Today I share my five favorite Christmas pins on Pinterest.
This list is likely to change, but I will start with my five favorite Christmas related pins:
Christmas Pin No 1
I initially pinned this picture from TrendyTree.com.
The “Christmas Tree” is put together with 6 RAZ hats. I can’t find these exact hats anymore but here are similar ones that you can purchase individually from Amazon. I love how simple, elegant, and beautiful this tree is. It is the ideal Christmas tree for a unique party theme or a small space.
Christmas Pin No 2
This beautiful gingerbread boy decoration was initially pinned from Audrey Pettit’s Weblog. She shares step-by-step photos of how she makes the gingerbread boy decoration on her blog. She shares a template for the decoration, which she made with a corrugated board.
I like the idea of decorating a gift with a beautiful ornament that can then make its way onto the Christmas tree as a holiday decoration.
Christmas Pin No 3
This picture initially appeared on Tumblr. I love these Santas. These are not only pretty and festive but also a somewhat healthy snack for Christmas day. Assuming, of course, that they will survive until the guests arrive. 🙂
Christmas Pin No 4
This pin is from Zazzle.com. It is special because it personifies the integration of cultures and tolerance. The Buddhist faith is very much about compassion and love. And even though Christmas may at times become very commercialized, Christmas is or should be about love and compassion.
My favorite Christmas Pin No 5
I started this collection with a fabulously beautiful Christmas Tree Pin. I think it is fitting to end the collection with a pin that is a Christmas tree. This idea is so beautifully put together, unusual, and so easy to make. I am not even sure I will take it off after Christmas. Maybe this can be a year round tree that incorporate different design and holiday elements for the different seasons.
Oh and before I forget, this pin was originally pinned from Buzzfeed.com. The article talks about 21 ways to decorate a small space.
I have a confession to make: I love Pinterest. I like that it is so visual. Opening up my Pinterest page is really like opening a magazine with pictures. I probably spend an hour every day on Pinterest. Writing that down, I first had to ask myself: Am I being honest or do I actually spend more time enjoying the beautiful images on Pinterest? Secondly the question arises – Is it only me that spend so much time on Pinterest? That is a definite NO. Research shows that I am not alone with my Pinterest addiction.
It was tough to decide which Christmas pins to add to this list. The only conclusion I can reach is that I will have to add another list of favorite Christmas pins and another and another… 🙂 Maybe the next will be funny Christmas pictures or my all time favorite Christmas decorations.
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