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32 Beach Christmas Décor Ideas

Fri, Nov 15, 2013 | Decorating, Holiday decor | By Kate |
 
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This entry is part of 49 in the series Beautiful Christmas Decor Ideas

Beach or coastal Christmas is a rather non-typical thing, unusual and original. There are no fir trees, no traditional ornaments, snow and snowmen – but there are so many cool things instead! A beach Christmas means sand, warmth and sun, and what decorations can you choose for a coastal Christmas? Take some branches and decorate them with shells and star fish, make a tree of driftwood or glue shells into a tree. DIY some ornaments – fill them with sand and shells, write something beach-like. Decorate wreaths and your mantel with star fish, shells, corals, burlap and driftwood. Add some shells and corals to the bowl with Christmas ornaments and Merry Coastal Christmas!

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