More Winter Decorating Fun...Simple Projects...

Since we are in a real cold spell here (-15 right now), I thought I'd share some more fun INDOOR winter decorating ideas and simple projects! I've been inspired by all of the pompoms 
I've seen this year and made a few to add to our home...




No one is safe from my pompoms...


I used wool roving yarn for a furry look...you can make them in minutes...there's lots of ideas on Pinterest.


I've added little vintage birds...


 and snowpeople...



I took this covered jar...
added some faux snow and a vintage winter photo...


and glued it (with E-6000 glue), 
to this tarnished silverplate candlestick...



I love how it looks.
It can be changed out for different seasons and occasions...


Another super simple project used this...


I simply wrapped the jute around 
the upside-down can a few times and knotted it...



and they worked well holding my LED candles in the window...


I love re-using things I have on hand for simple decorating!
I have a fun Pinterest board of my projects...
hope you'll stop by sometime!

I am joining~

Until next time...




40 comments

  1. What cute ideas - I never really 'decorated' my house for winter, I would just leave up a few of the greens from Christmas and use richer colors than in spring/Summer - but I LOVE these ideas!! Now my brain is spinning, thinking of ideas!!

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  2. I love the candlesticks and the photo snow globe. What a great idea! I have been looking for old ice skates but being in GA and TN you can't find them. Any ideas of where I may look on line?

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  3. I love seeing what you do Linda... sweet inspiration!

    Karen x

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  4. Super cute! I love how the poms make everything a little cuter1

    Happy day!
    karianne

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  5. I've been pom poming it up over here too! Love those things! Love that jar on a candlestick idea!

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  6. I love the vintage photo in a jar idea, Linda! Great ideas to keep busy indoors during the cold spell. My hands are almost too cold to type inside our house! Brrrrrrrrrrrr.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Linda, You have made some really nice things. I do like the old snow photo in the jar. The lighted twigs. I love using pine cones and twine also. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  8. Great ideas! Love 'em. I like reusing/re purposing things too.

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  9. You have inspired me to make some pom-poms of my own, Linda. I love little projects like that this time of year. And that vintage photo jar is so sweet. Stay warm!!

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  10. Brr, that is cold, Linda! It's cold here too, barely in the teens, but downright balmy compared to your temps:) Love your jar with the vintage photo. And the pom poms are a fun touch! I remember making those when I was a little girl:)

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  11. Had a flat tire while out today and that wasn't fun! Poor hubby! Still feeling cold today...I remember making pom-poms! Fun little project.
    Keep warm!
    deb

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  12. I can't believe that I've never learned how to make pom Pomspom because I think they're so cute. I bought my mom a white fluffy pom pom wreath from Joanns Craft store for Christmas and I remember thinking "I could probably make this"... Now I definitely will. :)
    All your winter decorations look amazing Linda. I still can't believe how cold it is there...brrr...stay warm and keep creating!
    xo
    Leslie

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  13. So many great ideas for a cozy winter. Loving the pom-poms...and the candle lights...and jar vignette...oh, and the fabulous pegs that the ice skates are hanging on.
    Mary Alice

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  14. Now that is cold!!!! I love the jar with snow and photo! So cute! And pom poms....be still my heart!!! Stay warm my friend!
    xo Kris

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  15. I love all the pom poms and BRRRRRR just thinking of -15!

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  16. Sweet ideas---love the old photograph---I have oodles of those somewhere. The pom-poms are adorable---and scream winter---giant snowballs for just in case...lol. Sandi

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  17. I love pompoms and always think I'll make a few but never do? I've used pompom trim and found a pompom scarf at a thrift store so use them. Its real cold here too, and decorating inside helps it feel warmer. Everything looks so pretty!

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  18. Love all of your winter touches Linda! Brrr.... it sounds COLD there! Hugs, Cecilia

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  19. You always have the most clever ideas, Linda. Love all your winter touches, especially the jar with the sweet picture inside.

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  20. Love your goat, and the photo in the jar isn't baaaaaad either!

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  21. Love your collection of ideas. Simple and really fun!

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  22. Super cute and wonderfully inspiring ideas!
    Stay warm:)
    xx
    Jemma

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  23. I love these fuzzy pompoms! Thanks for linking up to The Talk of the Town party!

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  24. OMG! I have never felt temps in the negative numbers before! I couldn't imagine how that feels. I would happily stay inside too. I like the cute projects that you made for your winter decor. It's always fun to think outside the box.

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  25. Love the jar of memories with the vintage photo and the simple, but lovely, tin can candle pillar.

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  26. I really want to make a snow globe on a silver candlestick with an old family photo. I think yours is so charming!

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  27. Such pretty and easy projects to do to spruce up the winter bareness after the holidays. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

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  28. Love your pom poms and
    your beautiful aesthetic, Linda!

    Hope you are staying cozy and
    are ready for the next cold front.
    I hear next week will be in the 30's
    following some arctic air this weekend.
    Weird winter!!!

    xo Suzanne

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  29. Linda, I love that photo in a jar. Super cute!!!
    Great projects, I've got to get creative!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  30. Linda, I love the touches that you did for winter! The pom-poms are so much fun! I think I might have to make me some!

    Hugs, Dianne

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  31. You have such an awesome collection of things for decorating with and they all look so sweet with your little pom-poms. I've missed your last several posts, so I'm off to see what you've been up to. Hugs……..Karen

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  32. Lovely winter decorating, Linda--you know I love your style! Thanks for sharing it with Vintage Charm :)

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  33. There is so much charm and inspiration here, Linda. Your home looks lovely.
    Amalia
    xo

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  34. Loving your winter coziness! That sure is a cold spell. And I though 40 degrees here in the South yesterday was frigid lol!

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  35. That snow baby is a keeper. So stinking cute. We've had a warm up. I hope you have too.

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