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I like to shop to for seasonal decor on a budget. Especially during the holidays. My seasonal decor doesn’t stay out long and since my style tends to change over the years, my first holiday decor stop includes a visit to my local 99 Cent Only Stores . Trimming the Christmas Tree 99 Cents Store Style is something that makes me really happy and I look forward to seeing what I find every year.
I’m all about the sparkle at Christmas. I can’t get enough of glitter. The more it sparkles the better it is! This year, my tree has a rustic Christmas vibe trimmed with big gold, silver and white sparkly ornaments which were all found at, you guessed it, the 99 Cents Store Only!
I do enjoy creating my own holiday decor but since time and money are always a factor during the holidays, I just can’t pass up the seasonal selections I find at the 99. I always, always find something new and exciting so why re-create the wheel? It’s like a glitter explosion all on a dollar budget. Trimming the Christmas Tree 99 Cents Store Style is a must for any thrifty seasonal shopper like myself.
My tree topper is simple and full of sparkle by using red, silver and gold poinsettia sticks.
What’s also great about the 99 is sometimes they bring back similar items from the previous years which makes it very easy to incorporate older item with new finds. The red, gold and silver chains are actually from last year but they’re back on the shelves again this year.
Paper chains are sorta known as kid crafts but when they’re made of glitter paper and strung around the tree, I think they make the tree really sparkle!
I also tend to be drawn towards bigger ornaments that make a statement. The gold, silver and white balls are the prefect size for my tree.
I was also able to add in a few more rustic touches in to my 99 Cents Only Style Christmas Tree by hanging glitter snowflakes, white owls and little rustic red trucks.
It’s safe to say I consider myself a “99’er”. I love my local 99 Cent Only Stores. The stores are big. They’re clean and they typically have an entire store aisle full of seasonal items to choose from. It’s awesome!
The items at the 99 Cent Store are also spot on with the trends. When I walked in to my store for the first time this season and saw the variety of gold, red, silver and white ornaments on display I let out a little squeal. Glitter Perfection!
I really do shop my 99 for every season. It’s perfect for my budget and full of unique, quality items. Luckily, I have a few different locations to visit where I live. I’ve also noticed each store tend to carry different items so if you see something you like, you better get it ’cause I guarantee it will be gone on your next visit. You just never know what you’ll find when you “do the 99”!
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