Country Christmas!

Here's your guide for the ultimate country music Christmas!

Cheers, It's Christmas by Blake Shelton

Now That's What I Call Country Christmas! by Various Artists

Bluegrass & White Snow: A Mountain Christmas by Patty Loveless

Joy to the World by Faith Hill

On This Winter's Night by Lady Antebellum

Christmas With Nashville by the Nashville cast

Once Upon a Christmas by Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers

White Christmas by Martina McBride

Light of the Stable by Emmylou Harris

The Classic Christmas Album by Elvis Presely 

A Rocky Mountain Christmas by John Denver

Christmas Time Down South by the Charlie Daniels Band 

A Carolina Christmas by the Marshall Tucker Band

A Merry Little Christmas by Lady Antebellum

A Honky Tonk Christmas by Alan Jackson

Christmas Strait To You by George Strait

All I Want for Christmas is a Real Good Tan by Kenny Chesney

The King's Gift by Trace Adkins

Christmas by Brad Paisley

Christmas in the Country by Various Artists

Country Christmas Eve

The Spirit of Christmas by Michael W. Smith and Friends

Christmas the Cowboy Way by Riders in the Sky

A Traditional Christmas by Joe Nichols

The Season for Romance by Lee Ann Womack

Beyond the Season by Garth Brooks

DIY: Glitter Deer Head Decal Gift

Glitter Deer

Step One:
Gather your materials
-Cardstock deer head template (download found here)
-Canvas (any size, but this one is 12"x16")
-Gold glitter
-Small bottle of black gloss acrylic paint
-Large paintbrush
-Small paintbrush
-Liquid gold marker or pen
-Blue painter's tape
-Elmer's glue
-Clear enamel spray or hair spray

Step Two:
"I printed out the deer head then enlarged it by 20% on my printer/copier onto two sheets of cardstock.  Taped them together and cut out the silhouette (you can leave it an on an 8×10 if you want I just wanted mine a little larger)"

Step Three:
I marked off 2″ wide stripes on the canvas with a pencil and the yardstick (just divide evenly based on the size of your canvas)"

Step Four:
"Use blue painter’s tape to mask off the stripes you don’t want paint on.  Wrap the tape around the sides to the back so you can paint the edges too.  Once the blue tape is on, paint the black gloss paint on the alternating stripes.  Allow to dry.  Then remove the painter’s tape."

Step Five:
"Place the deer head cutout on top of the canvas and trace with a pencil."

Step Six:
"Once you have traced the whole template, remove and go over the pencil with the liquid gold marker.  This is a huge step a lot of the tutorials skipped, but I think it’s so important.  It’s hard to get clean edges with the glue so the gold marker will give you a perfect outline."

Step Seven:
"Use a combination of your large and small paint brush to fill in the outline generously with white glue.  The thicker you put the glue the more dimensional it looks.  Try to stay slightly within the gold outline so the edges stay crisp."

Step Eight:
"Dump on the glitter and let it set for about a minute.  When done shake off into a paper grocery bag (so you can pour the excess back into the container).  If there are any spotty areas you can touch them up with glue and glitter.  I also used a dry paintbrush and brushed away any glitter that fell outside the lines.  When done give a light coat of enamel spray or hairspray to keep the glitter in place."

Redneck Couture Saved Big Rob's Christmas: BREAKDOWN

By Lexx Fusco @SimplyEvryThing


If you haven't yet checked out the jolly music video by Big Rob, watch now!


Pretty neat right?

Well, let's break it down to see how Redneck Couture turned out to be the Rudolph of the year.


First, Big Rob finds himself in a bit of a pickle when he presents his girl with a Beer Can Tree...

This is the face that says "This was the best idea ever...when I was emptying the beer cans to make the tree..."


His gal was not impressed.


So he tries again! With 2 Flannel Shirts, but the cutest top in the shot happens to be the one she is already wearing. Sorry, Big Rob!

Perhaps 3 Plastic Pink Flamingos will do the trick?

 The look of love.


 But look at that hot tank...

Big Rob got really excited about his 4 Giant Tires:

We were much more pumped for this super cute vest:

But, Big Rob finally found the perfect gift for his girl at


*please accessorize responsibly.


We want to give a big thanks to the talented Big Rob Snyder for putting together this wonderful video and song. 

Have a safe and happy holiday, y'all!

Take a few pics of you and your family opening up Redneck Couture this holiday and tag us! You can be featured on our social media!

Redneck Couture saves Big Rob's Redneck Christmas

Big Rob didn't know what to get his lady for Christmas... Luckily we were able to help him out. 

CMA Country Christmas Pre Show Report



            The Country Music Awars (CMA) Country Christmas Show has been a part of ABC’s awards show ballot since 2010. Performers such as Sherly Crow, Little Big Town, Reba McEntire, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, Martina McBride, Luke Bryan, Kellie Pickler, Hunter Hayes and more have been a part of this show performing classics and sharing personal holiday stories. It’s a rockin’ way to start off the holiday season with live musical performances from Country’s biggest names and rising stars, commentary by celebrities in music, television and film, and so much more! This award show is hosted by Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland. It’s not only a night for entertainment, but for giving. Audience members were encouraged to bring a new toy to the show to be donated to Music City’s children in need (Marine’s Toys for Tots) during the live performance on November 7th, 2014. The event is a night of performance, lights and holiday memories. The artists will be performing Christmas classics as well as original holiday material. Don’t miss it! Tune in to ABC on Monday, December 1st at 8pm to watch the festivities. Tweet us what you think about the show and you might see your quote in our CMA Country Christmas review!


2014 Performers:

Alan Jackson

Lucy Hale

Hunter Hays

Dan + Shay

Jennifer Nettles

Brad Paisley

Steven Tyler

Carrie Underwood

Michael W. Smith

LeAnn Rimes

Brett Eldredge

Sara Evans

Idina Menzel