We love looking for ideas and ways to turn our homes into a winter wonderland for the holidays. If you feel stuck in a decorating rut, let us help you with our guide on How to Decorate a Christmas Mantle. Easy tips and tricks to help you style a Holiday mantle with ease.
We have been loving the layered sign look for home decor and especially for mantels. They just look dreamy!
And with our Christmas Home Decor Prints it is super easy!
We have 6 different color schemes with 10 different prints and then extra prints. That means there are over 60 different prints for you to create the perfect Christmas Mantle for your home!
Here are our top ticks for How to Decorate a Christmas Mantle:
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First, head to our shoppe to purchase the Christmas Home Decor Prints. These prints are sized and formatted to be printed as photos. We sent ours to Costco, but you can send them to your favorite photo print shop.
We started with our mantel pre-decorated with Garland Pine with White Berry, part of the Hearth and Hand Line at Target. And Also, these adorable home stocking hangers from the Target Dollar Spot. And of course the White Knit Stockings from Hearth and Hand.
Add a frame to your prints and then start to layer them. (We got the frames from Target.)
We started with this “Oh Come Let Us Adore Him” print in Navy.
Add another print to the side. Having a different size and shaped frame, like this square one. Isn’t this green “Noel” print beautiful?
Adding in another tall print on the side adds more dimension to the mantle.
We loved the look of this “Oh Holy Night” print on the side. Adding in the white print brings some fun contrast.
Now stand back and enjoy your beautiful mantle.
Here’s another fun option for decorating a Christmas Mantle with our Christmas Home Decor Prints.
Our Red Plaid Background print.
Add the “Oh Holy Night” print next.
Next add in the “Noel” wreath print in a square frame.
Finally, we add in the simple but beautiful, “joy” print.
We can’t wait to see you use these prints in your decorating this holiday season. Tag us on social media so we can see.
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