Hey y’all! Happy December!

I graduate college two weeks from today! TWO WEEKS. WHATTT?! I cannot believe how fast it has flown by. I’m really going to miss all the friends I’ve made over the last three and a half years.

To get in the Christmas spirit, I decorated our townhouse for Christmas and I can’t wait to show you! My friend, Abby, was so kind to take pictures for this post. You can check out more of her photography here.

Christmas isn’t complete without a Christmas candle!
I got this from the craft bazaar at my school last year
These ornaments are also from the craft bazaar
These ornaments are also from the craft bazaar
I filled an olive bucket with a frosted/flocked pick from The Found Cottage in Michigan (Liz Marie Galvan’s store) and some birch logs from Michales, topped with a bow
Pinecones and poinsettia flowers are spread throughout the room
I painted this tree farm sign last year. The garland is from Walmart and I absolutely love it! It was only $13
This little ceramic house is from Target along with the bottle brush tree
I love these Christmas pillows. The one with the wreath and the cable knit one are from the Hearth and Hand line at Target and the plaid one is from Hobby Lobby!
This beautiful pine wreath is from The Amsden in Versailles, KY. It hangs on our pantry door.

Well that’s everything! I love having the townhouse decorated for Christmas because it is so cozy during a stressful time in the semester. We also have a mini LED tree set up and lights around the living room.

Thanks for stopping by!

xoxo,

Alyssa

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