Slip some holiday photos into the family frames that line your hallways. Use the prettiest Christmas cards you received last year or this year to spice up picture frames or small art frames.
Or buy holiday-themed posters to replace your larger art.
You’ll be surprised what a big impact the changes can make in your décor.
Plus, when the holidays are over and you return to the original photographs and art, it will be like you have something new again.
The frame above right – in a photo from Better Homes and Gardens – shows off a beautiful Christmas tree that was handcrafted from fabric scraps and buttons. It’s adorable.
But you don’t have to go to that much work or be so artistic. You can use a pretty or funny Christmas card in the frame to get the same idea.
In the BHG photo below, a fantastic vintage poster of Santa adds to the traditional Christmas décor. It looks like the spot was made for the Santa. But when the holidays are over, it can go in the attic while another vintage poster is hung in its place.
If you’re crafty, you can turn old Christmas cards into art work to display in your frames.
Here are two BHG examples:
Don’t have frames that can be easily switched out? Try hanging some wreaths in front of the art work so that it provides a frame for your greenery.
Check out the BHG example below:
Do you go to the trouble of changing out your artwork at Christmas? If so, what do you put in your frames?