Christmas Porch and Taking Care of Delivery Drivers

Now that Thanksgiving is officially over, we can talk ALL things Christmas! This afternoon the kids and I put together a snack basket for our delivery drivers, so I want to share that tag plus a look at our Christmas porch.

We have a pretty small porch, so we have to get creative when we decorate. It can get crowded really quick! We used berry garland from Hobby Lobby to frame the doorway and my in-laws built that super cute sign holder for us. This year I added a Sign from Etsy. You can find that shop HERE. I love the pop of red and white on the door.

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Here’s a closer look at our door sign. It is so well made and fits perfectly in with our Christmas theme.

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We wanted to say THANK YOU to all of our delivery drivers this Christmas season. After all, we ordered every.single.present online this year. They will be working long hours for the next several weeks, so we thought sharing some snacks would be fun! You can grab the tag HERE. It’s a FREE download for you ๐Ÿ™‚

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I’ve recruited the kids to help out. They will be in charge of putting the basket out in the morning, taking it in before bed, and refilling the snacks and drinks as needed. I thought this would be a good way to involve them in giving back this Christmas season. Download the tag HERE!

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Also, how sweet is this Santa that I found at Homegoods last year. I collect Santas and he is just so beautiful! My mat is sold out but it is by the brand Mud Pie. I’ve had it for several years.

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That’ll do it from us! Now to refrain from eating all those yummy snacks, ha!

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