Dec 4, 2015

10 Beautiful, Inexpensive Ways to Deck the Halls this Holiday Season

10 Beautiful, Inexpensive Ways to Deck the Halls at www.The-Chicken-Chick.com
It's my favorite time of year and I'm all about foraging for materials to deck the halls inexpensively and beautifully. I have rounded up my ten favorite winter projects for you. If you'd like to try your hand at any of them, do upcycle, hunt in the woods, dig in the attic or basement and use what you've got to put your own twist on it!   
Time Commitment: the better part of a weekend, but it's SO worth it!
Cost: FREE with items around the house.
Time commitment: less than 15 minutes
Cost: Virtually FREE! (tea lights cost pennies each)
 Winter Ice Lanterns via The Chicken Chick®
Time Commitment: 3 hours including hanging
Cost: <$3.00 per ball
 Chicken Wire Lighted Christmas Balls via The Chicken Chick®
Time Commitment: 40 minutes
Cost: ~$2.00
Dollar Store ornament wreath via The Chicken Chick®
Time Commitment: 30 minutes
Cost: less than $5.00
Lavender Wreath via The Chicken Chick®
Time Commitment: F-O-R-E-V-E-R. They're simple to make, but require patience.
Cost: FREE
Vintage Christmas Trees, via The Chicken Chick®
Time Commitment: 1 hour
Cost: ~$10
 Upcycled Winter Window via The Chicken Chick®
Time commitment: ~2 hrs
Cost: approx. $5.00
Holiday Shutter via The Chicken Chick®
Time commitment: 20 minutes
Cost: less than $3.00
 Cinnamon Ornaments via The Chicken Chick®
Time commitment: 45 minutes. 
Cost: free!
 Repurposed Feed Bag Stockings, via The Chicken Chick®
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Kathy Shea Mormino, The Chicken Chick®

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