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Christmas Decor 2021

Christmas decor is up and I’m in the festive mood! I put up my Christmas decorations the day after Thanksgiving. Most of my decorations are the same as recent years so I didn’t take a photo of everything because that would be really repetitive. I did, however, take a few photos of new things I put out this year. Click (here) to see last year’s post.

My tree isn’t new, but you have to share a tree photo! I did hang a few candy canes on the tree this year though, which I haven’t done since I was a kid.

I shared these vintage ornaments from my grandparents’ house last year when I put them on a little artifical tree in my office/guest room. This year I decided to leave that tree ornament-less and just leave it bare minus the pre-lit lights and pinecone and berries that are on it so I put the large vintage ornaments on my entertainment table with my garland that I’ve had for 3 or 4 years now.

I added two pieces to my Lenox Village since last year – the glass light-up cone with the trees and snowmen inside and the town square with the tree and gold buildings in the background.

A month or two ago, I got a nutcracker garland from Sur La Table. The description had no dimensions besides the length of the garland. I was expecting tiny cute nutcrackers on a red string. When it came in the mail I saw how huge the nuctrackers were and I kept it because they are comically large. I hung them up in the entryway of my living room.

Lastly, I got a new nutcracker to add to my collection that I started last year. The new one is the white drummer one!

Sweater: The Mint Julep Boutique (here) | Leggings: Express

I love Christmas decorations!

I’ve linked to a few things below – some exact items and some similar – in case you’re interested!

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