Post Christmas Decor: Extend the Festive Feeling

Post Christmas decorating essentialsIt happens every year. I spend endless hours decorating for Christmas. Our home is simply filled with vibrant color and festive sparkle. Then, all too quickly, Christmas is over. The whimsical ornaments, snowglobes, and nutcrackers are packed away and the house looks… desolate. Because this is so depressing to me (all of that work for such a little bit of time!) I have started developing my own Post Christmas Decor. The all-white concept is certainly not new. But, it is appropriate for the often snow-laden days in January and weans me off of the Christmas decorations… a bit.

Currently, I have numerous snowmen and winter white items that only come out in after Christmas. And this season, I am looking forward to adding to my little cache of snowy objects.

Above are a few of my favorite ways to keep that holiday feeling alive!

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      Susan

      My husband used to get exasperated with me for being sad after Christmas. But, now that I have a plan, it’s not nearly so bad to take down the holiday decorations, because I have something fun to put up. Of course, that means more boxes of stuff in the garage… he’s not too thrilled about that. LOL!

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