While tying up some Thanksgiving loose ends, I quickly ran into Target and ended up in a holiday detour. The Christmas stuff was out… The store wasn’t crowded. Very cute things were on the shelves…
If you are a Vince Guaraldi and Nat King Cole Christmas music kind of gal (like me), you might enjoy the holiday trinkets I just found at Target.
$3.00 ornaments. So cute.
$13.00 – $15.00 Red Berry Trees
$10.00 Santa Nutcracker
$8.00 Brush Trees
Festive shopping bags
$3.99 Wrapping Paper
$6.00 for 20 feet of really nice ribbon
$1.30 for a 3-pack of gift stickers
And to think the original reason I went to Target was to buy four new pillows…
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On a trip to TARGET to pick up a roasting pan and some last minute things for Thanksgiving, the red and green called to me… I am not a fan of skipping over holidays. When candy canes were on full display October 31st as I grabbed last minute Halloween candy, it was annoying. Thanksgiving should get its day without Christmas trees waiting in the wings. But, on this particular Sunday, I had TARGET all to myself and decided to take a quick stroll through the holiday section. Here are some reasonable finds for a happy TARGET Christmas!
There is much, much more than what I have here. It is definitely worth the trip! In fact, I am going to GIVEAWAY some of the things you see here this week on The Wry Home!!!!
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I love a fabulous x-stool. Perfect for extra seating, a tray of filled champagne glasses, your dog. Elegant sitting side by side under a parsons table. Small enough to tuck into a corner. I was determined to get two x-stools for my new living room. But the prices I was quoted, anywhere from $600 to $850 a stool, were a lot higher than I wanted to pay.
I was looking for a side table online when I was redirected to the Target website and saw these x-stools on sale for $39.99. Reduced from $59.99. What? What was I missing here? Ok, the brown velvet was not very attractive, but nothing a yard of fabric couldn’t fix. I ordered two of them immediately.
I loved this pink geometric that I grabbed on a fabric hunt, but it was expensive, so one yard of it for the x-stools was the perfect use. When all was said and done, I was able to get two x-stools for about $300, including the fabric and labor.
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