Home for the Holidays

Home for the Holidays Giveaway

By on November 20, 2012, in Soft Surroundings

Home for the Holidays

The entry period for this giveaway has ended.

Congratulations to winner Jonnie V.!

Following the delicious Thanksgiving feast that is almost here, many of us will dust off our box of holiday decorations this weekend and begin thinking about hanging wreaths, draping garland and trimming the tree with twinkling lights. If you are looking to freshen up your holiday décor this season, we would love to help! Beginning today, you can enter our “Home for the Holidays” giveaway and possibly win your choice of 3 of our beautiful Christmas stockings, which can be personalized if you choose, and also the Nest 3-Wick Holiday Candle, a delightful blend of Pomegranate, Mandarin Orange, Pine, Cloves and Cinnamon packaged in a festive flocked red box


with golden accents.

Enter to win by leaving a comment below with your favorite holiday decorating idea or tip!

The entry

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period will last until 11:59 PM CST, Sunday, November 25, and the winner will be randomly chosen and announced the next day.

Happy Holidays!

Brocante Holiday Sleigh StockingBrocante Holiday Bird StockingBrocante Holiday Holly Stocking

Nest 3-Wick Holiday Candle

Read the giveaway rules.

  • Leane

    I love to simmer a pot on the stove with apple peels (or orange peels…or both) and some cloves…possibly add nutmeg or cinnamon in there too. The great smell fills the house. Plus, it is a wonderful way to use the peelings from the fruit you eat. Refresh the house and reuse the peelings…..recycling, with a holiday spirit. 🙂

  • Melissa

    Poking holes in oranges with a fork and then putting a clove down in each hole. Makes the entire room smell wonderful and like Christmas!

  • Linda

    Went decorating the tree use a paper clip if an ornament hook is missing.

  • Julie

    Make a centerpiece using: Christmas potpourri, lighted sprig (battery operated, Christmas pix or sprigs, Christmas Ribbon and a glass vessel– such as an urn or cylinder.

    Put potpourri in glass vessel, hide battery pack for lighted sprig in potpourri ( make sur it’s accessible to turn on), stick lighted sprig and other Christmas pix or sprigs in potpourri so they shoot out of the top of the vessel with lighted sprig. Tie Christmas ribbon around top, or middle of vessel. Very pretty with sheer fabric, colored beeds and candles around bottom of vessel.

  • dal

    One of my favorite decorating ideas is to have a fruit and nut basket on the livingroom table. Apples are festive red that will always pull your attention.

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