Mantel Decor With Mercury Glass Ornaments
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I bought large mercury glass ornaments for less!
I made a point to visit HomeGoods yesterday because I knew they’d have all of their Christmas decor on sale.
I took my time to stroll through the whole store, and I found some [easyazon_link identifier=”B002E4MNFA” locale=”US” nw=”y” nf=”y” tag=”dagmarblecom-20″ cart=”n” cloak=”y”]fun Christmas paper napkins[/easyazon_link] plus all of these big [easyazon_link identifier=”B0162PIDKA” locale=”US” nw=”y” nf=”y” tag=”dagmarblecom-20″ cart=”n” cloak=”y”]mercury glass ornaments[/easyazon_link] for just $1.50-$3 each.
These are so pretty!
Instead of putting them in a box until next Christmas, I decided to decorate mantel decor with them right now to transition from our Christmas decor to simple winter decor.
I think the mercury glass ornaments look beautiful up there, what do you think?
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This week, I decided to feature Sarah, who blogs at 1915 House.
I love to recycle and upcycle items instead of throwing them out, and Sarah upcycled a tin can into a pretty organizer with just a piece of paper.
This is so simple, you get to reuse a tin can, and that makes it one of my favorite kind of projects.
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