The mantle in the family room.
I didn't have any filler for the apothocary jars, so I improvised with extra ornaments and glittery bulbs. I had seen a project for glittery Christmas bulbs on Pinterest, but I ended up finding a glittery bulb garland at Christmas Tree Shop for $1. I cut the bulbs off and stuck them in the jar.
The large canvas was another DIY project. The frame came from Hobby Lobby and will love on the mantle year round. I snagged it for $17 during a half off sale. The art is a plain canvas with vinyl wall words that I picked up on clearance two years ago. Simple and cheap!
I love my tree. I deck it out in red and gold each year. The more glitter, sparkle, and shine, the better! There are a few sentimental ornaments scattered in, though. Do you see the Mickey bulb from our Disney vacation?
This ornament was a wedding gift from a friend.
Adam's first ornament. His nursery was done in a vintage airplane theme, so this one seemed fitting for him.
I was happy to see my box of childhood ornaments wasn't lost in the shuffle during the move. They have a lot of sentimental value to me. That said...
What is up with this elf? He isn't as snazzy as his new Elf on the Shelf pals. He kind of looks a little crazy and I'm not entirely certain he won't try to harm me in my sleep tonight. Vintage can be scary.