I have Black Friday shopped before and had a great time,
but if you want really good deals on decor- go the week after Christmas.
You can save so.much.money if you wait and shop after season!!
My favorite place to shop is Target.
For some reason I really love their style.
They are so on-trend and I could pretty much put one of everything in my cart.
It’s probably a really good thing that I rarely go there anymore.
A really good thing,
because I went there they other day as I was getting goodies for Ella’s birthday
and I was swooning over everything.
I hadn’t felt the urge to shop in a really long time,
but one step into Target and it all goes down the tube.
They sure know how to market.
The past few years they have had neutral lovelies in their Christmas section.
I managed to snatch a few of them up at great prices!
Let’s take a look, shall we?
Neutral Sweater Trees and Star
+I got these adorable little sweater trees and two sweater stars
two years ago for just a couple of bucks a piece.
They add some texture, but don’t knock you out with bling and bright colors
(though I do love some bling and bright colors on occasion).
+These cuties came from the Target dollar section.
I do find it interesting that the dollar section has now become the $1-$3 section.
Bumpin’ it up two dollars really puts a damper on my dollar bin shopping.
I did manage to snag two of these, though.
I felt like $3 was pretty reasonable because the trees feel sturdy and durable.
Soft, Warm Plus Sheets
+These sheets weren’t on sale, but they are soft and warm
(just what I need during the cold months) and I love the simplicity.
We were still sleeping on a pair of sheets we got for our wedding (10+years ago),
so I felt justified in making this little purchase.
Who knew that a pair of sheets would make you feel different about sleeping?
I am excited to snuggle up in them at night.
Glittered Woodland Tree
+ I love this tree. It has some bling
(see, every once in awhile we all need some bling!), but in a muted way.
It looks great with our Taffy cow print and my grandma’s white porcelain tree.
There ya have it! That is how I like to shop for holiday decor.
After season and cheap! I love having a festive house, but buying $100 wreaths is just
not in the cards for us. This is more fun anyhow!