A Natural Christmas Mantel

Happy Wednesday, friends!! I hope you all are having a wonderful week!

Today, I am so excited to be joining a group of blogging friends for a fun Christmas mantel/vignette blog hop hosted by the very sweet and talented Jen from Tater Tots & Jello.

My natural Christmas mantel

This year for my Christmas mantel, I decided to keep it really organic and natural. I used seed pods from a golden raintree and hydrangeas from my yard that had turned a lovely brown color after the first frost of season.

I like how the green leaves and the beautiful browns from the seed pods & hydrangeas complement the colors in the vintage-inspired Santa artwork so well.

If you have been reading my blog for any amount of time, I’m sure you know how much I love the beauty that nature provides! When it comes to decorating for the seasons, I always look to nature first, and this mantel is a perfect example of that.

No one does it better than Mother Nature!!!

I hope this blog post has inspired you to look to nature when adding a seasonal touch to your decor.

For lots more holiday vignette and mantel inspiration, be sure to click through the links listed below.

DIY Beautify: Ideas for Styling Christmas Vignettes | Modern Glam: Organic Modern Christmas Mantel | LeCultivateur: A Natural Christmas Mantel | Tatertots and Jello: Christmas Painted Gingerbread House Vignette | The Tattered Pew: Guide to Asymmetrical Christmas Mantel Garland Layering | Lolly Jane: Thrifted Christmas Entryway Decor | Pasha is Home: How to Use Christmas Ornaments as Decor | My Sweet Savannah: DIY Modern Concrete Christmas Trees | Craftberry Bush: Coffee Table Christmas Vignette | The Happy Housie: Cozy Layered Christmas Mantel and Living Room

Thank you so much for stopping by today!! Wishing you all a wonderful afternoon!!!

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