Green and White Christmas Mantel

2 Materials
$25
30 Minutes
Easy
Some of the most AMAZING Christmas rooms start with a fabulously decked out fireplace mantel. It’s a fact, in my opinion ;). So today, I am sharing my green and white Christmas mantel along with 17 of my blogging friends.
Just to make life interesting (just kidding  I try and change up my Christmas mantel every year. Last year in our farmhouse, our tree was in the living room and I added lots of pops of red.
Well, this year is all about the green!
Taking a cue from the gorgeous boxwood wreath I picked up at Trader Joes for $11 (wow!) I decided to keep things simple and neutral in here.
So excited about my boxwood wreath and feeling a little tired from all the Thankgiving leftovers I had been eating, I ran to Giant (our grocery store) and picked up some fresh pine garland to go with it.
After a good 15 minutes wrestling this very long pine garland onto our living room mantel and wondering if it would have been easier to just add fresh pine boughs from our yard and make my own my husband walked by to tell me how much he liked it :). In the end, I couldn't be happier with our living room Christmas mantel turned out! To see more pics of my green and white Christmas mantel, 17 Christmas mantels from my friends and more pictures of our Christmas farmhouse stop by my blog link below.
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Tara @ Lehman Lane
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