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4 Ways to Decorate Between Thanksgiving and Christmas

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4 Ways to Decorate Between Thanksgiving and Christmas

Erica White

Erica lives in Lapeer County with her husband, young son, and dog. She has attended Macomb Community College and Oakland University...

Erica lives in Lapeer County with her husband, young son, and dog. She has attended Macomb Community College and Oakland University...

Nov 20 3 minutes read

4 Ways to Decorate Between Thanksgiving and Christmas

Once the Holiday season comes around it can be difficult to know how soon is too soon when it comes to decorating. I’ve heard some hard and fast rules regarding ‘proper’ timing to hang your twinkle lights and the backlash from others when some people choose to show their holiday spirit a bit too early...(Christmas carols in October anyone??) 

Here are some guidelines to help you on your way if you’d like to tread the line between Christmas and Thanksgiving without compromising your holiday cheer.

  1. Pick a holiday-neutral color scheme: Consider Golds and Silvers as a cheerful accent to your beige and white base colors. Truly just by steering away from the traditional colors of the season creates a multipurpose and festive look. P.S Stewart Team Purple is a great color for any time of the year! ;)

  1. Have a holiday tree: Converting a holiday tree to a Christmas tree is as easy as waiting to throw up your bulbs until Christmas time rolls around after Thanksgiving. I’ve known some people to place children’s hand turkeys on strings and hang pine cones and red and gold leaves on the tree before the Christmas season is in full swing. 

  1. Scents!!: Scented Candles and the smell of holiday treats bring a great ambiance to any home. Vanilla, cookies and hot chocolate are some great basic smells.

  1. Incorporate Green: Or more accurately, plants you might find during the colder months. Tiny potted pine trees, gourds of various sizes and colors, pinecones and wreaths all SCREAM holiday cheer if they are displayed in your home. Pinterest is your friend! Get creative!

The most important rule of all is to have fun! It is the holiday season after all and there is no WRONG way to celebrate the season of Giving and Love. So shine brightly this holiday season and don’t let any Scrooge’s dim your lights this year. 

Happy Turkey Day and Merry Christmas from the Stewart Team!

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