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It’s January 3 and the Christmas decorations have come down at our house.  So how do I transition my home décor?  Well this year I made some DIY letters for S-N-O-W!  I will use a combination of silver, black, white and some greenery to decorate for January.  Here’s what I did:

DIY letters for SNOW
I bought papier-mâché letters and snowflake at Hobby Lobby, at 50% off, for a total of $15 for all 5 pieces.
Glitter paint snow letters
I used Krylon silver glitter spray paint for the letters and snowflake, followed by Krylon Glitter Blast sealer. One can of paint was barely enough, but the sealer will last for several uses. They were $7.99 per can.
snow letters for the mantel
I let my letters dry for 72 hours. Then placed on our fireplace mantel with lanterns, candles, pinecones, and greenery.
January mantel decor
Our January mantel décor.
January centerpiece
I repurposed some old Christmas décor and made this centerpiece for January.
January door decor
More upcycled Christmas decorations become a new door hanger for January
January entry way
Nothing new here, but this is our entry way decor for January. I cant decide if I like the votive candles there.
Stairway Gallery
Not seasonal, but I like my stairway gallery with floating shelves I made a few years ago.

How will you be decorating for January?  Share your ideas in the comment section of my blog or on my Facebook page!

sugar and salt scrubs
I made a lavender scrub and a peppermint scrub, but you can use the aromatherapy oils that suit your preferences.  For directions, check out Meditation Monday.
Christmas cards
Cardstock, sticky gems, and a fine point black Sharpie marker is all you need for these adorable cards!

I’m excited that I have had my first “DIY” post for the holidays.  Check it out at The Ultimate Holiday Scavenger Hunt for DIY-ers.