Vintage brooch wreath. From www.pinterest.com.
I’ll be dreaming of a White Christmas. By updating your Holiday decorations to include some white, shabby chic ornaments, stockings, table arrangements, or candles you can create a whole new feel to your Holiday decorating. Below you will find examples of items that you can add to your decor to update your look. Enjoy!
Beautiful tree stick Christmas tree. From http://www.kararosenlund.com/2012/12/weekend-in-pictures-early-christmas-gift.
2″ tiny elf ornaments. From www.esty.com.
A trio of vintage-style bottlebrush trees, flocked in white and silvery glitter. From http://myshabbystreamsidestudio.blogspot.com/2010/11/worldwide-giveaway-jeanne-darc-living
Beautiful white Christmas tree. From http://mycountryroads.blogspot.com.
White wreath with jingle bells. From http://www.horchow.com.
Vintage mercury glass ornaments.From http://montanasweetpea.tumblr.com.
Simple, yet elegant display, using a silver container, garland, a few silver ornaments, and a candle. From http://southernchateau.blogspot.com.
Holiday ornaments created from felt and beaded ribbon. From http://www.bhg.com.
Burlap Santa hat trimmed with white faux fur. From www.retreatdesign.blogspot.com.
Twigs create this white Holiday tree. From http://www.artiflor.com/tree-hoppe-feet-white.
Fabulous gem, a Vintage Silver Platter Wreath. From http://fakeitfrugal.blogspot.com/2012/01/silver-platter-wreath.
Pretty “snowball” wreath created with yarn covered balls. From http://spaceforinspiration.blogspot.com.
Vintage mercury glass ornaments hung from a chandelier. From http://www.whiteandshabby.com.
Script star holiday ornament. From http://therobinandsparrow.blogspot.com.
Victorian ornaments covered with exquisite beaded embroidered and sequined lace adorned with romantic rosettes and cameos. From http://www.romanticvictorianhome.com.
Precious bottle brush trees. From http://urbanfarmhouse.blogspot.com.
Silver beaded Christmas trees. From http://imgend.com.
Music tree decorations – or use anything sentimental that can be scanned and printed – but make sure it is small and on both sides! From Visit images.search.yahoo.com.
Bird in the nest ornament. From http://anartfuladventure.typepad.com.
Hand knit jingle bell ornaments. From www.purlbee.com.
Mercury glass wreath. From www.horchow.com.
Glass ornament with bottle brush tree and “snow” added. From http://ingerjohanna.blogspot.nl.
Vintage Holiday angel ornaments made from antique lace. From http://thecharmofhome.blogspot.com.
Musical holiday mini churches. From http://www.oneluckyday.net.
Christmas ornament, a candle, and some embellishments. From http://www.flickr.com/photos/ltthings.
Metal trees with jingle bells. From http://bucketsofburlap.blogspot.com.