Here in the Pacific Northwest, once Halloween hit, we only had a few days before our first snowfall of the year! Can you believe it?
As promised here were our Halloween costumes
Forewarning: All of these pics are unedited and from my old phone. I know it’s rebellious against blogger perfectionism, but who cares about that? 😉
It was our first year doing a couple costume and being the Incredibles was so much fun! We were thanked for saving the world.. pretty big deal.
Having the snow fall right away felt like it went straight from Fall to Winter.
It certainly is beautiful to look at though.
With the snow on the ground, my Halloween decorations had to come down pretty fast as well. (Look at my Autumn leaves stickers mocking me on our slider door)
Today I’m sharing a sneak peek on a mini Christmas haul
First on the list is Target!
The greenery, Christmas tree sign, bottle brush tree, and slippers were all from the dollar spot (I can’t get enough of that area I tell you)
The birds and the cabin in the woods display were from their winter decor area. Lastly, the white home-shaped bud vase and small letter to Santa ornament are from Joanna Gaines new Target line. Verdict: I like it! Total spent: about 33 dollars
Next up: Dollar Tree
Y’all, I was IMPRESSED with Dollar Tree’s collection and I love decorating on a budget which is so easy when everything’s a dollar. I got a few new flowers for a Christmas floral arrangement, a white ceramic bowl, two little lantern ornaments which I plan on just using as little decorations, a nutcracker, a silver bell, and fluffy candy cane garland. SO happy. Total spent: 13 dollars
Up next: Michael’s
Michael’s had so many goodies and it was all 40% off. I was able to restrain myself in this store for once and bought a mere 3 things.
My jingle sign, a two pack of bottle brush trees, and this beautiful Christmas garland Total spent: 16 dollars.
Lastly, a local thrift store Value Village:
OOH blurry picture! From the thrift store, I picked up this inexpensive wreath, a small snowman, a hen serving dish (totally thought it was a turkey when I bought it, still cute), a Santa on a hammock plate, and a snowman plate which will be perfect for Christmas cookies. Total spent: 20 dollars. LOVE thrift shopping.
So, that’s all for today! I’ll be sharing my Christmas decor around the house soon!
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