The holidays are just around the corner. We’re sharing our favorite Target Christmas decor you need this year. Grab it before it sells out!
AnnMarie did a bit of shopping this week and all of the stores she visited are stocking their Christmas and holiday products already.
It may seem a little early but honestly, the good stuff always sells out quickly!
If you see something you love grab it now before it’s gone.
AnnMarie hit up the Christmas decor at Target and found some great new things she loved!
Some came home with her and a few she wasn’t sure about so she’s taking the risk and waiting.
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Do you need a new Christmas tree collar?
Then you may want to check out this beauty.
The two different woven textures are a unique feature that would coordinate with various home decor styles.
If you already have a tree collar that’s perfectly fine but isn’t your vibe any longer go see how Anne transformed her collar here.
Her DIY project was even featured in Country Sampler Farmhouse Style magazine.
This natural-looking faux garland is even prettier in person.
The way the cedar stems drape is so realistic and the brown stems help make it look even less fake.
It’s another Hearth and Hand with Magnolia that’s 6 ft. and only $30.
AnnMarie didn’t buy this…yet!
These gold reindeer resembled the gorgeous ones we saw at the Findery in Waco, Texas.
This set of bottle brush trees is a new color scheme this year and is just so pretty.
Create a display during the holiday season with a few gold deer and a bunch of these bottle brush trees to get a similar vibe to this look that we both loved.
AnnMarie did buy two sets of these fun faux cedar napkin rings for her holiday table design.
They’re sold in sets of four and are only $7.99. They were a great find!
They’ll be just perfect for what she has planned so stay tuned!
AnnMarie also saw a bunch of holiday pieces that she already owns.
It was awesome to see Target bring back some of her favorite items.
These gold bells are sold as vase fillers but we used them to decorate different areas last year.
AnnMarie added some to the greenery on her fireplace mantel and hung several from her chandelier.
Anne created a pretty half wreath with faux greenery on AnnMarie’s mirror.
Then she used some of the bells hung with twine in the design.
Knit Christmas Stockings hung on the mantel in a green and cream color scheme look perfect against the stone fireplace.
The vintage jacquard style is so cute!
Did you spot the gold bells strung on twine and hung from the fireplace mantel?
AnnMarie bought this enamel Christmas countdown two years ago but wound up returning it.
The original version was a wall-mounted sign and she didn’t have anywhere to hang it.
She tried to lean it against the window frame on the windowsill but it kept falling down so back it went.
Then last year a new and improved tabletop version of this countdown sign was available.
So of course it came home with her and was displayed all season in the kitchen.
Apparently, we both love these winterberry faux stems because AnnMarie bought a few this week, and when Anne saw them she reminded her they were the same ones she used in her hoop wreath.
We seem to do that more often lately and are drawn to similar items to decorate our homes. 🙂
These stems are a beautiful pop of color to mix with greenery in a wreath, garland, or vase arrangement.
Check out the easy steps Anne followed to make her gorgeous big yarn hoop wreath for Christmas.
These gold metal lanterns are wonderful at Christmas time but also throughout the entire year.
The candle lanterns look great styled together but can also be used in different areas of your home.
Since there’s glass you can fill them with anything so be creative.
They’d be beautiful filled with natural elements like pinecones but also just as lovely with ornaments.
Friends and family are greeted with a “Merry Christmas” message in red which looks so cheery layered on a black and white check mat.
The doormat is made of 100% coir and is only $12.99.
If you want something more neutral then you may like this option instead.
AnnMarie has had these needle pine and white snowberry garlands for a few years.
She loved them and wanted to decorate both of her staircases with this garland.
Unfortunately, there were only two left in her local store and they were sold out online.
But she needed seven total so she spent the next several days tracking down five more from different stores in the Charlotte area.
So remember to buy early if you really like something!
The following year she bought a matching wreath to the garland.
The needle pine mixed with the white berries pops against a black door and the hanging gold bells add a festive touch.
What have you been shopping for this week? Have you found anything amazing?
We’d love to hear about it….just leave a comment below!
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