How to Display Your Winter Wonderland Village

Have you decorated for Christmas yet? I’ve been pulling out the stockings and twinkle lights earlier and earlier every year {who can blame me?!} Having your home all festive and cozy is my favorite way to bring in the holiday spirit! I have so many beautiful Christmas designs at my shop, but I just adore my new Winter Wonderland Village!

With a sweet chapel, adorable toy shop, festive tree, and house all decorated for Christmas, you can move and arrange your village however you want to create a magical little wonderland!

Just like with my Christmas nativity scene, I like to add even more decorations to the display to give it a unique touch each Christmas. Here are some of my favorite ways to display your winter village scene.

  1. With cotton snow and bottle brush trees

How adorable!! Your Christmas village set will look extra festive with these decorations. I laid a blanket of cotton snow to look like it’s freshly fallen. Then I arranged my village on top with some sweet little bottle brush trees {you can find some at Target or most craft stores}. I also added some pinecones to give it a natural feel!

I just love the way the snow looks with the pewter buildings. This display gives a frosty feel to your winter village scene!

2. On a tiered stand with trees and berries

I have this beautiful two-tiered stand I usually use to serve snacks or desserts. But when I imagined how my Winter Wonderland Village Set would look on it, I decided to get a little creative!

I arranged my display alongside these sweet ceramic trees I got from Target and some red berries for color. Together with my village set, it looks so magical! You can do it on any cake stand, display stand, or serving stand.

Or, you could even arrange them on top of a present! How fun!

3. On the mantle with greenery

The mantle is one of my favorite spots to display my Christmas decorations! Sitting above a roaring fire and hanging stockings, my winter wonderland embodies the season of Christmas.

Add some fir branches, pinecones, and red berries to give a natural look to this display. The colors make it look extra festive, don’t you think?

4. Get the whole family involved with my free coloring page!

Oh, what fun! Because my Winter Wonderland Village Set is oh so loved, I created a free coloring page you can download and print yourself! Your little ones will have a blast coloring their own village!

Even more special, you can cut out your colored village and display it side by side with your pewter scene. Make a sweet family tradition like no other!

There are sooo many ways you can decorate your winter village scene. Get creative, and make a display that captures the magic of the season!

And for a short time now, you can get your very own Winter Wonderland Village Set {and the rest of my shop} on SALE! Run, don’t walk… this is a Christmas MUST-have πŸ˜‰

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