Christmas day is right around the corner and will soon be a 2023 memory.
This is for when you’ve put up the Christmas stuff and vacuumed up all the glitter and such. In January maybe you’re ready with a clean slate.
You might feel the urge to organize and decorate and DIY and cook comfort foods. I always do.
After Christmas/Winter Decor:
This post is actually about the little cross stitch snowflakes and how to make them. But I loved the entire room so much I wanted to show it as a decorative winter room.
Vintage Winter Living Room:
This is a very cozy living room. The “Winter Festival” sign gives it a seasonal theme as well as the white furniture and throw.
Let In The Light:
Let in the light. Bring on the greenery. It’s cold outside and you want to be in your cozy kitchen baking food in the oven.
And everything is clean and sparkling in the light coming through the large window.
Winter White Candles, Greenery, & Pine Cones:
Find a pretty pot and put greenery and pine cones inside. It’s a very simple winter DIY.
Head out to your yard or go foraging at a park and pick up what you need.
Winter Wonderland Snow Globe Forest:
You can have your own little forest of snow globes after Christmas with this sweet DIY.
Deer are present in any season, and so are trees. So if you have Christmas snow globes out, put them up and make these cute winter snow globes.
Tea Light Candle In A Jar Craft:
I don’t think it gets easier than getting a jar, putting a votive candle inside, then wrapping ribbon around it. And the best part is that you can make it for almost nothing.
Easy Chicken Pot Pie:
Nothing will warm the tummy better than chicken pot pie. The homemade variety instead of frozen means it’s even better!
Healthy Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes:
My older daughter always asked me to make homemade scalloped potatoes when she was young and still living at home.
We loved to have this comfort food on our table.
Southern Peach Cobbler:
Frozen peaches for this recipe make this a great dessert any time of the year. I’d especially love that sweet warmth in winter though.
I do love chicken and dumplings, scalloped potatoes, and peach cobber. They’re three of my favorite foods.