Add a Driftwood Garland to your Christmas decor. You can wrap it with Christmas lights, and/or glue a little bit of glitter on it for a festive touch (as you see it done on the trees). Via Zulily.
A fabulous tall driftwood Christmas tree, featured at DIY Network.
Make a Driftwood Holiday Star or catch your Driftwood Star on Ebay. By Scott Designs.
Prop up a lovely driftwood sign for the season, made by Maine Coast Cottage.
Sail through Christmas with darling Driftwood Sailboats by The Bay Creations.
Or if you have one of these lovely Driftwood Boats, deck it our for Christmas! Via The Lettered Cottage.
Learn how to construct a Driftwood Christmas Tree Garland by Burlap and Denim.
Find out how to make driftwood starfish here. I think these would look pretty during the Holidays, spread out on a side table, attached to a wreath, hanging from the tree, or on the wall.
Use driftwood pieces and small sticks to create a family of reindeers. Via.
Make a cute little driftwood snowman. By Creative Carved Art.
Stage a wintry scene with Driftwood Christmas Trees, featured here.
Take your inspiration from this collection of Driftwood Trees, mine included!
For this year I decked out my driftwood Christmas tree with colorful mini LED lights from the Martha Stewart collection.
Got a long driftwood branch? Dress it up with Festivity.
Or create a Christmas chandelier! Source unknown.
Maybe this pretty White Driftwood Star inspires an idea?
And get ideas for wreaths here!
And last but not least, deck out a driftwood branch with ornaments! It makes for a great Holiday Table Centerpiece! Seen here. Another great idea you see on this table are the Sand Filled Vases with Candles. You could also use small beach buckets as featured here!
The "Merry Christmas" series so far includes the following themes: Burlap and Seaglass, next up -Seashells!