Decorate your home with these beautiful winter decorating ideas using olive buckets.
I love to use olive buckets in my decor and thought I would share a few Winter Decorating Ideas Using Olive Buckets.
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For Christmas I simply placed white poinsettias in them. Red also looks gorgeous!
This is such a classic holiday look and they were simply lovely on the fireplace hearth. Like so many of you, I love to decorate with items that are versatile and olive buckets totally hit the mark!
Now that the Christmas decorations are away, I have been transitioning to winter decor. Here are a couple of my favorite ideas that literally take no time to put together and cost very little to make.
Lighted Rustic Display With Olive Buckets
Filled with lights, pinecones, winter stems and pine-this display is so pretty using elements left over from Christmas.
I filled the bucket first with crumpled tissue paper and newspaper, then added the pine garland, careful to ensure I left a nice row coming out of the top.
Next I added a strand of white lights nestled on the inside of the bucket. Finally arrange 4 winter stems at different angles and add pinecones to finish off this rustic display.
How pretty is this by the fireplace?
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There is something so cozy about decorating with cotton bolls and these beautiful Cotton Picks fill the smaller bucket perfectly! This is something you can decorate with year round.
There you have it-two easy but lovely ways to decorate for winter using olive buckets. I would love to hear how you decorate for Winter and also how you decorate with olive buckets.
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