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Get baby in on the fun with this fold-out book. Little ones will enjoy the hands-on element and will love hearing you sing the song to them.
Who doesn't love ConfettiSystem? Their collection for West Elm is so tiny and cute and would look perfect on a tree (or in your house year-round).
This leaf plate comes with three great little pumpkins, but you could fill it with anything you want. It would be a great catchall for keys and change in your entryway.
Tack this tacky skirting around your buffet table or bar. It will look just like a Mardi Gras float.
Sometimes being flat-out honest is the best way to go. A “Happy Thanksgiving” banner says it all without much too much planning involved.
The French script and velvet trim on this stocking would be perfect for a Victorian-style Christmas theme. It's an absolutely lovely stocking.
Here’s a relatively timeless wrapping paper pick for your stash. I say it’s “relatively” timeless because it screams midcentury modern to me in the best way.
A dose of color and (spookiness) ensures that these Halloween napkins will be put to use all night long.
I like this option if you want to go strictly with a winter theme. I’d put a photo on one side and the name on the other (as shown).
Use this vibrant red felt Christmas basket as a holder for any fresh plant or vase, and set it atop your table for a simple and beautiful statement. Add a few tea lights and you are good to go!
Felt Christmas Basket
These festive sweater covers for your mugs will help keep your beverage warm. Plus, they are so cute!
I don't think you can beat a simple string of golden lights for instant festive cheer, so this card looks perfect to me.
Want your gift wrapping station to function for every occasion, not just the December holidays? Get yourself a stock of kraft paper bags. You can stamp them, color them and cover them in seasonally appropriate bows.
This fabulous set of blue and white ornaments is a must for the lover of blue and white chinoiserie.
Drape this leaf garland over your mantel to bring the great outdoors in. You can easily make something like this yourself with a few yards of twine and dried maple leaves.
Why not add a message to your holiday table setting with these paper napkins? I love their simple graphic design and the neon contrasting star.
Underneath it all, I would choose something simple like this. I like that this tablecloth is white and that everything that you put on it will pop.
I like these turkey candleholders because of their color and the fact that they are made out of glass. I think I would use them for fall in general, not just for Thanksgiving.
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