The holidays come and go and our decorations need to be changed out. Try these Christmas decorations that will last ALL winter long!
Pinecones can come out as early as October and depending on how you arrange them or decorate them they can stick around through the winter. Try this tutorial from Tidbits to make some snow covered pinecones. You can also paint your pinecones or put them in a glass jar to add to your winter decorations.
Door Mat For All Winter Long
Depending on where you live it is definitely freaking cold outside. This door mat would fit perfectly on your porch (especially layered with a cute patterned rug) and you could leave it out ALL winter long.
Candles for winter are a must. Pair them with greenery and cranberries like these from Today’s Creative Life and you are good to go for months to come.
Winter Porch Pot
Porch pots are decorations that can last all winter long. Head on over to House of Hawthornes to get a tutorial on this fabulous greenery filled porch pot (notice the use of pinecones).
Snowflakes are the perfect decorations for all winter long. You can put them on a sign or make them into a banner. The options are endless. At North Country Nest they have directions for some DIY rustic winter decor (including snowflakes).
Nothing says Christmas and winter like snowballs. Try adding some fake (of course) snowballs to your decorating. To make it even easier Magnolia has a DIY tutorial for you to follow.
Decorating for the winter months doesn’t mean you have to put all your Christmas decor away and start over. Try using some of these Christmas decorations that will last all winter long to save yourself some time this Christmas/winter season.