Some of the most AMAZING Christmas rooms start with a fabulously decked out fireplace Christmas mantel.
It’s a fact! 🙂
So today, I am sharing all the details of my beautiful green and white Christmas mantel you can DIY in less than 30 minutes while blasting Christmas music with pictures.
And the best part is that I am sharing my Green and White Christmas Mantel along with 17 of my blogging friends.
Thanks so much to Krista from The Happy Housie for hosting this fun Christmas mantel hop!
Green and White Christmas Mantel
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Just to make life interesting… just kidding 🙂
I try and change up my Christmas mantel every year.
Last year, our tree was in the living room and I added lots of pops of red.
Well, this year is all about the green!
Green and White Christmas Mantel with Boxwood Wreath and Pine Garland
Taking a cue from the gorgeous boxwood wreath I picked up at Trader Joes for $11 (wow!) I decided to keep things simple and neutral in here.
So excited about my boxwood wreath and feeling a little tired from all the Thankgiving leftovers I had been eating, I ran to Giant and picked up some fresh pine garland to go with it.
After a good 15 minutes wrestling this very long pine garland onto our living room mantel and wondering if it would have been easier to just add fresh pine boughs from our yard and make my own… I was greeted with a “wow, that garland looks great” by my husband, Jason.
Smiling from ear to ear that he actually approved of my last minute purchase I started to walk away in search of more coffee when I heard… “it def looks better than it would have if you tried to make one yourself.”
Ha, I guess he was reading my mind. 🙂
Well… a few more items I didn’t make and look great on my Christmas mantel are… my new faux candles, candlesticks and boxwood topiaries from Balsam Hill along with my favorite zinc house from Terrain.
and an “O Holy Night” sign to remind our family what Christmas is all about.
I hope my green and white Christmas mantel inspires you to create one for your home.
I will be sharing more of our farmhouse decked out for Christmas tomorrow but now be sure to see my friends beautiful mantels below!