I'm happy to share that I'm partnering with Savers for this post featuring some simple and chic holiday decor DIYs.
Savers should definitely be on your radar this season for tacky holiday sweaters. I swear cheesy holiday sweaters grow increasingly popular year after year and they can get picked over fast! Check out Savers' selection of silly sweaters for an option that won't break the bank, or pick up some supplies to create your own. Savers has plenty of tips to turn a plain thrifted sweater into a work of holiday wonder.
I focused on shopping for holiday decorations for this post and I made out great! Vintage ornaments, mirrored trays, small silver bowls, and a rustic wicker sleigh. Savers has so much secondhand holiday decor to pick from that I had a hard time choosing what I wanted to take home with me. Overall, I'm thrilled with my picks and I had a blast putting everything together!
For more holiday DIYs and inspiration, check out my Pinterest board with Savers!
I knew that I wanted to fill the wicker sleigh with the vintage ornaments, but there was still a lot of empty space that needed to be filled. I added some fresh holly greens and everything came together perfectly! This would add a little festive flair to any mantel or bookshelf.
I can't get over how great these ornaments are! I just have to share one more picture of them!
To say that I'm obsessed with bottlebrush trees is a huge understatement. I love how there are so many different styles available–and all of them are so charming! I decided that I wanted my larger bottlebrush trees to make more of a statement. I put a dab of hot glue on the base of the tree and placed it in the small silver bowl. Not only are the trees sturdier with the bowl, they've been glammed up a bit, too! My trees filled out the bowls I picked up nicely, but if there are any gaps or a lot of space you could use small bells or some moss to cover up the base of the tree.
These mirrored trays are perfect for displaying some of my favorite holiday makeup and jewelry picks. They would also be perfect for small holiday vignettes with candles, decorations, or candy.
Lastly, I want to mention that Savers should also be on your list of places to swing by after the holidays. I always clean out my closet before the winter season really begins. All pieces in good condition go straight to Savers–donating at Savers supports the nonprofits Savers partners with and helps the environment by keeping items out of landfills, as opposed to throwing items in the trash. Plus, there is no time like the New Year to give your space a fresh start! Consider dropping off any gently-used clothing and home items at Savers.