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From Christmas to Winter: How to Bring the Outdoors in for the New Year.

Updated: Jan 4, 2021

Happy New Year!! It's finally 2021...woohoo!! Last year was unrelenting, crazy, unbelievable, and OVER!! On to new and hopefully better things. This LETTERBOARD is exactly how I feel starting off the new year.

I saw this Game of Thrones meme yesterday and I'm praying that it's not going to be the case...because if it's possibly what could come in 2021, we had better hold on to our hats!!!

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I'm sitting in my Jasper Lodge room in the Rocky mountains of Alberta writing to you now. Here's a few pics of my view:

There's something about the mountains and surrounding forests that I need to bring inside as décor each January. Here are some photos of the décor I added to Wild Rose Country Home before I left on Wednesday. I bet you are taking down your Christmas décor this weekend so let this fun blog post inspire you to add a few Alberta touches to your home this winter.

Here's a list of the winter elements you can ad to create that winter feel:


I love these versatile WOOD SLICE BOARDS

-Pine cones and trees

-Birch logs and snowflakes

This BLANKET LADDER is so fun and versatile! I bought one for my daughter for Christmas and she loves it.


-Textured throws and pillows: I love this sweater pillow cover!

-Lanterns with battery powered candles: