I went in for pillows, I left with no pillows and still somehow spent $200. You know the story! You go to Target and let Target tell you what you need. I found some cute Christmas decor I couldn’t pass up from the Studio McGee line as well as some other little stocking stuffer ideas, so figured I’d compile everything in a post and share here!
I love decorating with these red berries for the colder months. We have a wreath on our front door with similar berries and it always just screams Christmas to me. Found these from the Heartb & Hand line for only $5. I have a vase in our family room with cotton I use for winter decor as well, so I’ll probably combine these two to make a new arrangement for winter.
I’m obsessed with these Hearth & Hand cedar mini napkin rings. I wanted to do something like this for Christmas dinner, but I know I’ll never have the time to get around to it. These look very real and now I can reuse them for years to come. A 4 pack is $8.
I love the Studio McGee line at Target and these brass Christmas trees caught my eye right away! I grabbed one in both sizes, what I would call medium ($15) and large ($20).
I got Greyson some fuzzy socks ($3) and a Christmas sweater ($17) I thought he could wear to school for his Holiday party and on Christmas Day. He wears 5T in the sweater and the socks fit kids shoe sizes 11-1.
We love walking the dogs even in the colder months, so I got another fleece bunting ($19) for McKenna we can wrap her up in and toss a blanket or two on her in the bassinet. It’s super soft and comes in 4 colors. I also couldn’t resist grabbing this buffalo check footie ($10). They also make it in a similar style with a reindeer. She currently wears 0-3 months.
I couldn’t pass up these soft Christmas red and white stripe joggers ($20). They are super cozy and I plan to wear them all the time in these colder months. I went with a medium since I’m 11 weeks postpartum, but I probably could have gone with a small as they are slightly baggy.
I love a good pair of brown mules ($25) for fall and these are super comfy. They didn’t have my size in store so I went with a half size up (9.5) and they seem like they’ll be okay.
Lastly, I got a few toddler stocking stuffers for Greyson. These were in the dollar spot, so I can’t link them. They had some cute crafty ideas like an ink pad made for doing fingerprints, so it’s easy to wash off, build a snowman stamp kit, moldable foam, and modeling clay with a bunch of colors. I also got a Paw Patrol grab and go play pack which we’ll use in the car to keep him occupied. They had a few different kinds as well as a larger kit that had stickers, etc. All in all, I’d say this was a successful Target trip… minus the pillows 😬