Whether you’re soaking in the sun or shoveling snow for days this season, we think a coastal holiday is the best kind of holiday— no matter if you’re on the coast or tucked inland. Here are few easy ways to decorate for the holidays, while keeping the theme coastal.
Sea Urchin Snowman
Who said snowmen (or women) have to be made of snow? This cute fella is made out of actual sea urchins that have been painted and glued together. Add a face and accessories as you like. These make great ornaments or table toppers for any coastal Christmas.
Sea Glass Holiday Décor
This year, trade in your tinsel for sea glass. It’s just as sparkly and festive. Turn the sea glass you’ve collected into something crafty for Christmas. Here’s a piece of holiday wall art made of sea glass and drift wood.
Add a little holiday flair to your staircase or fireplace. Take evergreen bunches, starfish and woven rope to create coastal holiday garland. Add red bows, ornaments or berries for extra holiday color.
Beachy Table Top
Dress your dinner table with a few simple seaside inspirations. Combine your favorite sea baubles such as seashells, starfish, sea glass to your traditional holiday décor like ornaments or candle votives.
Driftwood Christmas Tree
Take your coastal holiday to the next level with this driftwood Christmas tree. This project might be time consuming, but seems well worth the hard work. Decorate it with lots of seashells for ornaments and top it off with a real star fish. This is a festive and fresh alternative to the traditional Christmas tree.
What projects you’ll be trying this season?