Inexpensive DIY Holiday Pictures to Coordinate with your Tablescape

What’s going on, peeps?  Happy Friday!  Today I wanted to share with you how I inexpensively transformed two existing pictures in my dining room so they would coordinate with my Christmas tablescape.

The original pictures looked like this:

There was no way I was going to be able to keep them in the room with my red, gold, and black buffalo plaid check tablescape.  But instead of running from store to store to try and find two holiday pictures to hang, I decided to use items I already had at home to make these pictures work.  Here’s what I used to make it happen:

Wrapping paper, scissors, scotch tape, and packs of letters previously purchased from Michaels was all I needed.  The letters usually retail for $7.99, but I always use a 50% coupon and get them at half price.

I simply took the existing pictures off the wall and wrapped them in my wrapping paper.

Then, using my gold letters, I spelled out words synonymous with the holiday season, Peace and Hope.

I re-hung the finished pictures on the wall and my project was complete.  Effortless, right?

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