Rustic, country, earthy...whatever you want to call it,
it always reminds me of a good old fashioned Christmas.
I found this on Pinterest and immediately thought of my Grandpa.
Wouldn't it be great to do this every Christmas,
it would feel like he's with us.
This would be fantastic for a coffee table.
Another toollbox arrangement from Pinterest, I'm lovin' these!
This has some hits of red and would work perfectly as a center piece as it's low enough to see over and around. Perfect for a Country Christmas.
Use mason jars, jam jars or sauce jars for your candles, boughs from the back of your Christmas tree or yard, pinecones, berries etc. An old box of distressed container make these an inexpensive project.
What about cinnamon wrapped candles, inexpensive and gorgeous!
Sheet music, old gears, boughs, a latern. All these found objects makes for a beautiful rustic piece.
What about some votive candles in a basket, a cake pan or an old can.
Add some greenery, pinecones or whatever strikes your fancy and bring a little rustic Christmas into your home.
I have a tough time deciding what my Christmas style is. I love the look of simplicity, all natural elements as shown in this wreath made with chilis.