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27 November, 2016

Eight Ways to Decorate with Plaid at Christmas

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Eight Ways to Decorate with Plaid at ChristmasWhen it comes to decorating for the holidays, is there anything that says Christmas more than plaid? Maybe it’s all the red and green but it just makes me feel all warm, cozy and Christmas-y! I have it sprinkled around the house during the holidays in just about every possible form! Sooo… I thought I would share some of my favorite ways to add it to your decorations!


CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Burlap and Plaid Stockings1. Trim your stockings with plaid
I love this combination of two of my favorite fabrics for the holidays…burlap and plaid! I’ve even given you all the details for making your own cuffed stockings. You can find them HERE.

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Burlap and Plaid Wreath2. Add it to a wreath
It’s super easy to make these PLAID FABRIC ROSES and add them to your wreath. Check out the tutorial for the instructions for the PINE CONE ROSES as well.


CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Pewter and Plaid Christmas Tablescape3. Use a plaid tablecloth
Nothing anchors your Christmas tablescape better than plaid! Be sure to head over to get a closer look at my PEWTER AND PLAID CHRISTMAS TABLESCAPE. It even includes a link for this fun Christmas tree napkin fold!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Starry Burlap and Plaid Christmas Tablescape4. Add a plaid ribbon to your runner
If you don’t have a tablecloth, you can create that look by simply pinning a ribbon to an existing runner, such as my BURLAP TABLE RUNNER.  Be sure to head over for a closer look at my STARRY BURLAP AND PLAID CHRISTMAS TABLESCAPE, too!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Festive Tabletop Christmas Tree5. Use plaid ribbon or wrapping paper
Here’s a super easy way to add some Christmas-y plaid! I love the way plaid ribbon looks with simple Kraft paper…so rustic yet festive!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Wintery Snowman Tablescape6. Add plaid napkins to your table
These napkins serve an additional purpose…wind-blown scarves for my FUN AND EASY SNOWMAN TABLESCAPE!  The little grands loved this one!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Christmas Jacket Pillow7. Make a pillow from a plaid jacket
Just a few snips and stitches transform an old jacket into a fun PLAID CHRISTMAS PILLOW! Just hit the thrift store for lots of inspiration!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT Tartan Plaid Letters for Christmas8. Cover letters with wrapping paper
Paper mâché letters get a Christmas-y make-over courtesy of plaid wrapping paper and Mod Podge. I’ll be sharing the tutorial in a few days so stay tuned!

CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT  Eight Ways to Use Sheet Music at ChristmasAnd for something a little different, have a look at my EIGHT WAYS TO DECORATE WITH SHEET MUSIC AT CHRISTMAS! It’s an easy and inexpensive look for your holiday decorations.

If you would like more ideas, some of which overlap a little since I love the burlap and plaid combination so much, be sure to check out my EIGHT WAYS TO DECORATE WITH BURLAP AT CHRISTMAS.
And stay tuned for more because the Christmas-ing has just begun at my house!

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4 comments:

  1. These are some great ideas, Deb!

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  2. I love decorating with plaid this time of year as well. Love those stockings and I may try wrapping letters in plaid paper too. So cute!
    Shelley

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  3. Love all your wonderful plaid Christmas goodies! The NOEL letters are gorgeous, I'm looking forward to your how-to!

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  4. I love the plaid and how pretty it looks with the burlap!

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