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let the festivus ring

I am thrilled to share today’s images. Moving into a new home I never considered the initial dearth of holiday decorations. Holidays have always been spent at my parent’s home with garlands galore, Nutcrackers aplenty, and enough childhood ornaments to fill an orchard. 
Initially, this lack of decorations was discouraging; it is difficult to conceive of purchasing seemingly “meaningless” objects to fill a house. However, once the melancholy outlook departed, this became a treasured occasion of ushering in a new stage of life. Purchasing fresh festive pieces simply means that I have the opportunity to immerse them in my own holiday memories. 
The Musser Loft Housewarming Party is just around the corner and the halls are decked. 
I’ve also been waiting for the perfect moment to share with you that 
I do indeed possess one brass fox [see final image].  
bulk candy from Oriental Trading Company
Nutcracker men from A.C. Moore {50% off}
vintage milk glass vases (re-purposing from our wedding)
decanter by Waterford Crystal (similar here)
crystal candelesticks by Marquis

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