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Holiday Decor that Lasts from Thanksgiving to Christmas

Keep your decor fresh throughout the holiday season with our easy tips and ideas. We show you how to transition your holiday decor from Thanksgiving to Christmas with a few simple updates.
  • Shelley MacDonald

    Small cypress trees planted in soil ~ with artificial snow - could use mason jars

  • Sarah Holley

    EASY Thanksgiving And Christmas Holiday Decor Ideas

  • Anne D

    Make-at-Home Simple Snow Globes bhg

  • Jessica Hampton

    For a do-it-yourself snow globe, place a Goldcrest cypress tree (with soil around the roots) in a glass jar. Add artificial snow. Group large and small versions for a wintry display.

  • Cheryl McAllister

    Christmas decorations for your steps, mantel, tree and backyard are among our most-repinned Christmas decorating ideas on Pinterest.

  • Whole Living Web Magazine

    Decorate with Tiny Christmas Trees

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super cute!! Would be neat to do a whole village like this. Different scenes in each jar, different size jars. You can have the cuteness of the snow without the mess!

Glue clear marbles on the bottom of the items to raise them off the bottom of jar or lid (depending on if right side up or upside down) then add enough fake snow to cover marble. Bluish glass would be perfect. LA SOURCE

Vintage Snow Globe-Old Red Truck~ Love this! diy - Empty jar with lid Clear epoxy cement* Sealed ceramic or plastic decorative items Glycerine** Glitter, coloured beads, sequins or mini Styrofoam pebbles

Chalkboard Christmas Card Let It Snow Chalk Art by LilyandVal,

Your own Snow Globe First take a small, clean jar, remove the lid, flip it over, and create your scene using plastic animals and trees secured by lumps of polymer clay. Then fill the jar almost to the top with water. Stir in a few drops of glycerin and 1/2 teaspoon of silver or white glitter. Tightly screw the lid onto the jar and enjoy the snowfall.