It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas — My Blue and Silver Christmas Mantel!!

1 Dec
I finally got my Living Room Mantel Done! I don’t know why it took me so long. I get all of those Christmas boxes out and get overwhelmed – lol. I decided not to put up my living room tree this year, so I used the ornaments I usually put on the tree on my mantel! 
I didn’t buy anything new except for some darling .99 cent faux Mercury Glass Votives from Target!! Aren’t they the cutest???

I arranged the ornaments in a ball by connecting the hooks together.
 

I also took a frame I got for $1 this summer at a garage sale, spray painted it blue and put made a little ornament wreath to fit inside of it. I love it laying on my big mirror above my fireplace.


I also made a Ruffle Tree. I just adore it. I put it on a glass Dollar Store candlestick on my living room coffee table. I found some little finials at Hobby Lobby and put one on top. So cute!
 And I took that wooden platter I bought at Pier1 and put this cute Santa vinyl on it. I got the vinyl from the adorable Shelley from House of Smith’s Wonderfully Wordy shop!
And at night the candles are so festive. I just love candles at Christmas!!!
I’m linking this up to the Super Festive Mantel Party over at The Lettered Cottage!
The Lettered Cottage
I am so excited to see all of the mantels!!

I’m linking up to these fabulous parties  – check them out!!
  

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xoxo
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