Christmas Decorating Tips With At Home~ Decorative Nesting Boxes

December 8, 2016

By Tab Byrum

Day Five


I saw all these beautiful boxes from At Home and just had to mention and show them on the blog. The boxes are decorated beautifully and can be used for SO many different purposes and easily stored since they all rest inside of each other taking it down to one box to put away. So, without waiting any longer here’s a look at a few of the different boxes available from At Home and some ideas of how to make the best use of them. Enjoy!!!


First off is the obvious, how beautiful these boxes would be for Christmas presents. You can leave them as they are or add a beautiful ribbon and bow. This set would be beautiful with a green ribbon or gold ribbon. 


This is one of my favorite sets of boxes, I love everything about this, from the fun subject matter of Santa’s hat and coat to the elf stockings and shoes.


I don’t know that I could give these away so they would be great storage boxes for ornaments and cards. 


I think this plaid set would be great for sharing Christmas cookies and candy with family and friends. These would be beautiful with a solid red ribbon and bow.



I’m usually not a fan of the color blue at Christmas but I think these boxes are gorgeous and would make wonderful gift boxes. 


The gold and red on this box give some wonderful options for ribbons. 


The holly wreath on this box is just screaming for a red bow. 


These snowflakes on red ribbons are would be beautiful with silver or red ribbons. 


Of course, if you can’t part with the boxes they would make wonderful storage boxes when they aren’t being used to decorate with. 

All of these wonderful boxes from At Home are made of heavy gauge cardboard and will make wonderful decorations, use them to fill in spaces on bookcases or simply laying on a tabletop. There are a lot more choices available at At Home, so check them out. 

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