Happy Friday! Are you so excited it’s the weekend? Corey and I are making gingerbread houses with my sister’s family tonight and tomorrow we’re loading up and heading out to Waco to visit Magnolia Market’s Christmas celebration. I cannot wait. Be sure you’re following me on Instagram if you want to see some peeks at our adventure on my story!
I thought today it would be fun to round up some of my favorite Christmas posts and projects from years past – we’ve got a lot of fun new things happening this year, but that doesn’t mean that the old stuff isn’t awesome too! We still use and love most of the DIY decorations we’ve done over the years, and I always love looking back at old Christmas posts!
Are you ready? Let’s do it.
- One of my favorite advent calendars we’ve done.
- I made this wreath a few years back and we still use it and LOVE it!
- Our Christmas bucket list from last year – this is one of my very favorite traditions ever.
- I loved this DIY ruffled tree skirt for many, many years. It finally died on me (white just doesn’t stay clean!) but I’ve considered making another one!
- This glittery canvas artwork is seriously one of my most beloved Christmas decorations. It’s so, so pretty!
- I haven’t done this in a few years but I used to swap out the artwork in our gallery wall for Christmas-related things. I loved the look! Maybe I’ll try it again.
- This reindeer canvas was so simple to make and it was a favorite of ours for a long time! It sadly broke last year – I might need to make another one!
- Last year I did a roundup of gift ideas for toddlers – we got everything on that list and Jackson LOVED it all. Most of them are still in heavy rotation!
- I wrote a post all about our favorite Christmas traditions earlier this week, but here’s one I did last year with some fun ideas!
- Here are my very favorite Christmas recipes – they’re the ones we make year after year and love so dearly.
- Oh, and you can’t forget the Christmas cookies! This post is from 2012 and we still make most of these cookies every single year.
What is your favorite Christmas project you’ve done?