This year I am trying so hard to get into the holiday spirit and do it all on a tight budget. I want my house to be festive, fun, and full of color….and new. A lot has changed in my life and I want my home to reflect happiness for my daughter and I.
Do you ever just feel the need for change, the feeling that just changing something so simple can make everything better? Maybe its just me! Anyway, I went on a mission to load my house with Christmas spirit while not spending much of anything to do it.
I have a small kitchen but I wanted to make the most of it. Christmas cupboard decor was a great way to jazz it up and not take up more space on the counters. Especially since I do not have the room for anything extra.
Making my kitchen Christmasy was sooo simple! This project consisted of some greenery from last years end of season sales and some ribbon from my stock pile, which costed me $0 to put together. Holla!
You will also need some wire, wire cutters, and twine.
Start by cutting off a small section of the greenery. I used this glittered pine and glittery boxwood and a few pieces of red berries.
Bunch the greenery together and secure with a wire. Then cut a piece of ribbon about 3/4 of the length of your cupboard including an inch to drape over the door.
Then grab a piece of twine or any ribbon you have laying around and tie the greenery to the ribbon. I wanted it to look for rustic but if you are more modern and you don’t like the ribbon curled around it…then hot glue the greenery onto the ribbon and the ribbon will lay flat.
Then hang the ribbon over the cupboard and tape it in place. I am madly in love with how this turned out and how festive my kitchen looks. The best part is that it was basically free to make!
I adore this ribbon too. Velvet high end ribbon with tiny bunches of greenery and berries…YES PLEASE!
What is your favorite simple Christmas decor project you did this year? Do you decorate your Kitchen for Christmas? Feel free to hop on over to my Facebook page and post some photos of your kitchen decor! I would love to see how you make it fun and festive too!
Merry Christmas friends!