Festive .99 Christmas Paper Adds Whimsy to Christmas Decor


I bought some really festive paper for .99 and used it in my decorating. An inexpensive way to bring some whimsy to your Christmas décor especially an old vintage cabinet , to see more stop by Sweet tea N' Salty Air http://mrsblackstone.blogspot.com
I applied some of the paper to the back walls of this vintage cabinet
Paper was also applied to the backsplash of the built in in my dining room

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  • Linda Holland
    on Sep 16, 2015

    I have an old kitchen cupboard on the landing on my 2nd floor. I keep a collection of Santa's and Angels in it. Have some Christmasy plaid fabric I thing I will use and just tack it to the back. and add Miniature lights! Great idea! thanks

  • Kevin
    on Mar 7, 2020

    GREAT idea wrapping paper!


    I have great blue plaid IKEA wrapping paper, your idea inspires me to us it inside my kitchen cabinets I removed the 80s white formica doors for "open shelves" and I will like them more when the back wall is covered with the blue plaid wrap paper!


    I think I will use a staple gun to hold the paper, Cut the paper, staple it in place, easy, cheap, cool


    IKEA has beautiful plaid wrap paper, black and white, navy blue and red, etc.


    Kevin

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