You may recall that back in October I mentioned I was working with Home Depot on some holiday projects this year. After being inspired by The Home Depot Fall Style Guide, and actually having time to visit one of their stores, I had a chance to create some holiday magic.
Even cuter, right?
As I mentioned, I had a bunch of the bottle brush trees from last year, but I picked up a pack of these amazing dark green ones this year.
There had to be at least 20 in the pack. Of course, I found them at The Home Depot. They are actually the little trees you use for Christmas villages.
But, I think they look perfect in my display.
So, with lights and trees, I’m declaring that project complete!
The Home Depot Fall Style Guide also inspired me to get some paperwhite and amaryllis bulbs.
I realize I planted these a little later than I should have, but there is nothing wrong with enjoying some beautiful blooms in January, right?
I really like these kits. They come with the pot, the bulbs, and even the planting medium! Amazing.
After spending some time planting, I’m looking forward to seeing them bloom. Then, I can really have some fun decorating with them.
Maybe something like this?
I could even whip up a beautiful arrangement similar to this. The possibilities are endless!
I could even whip up a beautiful arrangement like this. The possibilities are endless!
It’s now safe to say I’m almost finished with my holiday decorating. I mean, we only have a little over a week until Christmas. Can you believe it? If you are still in need of more ideas, The Home Depot Style Guides are sure to give you a dose of seasonal inspiration and know-how. Check out the best projects, trends, and colors year round.
What fun and festive projects are you working on?
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