November 19, 2019

You’re Killing Me, Target

Seriously, you’re killing me, Target.  And I mean that in the best possible way.  It’s just that the holiday decor is sooooooooooo stinkin’ CUTE this year!  I went there for toothpaste and paper towels the other day and walked out with six pillows, two throw blankets, a Christmas village, and some berries!  I honestly couldn’t help myself, especially because the prices are so good!  So I thought I’d round up all my finds for you here in case you want to add them to your cart too.  (Shopping links can be found at the bottom of the post.)

Let’s start with pillows and throws.  The pillows all coordinate so well together and add such a fun pop of holiday color to our home.  I added them to our living room and to our sunroom.  I also picked up this amazing chunky throw blanket.  Normally, these types of blankets cost a fortune, but this was so reasonably priced, I could hardly believe it!  And it is the PERFECT shade of red!

Another fun find were these little white ceramic houses and trees.  I’m sure that many of you have picked up one or more of these in the dollar section throughout the years, but when I saw the ceramic trees, I just knew I needed to make a little Christmas village.  A strand of twinkle lights made it even cuter than I’d imagined in my head!

I also fell in love with the look and the price of these holly berry stems.  They are so realistic and make our pantry door so much jollier!

And even though the box says these are supposed to be “gift toppers“, I decided to use them as candle rings on my dining room buffet.  They were just the right size!

The mini wreaths from the Hearth and Hand with Magnolia line also made super cute candle rings.  I like the texture the cedar brings to my dining room tablescape.

My final Target find (so far, that is….) are the berry vase fillers that I used in various rooms throughout my home.  I love the instant pop of red the berries add to a space.

If I find more cute pieces, I’ll be sure to share (although my husband will probably be thrilled if I DON’T make another Target run anytime soon….)


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