Do you find Valentine’s decor tends to be a little on the cute-sy side…..with an over-abundance of red and pink? How about taking the cute factor down a notch with these neutral Valentine decoration ideas that have a more sophisticated feel. Valentine home accessories in shades of cream, white, gray, brown, black, and even blue blend in nicely with almost any type of decor.
We love cotton, and we love that you can decorate with it all year! It’s the perfect accent to any holiday or everyday decor! We’ve gathered a few of our favorite holiday decor ideas using cotton! See one you just can’t live without? We carry Small & Large Cotton Stems, Cotton Bulbs, Cotton Garland and Cotton Wreaths! Purchase in store, or give us a call! We ship!
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Come Join us on Friday, November 27th from 10-6 EST for amazing deals through out the store!
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For the week of July 4th, starting TODAY…our entire front porch and front lawn will be 25% off of the ticketed price! This includes our metal planters, metal tin flowers, a FEW select colored metal words….
and much more…
We also have a few sales happening within our store!
We have jewelry marked from 25%-75% off, a few vendors that are running entire booth sales and more special promotions….
If you are planning on traveling this week, we are located directly off I-85, Exit 77.
We will be open Monday-Friday from 10-6 EST and closed on Saturday, July 4th.
Have a SAFE and HAPPY 4th of July!
Happy New Year from Resurrect Antiques!!
May this New Year renew all happiness, may the spirit of joy keep glowing in your heart, we wish all of our friends a very Happy and Blessed New Year!
We will be closed today, but re opened tomorrow from 10-6 est. All remaining Christmas Merchandise will be marked 75% OFF
Well that time of year has rolled around again! Time for new beginnings, resolutions, and of course celebration! We have gathered a few easy ideas to make your New Years Eve Celebration a little more special!
How fun are these little clock cookies? You could even throw these together using refrigerated cookie dough! And an easy little printable banner is the crowning touch!We just love the use of vintage clocks for easy decor that packs a punch!How awesome are these Auld Lang Syne sheet music luminaries and party hat? Perfect New Years Eve decor!!
Wishing everyone a very Merry and Blessed Christmas from Resurrect Antiques!
The store will re open tomorrow at 10am EST and will stay open until 6pm EST! All Christmas Merchandise will be 50% OFF (excluding The Potpourri by Diann Cullinan)
Brown paper packages tied up with string……these are a few of our favorite things!
Kraft paper wrapping has been a favorite forever. Newspapers or brown paper bags also give the same feel. We have quite a selection of rustic wrapping supplies here at the store! Burlap ribbon and bags….lace and muslin ribbons, burlap bags in all sizes, kraft wrapping paper, and jute twine…..even a few rusty bells…..find the rest in your yard and you are set!
Pine cones and cedar sprigs instantly transform your wrapping into woodsy wonders.Burlap, which is really all the rage this year, now comes in nice ribbon rolls, so it’s very easy to use. However, if you find it is difficult to tie or glue on a package, try stapling the burlap ribbon right on the box or the paper bag!To tie it everything together, use strings of all sorts: baker’s twine, raffia, jute or hemp twines, wool and pompoms – anything with a natural feel! Whether it is by adding a piece of lace, doily, or ribbon, a touch of white mixes beautifully with the natural earth tones of Kraft paper.
Try hand stamped names, floral picks, or find a variety of adhesive decorations on the scrapbooking isle!Decorate with wood twigs (have fun picking them up with the kids on your next outing!), fir branches (real or fake!), dried leaves, pinecones and berries…
Decorating for the Christmas season in a small house can present some challenges, foremost of which is the Christmas tree! When space is at a premium, it’s not easy to move or even remove furniture to accommodate a real tree. And even if you have the space for one, some apartment and condo rules prohibit real trees because of disposal and clean-up issues. Not to mention many condos also don’t have a mantel or staircase-traditional places to deck the halls! With these concerns in mind, we gathered up a few solutions for Christmas decorating in your small space!
How about using chalk, paint pen or washi tape to create a tree on a large wall? You can even decorate it with traditional lights and ornaments, or use your imagination! The sky is the limit!
A book tree!! We have seen so many versions of this classic! But re arranging your books on an existing shelf is genius! Use what you have!How about using lights to create a tree? Wrap a simple tomato cage with lights, or create a tree from scratch!Ladder tree anyone? This is another great idea to use what you have to decorate for the holidays! Grab an old ladder and let your imagination soar! Add lights and some vintage goodness and you have a one of a kind centerpiece for the holidays!How about using natural elements? Decorate some weathered twigs from your yard, or drape your existing houseplants with a few lights and ornaments!Another wonderful idea is to use your special ornament collection and display them in the shape of a tree on a wall……what a great way to display your personality, memories, and style!Use scrap upcycled wood or pallets to create a tree! Use vintage fixtures, ornaments or lights to decorate!
