Decorating for Christmas is one of my absolute favorite activities - only second to opening the presents on the actual day!
Wondering how to spruce up your space with affordable traditional Christmas decor? Check out these quick and easy tips!
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It's *finally* time to start preparing for Christmas! The minute Halloween is over, I'm secretly bringing out/buying Christmas decor and turning on the holiday tunes when no one is listening.
I'm all about *traditional* Christmas decor. Red, green, & maybe a small bit of gold, with a few "old world touches," like my ultimate favorite - tartan. I've accumulated a fair bit of decor over the last 5 years, and I couldn't be happier with it.
Traditional Christmas decor can be expensive - high-end places definitely charge a premium for classic decorations, and people are definitely willing to pay. I'd encourage you to shop around, don't buy the first thing that you see, and think strategically about budgeting. I've laid out some tips on where to spend money and where to save. Coming up with tasteful decor that will keep you satisfied over the years means spending in the right places, not on everything - and also not scrimping on everything. Avoid disposable, cheap items that add up monetarily over time and are not eco-friendly.
So let's do it! Where do I find perfect, tasteful Christmas decor? Can we find all of this without breaking the bank; and *without real pine,* which is expensive...and which I'm allergic to?
Check out these tips, tricks, & suggestions for finding traditional Christmas decor, without the huge price tag!
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