I have partnered with Balsam Hill for this post. All opinions are my own.
Now all of you "Don't-you-dare-put-a-Christmas-decoration-up-before-Thanksgiving" folks out there, please don't get me wrong...I am not about pushing the holiday ahead, but rather making it last longer. It always comes so quickly and I would hate to only get to enjoy it for a few weeks, you know? I want to savor each day from now until the new year.
I always start planning my holiday decorating early so by the time December rolls around my brain is overflowing with ideas. Today, I am sharing some early holiday inspiration with a company that I personally love: Balsam Hill.
And this year was the year we went for it! My husband and I have had real trees our entire marriage, which I love, but, I also love flocked or "frosted" trees.
You know...the ones that look like they have been covered in snow.
I am obsessed with those kinds of trees. So much so, that one year, I bought a flocking kit and had my husband out in the cold flocking our real tree for hours. It took forever, cost a lot of money, and still wasn't as coated as I would have preferred. When I saw Balsam's Hill's Frosted Fraser Fir, I knew that we were made for each other.
What better way to greet visitors to a rustic cabin than a Pinecone Wreath.
And a set of Woodland Ornaments to decorate that frosted tree.
Plaid is a MUST for cabin style and this Plaid Wool Pillow would be perfect for cozying up the living room.
The plaid pairs perfectly with the French Staghead Pillow and keeps with the rustic cabin theme.
And when I saw these Standing Christmas Polar Bears, I had to smile. My children would adore these!
What kind of Christmas are you planning this year? Have you already started like me? I am so excited that tonight, after we get back from taking the kids trick-or-treating, the Hallmark holiday movies will begin! I will definitely be feeling pretty festive for the next couple of months and can't wait to share more of my ideas with you along the way!
Happy Halloween! (and Christmas planning!)
Till next time...
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