Did you know you can create cheap, over-scaled art work created through Black and White Engineer Printing from OfficeDepot, OfficeMax or Staples? If you haven’t heard of this idea, well it might just change the way you think about large scale artwork, or even changing your artwork for the season!
Engineer, Architecture or Oversize Printing allows you take a photo or printable, and create large black and white copies on inexpensive paper. Engineering printing will not create color copies and you need to make sure your original work isn’t too small of scale. There are several sizes to choose from……..think BIG!! A 24×36 print is generally under $5.00! The process is easy, just upload your artwork at any of the major office supply stores, follow the prompts on the order screens, and you should get a confirmation within minutes and most times your print will be ready in under an hour! Talk about instant gratification!
You have your fabulous chalkboard print! Now what? Well there is a great and very simple tutorial over at Dear Lillie on how to build your own frame! Dear Lillie also sells downloadable printable chalkboard art and have a detailed tutorial on how to have them printed as well!
So don’t be intimidated by large scale art! It is easy and affordable to decorate your home and make a statement for every season! Here are a few of our favorites……..can you believe these are prints and not actual chalkboards?
We are so excited to announce Resurrect’s 12 Days of Christmas Sale!! Join us December 10th thru December 23rd and we will have a different treat for you every day!! Don’t miss out on these fabulous deals as you finish up your Christmas shopping…….or just get a little something for yourself!
Tis the season to receive all those wonderful holiday cards! Catch up with family and friends! And let’s face it, these little sentiments have become a work of art! Who wouldn’t want to display them in their home as part of their holiday decor? We have gathered a few of our favorite ideas and are here today to share them with you!
Even something as simple as strung twine, yarn or wire with clothes pins can be a perfect display. Add ornaments or greenery for a little extra interest.
A log strung with twine or a length of burlap……again with those fabulous clothes pins!There are sever tutorials we ran across on how to make these clothespin wreaths, and what a great way to use an old spoked wheel!We just love the girls from Shanty 2 Chic and even though they designed this display to be used as an advent calendar, we think it would make a fabulous card display. Super simple and free! Gather twigs and branches from your yard, place them in a pretty container, and you have an instant beautiful display!It doesn’t get much simpler than washi tape, a little tinsel and stickers!Just string some wire or lights in an old frame……and clothes pins!!Shutters are always a classic! I never cease to be amazed at the creative uses!
We can’t believe how fast this month has flown by! Please come join us this Saturday November 22nd from 10-6 EST for our Holiday Market!! We will have some fabulous vendors set up in our parking lot, our Christmas decor is making it’s appearance, and SANTA will be here! There are only a few spots left to get Vintage Santa Photos…..click HERE to claim yours!!
Thanksgiving’s almost here but don’t over do it, we have the Holidays coming too soon! So try Transitions, placing things like these around, that can stay out right through the whole winter season. By adding layers to our decor we build the warmth and the anticipation as we move through the season.
Candles and fruit are complementary materials that allow you to easily create artful decorating accents that last from autumn through year’s end. Try miniature fruits — kumquats, clementines — tucked in a patterned glass bowl; tuck a large pillar candle at the center.
Tie bundles of bare tree and winterberry branches to the spindles on your staircase for an autumnal look. After Thanksgiving, tie pine boughs to the branches with pretty velvet ribbon, and wire Christmas ornaments around the velvet ribbon for extra color. Chalkboards are another great decor item for all seasons, pen an appropriate sentiment or quote and you have added a holiday centerpiece!
Trays filled with ornaments make a great holiday centerpiece. For warmth, temper the shine with small sprigs of greenery and miniature pinecones or pumpkins tucked between the ornaments or even inside small vases.
Tuck pillar candle into a glass container and fill the space between with mixed nuts, berries or mini pine cones. Easily switch them out for the season if you wish.
Fill pots, vases or bottles with twigs, pine cones or berries and greenery. How easy is it to go from pots with pumpkins……to pots with pine cones?
And don’t forget the great outdoors…..this pot with twigs and greenery can go from fall to winter easily! Add a few glass ornaments or lights for an even more spectacular display! Fill a bowl with pine cones……pumpkins for the fall and maybe berries or some greenery for winter!
We hope we’ve sparked your creativity, and now you can even more quickly and easily transition from your fall to winter decor. Don’t forget to come see us at the store for all kinds of treasures, holiday or everyday to add to your decor this season!
Fall is a wonderful season, forerunner of the winter. In this season of the year the weather becomes colder and darker. People starting to like hot food and drinks, to warm up their soul and body. Here are a few of our favorites! Enjoy!
Spicy Hot Chocolate Mocha (diethood.com)
Hot Orange Mocha (BHG.com)
Pumpkin Coffee Milkshake (seriouseats.com)
Vanilla Chai (bettycrocker.com)
Caramel Apple Cider (bakingbites.com)
Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate (bakingwithblondie.com)