As you can see from my header I’m getting into the Christmas spirit! I’ve been loving flame less candles and led lights around my home; not only for Christmas, but for all season decor.
I absolutely love the warmth and inviting atmosphere that these accents provide; led candles, string led lights, twinkle lights, twig lights, flickering flame less candles…
I’ve been drawn to the primitive county decor ideas which also make the best inexpensive gift ideas. The flame less candles (votive, pillar or tapered) are beautiful and have a timer!
In the picture below you’ll see one of my tapered candles which comes on and turns off at the same time every day and I don’t even have to touch it! I love it.
These twig lights I have in the corner of my bedroom, they make it just that much more cozy. When I find the right accents I’ll put some flowers perhaps or some kind of addition with these lights but for now I’m enjoying them just as they are.
This hanging star with a flame less flicker votive candle in it is my favorite primitive accent piece. `Although these things are perfectly easy Christmas decor, I believe I will use them all year round.
I have purchased some extras because these gorgeous little pieces make splendid inexpensive gift ideas.
My next project is to set up the string of mini twinkle led lights. I’m just not sure where to put them yet. I’m open to suggestions if you have any. I’m thinking that maybe when I decorate my mini Christmas tree it will be cute with these lights. Usually I use colored lights on a tree but maybe it’s time for a change, ya think?
I saw these set up in a store and just had to have them. The twinkling isn’t fast or irritating but nicely timed and I thought seemed softer than the usual twinkle lights.
Here’s a better view of my lovely little mantel…
What do you think? Are you into the cozy atmosphere type of accents and do you think this makes for easy Christmas decor?
What about as inexpensive gift ideas, can you see yourself gifting something like the hanging star with flickering votive? Perhaps even a great hostess gift?