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I am the queen of quick and easy DIY Christmas Decorations.?

I shared a little bit of my home last week in my Decorating for Christmas post. And I’;ve shared this little red car as part of the Mulling Spice Recipe DIY Gift and for DIY Christmas Gifts.

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I have used it on 3 or 4 projects in different ways. It’;s so cute, I have to! ??

I knew I wanted to frame it, but as I was getting ready to place it in one of my white framed IKEA frames, I saw the stack of plaid wrapping boxes on my craft table.

Plaid is so popularpersonalized baby blankets, I even have a Pinterest board dedicated to all things plaid.?

I wondered if it would look silly…;. I wondered if it would look good with my favorite black and cream ribbon. So I broke the rules and tried it! I used my hole punch for the ribbon, slapped some adhesive to the back of the Merry Christmas Red Car printable and stuck it on the plaid box!

I can’;t say I’;ve ever used a wrapping box for a frame before, but for holiday decor that’;s only up for a few weeks, this is PERFECT! I love it! And really, isn’;t that what matters in our homes?

If WE enjoy it, then it’;s the right choice!

I ended up hanging it in our newly painted and designed powder room (I’;ll be sharing that soon) and it looks adorable! For the photos, I just hung it up between the kitchen and family room because the lighting is better.

If my front door wasn’;t hit by the elements of winter, I’;d put it on the door!

Download your free Merry Christmas Red Car and Christmas Tree Printable Here!?

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