It seems like folks are decorating for Christmas SUPER early this year (myself included), but I wanted to share some ways that you could decorate for Thanksgiving and then transition those into Christmas. In other words… feel festive without putting up a Christmas tree!
Yesterday, I almost lost my soul at Costco… thankfully I soldiered through and left an hour later with two full carts and the countdown to Thanksgiving has begun! Luckily, one thing that I DON’T have to worry about is my Thanksgiving table! I’ll be back tomorrow to reveal the new and improved kids’ bathroom and then I have some of my favorite gift ideas to share with you on Black Friday!
Holy November, Batman. What happened to October? I’m already loving my One Room Challenge shed and excited to show week 5 progress with you later tonight! But today… I’m teaming up with my homegirls from the DIY Housewives to share some of our favorite Thanksgiving posts! I’ve admitted on the blog before that holiday decorating isn’t something that comes naturally to me. I mean, it does… but usually a few days before the holiday which doesn’t do my readers any good!
Folks, my tablescape game is on fleek this year! (If you don’t know what that means, ask a 12 year-old. They’ll tell you I’m not using the word right. Which makes me chuckle, because I kind of aspire to be one of those ‘old folks’ who thinks they’re super cool.) I had a vague idea for this table that involved artificial floral garlands I grabbed on-sale at Homegoods, grocery store produce/ flowers and succulents gathered from around the house.