Junkified Christmas decor (part 2)

December 18th, 2010 in member junk     
Funky_Junk_Donna Funky_Junk_Donna, member
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My favorite rusty gears on my blogging desk got a purdy green friend to help ring in the festive season.
The front entry was decked out with real birdhouses from the great outdoors. I think this is the first time EVER I was glad my door was a shade of cranberry...
Even the horse gate coat hook area got prettied up with some colourful wooden beaded garland.
This old outdoor table was the perfect patina to play well with the season! The clay pots were filled with real greens sitting in small cups of water to keep their look... green. :)
Remembering those no longer with us? An old ladder was decked out with Christmas cards and glittered up with some of my moms necklaces from her jewelry box.
No stockings? A grain sack, burlap sand bag and lacy pillow case create three no sew unique... baglings of course!
This coke crate was not only festive, but also useful on top of the kitchen island area. Way fun!
Beethoven gets cozy with my little mini Whoville tree, that is actually a fake garland twisted about and bent over, sitting inside a galvanized bucket. One oversized ornament appearing to pull the tree over completes the fun.
A few of my favorite wooden things are layered on a windowsill. Even the colour of the lettering cooperated with the season...
Need uses for all those antique hangers hanging about? Why, use them to hang stuff of course. How about a wreath?
One of my fav collectibles is the Christmas case of Coke, mint condition. I still remember buying it, wondering how long Id end up keeping a new case of coke. The date on the case is 1999. Gettin there...
Strung up cranberries made a really neat garland that looks great against antiques. But beware.. in about 2 weeks theyre cranraisins... hmmm...
A crazy train idea was to use this sawhorse as a makeshift temporary side table. Its proving to be VERY handy! Its such a nice size for a display and your java. Felt up the feet and slide it where need be across your hardwood floors.
My favorite rusty gears on my blogging desk got a purdy green friend to help ring in the festive season.

My favorite rusty gears on my blogging desk got a purdy green friend to help ring in the festive season.


Christmas just wouldn't have been Christmas without throwing abit of festive bling around all my favorite junk things. :)

The best part about decorating with junk? Come New Years, there just isn't that much to take down!

12 pics not enough? My blog link below will take you to the complete reveal.

Merry Christmas, friends! May your season make you smile like mine has. :)

 


Pattern or design used: My own design - Funky Junk Interiors
posted in: member junk, seasonal, vintage, cottage, eclectic, industrial, funky, country, whimsical, christmas decor

Comments (8)

georgiamoon writes: Donna, what great ideas! It all looks fantastic. Merry Christmas, Georgia Posted: 12:05 pm on December 22nd
CottageElements writes: Donna, love all your vignettes. You have some amazing pieces there, girl! Love your little kitty, too. Priceless!

Lani Posted: 8:25 am on December 22nd
TinTinJunkFan writes: Wonderful wonderful! Love it all...I was especially charmed by the Whoville Christmas Tree..very clever. And the wooden hanger wreath display, how simple is that..(should be a no-brainer, using a hanger, right?) thanks for sharing your lovely home with us. Posted: 9:17 am on December 20th
RustyDiva writes: Love the warm rustic country feel of your decorations! Very nicely done! Posted: 7:25 am on December 20th
shabbychick writes: Donna - You've got some fun and very festive junk going on at your house. The grain sacks & pillow cases are a cute idea (and will hold a LOT!!!)...And I like the wooden hanger/wreath holder!!...And your worn/weathered red crate, table, etc... are the perfect holiday touch! (I could go on... :)

Thanks for sharing and Merry Christmas!!

Kathy Posted: 6:25 am on December 20th
JunkArchitect writes: Donna, you're the busiest junker EVER! I'm happy when I can pull together ONE project. I love it all...the red table...the gears...the grain sacks...the Coke crate...the cat...

Jim

Posted: 8:01 pm on December 19th
SweetMelissa writes: Donna, you never disappoint. Love your mix of junk and festive! Posted: 8:33 am on December 19th
oldnews writes: Gorgeous! Marie Posted: 11:07 am on December 18th
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