I’m getting a jump on our Christmas decorating early this year and I’m so excited to team up today with 14 amazing home bloggers and Kirkland’s to share our Christmas decor projects and tips with you. At the end of the post, Kirkland’s is giving away a $500 gift card, so be sure and sign up for the drawing!
This is a collaborative post with Kirkland’s. All opinions are 100% mine.
I know it’s a little early to start Christmas decorating but this year, I am helping my next door neighbor decorate her home for a charity holiday home tour that is held in our town (I’ll be sharing her home tour on the blog in December). So that means that I need to get my house decorated and ready for the holidays because things will be very busy in the next few weeks for us.
I haven’t decorated my porch yet but I did something fun for our front door that I am so excited about and love! I ran across this metal wall bucket at Kirkland’s and as I looked at it, I thought it would be so fun filled with greenery from our yard on our front door instead of a wreath.
I can’t tell you how much I love it and how pretty it looks from the porch!
Every year in my entryway, I do a tabletop tree on my console table. I use a lighted 3′ tree and over the years I have used a champagne bucket, basket and garden urns for the base. This year, I’m using a blue and white garden pot for the base and I decorated the tree with the prettiest Kirkland’s ornaments, berry balls and tree sprigs.
I am so excited with how the tree turned out and I love how beautiful these Kirkland’s natural ornament collection looks on the tree.
Here are close ups of some of the ornaments that I used in the tree and the link to them under the image.
This glitter house ornament is lighted!
I used many of the ornaments from the Kirkland’s natural collection here.
I also picked up this pretty “Merry” pillow that’s perfect for my entryway chair to give me that little pop of red that I needed.
In my dining room, I haven’t finished decorating yet but I can tell you that the first thing I did this year was to decorate and ready our bar for the holidays! Priorities, right?!
This year, I hung this beautiful preserved boxwood wreath over my bar using a temporary hook. I added ribbon and pine/berry sprigs to make it festive.
Kirkland’s has some beautiful Christmas signs, canvases and plaques and I always love to slip them in bookshelves and spots like the back of my bar for fun. I love this barn wood framed “Merry Christmas” sign .
I love Moscow Mules and this year, we have already made our first Christmas Moscow Mule cocktail using these beautiful hammered copper Moscow Mule cups.
If you noticed looking at my bar, my husband is a collector of vintage scotch/whisky, so I picked him up this gold whiskey decanter/glassware set, which will get lots of use through the holidays.
Here are more of the pieces I found at Kirkland’s that I used to set up our holiday bar:
It’s a great start for what is going to be a busy and fun holiday season and I can’t wait to share our projects with you guys that my neighbor and I are working on. Stay tuned!
Kirkland’s is giving away a $500 gift card to one lucky winner! Here’s how you enter!
Giveaway runs from November 13th – 24th
US Residents Only
Check out the other 14 home bloggers below also sharing the Christmas home decor and tips:
Monday, Nov. 13:
Tuesday, Nov. 14:
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Friday, Nov. 17:
Thanks for stopping by today!