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These lace pouches remind me of my grandma's doily collection. They're perfect for a shabby chic living room or for your mom who loves exploring antique stores and rummage sales.
We masses are so lucky that David Starck has a line at West Elm. These twigs wrapped in text are graphic and unique, perfect for someone who likes to decorate for the holidays without clogging up the vacuum with all the pine needles and tinsel.
David Stark Twig Topiary
How cute would these little felt hearts be at each person's plate for Valentine's Day dinner? Or hung from your front door knob to add a subtle but festive touch to your home? They're so sweet and affordable too.
This stocking screams anything but traditional. It is semi-reminiscent of a court jester, but I love its bright colors and glittery look. If you decorate for the holidays with bold, bright colors, then this is the stocking for you.
Candles are an important part of decorating for any holiday: their glow always helps capture the spirit. This Cast Glass Menorah from West Elm looks as if it may melt before the candles themselves.
Cast Glass Menorah
Santa deserves a treat, too. This fun cookie platter will add some color to your kitchen and will have the kids ready for snack time.
Cookies For Santa Plate
Made from mini match boxes, this calendar is perfect for the pyro in your family (like my cousin who once set his mom's lawn ablaze with fireworks that I helped him buy, oops).
Add some fun color and light to your holidays with these eclectic and cheerful Christmas trees. There will be much less vacuuming required than with they typical Frasier fir!
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The idea behind the garland on a fashionista tree is to look like it's the jewels from Tiffany. This one really looks pretty enough to wear.
I like the mix of heart shapes made from old book paper and brightly colored stars in this ornament set.
There are countless illustrated books dedicated to this classic song, and I love the idea of having a set of 12 Days of Christmas ornaments.
An alternative to regular confetti is a confetti-filled egg or cascaron. Everyone will have fun cracking these eggs on someone else's head — just be gentle.
The coordination between the card and the lined envelope shows the attention to detail in this card.
Coal for Christmas
These German nativity pyramids have been a family staple as long as I can remember. This minimalist modern design would look amazing as a table centerpiece.
Modern Christmas Pyramid Nativity...
Another way to add festive lighting? String lights, of course. I love the Starry String Lights from Restoration Hardware because they’re small and delicate unlike traditional bulbs, so they add just the right amount of twinkle to anything from mantels to centerpieces to branches.
Starry String Lights
These adorable boxes can be used as an advent or just as a decoration for your home. They can be stacked on a table or glued to a backing for hanging.
I wouldn't normally use the words "elegant" and "glitter" in the same sentence, but Christmas is a time when there is no such thing as too much sparkle.
I like the thought of a pile of presents wrapped in this faux bois print. Looking like little logs, they'd blend in nicely under the Christmas tree.
If you love the pine tree look but think it's a bit traditional and stuffy for you, why not opt for a tree in a fun color?
Prelit Pretty in Pink Fir...
While there's definitely no white Christmas in Australia where I live, I do love using white as part of a festive color palette.
Hello? Ring in the holidays with this set of retro phone ornaments. The black is classic, but the red adds some festiveness.
A black tree, while not recommended for a room that is cramped and/or dark, would be a dramatic focal point for a bright, contemporary open-plan space.
These Lindt chocolate advent calendars would have been too expensive for my mom to buy for six kids, but if you're a fan of delicious chocolate, it's the way to go for sure.
This is the classic advent that my mom always bought for me and my siblings. There are 24 pieces of chocolate hidden behind cardboard doors, and you open one door each day. It was often too much for my younger siblings to handle, and they would get caught eating all of the chocolate on the first...
Small children love decorations, so for many years we didn't have any ornaments on the lower half of our Christmas tree. If you like a fully decorated tree, look for soft and durable decorations that kids can touch and not break. I adore this wool, felted ornament. I wouldn't want my kids to play...
Channeling the luxurious fashions of the '20s, these fabulous faux fur stockings can be hung on the mantel with cheer.
Luxe Faux Fur Stocking
This has every reason why winter is wonderful! Keep this print around for the three coldest months of the year to remember why we love winter so much. I like to keep a spare frame or two just for such seasonal prints.