Today I have yet another Christmas in July press day post for you. It feels like absolutely ages ago that I first started looking at this seasons Christmas selections, it always feels a little strange to preview them in the hight of summer. Now that Christmas is just a couple of weeks away, it all feels a bit more exciting. If you’re like me and still haven’t put all your decorations up and haven’t done any Christmas shopping yet, heres a little fabulously festive inspiration for you, all spotted at the Paperchase Christmas press day. I’m going to do this post in two parts as it’s so photo heavy, so today is all about decorations and wrapping and my next post will cover gifts.
I can’t get enough of all their cute and quirky decorations, especially the lovely little peas!
As green is my favourite colour, this makes me very happy. I really need to get some cactus decorations, they are fabulous!
I love the move away from tradition Christmas themes and colours, a multi coloured theme can be so cheerful.
I really like the Mexican touches, although I’m not a fan of sugar skulls particularly, I would definitely get the sombrero decoration.
The vibrant colour palette really comes through in the wide variety of baubles, some more eccentric than others. The wreaths were one of the highlights of the collection for me.
If you prefer a retro kitsch look, there are plenty of cute glitter fawns in a selection of colours that would look perfect in a vintage inspired home.
For a more traditional look, there is also a great selection in gold and metallic tones.
I really love the globe bauble and really want to add one to my collection. I also have my eye on the unicorn snow globe, which I know my girls would love.
There was a lovely collection inspired by woodland animals, which would make a lovely theme. They would look great peeping out amongst the branches of your Christmas tree.
As usual you can expect to see a great selection of cards and wrapping in both tradition and crazy designs. Last year I went for the Brussels sprout theme, but this year I’d prefer something like the bottom right one below.
I really enjoyed the whole range and revisiting the collection has definitely got me feeling a bit more Christmassy. Now I just need to get down to Paperchase and pick up a few things! I’ll be sharing my favourite gifts from the range in the next few days, so watch this space!
See the full range on the Paperchase website.
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