Canadian House and Home
We're keeping it pretty simple this year, partly because I sold 99% of our Christmas decorations before the move (regret!!).
On the list to do: Kissing balls to hang in doorways
Martha Stewart LivingA wreath to hang on the entry mirror. I saw this huge wreath at Bloomingdales and I liked the tiny little bows all over.
I'm thinking about trying this in my (very normal size) evergreen wreath with 1/4" grosgrain. Probably mustard yellow?
Also we're doing a smaller, potted Christmas tree. (For a great post on this subject, check out Design Mom)
Evelyn is getting into everything these days, so I figure having a smaller tree up on a table is a really smart idea. Plus we can put the gifts under and around the table.
Bonus: I have plans to trim up the tree topiary-style post holidays and either keeping it in our apartment (do you think it would survive?) or taking it up to our rooftop garden.