10 Ways How to Use Rope to Decorate for Christmas
With a little decorative Rope (or a lot!) you can create a natural Christmas Holiday ambiance with a beachy relaxed nautical vibe. So here are 10 ways how to use rope to decorate for Christmas!
Rope looking chic as a garland, draped over the fireplace mantel with greenery. The entire fireplace is not bad either -all covered in oyster shells! Seen on Christmas Decorating Ideas at Coastal Living.
A decorative rope with ribbons adorns a banister for a Coastal Themed Christmas.
Using a boat rope tied with a Sailor's Knot on a wreath. Featured on Christmas Wreath Ideas -Green and Simple.
A rope garland around a Nautical Christmas Tree. Source unfortunately unknown.
I still think this DIY light rope garland is a brilliant idea, featured on Indoor Christmas Lights Ideas.
Or how about making a few fun rope cone trees! You could create a similar winter wonderland vignette as shown on 10 Great Natural Driftwood Christmas Decorations (see driftwood cone trees). To make the cones, use cardstock paper, trim off one of the corners and twist it into a cone. For all the details, click here!
Give some ornaments a new look with a Rope wrap! Featured on 12 Homemade Xmas Ornaments.
Or fill a few clear glass ornaments with decorative rope, also previously featured on 12 Homemade Xmas Ornaments. Filled ornaments are amongst the Most Popular Christmas Ornament Crafts Ever!
Then, think Gift Wrap! Do a simple wrap, and create variety by quadrupling your decorative rope (twine).
Or learn how to Make a Maritime Knot Accent with your decorative rope! Love the wrapping paper and tag? They're available as free downloads at Hey Look.