Sunday, December 2, 2012

Inexpensive Christmas Decor

I wanted to do a quick and easy holiday project. I had purchased this frame for a few dollars from a local tag sale by Elizabeth & Co.  Then I got some burlap ribbon for a buck, a dollar store wreath and a dollar store ornament that came two for a dollar.  I adhered everything together in a matter of minutes and it was done. The entire project cost approximately $7.

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Megan

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19 comments:

  1. That's a really cute wreath Megan, I wish we had a dollar store here, we have our cheap stores but not that cheap!

    Christmas is the best and worst time for me in blog land, best because I love seeing what everyone is doing and worst because I want to do them all LOL

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  2. Megan...you know I love a good inexpensive project! This looks so pretty! Can't believe it was Dollar Store stuff! Way to go!

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  3. What a quick and easy project with such a BIG impact. I love it. That glittery reindeer makes it perfect.

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  4. You are the queen of fancy yet inexpensive crafts! Nice job! :)
    --Elena

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  5. Love this idea Megan! It could be adapted so many different ways for all kinds of seasons and settings. Super!

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  6. Cute! :) I might end up doing something similar. . .my current outdoor-wreath is a little sad. . .

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  7. I love projects that don't take a lot of time. This is too cute!

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  8. I love projects that don't take a lot of time. This is too cute!

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  9. Super cute! I love the reindeer ornament and I love that the whole project only cost a few bucks!

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  10. What a cool idea! Thank you for taking the time to link up to Whimsy Wednesday! We LOVE your company☺

    Kelly at Smart! School {House}
    http://www.smartschoolhouse.com

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  11. Looks great! Would love if you'd join our Countdown to Christmas link party! Hope to see you there! Have a great week! :)
    http://dixie-n-dottie.blogspot.com/2012_12_04_archive.html

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  12. This is GREAT!!! I soooo need to make a few of these!! LOVE!

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  13. Great job. I like how you turned something small into a larger statement. Thanks for sharing this week at One Creative Weekend! Have a great weekend!

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  14. Love this! Came across your blog at Classy Clutter, spotlight Saturday link up party. I'd love for you to follow me as I'm now following you :D

    www.thissoutherngirlsblog.blogspot.com

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  15. So cute! I would love for you to share this or any of your great ideas at the link party going on now (and every Saturday - Tuesday) at 'Or so she says ...' Hope to see you there! www.oneshetwoshe.com

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  16. You really are so thrifty! And your projects are always so darn cute!

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  17. Very cute! Thanks so much for sharing at our Pinteresting Link Party!

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  18. Oh yes, a charming use of this great deco deer. Thanks for sharing.

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