A tree sprouting up indoors, sparkling with lights and ornaments, always looks magical. But the six here have a fairy-tale wonder all their own, with glittery gems, snowflakes that never melt, and woodland birds with ribbons in their beaks. Most bewitching? The decorations are easy to make, so you can tell your own Christmas story.
Handprint Ornaments = Salt Dough (1 cup salt/2 cups flour/cold water to consistency) + baby hands (or feet) + Martha Stewart Gold Acrylic Craft Paint + Ribbon. I recommend chilling the dough in the fridge before doing the handprint. Bake in the oven at 250 degrees or until hard. I also recommend applying the paint with your finger as it seems like the brush disrupts the dough’s surface.
Bows for Everything Ribbon card holders descend from extra-large tuxedo bows, bound tightly in the middle for a billowing effect; cards slide into "pockets." OR you could use a poinsettia at the top with a red velvet ribbon or a large gold star with gold ribbon or blue star with blue ribbon!
Festive cranberry and gold accents mix in a warm, rustic way in the Christmas Cheer Collection by Martha Stewart Living. You see it here on this gorgeous Christmas mantel. Maybe you're dreaming of a shiny, sophisticated holiday look. Or perhaps a classic, traditional Christmas is what you're after. The Home Depot has the ornaments, wreaths, Christmas lights and more to express your unique holiday style. Click through to start your holiday decor planning.