These pretty, frosted candleholders

Repurpose your favorite small jars to create pretty frosted candle holders. Just stick some Epsom salt to them, and then use them during the holiday season and all throughout the winter months. Get tutorial here

Her rustic, snowy string lights

Add some snowy magic to your decor this season with spruced up string lights. In under 10 minutes, you could use dollar store items to give your home that perfect, rustic, wintery feel. Get tutorial here

These easy, snow-covered pine cones

Gather pine cones from your backyard, and sprinkle salt onto them to create snowy additions to your winter decor. Get tutorial here

A stylish pom-pom garland

Transition your mantel from Christmas to winter very easily with a simple garland made with snowball pom-poms and gold-tipped wooden beads. Get tutorial here

Her whimsical winter lantern

Turn your lantern into a beautiful winter wonderland. Fill it with fake snow, add wintery figurines, and then attach string lights for a whimsical piece to display in your home. Get tutorial here

This cozy knitted wreath

Create a lovely wreath for your home in just one hour using the two finger knitting method to add a cozy touch to your winter decor. Get tutorial here

Her rustic snowflake wall decor

Replicate Pottery Barn’s neutral-colored snowflake wall decor for a tenth(!!) of the price using driftwood and a planked backing. Get tutorial here

This Scandinavian-inspired candleholder

Add a calming vibe to your home with a Scandinavian-inspired candleholder filled with gorgeous green moss and white candles. Get tutorial here

These simple twine trees

Create simple twine trees for your mantel from scraps that you find around your home to add a rustic feel to your space. Get tutorial here

This magical forest globe

Fill a dollar store jar with fake snow, vines, and fairy lights to create a simple yet beautiful forest globe that’ll add a magical touch to your winter decor. Get tutorial here

These delicious-smelling cinnamon pine cones

Sprinkle cinnamon onto your collection of pine cones, and then place them in a glass bowl for a lovely, scented display. Get tutorial here

Her cozy candle sweaters

Stretch pretty, cut-up socks over your candleholders to give your home a warm, cozy feel during the cold winter months. Get tutorial here

This twinkly winter scene

Stick a winter scene to a glass jar using packing tape, and then glue 3-D figures to the outside before adding bright twinkle lights to enhance the scene and atmosphere. Get tutorial here

Her beautiful yule log

Grab a branch from your backyard to make a beautiful yule log that’ll be perfect as a winter centerpiece on your dining room table, kitchen table, or even your coffee table. Get tutorial here

This frosted branches arrangement

Spray paint some branches white before sprinkling Epsom salt on them for a frosted appearance, and then arrange them in a lovely vintage bucket for a glorious winter centerpiece. Get tutorial here

These cute decorative lanterns

Build a set of cute, decorative wood lanterns for under $10. It’s super easy, and you’ll love how they turn out. Get tutorial here

Her swoon-worthy faux fireplace

Add unique character to your living room with a cozy, faux fireplace made with real wood slices for the perfect finishing touch. Get tutorial here

A comfy, braided fringe throw blanket

Update your stash of soft fleece throw blankets with a trendy braided fringe, and then wrap yourself up to stay warm. Get tutorial here

This clever repurposed tree collar

Repurpose your large, wicker Christmas tree collar as a beautiful, textured storage basket for all year round. Get tutorial here