SERIES DEBUT OF “TUESDAY TIPS”

Welcome to the inaugural post of “Tuesday Tips” here at Reviving Charm! I will be posting an idea (or two) to help infuse a quick dose of charm and style into your life on a weekly basis. Many of us are short on time with our busy lives and busy routines, especially during the holiday season, so the ideas I will be presenting are intended to be things that are relatively simple to accomplish. Anyway, that’s the goal…let’s see how it goes…and let’s roll with it! I hope you enjoy the new series…I’d love to hear your thoughts along the way! Here it goes….

For me, the past few days have been all about “decking the halls” and putting the finishing touches on all our Christmas decorating. I am sure many of you are still busy doing the same so it seemed natural to have this first Tuesday Tip be all about holiday decorating.

Tip No. 1: Fresh wreaths are one of my absolute favorite holiday decorations and I adore this idea of putting them at the center of attention above a mantle. Incorporating wreaths in a variety of different types of greenery introduces various textures that will allow you to leave them in their natural state to enjoy their individual beauty. Be sure to mix a few different sizes in and add a simple bow that coordinates with the rest of your decor to add a dash of color.

Tip No. 2: Fill decorative crystal bowls with fruit, such as oranges or pomegranates, and place them on a mantle or table for a quick way to add an extra element of nature into your holiday decorating.
tuesday-tips-1-christmas-via-revivingcharmSo there you have it…a few quick tips to help you out with your holiday decorating. Enjoy the season! 

6 thoughts on “SERIES DEBUT OF “TUESDAY TIPS”

  1. Karen B. says:

    Not sure about the number of wreaths but they are all very pretty. I love the citrus idea since it gives a room such a fresh scent.
    This will be fun, you find the best things for us.
    Hope your holiday is not so busy you can’t enjoy!
    xo,
    Karen

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