Inexpensive Target Christmas Finds and a Free Christmas Organizer Printable

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holiday wrapping

I don’t even know where to begin with this post.

Truly.

I’m finger-typing-tied.

So let’s start at the beginning (a very good place to start) with random thoughts and all the things going on around here:

1. Have you seen the Christmas at Target yet? SERIOUSLY. It’s the coziest and the cutest and I’ll show you what I just ordered and what I’m about to order (I have to pace myself) in this post. I shared it now because everything goes SO fast and once it’s gone they don’t usually restock.

2. I’m starting a fun series for the first 12 days of November with my sweet friend Leslie that is all about getting you ready for Christmas. Here are just a few of the days and what we’ll be sharing:

  • how to repurpose last year’s decor
  • ways to display and recycle old Christmas cards
  • how to organize your wrapping center
  • how to stock your pantry for the holidays
  • 25 things to do with your family for the holidays

And tons more simple, clever things to get you (and your house) ready for the holidays. It starts this Sunday, so make sure you are subscribed to e-mail to not miss a day.

3. I also put together a fun FREE 2 page Christmas downloadable checklist to get you ready for the holidays.

4. There are Christmas candles burning in the house mixed in with fall candles. It’s the best smell in the world.

4. I’m having a GREAT hair day today and a cute outfit and I’ve lost 33 pounds. Watch out world.

And now?

Let’s see what’s in my shopping cart and what I found for us and give you the link to the free printable.

Merry Christmas

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Here’s just a snippet of what I found (and ordered at Target).

It’s SO CUTE.

And so inexpensive.

The theme for the back family room is Snowy Winter’s Eve.

I’ll do an unboxing video when it all shows up, but here are a few links just for you.

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Let’s start with these houses.

I have some white houses already and I’m mixing these in.

I love the church and this taller house.

I’m mixing in the houses with cotton batting and making a Christmas village of wood and white.

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These white houses and this white barn are going behind the couch on the table.

I’m going to stack them on books at different heights.

Then I’m adding a battery-operated candle to them for lighting.

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I’m creating a mini forest of these trees on the side table.

They come in different heights and sizes.

I may end up just going with the green, but I ordered the tinsel trees to try too.

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And look at these stocking holders.

There’s a wood and white church and a wood and white house and I ordered two of each one.

I have the cutest vintage stockings I’m hanging from them.

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Here’s just a few of the greenery and wreaths I’m ordering.

I love the vintage look of this garland and this garland.

This wreath and this garland have the best layered greens I could find.

And this JOY wreath is so pretty (and it lights up).

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And I saved my favorite for last.

This wooden advent calendar house actually came from Home Depot.

It should be here by Saturday. I can’t WAIT to show you what it looks like in person.

You can see it here.

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I can smell November y’all.

And I am so excited and READY.

Who’s with me?

To get us both ready for all the excitement and merriment that is to come?

Here’s a free downloadable Christmas Checklist (just click on the link below to print it).

Christmas Checklist Page 1

PRINT PAGE ONE HERE

Christmas Checklist Page 2

PRINT PAGE TWO HERE

We got this friend.

Here’s to the merriest, happiest, jolliest holiday season ever.

And let me be the first person to wish you….

…Merry Christmas.

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PS And just in case you were wondering what my hair looked like. 🙂

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