Last year, I had that garland (which I got for cheap at Target from Smith and Hawken) on my dining room light, but this year, we added an advent wreath to the table and the combination of low hanging garland and tall taper advent candles seemed to be less than advisable. Here's how the table and the light look:
I had big plans to get this runner all cute-d up for Christmas with felt snowflakes, but sadly, my idea didn't quite work out the way I planned. For now, the felt runner is lonely without the boost of the white snowflakes, so we will see what happens. My refurbished sideboard is making its first Christmas appearance and looks pretty spiffy draped in red and serving as home to my cute peppermint candy tree.
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Of course, nothing in this house would be complete without a little bit of Lego fun, so here is a new addition to my decor, the Lego Advent Calendar.
Let me tell you, this little piece of Danish ingenuity was well worth the price. My first grader has been up and dressed for school in record time since his opening the Lego piece is contingent on being ready for school. Brilliant, I tell you!
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