Sunday, November 27, 2011

Christmas Chairs

I hope everyone had a fabulous Thanksgiving and enjoyed their weekend! The hubs and I were very productive this weekend, we got the house all decked out for Christmas (pictures coming soon), and we bought my dream car, a pearl white Ford Edge! I am in LOVE with it and so excited. So I spent most of my weekend driving around in my new car! Luckily I completed this project before the big purchase! I decided to dress up my chairs around the dining table for Christmas! We are having a Tacky sweater party in a couple of weeks and I know this table will be home to most of the delicious treats so I wanted the chairs to be cute and festive!
Here's what I used and it only cost me $5 bucks!!
  • 2 bags of pine cones (from Michaels, could be free if you have some in your yard)
  • Red Velvet Ribbon (already had a huge roll left over)
  • Glue sticks

My mom and I started by cutting the ribbon we used three different length ribbon for each chair. We couldn't decide on a knot we liked, so I decided that we should knot it and then make a bow and glue it onto the knot. So I started by making the 4 bows.

Then we picked out the best looking pine cones and hot glued the ribbon onto or into the top of the pine cone.

Here is all the bows and the ribbon with pine cones on glued to the end of it.

We tied the three ribbons in a knot, looping around the chair and we hot glued the bow onto the knot, to create this look:

Here's a view of our table right now. Aren't the pine cone hangings adorable! I LOVE them! We took the leftover pine cones and put them in my cake stand and added some holly berries to it. I hung the beautiful crystal snowflake from our chandelier. This project was so simple, but it definitely takes two to complete, luckily I had my mom here to help me. This was definitely not a task the hubs would could have accomplished.

Thanks for reading! :)


  1. Pretty! What a great job Kelli! Im slacking on my Christmas decorating.. I need to get my rear in gear :)

  2. Omygoodness, what a wonderful idea! It looks gorgeous on your chairs ;)

    Coley @

  3. So simple, so nice and so festive! Love it!

  4. Nicely done! You have a beautiful home!

  5. Love it! What else can I say :)

    New follower from Yes, Teacher

  6. I love pine cones - they are everywhere here in North Carolina! Such a wonderful way to decorate for Christmas. I love them in your cake stand too! Beautiful.

  7. Those chairs turned out gorgeous!! I wish I could do the same but my cats would treat it all as a cat toy :D

  8. They look beautiful! I'd love for you to link these up to my Things I've Done Thursday link party that opens up tonight!

    Sew Rugged @ bear rabbit bear

  9. So pretty! New follower here from the blog hop :) Thank you so much for joining us :) Hope you have a great day!

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  11. I swoon. :0 Thank you for linking this to Motivated Monday at BeColorful. I just wanted you to know I featured it on tonight's post at BeColorful

  12. That's a cute idea! It looks very festive.

    Thanks for linking up :)

  13. Seasons Greetings! Thank you so much for sharing your talent on “A Little Birdie Told Me…” at Rook No. 17! With all the parties out there to choose from, it means a lot that you take the time be a part of mine! Warmest wishes, Jenn

  14. They look so pretty! I always do big red bows on my chairs for Christmas, the pinecones are a fab addition! Thanks so much for joining in on our Tag-Along Thursday Blog Hop, I am now following your blog. Em

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