Christmas came and went and so did my Christmas mantel. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas celebration.
Our Christmas celebration was filled with family, love, and praises to God. Now, our mantel is filled with vintage new year's hats, horns, and noise makers.
I left the starry night backdrop from Christmas on the mantel. I bought a box of vintage new year's hats from an estate sale years ago and they are displayed on the mantel.
I've always said that new year's décor is perfect for my "style", because it is wildly overflowing with
junk fun, and it's okay to be cluttered and messy when you're celebrating the new year.
The banner is vintage new year's cards.
I had a hard time coming up with anything wild enough for our hearth for new year's décor. I ended up using the top piece and the bottom piece of a silver and pink aluminum tree that I use for Easter and Valentine's.
Our mirrored ball may not be big and it may not drop, but it gives us a reminder of the dropping ball in New York.
I removed the Christmas ornaments from the trees and "threw" New Year's décor on them.
It may be wild, but you have to admit, it's festive.
I'm so glad you came by to see how we will ring in the new year.
This post is partying with Met Monday at Between Naps on the Porch, Inspire Me Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life, Tweak it Tuesday at Cozy Little House, Table It at Rustic and Refined, and You’re Gonna Love It Tuesday at Kathe with an E.