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Take your favorite photos and arrange them in a wreath shape for this novel take on Christmas decorations.

Blue tapers and glass ornaments atop brass candlesticks adorn this Christmas table.

  • Becky J Andersen

    Wouldn't this make for a wonderful winter color pallette...great pick me up for the dreary days.

An array of cozy stockings in different colors and textures at the foot of this bed.

Reminiscent of a vintage French mailbag, this linen number also happens to be enormous.

A felt stocking hits a festive note in the entryway of this Washington home.

Snow globes get a farmhouse-chic makeover, courtesy of mason jars.

  • Linda Pugh

    For the love of god! I'm begging you. Please stop using mason jars as home accessories!

A pine storage unit stashes holiday supplies in style in this Arizona home.

Turn poinsettias into living ornaments in a flash with floral water tubes.

This laser-cut conifer offers a witty interpretation of the word evergreen.

Glue a red pom-pom to this cardboard stag's nose to evoke Rudolph the reindeer.

Cardboard wreath: Forgo the real thing for this just-as-pretty arrangement.

Farm Chicks founder Serena Thompson and her family adheres a string of lights to their barn's oversized wreath.

Give your mantel a rustic-preppy look with a resin reindeer ornament and plaid plaque.

Talk about a Christmas miracle! They may look like hothouse flowers, but these brass-plated beauties can brave the outdoor elements.

Instead of a single-note pine, this intricate garland incorporates fresh asparagus ferns and evergreen shrubs.

Smart! Use pine branches to decorate a door.

  • Lauren Spaniol

    This is super cute, but my pets would be ALL over it in a matter of minutes. :-(