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Pins of the Week: Holiday Edition

If you’ve been following me you know I am Pinterest obsessed and love rounding up the Pins of the Week each week. As we prepare for last minute gifts, the holiday parties and so much more, Pinterest is a great online resource to get inspired easily. Especially during the holidays. From DIY projects I am swoonin’ over to ways to decorate the nursery for the season, I’ve rounded up just what I couldn’t wait to re-pin. Sometimes I can’t pin quick enough! And the best part of most of these… they are super easy. I mean, easy. 

Take a browse through a few favorites that are definitely worth pinning to your Holiday board.

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  • Decorate the Nursery 1 of 10
    Decorate the Nursery
    Decorations should never stop at the tree. Always make sure to decorate every room in your house to really celebrate the season. How cute is this festive little nursery?
    Image via Dea Sog Mia
    Pinned by Anu
  • DIY Handprint Ornament 2 of 10
    DIY Handprint Ornament
    There is nothing cuter. Baby's handprint hanging from the Christmas tree. Each year, as they get older, this is something they will always remember.
    Image via A Sorta Fairytale Blog
    Pinned by HWTM
  • DIY Advent Calendar 3 of 10
    DIY Advent Calendar
    While some may be to young for an advent calendar, others with siblings may want to join in on the fun. Saving those tiny baby socks makes for a great advent calendar next year too!
    Image via Martha Stewart
    Pinned by cupcakeMAG
  • DIY Photo Op 4 of 10
    DIY Photo Op
    Get the camera out! Right after you browse through 10 DIY Photo Ideas for Baby in the link below! I think this one is my favorite!
    Image via JM Photo Images
    Pinned by Babble
  • Baby’s First Christmas 5 of 10
    Baby's First Christmas
    This adorable Baby's First Christmas ornament makes me swoon.
    Image via Etsy
    Pinned by Project Nursery
  • Thumbprint Lights 6 of 10
    Thumbprint Lights
    A fun, creative way to remember Baby's First Christmas is by creating a special memory. How about thumbprint christmas lights? Such a cute idea!
    Image via Meet the Dubiens
    Pinned by cupcakeMAG
  • Decorate with Candy Canes 7 of 10
    Decorate with Candy Canes
    This is an adorable yet easy way to decorate the nursery. A Candy Cane banner over curtains or above the crib. A great way to spread holiday cheer everywhere in your home -- with candy canes.
    Image via Good Housekeeping
    Pinned by Pens N Paperflowers
  • Reindeer Sandwich 8 of 10
    Reindeer Sandwich
    It doesn't get much cuter than a Sandwich Rudolph on Christmas morning! How fun?
    Image via Cute Food for Kids
    Pinned by Kelly Lyden
  • Cute Baby Included 9 of 10
    Cute Baby Included
    From the adorable outfits to the Christmas lights -- I am not sure what is cuter than that adorable face! Have fun with simple photo props to capture that special first Christmas moment.
    Image via Melissa Diep
    Pinned by Project Nursery
  • Handprint Christmas Tree 10 of 10
    Handprint Christmas Tree
    For those with an older infant, creating a Christmas tree from their handprints makes for adorable wall art during the holidays.
    Image via Meet the Dubiens
    Pinned by Hello Bee

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