Once you pack away all those ornaments, you can still adorn your home with some lovely and inexpensive snowflakes. A friend of mine and Sharon's, Amber, shows how to make snowflakes like a pro. (I can't wait to give these a try!)
These paper pinwheels by Vintage Wanna Bee are a fun take on snowflakes, too.
This Pompom garland by Green-eyed Monster is made from old t-shirts! Umm, can we say awesome?? Looks like fluffy snowballs and smells like fresh laundry. Ahh.
Never have I appreciated walnuts as much as I do on this Walnut Wreath by Blue Cricket Designs. My husband may cringe, but a wreath like this may soon appear on our front door!
I love the *bling* on this Berry Beady Wreath over at Joy is at Home. I think it would look especially good at Sharon's place. Wadda ya think, Sharon?
And, for some shameless self-promotion... Why not make the Two Girls Being Crafty patterned paper wreath with some winter-y paper like I did? Shoot. You'd be a fool not to.
These snowflake coasters are a fun accent to brighten your day and keep pesky water-rings off of your furniture.
Ok, ok. I could NOT resist sharing these Powdered Sugar Donut Snowmen by the Idea Room. Maybe you're a baker—maybe you're not. Whatever. These little guys are super-impressive for the amount of effort they take. Santa may go back to the North Pole on December 25th, but Frosty can grace your presence until the Spring thaw. Not to mention, those little powdery donuts are hands-down some of the best food you can get at a gas station.
Hope you're inspired to celebrate winter this year!