Christmas isn't far away - time to start planning some festive decorating!

Christmas gifts, Christmas decorations, festive ornaments and having a Scandinavian style December are getting me really excited this year.  We'll be hosting Christmas for some of my family in our house for the first time in a while so I've got myself thinking about how to make it as lovely as possible!  We usually travel back to Scotland which I love but there is something really nice about waking up in your own house with the kids on the morning of December the 25th too! I'm a real sucker for a star shape and I also love the simplicity of Scandinavian design ... with that in mind I've been putting together a Pinterest Board of lovely festive ideas - I utterly embrace the (quite unrealistic!) world that Pinterest can create for you ... I wonder if my house will bear any resemblance to my mood board!  In the hope that it might I thought it would be nice to share some of my favourite images here for you to get some inspiration too!  

If I could make my mantlepiece look and feel like this photo on Christmas day I'd be very happy! photo credit Sweet Paul Magazine

these decorations almost look like they've been rolled out of icing!  So delicate.  image c/o nordic bliss

I also may be just a little bit biased but very much loving the new Personalised Wreaths that Scamp has made for Christmas this year.  The star design is a particular favourite of mine and I can't wait to hang ours on the wall this December.

don't these honeycomb tissues look gorgeous at the christmas table.  You can get lots of colours and designs of them from the lovely Petra Boase.

oh the simplicity of these ornaments is so lovely and seeing them hanging from above the table is making me very happy!  All available from Olivia.cc 

And finally a Christmas isn't Christmas without a lot of glad tidings and good wishes.  Our friends Bread and Jam have created a lovely range of exquisite tree decorations available exclusively on notonthehighstreet with personalised wishes for those with you this year.

 

 

 

 


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