Monday, November 16, 2015

Christmas Door Decor Inspiration!

Many of you are already decorating for Christmas or at least making plans for your Christmas decor. Having trouble deciding how you will adorn your front door for Christmas this year?  Take a peek at these adorable ideas. Hopefully you can draw inspiration for your own creation!

I am starting our Christmas wreath tour with this beautiful wreath.  I am crazy about vintage ornaments.  I am always searching antique stores for the beautiful ornaments of yesteryear.  This wreath is perfect for any vintage lover like me!
How about a cute, whimsical idea for your door?  I like the incorporation of the green hydrangea and red berries.
This is a more sophisticated idea compliments of Colonial Williamsburg.
If you decorate with a gingerbread theme, you will love this wreath!
Santa looks comfy perched in this red, cream, and green wreath.  
If you are a knitter, you must make one of these for your home!
Speaking of Santa...love this one!
My mother loves cardinals.   I think this would look terrific on her front door.
Beautiful color combination in this wreath.
I think fresh eucalyptus is a great item to use in Christmas decorating.  This wreath combines fresh eucalyptus and berries.  Simply beautiful.
A Colourful Life blog posted this lovely pine cone wreath.  The cardinals and ornaments add a delightful pop of red.
Tartan plaid is my go to ribbon design for Christmas.  I use tartan plaid for my bows adorning the swags of garland on our stairs and the upper landing.  You can't go wrong with tartan plaid at Christmas! It seems so very Scottish!  This wreath would fit in quite nicely.
I hope I have given you have a few new ideas for your Christmas door decor.  Go ahead...get creative! 

Blessings from Lynda at Still Woods Farmhouse
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13 comments:

  1. I love the first one. I have many of the tree ornaments from the 50's passed down from my mother. They are my favorite, too. Deb

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    1. Hi Deb,
      Aren't the ornaments from the 50's and 60's just lovely? I have a small silver tree just for with a few of my vintage ornaments. Now to find a color wheel to illuminate my little tree!
      Blessings from Lynda at Still Woods Farmhouse

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  2. Oh how I love that vintage ornament wreath...thanks for sharing all of them at my party today.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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    1. Thank you Linda. I love the vintage one too! I have to admit that it would be hard to use my vintage ornaments, which have lots of memories attached to them, in a wreath. I would be scared I'd break one:(
      Blessings from Lynda at Still Woods Farmhouse

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  3. All of these are such cute ideas and you narrow down the Pinterest search!! Yes!! I love the first two--they look doable to a klutz like me! lol! Thanks!!

    Jane x

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    1. Yes, you can get lost in a Pinterest search for Christmas wreaths! I still had about 10 more that were wonderful. Maybe I need to do a Part 2 of this post!
      Blessings from Lynda at Still Woods Farmhouse

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  4. My daughter wants (well me to) a shiny brite ornament wreath and I have lots balls just afraid I can't make it as pretty as the one shown

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    1. I am so glad you stopped by today! Isn't that vintage one just beautiful?! If you look closely, it appears that the base of the wreath is probably styrofoam covered in silver tinsel. I bet you could make one just as lovely! If you do, please share it with me.
      Blessings from Lynda at Still Woods Farmhouse

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  5. Those are all beautiful wreaths for the front door. I'm in the planning stage of decorating my house next Friday. I usually start the day after Thanksgiving. I think my favorite wreath you showed was the last one. That would look pretty on my front door!

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    1. Hi Kelly,
      I usually begin the day after Thanksgiving too, but ended up doing some of our decorating a little early. I have a mixture of Thanksgiving and Christmas up now! Thanks for stopping by.Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!
      Blessings from Lynda at Still Woods Farmhouse

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  6. Lynda, love all of this inspiration! My two favorites are the vintage ornament wreath and the gingerbread man. I made a heart wreath with pin ornaments after Christmas one year. I would love a Christmas one, but don't have the heart to use my vintage ornaments. lol! Maybe if I had oodles and gobs, but I don't. My basement kitchen and family room is candy/gingerbread themed. I think I need to make a wreath like that one year. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. Thank you Jann. My kitchen would fit in well with your basement kitchen and family room. My kitchen theme is :Gingerbread and Gingham". I just love the two together. I hope you will share your Christmas decor with everyone. It sounds adorable! I am with you, I couldn't put my vintage collection on a wreath. I don't have that many and most of mine are from my first Christmas tree as a child. Too special to place on a wreath. Wishing you a blessed Thanksgiving from my house to yours!
      Lynda

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  7. I love this post - such pretty pics!! I have been hunting for vintage Shiny Brite ornaments for our tree this year. I have since learned that Christopher Radko now makes Shiny Brite ornaments so I may buy some and pretend they are vintage!!

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