse your old decor and give it a fresh look?