Let me explain what I'm talking about.
This is the inside of my mantle. It always has the candles, window, mirror, and scale. In the fall I had some fall garland with acorns, orange and brown berries, and twig-like accents intertwined all through these candles. To change it up for the holidays I simply wrapped a few of the candles using the ribbon I used in my wreath and window garland. I also added some whimsy by hanging some fun glittery snowflakes using fishing line and scotch tape.This dish sits on my coffee table. It usually holds wicker balls but I switched those out with these red ornaments for Christmas.
I love this window I picked up at the Antique Mall. I just added a plastic removable hook to it and hung this simple green candle ring to look like a wreath. The best part is that the candle ring was on clearance for $2.00.
I switched out the small green gourds in this glass candle jar for a couple ornaments and used a cut-down skewer to hang a pretty ornament for display.
This is my dining table centerpiece. It is so versatile! I removed the white candles that usually reside in the glasses and replaced them with more of these red ornaments. I also removed the pumpkins, gourds, and fake pears and replaced them with pinecones and faux pine from the craft store.
I thought filling this completely with red ornaments would 1) be too expensive, and 2) be overkill on the red ornaments so I just incorporated a few into the existing wicker balls.