On an end table, I grouped some of my favorite Santas, and some holiday toys.
The red and white Santa puzzle and the Christmas tree peg puzzle came from Old Navy, of all places, a few years ago.
The Santa puzzle is an old postcard that'd been glued to a block of wood, then cut into a jigsaw puzzle.
I tucked them into a small box, and nestled them into some greenery with a floral pick. Festive and easy!
Underneath this end table, Twinkle Bear found a place to rest for the evening. We've got a stash of Santa hats there too, in case anyone is feeling particularly festive.
On another end table, I have a lantern with a floral pick, and a painted Santa figure. They are sitting beside a hand-made bent wood box with a hand-carved top. My dad made this box for me.
The Santa is painted in a very detailed way. I found him at an arts and crafts fair a long time ago - he was one of my first Santas in my collection.
Here's a detail view of the relief carving of the top of the box.
The inside of the box is lined with dark green velvet. I use it to store coasters.
I love the detail of the overlap on the bent wood box. I love displaying the handiwork of my family!
In my powder room, I added some fresh greens from the yard and a new candle. Above the mirror is a swag of red berries and red apples.
Another Santa and some festive hand towels finish up the powder room decor.
I think that's about it for today's decorating fun. Thanks for dropping by!
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