Silver & Blue Christmas

 

Well, tis the season! Over here at FatWallet there’s almost nothing else on our mind.

If you’re still decorating for Christmas, we’ve got ideas aplenty for spicing up your living room this year. Red and green? Please. It’s time to change it up.

Why not try an equally classy theme, like silver and blue?

We’ve got crafts for those of you who love to make it yourself, some cute things to buy if that’s what you’re into, and tasty silver-and-blue themed treats!

-Marian!

1. Frosty Pillar Candles

Make your own frosted candles with this step-by-step guide on marthastewart.com!

2. Silver Tree Centerpiece

Green? For a tree? Please. This year, add some sparkle to your life and buy this silver tree from Rakuten.com and get up to 5.5% Cash Back from FatWallet!

3. Outstanding Ornaments

Decorate you newly acquired silver tree with this 50-piece set of festive ornaments from Target (you’ll get up to 2.5% Cash Back while you’re at it!). Fifty seems like a lot, right? Well, you can use extras for this next idea.

4. Ornament Display

This idea comes from the flickr user jcann, and I just couldn’t pass it up. Get some stacking cake plates from Amazon.com! Then decorate with ornaments and you’re done. Easy and chique; my favorite.

5. DIY Snowflake Wreath

Maybe you want something a little more challenging than putting ornaments on plates. I present to you the snowflake wreath, from onekreigerchick.com. It’s beautiful, straight-forward to make, and perfect for making your silver and blue theme pop!

6. Winter Pillows

Keep cozy in your house with some themed pillows. The ones pictured are from houzz.com, but any silver and blue combo will do!

7. Snowflake Cookies

Not to worry, I haven’t forgotten those of you out there with a sweet tooth. Now I know it may look like you need to be an expert for this Sugar Cookie Recipe, but it actually looks doable! Go on, make some fancy cookies Santa will love.

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