I never give sheet music a second thought…until the holidays roll around!  Somehow, sheet music and the holidays seem to go hand-in-hand and this season, I’ve seen so many beautiful projects that incorporate sheet music.

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Once upon a time, I used to play the piano and somewhere tucked away in my garage, I have my old music books.  I always think that one day I’ll take lessons again so I’m not quite ready to tear apart my music books and use them for decoration.  No matter, though, because you can print gorgeous sheet music from your home computer!  Details below.

 

6 Fun Holiday Uses for Sheet Music

 

 

1. Sheet Music Vase

I was recently browsing the latest Pottery Barn catalog when I spotted this vase on the dresser.

Sheet Music Vase 

It’s fun, festive and within my limited skill set!  {Because I’m not really a crafty person, just a crafty-wannabe…}  I already had a glass vase at home, so I simply taped some sheet music around the vase and finished it off with a bit of twine!  You don’t even have to own any sheet music to do this project because you can print it from your home computer.  Check out the great {FREE} images available from Angie at Knick of Time, like the one I used below!

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2. Sheet Music Garland/Banner

Who wouldn’t want a little joy in their life?  Nest of Bliss has a great tutorial for creating a sheet music banner that includes printing letters on it and embellishing the edges with glitter!  You can read Brandi’s full tutorial {here}.

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You could also create a paper chain garland to decorate your Christmas tree and this project is something you could do with the kids.

Paper Chain Sheet Music Garland
{via Vintage Farmhouse}

 

3. Sheet Music Wreath

Timeless and elegant, sheet music wreaths add a sense of sophistication and holiday charm.  This rosette wreath from Anthology on Main is spectacular!

Sheet Music Rosette Wreath Anthology on Main
{via Anthology on Main on Etsy}

 

I also love this cone wreath from Rita at Rose Flower 48.

Sheet Music Wreath Rose Flower 48
{via Rose Flower 48 on Etsy}

 

4. Sheet Music Ornaments

There are so many different ornament styles that can be created using sheet music.  These are two of my favorites:

A clear glass ornament and some strips of sheet music and you can make this adorable decoration for your tree.

BHG Sheet Music Ornament
{via Better Homes & Gardens}

 

The Heirloom Shoppe sells these adorable ornaments on Etsy.

Sheet Music Rosette Ornament The Heirloom Shoppe
{via The Heirloom Shoppe on Etsy}

 

5. Sheet Music Trees

I’m always drawn to natural, paper trees for holiday decorating.  Aren’t these beautiful?!  Click on the image source to view details and tutorials.

The Shabby Cottage Sheet Music Tree
{via The Shabby Creek Cottage}

 

Wonder Forest Sheet Music Tree
{via Wonder Forest}

 

 

6.  Sheet Music Gift Tags & Wrapping Paper

There’s something beautiful about the simplicity of sheet music as wrapping paper and gift tags.

Vintage Sheet Music Gift Tags
{via Mission Jewels on Etsy}

 

Miss Mustard Seed Sheet Music Gift Wrap
{via Miss Mustard Seed}

 

 

You can find tons of other sheet music projects on Pinterest, so if you have any sheet music lying around, I’m sure you can find a use for it.  But remember, even if you don’t have any sheet music, you can always print it from your home computer.  Angie at Knick of Time has a great selection to choose from!

 

 

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