Christmas Decor to add a little Disney to this Holiday season

Christmas Decor to add a little Disney to this Holiday season

Halloween is over, the weather is getting chilly here in Ohio and we are breaking out the winter wardrobe. If there is one thing you need to know about us, we are Christmas crazy. We bake all the cookies, watch every Christmas movie we can find, listen to Christmas music non-stop and find any excuse we can to hunt down Christmas lights. If it involves a large tree, count us in.This year we are extremely fortunate that we will be going to Walt Disney World twice during the holiday season and be able to experience the magic there. Its our first time going during Christmas and we are so excited!

If you won’t be headed to Walt Disney World this holiday season(or if you are going but are concerned about experiencing post-Disney depression once you return) never fret. We have lots of fun ideas we will be posting on the blog, including DIYs and recipes to help incorporate some Disney magic into your holiday.

In this post, we are going to talk about some of our favorite home décor to add some Disney magic to your home this holiday season!

Remember those cookies I told you about? Yep we love to bake. While we have a whole book of tried and true family recipes, we love trying new things. And if by chance you don’t have a family recipe cookbook, this one should do the trick. Furthermore, if you’re not much of a baker, this will at least look fun and festive sitting on your counter.

And if you’re ready to start baking, then you’ll definitely need these Disney kitchen utensils to add a little extra cheer to your kitchen. 

Need something to put those cookies in? Of course you do. Find one here or search for something vintage on ebay.

If I’m being honest, I could talk about food and items specifically made for food all day long. But for those of you who don’t spend much time in the kitchen, we will move along to another section of the house.

If you set up a tree, you’re going to need a tree skirt, right?! We love the vintage look of this one but you can find many different designs depending on your taste

Need something to help you count down the days to Christmas? We absolutely do! While we are loving the Plush Tsum Tsum advent calender from the Disney Store, if you’re not in a position to spend $99 on an advent calendar, Target has this one for $40.

If you’re even more on a budget, Costco also has a Tsum Tsum advent calender for under $30.

Need something for your door? Whether its your front door or your bedroom door, be sure to fancy it up a bit with a beautiful holiday wreath. You can buy one of these  from Esty or make your own!

Some of the easiest décor(in my opinion) is a simple Disney throw or some pillows. It takes no set up time and adds some coziness to the room. We love these ones but they are easy to find in lots of stores right now, so buy a couple, and voila! Instant holiday cheer.

 

 

Want something a little more unique? We LOVE small shops and supporting small businesses whenever possible, and we usually turn to Etsy first. Search for some unique pieces here!

If you’re looking for something a little more subtle Disney inspired, we are loving White Christmas Shop right now. They have beautifully selected pieces to create your own little Frozen Wonderland. One of our favorites from the shop roght now? These lanterns from the Arendelle Collection. Swoon.

Need a little more inspiration to add Disney to your holidays? Check out our Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail Photo Tour to see how they decked out their themed trees this year!


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