3 Unique Ways to Use Cowboy Boots in Christmas Décor

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Decorating your home with the use of cowboy or western boots has become a unique sensation throughout the country, but, here in Texas, it’s been an art form for some time now. We use cowboy boots for vases, as part of housewarming and new office gifts, and to celebrate seasonal occasions. This is why this entire article is dedicated to the incorporation of such esteemed footwear (and obvious statement of Texas pride) into Christmas decorating in your home. Here are three unique ways to use cowboy boots in your Christmas décor.

1. As a Door Decoration

Photo: Facebook/Gina A DiPasquale

Repurposing a pair of well-worn cowboy boots into a classy Christmas door decoration is an excellent way to reduce/re-use/recycle as well as gussy-up your home with something personal. It’s also quite fitting for the season, here in Texas.

2. As Part of an Ornament Display

Photo: Facebook/North Pole West-the Original Cowboy Christmas Store

In the instance identified above, the boots are actual ornaments themselves, however, that’s not to say that with a little bit of elbow grease, some great DIY thoughts and plans, and some paint and sparkles, a pair of real cowboy boots, perhaps Tecovas Cowboy Boots, could resemble this same beautiful ensemble. It’s very western chic!

3. As a Christmas Floral Arrangement

Photo: Facebook/Big Hair Productions

Cowboy boots doubling a vase is nothing new to a Texas home, but specifically for a Christmas arrangement is unique, beautiful, and lends a touch of country charm and class to any room. What are some of the interesting ways that you’ve found for using cowboy or western boots in your home holiday décor?