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Gatherings might be smaller this year and you might be spending more time at home, but perhaps this is all the more reason to go all out for the holidays! There are lots of inspiring things you can do to make your home feel extra special during this time. For December, the members of our BHG Live Better Influencer Network show us all the festive ways they are celebrating this season, using Better Homes & Gardens products from Walmart.
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Create a Cozy Kids' Space
Carli Alves of Made by Carli brings holiday magic to her boys' bedroom with a winter makeover. She set up the room with Leighton Bunk Beds, and topped them with soft and snuggly Buffalo Plaid Throws and added a Plaid Floor Pillow for hanging out. As a finishing touch, she decked the walls with clever artwork she made using a Snowflake Serving Board, a Gallery Frame, and wrapping paper.
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Gather for Memorable Meal Times
Sarah Wagner of Dreaming of Homemaking can't wait to gather her busy family around the table on some new Dining Chairs. She opts for shine, complementing a favorite holiday-themed dinnerware set with glistening Gold Flatware and copper Moscow Mule Mugs. For color, a set of clear Goblets and Carafes show off cranberry juice or cocktails and Spicy Cinnamon Stick Candles in red glass jars accent the greenery centerpiece.
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Take Inspiration from the Classics
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Mix and Serve a Signature Sip
To make her small gathering more celebratory, Lauren Shaver of Bless'er House sets up a sangria bar on her dining room buffet. She placed a Two-Gallon Beverage Dispenser atop a cake stand, and arranged garnishes like cinnamon sticks, cranberries and orange slices in bowls on an Acacia Wood Serving Tray. She thoughtfully provides her recipe in a pretty printable.
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Cultivate a Cool Cabin Vibe
Joanna Hawley of Jojotastic is excited to spend the holidays in her new cabin home with her husband and dog. An oversized Plaid Sherpa Throw is perfect for sharing and a cute Holiday Pillow provides just the right amount of cheer. Joanna adds ambiance with a Wood and Metal Lantern and a Rustic Wood Lantern complete with flickering LED Pillar Candles.
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Level Up Your Greenery
Chelsea McDonnough of Two Twenty One has lots of quick and clever ideas for sprucing up your space for winter. She makes an easy lit wreath centerpiece using a Hyacinth Woven Tray, a Metal Lantern, and an LED Pillar Candle, plus one very unexpected element to elevate the wreath – toilet paper tubes!
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Make a Countertop Cocoa Station
After her kids come in from winter activities outdoors, blogger Nina Williams likes to treat them to some hot chocolate. She always has a Wire Serving Tray stocked and ready to go with red and white Holiday Moscow Mule Mugs, cocoa packets, and toppings like marshmallows and cookie sticks in mason jars.
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Add Little Luxuries to the Bath
Jenna LeBlanc of Jenna Sue Design will be hosting her parents over the holidays. She hasn't seen them in a year, so she wanted to make her guest room extra nice. She puts essentials like cotton balls in Metal Covered Jars and fills a pretty Westport Dispenser with seasonally-scented hand soap. A Decorative Fringe Towel adds color, while extra Thick and Plush Washcloths and Bath Towels are ready to pamper her guests.
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Offer Gorgeous, Gracious Hospitality
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Celebrate In a Child's Room
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Deck More Than the Halls
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Elevate Everyday Furniture
For a little holiday flair, Sabrina Tan of Gypsy Tan replaces a few of her everyday accessories to dress up a Cube Storage Organizer. She puts a Bohemian Luster Glass Vase filled with tiny twinkling lights in one of the cubbies, and tops it off with charming touches in her signature boho palette.
For all of these products and more, visit Walmart.com/BetterHomesandGardens.