French Cottage Christmas Basket

Christmas Door Decor Blog Hop 19

Welcome to Cloches and Lavender, Christmas is right around the corner.  Today, I’m taking part in a Christmas wreath door hop set up by Amber from Follow the Yellow Brick Home.  If you’re coming here after visiting Jann at Have a Daily Cup, welcome.  I love Jann’s style with warmth and always many vintage pieces.

I am so honored and excited to be a part of this hop and to share our door dressed for Christmas.

Our home is French/French Country Cottage style, I wanted to keep it rustic.  I purchased this basket last year from Ballard.  I have been wanting this piece f or quite some time, so when it was on sale last year I grabbed it for a great price and free shipping.  Who doesn’t love that?


I love this for its classic look and it allows me to have the option of not having your ordinary wreath all the time.   Filling the basket with assorted greens from the garden center adds a natural feel that I love for Christmas.


The addition of birch branches, a deer antler and a few pinecones add character and charm to the simplicity of the greens.  I carried this throughout our front porch this  year and I’m loving it.

Be sure to come back for a visit when I show our front porch at Cloches and Lavender.  I hope this will give you some inspiration to get your front door ready for Christmas and to welcome friends and family.

Please make sure you hop over to visit  Welch House to see her pretty and simply door idea.

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Hello, my name is Cindy and welcome to Cloches & Lavender. I enjoy making our house a home with antiques and thrifted finds. Antiques are used as my staples in my dcor to remain on a budget. I will often upcycle pieces with paint to make them new again. I enjoy DIYs

32 thoughts on “French Cottage Christmas Basket

  1. Love, love your basket! It really has unique style. And like everything you touch it’s beautiful!! Thanks for the sweet shout out!!

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