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Christmas in July

How to Outsmart the Grumpy Green Guy and Decorate Your Home for the Holidays

Ho ho ho! It's that time of year again—no, not the one with snowflakes and hot cocoa. It's (almost) Christmas in July! But beware, the Grumpy Green Guy has taken over our website, emails, and social media, doing everything he can to keep Santa away and spoil our festive fun. But will he prevail? Only if we let him! We're here to help you outsmart him and transform your home into a winter wonderland that even Santa himself would envy.

Let's join forces with Santa and make sure the Grumpy Green Guy doesn't stand a chance! We're giving you sneak peeks at the amazing holiday steals Santa's trying to bring your way. Be the first to deck your halls with these festive finds—sign up on our waitlist now to secure your spot and ensure you get your hands on these must-have decorations. Don’t let the Grumpy Green Guy keep you from a holiday wonderland!


First up on Santa's list is the charming Lifesize Bambi Sign. Perfect for welcoming guests to your Christmas oasis, this adorable decoration adds a touch of whimsy and nostalgia to your space.


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Styling Tip: Position Bambi near your entryway, surrounded by faux snow and twinkling fairy lights to create a magical first impression. Pair it with a few evergreen branches and pinecones for that authentic woodland feel.



Next, we have the Vintage Inspired Wooden Sleigh. This piece is not just a decoration—it's a statement. It screams "Christmas cheer" and "holiday nostalgia."


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Styling Tip: Place the sleigh in your living room or by the fireplace, filled with wrapped presents and plush throws. Add some fairy lights and a few ornaments for extra sparkle. It’s also a great spot for displaying holiday cards and letters to Santa.



Ding, dong, ding! The Oversized Christmas Bells are here to announce the holiday season with style. These bells are a must-have for adding a touch of elegance and charm to your decor.


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Styling Tip: Hang the bells on your front door or along your mantel. For a more dramatic effect, suspend them from the ceiling at different heights in a corner of your living room. Add some greenery and ribbons for a festive touch.



The Bronze Reindeer Bowl is both stylish and functional, perfect for holding holiday treats or as a centerpiece for your dining table.


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Styling Tip: Fill the bowl with shiny ornaments, pinecones, or even festive candies. Place it in the center of your dining table, surrounded by candleholders and greenery, to create a stunning holiday centerpiece.



Light up your nights with the Glistening LED Trees. These trees bring a warm, cozy glow to any space and are perfect for adding a touch of magic to your decor.


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Styling Tip: Arrange the LED trees on a covered porch, beside your mantel, or even in your entryway. Surround them with faux snow, small ornaments, and a few sprigs of holly. 



And finally, the pièce de résistance: the X-Large Wild Pine Pre-Lit Christmas Tree. This beauty comes with a removable pot and is ready to be the star of your holiday decor.


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Styling Tip: Decorate the tree with your favorite ornaments, ribbons, and garlands. To make it extra special, add a tree skirt and place a few wrapped presents underneath. Position it in your living room or wherever you gather with family and friends. The removable pot adds a rustic touch and makes it easy to move the tree around.


Final Touches

Don’t let the Grumpy Green Guy dampen your Christmas in July spirit. With these delightful decorations and styling tips, you’ll have a holiday home that’s both festive and fabulous. Remember, the key is to mix and match, adding your personal touch to each piece. Happy decorating, and may your home be filled with joy and cheer, even in the midst of summer!

For more styling and design tips, check out the rest of our Decor Steals Journal. And never miss a deal in 2024 by signing up for our daily alerts!

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