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Finding good decorations for the holidays comes down to two characteristics: Unique is good, but classic is better. If you plan on spending money on something to spice up your home during Christmas or Halloween, make sure it’s something that you’ll be able to use for more than one season, and isn’t something you’ll see on the door of every holiday party you go to. The ideal purchase is decor that can be used for multiple holidays or special occasions. Try to pick Valentine’s Day decor that could also work for a little girl’s birthday party, Fourth of July decorations that can be used for other summer parties, and holiday decor that can stay out through New Year’s Eve. More
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Make any room in the house look like a bat cave with this easy kit by Martha Stewart. It's a fast and easy way to decorate an entire room, though you may need multiple kits depending on the size of the room.
I love the beautiful shape and silver finish on this elegant menorah. I'm not so sure I'd be able to put it away at the end of the holiday - it's a lovely item to leave out all year long.
This is a stunningly elegant tree with its gold, glitter trunk base and branches and its iridescent, acrylic, jewel-like leaves.
Jeweled Leaf Gold Tree
Celebrating Easter with family and friends is wonderful. These glittered eggs make a beautiful centerpiece.
Clip long branches and twigs to include in your large vase, and then hang these eggshell ornaments from them.
I saw these papier-mâché eggs at Williams-Sonoma a few years ago, and it seems like they are a staple every spring. I can’t wait to crack this egg open and get to all of the treats inside!
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These fairy ornaments are not just for Christmas. Hang them up in a child's room for a whimsical touch.
These Egg Hunt spreaders are so adorable. The chocolate bunnies, baby chicks and eggs are sure to get your kids excited. I could use these for a great side dish or snack when guests come over.
Egg Hunt Spreader Set
Easter Egg Cups
Guests will feel extra special eating their Easter meal off these pastel, scallop-edge Easter egg plates.
Easter Egg Plates
You could tuck this nice little piece of stoneware into your already existing coffee table decor and let it quietly display your affection towards Easter decor.
Keep your guests in suspense with these bunny ear domes. They won't know what you've got in store for dessert until you decide to reveal your goodies.
Hunting Easter eggs is a treasured memory from my childhood. These alabaster beauties will last for years.
These Easter blocks are a fun accessory for a tabletop and to welcome guests for this special holiday.
These salt shaker snow globes are right at the spot where Old World tradition meets modern holiday style. From simple table decor to a unique hostess gift, the opportunities are endless when it comes to this nostalgic find.
Salt Shaker Snow Globe
This woodsy twig tree might look right at home outside, but bring it indoors, and it's suddenly an unexpected twist on a Christmas tree.
Lit Twig Tree
This set of charming and detailed pockets for silverware would be a great addition for a fun kids' Christmas table.
Gingerbread houses are a classic that can't be missed during this time of the year. Make them even more special with personalized accents.
I would love to use these in the house or on a door. They would be great for hanging things or holding items.
I'm loving the burlap trend this season. Fill these Thanksgiving goodie bags with treats from the season as a parting gift for your small friends.
This might be my favorite product yet. Add a holiday tag-shaped cookie to the goodie plate you give your friends. The kids would love writing out the family names with icing.
Your office supply superstore has everything you need to make this advent garland. I'd skip the Smarties and stuff the envelopes with something chocolatey.
Red and white is a common color scheme in Scandinavian Christmas decor. These mushrooms are just so cute and tie right into the color scheme. They are on wires so you just wrap them around your tree branches, and they sit in the tree. I ordered these for my tree this year and I just can't get...
I'm a little embarrassed to admit that I love candy corn. Unfortunately, it's not very good for you, so what's a better alternative? This candle. Make a statement by setting it on a black pedestal candleholder. As it burns it will release the scent of spun sugar and creamed butter into the air.
Candy Corn Votive
I have always loved the classic addition of a large bay wreath either inside the home or on the front door. Its basic color can pair well with all different types of decor.
Bay Leaf Wreath
With Halloween just around the corner, I can't resist these! They're an awesome way to reuse wine barrels.