Create a beautiful holiday centrepiece that you can display all season, with these easy, painted pinecones.
These small surprises will make the people on your list smile—no matter their personality—and won’t break your budget.
Enamel pins, $8 each, pennypaperco.com.
Snowball maker, $4, ebay.ca.
Terra Delyssa Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil Infused With Garlic, $5, terradelyssa.com.
Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Lipstick Duos, $17 each, sephora.ca.
Nadège Thé Vert Grand Cru Chocolate, $10, nadege-patisserie.com.
Happy Holidays Squish Mix gummy candies, $8, squishcandies.com.
Philosophy Hands of Hope Ornament, $14, sephora.ca.
West Elm Holiday mantel
Whether your Christmas style is modern, traditional or rustic, we found the best ideas on the internet to make your mantel merrier.
This mantel from Front + Main feels fresh and modern thanks to layered art pieces and the soft colour palette. See more here.
Reclaimed wood, burlap and the natural colour scheme give this mantel a rustic feel. The free printable bunting and paper bay leaf garland add a DIY touch. Find instructions at The Tomkat Studio.
This buffalo check themed mantel from Landeelu is a modern take on a traditional look with the on-trend string lights and charming felt garland. Find out how to make the DIY red-and-white painted circle at Landeelu.
The DIY elements, from the confetti gold artwork to the adorable painted houses come together for a bright, festive look. See all the details (including DIY instructions) at The Decor Fix.
Hanging a TV over your mantel doesn’t mean you can't decorate it in style. This display of candles and bottle brush trees adds a decorative touch without overwhelming the screen. Take a peek at the rest of Diane’s holiday decor (including beautifully wrapped packages) at In My Own Style.
A white Christmas may be a rare event in Vancouver, but that didn't stop Heather Cameron from giving her dining room mantel a pretty wintery feel. See more of Heather's winter wonderland here.
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