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I know we’ve been talking a lot lately about trying something new this holiday season. You know, trading out that tired red and green for something a little more modern and unexpected like violet, hot pink or white. Well, as much as I love these new, fresh Christmas combos taking over the stores (hey, I have a purple tree myself!), I’m still partial to the classic red and green that feels tied to the holiday. I know as soon as I see those two colors together that I can start finding candy canes, gingerbread houses and holiday tunes in the background of every place I go. Sigh…don’t you just love the holidays?

Mood Board Monday: Christmas GreenKids’ Party :: Evergreen Trees :: Napkin Holders :: Gift Wrap :: Wreath :: Stockings :: Dining Room

Are you sticking with red and green this year or trying a more modern holiday theme? Tell me in the comments below!


5 Responses

  1. Cindy N. says:

    Call me old fashioned, I'm a red and green gal all the way.

  2. Stacy says:

    Those small evergreen trees make me so happy.

  3. Michelle MacCarthy says:

    I live near the beach and in Florida so I'm doing white, silver and my favorite color, turquoise. It's very pretty and beachy

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