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  1. Jacque

    I’ve never used a wood burning tool. So intimidating! You make it look pretty easy Katrina! If I had my way, I’d start decorating right now! But it’s kind of always been a rule in my house (Stu!) that I at least need to wait until after Thanksgiving.

  2. Lauren Sharpton

    Oh man, I want to try that tool now too! Looks like fun! After having my first son on December 5th, I decided not to start the Christmas decor until after celebrating his birthday. In terms of holiday celebrating, I’m most excited about food (after family time, of course!), so I usually prepare by looking at recipes and drooling over what I’ll be making and munching on.

  3. Meredith

    I start getting ready for Christmas thanksgiving weekend, but after Thursday. Usually Saturday or Sunday. I have a box of fall decorations and…3 boxes of Christmas decorations… anyway, I get them out and do the switch, and put out the nativity scene. Whenever we get our tree, I put the lights on and the ornaments, and we of course have an advent wreath that we make at church.

    I’m following you on instagram, and Katrina! Love these wood block ornaments!

  4. Nice job on the ornaments! I start getting mentally ready for Christmas at the beginning of November. I think of it as the “holiday” season which includes Thanksgiving. In Norway where I used to live they bring out lights and decorations all over town starting Nov. 1, which is when it really starts getting dark. In Bergen there would be only 4 daylight hours in mid-winter. Very depressing. Christmas lights helped a great deal, and I still love them.

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