Musings and ramblings of a Jewish Fashionista

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Wednesday, 31 October 2012

A Not So Fashiony Post!

I mainly write about fashion and beauty on Belle of the Ball, and I will get right back on that tomorrow, but I just want to post about something else today.

If you are a long time reader, or if you know me personally, you'll know that I am a HUGE fan of Christmas...yes I am Jewish and yes I should be just as excited about Chanukah, but, let's be honest, Christmas is just SO much fun! I am one of those people who start to get excited about the festive season as soon as September rolls around, and as far as I am concerned, the build up to Christmas never starts too soon...all you grinch's who start moaning about decorations going up in stores in October... :oP

I actually don't just decorate my house at Christmas, but my parents house too...much to, and I love buying presents and wrapping them up perfectly for them to be opened Christmas morning.

Anyway, my friend Jo just introduced me to the wonder that is Ikea's Christmas shop! Perhaps not as exciting and beautiful as Liberty's Christmas shop (seriously, if you haven't been there, then please, but with prices starting from £1 and rarely going over the £20 can't go wrong really.

I'm sure I will do many festive posts in the build up to the big day, but I just wanted to share a few bits I saw in Ikea, which could help you create a gorgeous yet very purse friendly Christmas. Enjoy x

Baubles - £8 for 2

Pudding baubles - £5 for 4

Sleigh decorations - £4 for 3

Robin decorations £5 for 4

Candle - £2

Potpourri in a bag - £1.99

Baubles - £10 set of 50

Star candle dish - £1.75

Gift bags - £2 for 12 pack

Gift boxes - £5 for 3 pack

Wrapping paper - £1.75

Gift tags - £1 for 40 pack

Stickers - 50p

Ribbon - £3

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