This Christmas picture ledge looks amazing! I love this above the couch as an alternative to a gallery wall. So easy to swap out the frames and art with the seasons. The holiday art looks pretty and the fabric garland is fun, too.

Christmas Picture Ledge & DIY Fabric Garland

I’ve been taking my time decorating for Christmas this year, and finished up the picture ledge above our couch this weekend. I filled the frames with free art printables and wrapping paper and am proud to show it off to you today!

This picture ledge has become my favorite spot to decorate this year. I DIYed it for $10 around this time last year, and have been rotating the art with the seasons all year long. It’s so fun to move things around and try out different arrangements. I’ve mostly been using frames here, but have also incorporating some smaller objects throughout the year. For Christmas, I also made a cute fabric garland to drape across the frames.

This Christmas picture ledge looks amazing! I love this above the couch as an alternative to a gallery wall. So easy to swap out the frames and art with the seasons. The holiday art looks pretty and the fabric garland is fun, too.

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Whenever I’m resetting this ledge for a new holiday or season, I take everything off of it so I can start with a blank slate. Then I set out to gather up new things to frame.

For this Christmas picture ledge, I framed a few free printables from some fellow bloggers that I found via Pinterest. If you’re looking for printable art, I pin a ton of it to this board on Pinterest. If you’re looking for the exact printables I used, here are the sources: Red Station Wagon, Three Black Trees, Baby It’s Warm Inside, Geometric Black Tree.

This Christmas picture ledge looks amazing! I love this above the couch as an alternative to a gallery wall. So easy to swap out the frames and art with the seasons. The holiday art looks pretty and the fabric garland is fun, too.

The rest of the frames are filled with standard wallpaper, and I also added in that large red tin tray.

This Christmas picture ledge looks amazing! I love this above the couch as an alternative to a gallery wall. So easy to swap out the frames and art with the seasons. The holiday art looks pretty and the fabric garland is fun, too.

This Christmas picture ledge looks amazing! I love this above the couch as an alternative to a gallery wall. So easy to swap out the frames and art with the seasons. The holiday art looks pretty and the fabric garland is fun, too.

I created the fabric bead garland while watching TV one night. Can you believe I found all three of those fabrics at the thrift store this year? How amazing is that? I used the red buffalo check fleece, the green polka dotted fabric, and the black and white check is actually part of a blouse.

I used these small styrofoam balls as the base of the garland. I poked holes through them with a wooden skewer, and then used a glue gun to cover the balls with thin strips of fabric. Once they were all covered in fabric, I bent a paper clip into a makeshift needle and strung them on embroidery floss.

I used the same fabric and process to cover old ornaments for our Christmas tree this year. If you missed them, here’s the tutorial.

This Christmas picture ledge looks amazing! I love this above the couch as an alternative to a gallery wall. So easy to swap out the frames and art with the seasons. The holiday art looks pretty and the fabric garland is fun, too.

This Christmas picture ledge looks amazing! I love this above the couch as an alternative to a gallery wall. So easy to swap out the frames and art with the seasons. The holiday art looks pretty and the fabric garland is fun, too.

This Christmas picture ledge looks amazing! I love this above the couch as an alternative to a gallery wall. So easy to swap out the frames and art with the seasons. The holiday art looks pretty and the fabric garland is fun, too.

Doesn’t my couch look so festive now? You can see it right when you walk in our front door, so I love that the picture ledge makes it easy to switch things up for different holidays and seasons.

This Christmas picture ledge looks amazing! I love this above the couch as an alternative to a gallery wall. So easy to swap out the frames and art with the seasons. The holiday art looks pretty and the fabric garland is fun, too.

I hope you enjoyed my quick Christmas picture ledge tour today!

Here’s a little trip down memory lane of some of the past looks of this picture ledge:

Fall Picture Ledge

What a gorgeous fall living room! I love the pops of red she added into this blue/neutral room. Check out that gallery wall! Great home tour.

 

Spring/Summer Picture Ledge

This living room looks so pretty! Love all of those blue pillows and that picture ledge/gallery wall.

Spring/Summer Picture Ledge

These Valentine's Day printables would be perfect to add to my gallery wall

2015 Christmas Picture Ledge

Check out this cute living room tour all decked out for Christmas!

 

Happy holidays!

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