I can’t really lay claim to my shed considering it holds really un-fun stuff like a lawn mover and rakes, but I could still give it a cute she-shed holiday makeover. I can’t believe we’ve lived here as long as we have, and I’ve never made it even a little bit cute in the winter. I’m actually excited to see how it looks with a little snow on the ground this winter.
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Our spring plans will be to give this guy a coat or two. For now, we’ll add a little holiday cheer. I first draped the eves of the shed with a pine garland from the home improvement store. You can watch a video of the entire process start to finish, and continue onto the post for more details.
For my planter, I dumped out most of the dirt from one in the front and pulled it to the back. I added some pine branches clipped from one of the trees in our yard. I stuck some red twig dogwood, and branches that were spray painted white into the dirt to hold them in place. Once the pot freezes, they won’t go anywhere (This planter is metal, so I’m not so worries about it freezing. I wouldn’t do this in a ceramic planter.). A few years ago,I decided to start planting a winter cutting garden, and it’s nice to be able to finally have some trees and shrubs that are big enough to use.
After the planter and garland, I propped a cool, old sled one of my friends gave me and added a wreath made from the excess garland.
Earlier this year, we added some cute solar lanterns. They aren’t super bright, but I like that it adds some charm to the shed. And so far, they’ve even charged with our overcast winter here.
I had a few extra plastic ornaments from our tree I tied on the makeshift wreath to dress it up a bit.
It makes me happy to go out in the yard and see a bit of something happy. Dressing it up and giving it a cute she-shed holiday makeover was just the thing for our yard!
Have you ever decorated a shed or a deck for your outdoor decor? One year I decorated our deck, and it makes me want to do it again this winter!
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