Here's a little DIY I did from the Dollar aisle. A-Z packs of metallic chipboard letters were $1/ea. I also grabbed a spool of metallic bakers twine. With two packs of letters and a spool of twine (and some hot glue) I was able to create the following: (along with and extra "joy" garland on the shell tree I mentioned yesterday).
I've been on the hunt for a nice boxwood wreath for a while. If you've ever checked out boxwood wreath prices, you know they can get pretty expensive.
This Smith & Hawken preserved boxwood retailed for $39, but with a Cartwheel discount and a $10 online coupon, I ended up paying around $24.
How festive are these 3D paper snowflakes?
The large snowflake was $8 and a pack of 2 smaller flakes were also $8.
They are packaged flat and close magnetically, so they can be reused and easily packed away.
More to come soon!