Creating an Easy Winter Mantel with Mason Jars

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Create a beautiful winter mantel with Christmas leftovers!

Creating a beautiful winter mantel with Mason Jars and leftover Christmas decorations.
Putting away the Christmas decorations can be bitter sweet. 

There are so many pieces I just love so I'm keeping them out this year and creating an icy blue winter mantel.

I changed out my Christmas Mantel by removing the Santa, the reindeer, and the lights. 


In their places I added my icy blue Mason Jar collection. 

These colors are perfect for the cold winter months. 

a beautiful winter mantel with Mason Jars and leftover Christmas decorations.

I added a battery powered tea light under the vintage insulators for a little sparkle.


 I matched the pillows on the kitty approved couch too!

A beautiful winter mantel using Mason Jars

Leaving up those snowy trees just works for the winter and I barely had to move them. 

Create a beautiful winter mantel using Mason Jars

I added a giant glittered snowflake to my DIY mantel ladder which I leave on my mantel all year long. 

DIY mantel ladder and a glittery snowflake

I even get to keep up my very favorite DIY funnel tree for another month or two.

Create a beautiful winter mantel using vintage Mason Jars

Happy New Year winter mantel using vintage Mason Jars

I wish all my friends and family an happy and healthy 2018!

Happy New Year winter mantel


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4 comments

  1. I love, love, love this fabulous creative winter mantel.

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  2. Thanks so much Ivory Jean! I'm really happy with it too! :)

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  3. Love the blue on your mantel. The funnel tree is a great idea!

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  4. Thank you Vickie! I love that funnel tree! I would keep it up all year if I could LOL Stay warm!

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