10 Beautiful, Inexpensive Ways to Deck the Halls at www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

It’s my favorite time of year and I’m all about foraging for materials to deck the halls inexpensively and beautifully. I have rounded up my ten favorite winter projects for you. If you’d like to try your hand at any of them, do up-cycle, hunt in the woods, dig in the attic or basement and use what you’ve got to put your own twist on it!

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Blown Egg Nativity

Time Commitment: the better part of a weekend, but it’s SO worth it!
Cost: FREE with items around the house.

Blown Egg Nativity via The Chicken Chick®
Blown Egg Nativity

Winter Ice Lanterns

Time commitment: less than 15 minutes
Cost: Virtually FREE! (tea lights cost pennies each)+

Chicken Wire Lighted Christmas Balls

Time Commitment: 3 hours including hanging
Cost: <$3.00 per ball

Dollar Store Ornament Wreath

Time Commitment: 40 minutes
Cost: ~$2.00

Lavender Wreath

Time Commitment: 30 minutes
Cost: less than $5.00

Vintage Christmas Trees

Time Commitment: F-O-R-E-V-E-R. They’re simple to make, but require patience
Cost: FREE

Upcycled Winter Window

Time Commitment: 1 hour
Cost: ~$10

Upcycled Holiday Shutter

Time commitment: ~2 hrs
Cost: approx. $5.00

Cinnamon Ornaments

Time commitment: 20 minutes
Cost: less than $3.00

Repurposed Feed Bag Stockings

Time commitment: 45 minutes
Cost: free!

Kathy Shea Mormino, The Chicken Chick®
Kathy Shea Mormino, The Chicken Chick®
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