It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here. We decided to put up the trees and bring out the Christmas holiday decor a little early this year. Last winter I lost an artificial tree and some Christmas decorations to the ice storm that took out my shed. The loss was even worse over at my son’s house. Earlier this week my daughter-in-law was devastated to learn that so many of her treasured holiday keepsakes and pictures were damaged from that storm. I am thankful that our friends at CVS offered to partner with us for a holiday decor post.
From the cheerful wreath that hangs on the front door to the ornaments that hang on the tree, CVS provided just what we needed to get into the holiday spirit. Even some holiday snacks. Tree trimming works up quite an appetite for cookies.
Gold Emblem Select Milk Chocolate and Dark Chocolate Truffles, and Soft Baked Chocolate Chunk Cookies are a perfect holiday treat. Don’t you think?
As for trimming the tree, I love this combination of red, green and gold ornaments. I love all the glitter and sparkle of this season.
These 100 count sets of shatterproof ornaments from CVS are perfect for children. You don’t have to worry about anyone getting a boo-boo from a broken ornament. Plus, the value of this ornament set can’t be beat.
My mom and nieces were such a great help with decorating the tree.
An early Christmas gift arrived in a very large box. Seeing this enormous bear was quite a surprise.
My niece, Becca, has staked a claim on this gigantic plush Christmas bear. She loves stuffed animals. For now the bear sits by the fireplace keeping stay cozy and warm.
Under the tree now sits a singing and dancing Christmas Snoopy. I love all the little stuffed animals that sing Christmas carols to you. My grandchildren have quite a collection of them under the tree. They are so much fun, although they do seem to terrify the dogs.
All of these great holiday decor items, including this adorable Christmas caroling Snoopy, are available at your local CVS Pharmacy. Samples provided by CVS.
There is still time to take advantage of the popular CVS “Free Gift Card” promotion. ExtraCare Rewards Program members can earn one $10 gift card per week by spending $30 on participating products found in the weekly circular. Perfect to gift to someone on your holiday shopping list, or to treat yourself! This promotion is available from November 2nd – November 23rd with an extra bonus week November 29th – December 6th.
CVS Black Friday Deals: Beginning on November 27, shoppers can find incredible deals on must-have gift items, at their local CVS or right at their fingertips by visiting the new CVS/pharmacy Gift Guide. Thursday through Saturday there will be some HUGE BOGO FREE offers on popular gift options!
CYBER MONDAY DEALS: (From Sunday, November 30 – Tuesday, December 2) For shoppers who prefer to skip the Black Friday shopping experience can head to CVS.com to receive 25% off regular/non-sale prices items using the coupon code CYBER25 and also receive deals up to 75% off on popular gift items.
Deb P says
We have the CVS discount card, it comes in handy. We shop there a lot. 🙂
Toni Porter says
I might have to make a trip to CVS for that Snoopy! My mom and I are both Snoopy fans, and I know she’d love it!
Betsy Barnes says
CVS is my favorite drugstore! I spend hours in there and since it’s the holiday’s, I will spending many hours browsing and searching for great gift ideas and stocking stuffers 🙂
Love the Snoopy decoration! We love our Snoopy decorations from CVS, too! Thanks for a great post!
Nicole H. says
That Snoopy is so cute! I know someone who would LOVE one of those for Christmas. Hmmmm…
angela smith says
the bear with the present and snoopy are really cute.they seem to have alot of christmas stuff at cvs i’ll have to check it.your trees looking good out
Your Christmas Tree is absolutely beautiful. I love the bear too 🙂
Tina R. says
I hate that you lost some of your Christmas decor/ornaments! I have so many keepsake ornaments, I don’t even want to think about loosing them! I love stuffed animals in my tree, they cover up holes and are fun for newcomers to find them in there while looking at the tree! Your tree is beautiful!