I was lucky enough to receive a holiday box from Erin Condren as part of their affiliate program. Any links will be my affiliate links and I would appreciate it if you used them. I will earn a small percentage for each purchase.

I get excited for Christmas time every year.

I love finding gifts for friends and family. I actually buy items all year round when I find the perfect item. I love giving unique gifts over gift cards. The fun is the hunt for the right thing.

Plus, you get to listen to Bing Crosby croon as you wrap presents and bake cookies.

Although the Erin Condren Holiday collection is meant to be given as gifts, I want to keep it all for myself! I love everything I received and flipping through the lookbook, I am finding more things I want for myself! We may be doing the one for you, one for me gift buying this year.

I say Christmas because that is what I celebrate but really these items could be given for any holiday or birthday. The items are definitely not Christmasy. Everything is so colorful and beautiful. And many items use this year’s popular layers, floral, and mid-century circle patterns. Even what I call ornaments aren’t really ornaments. They are paper decorations and the colors are rich, jewel tones as opposed to red and green.

You can shop for all the holiday items at erincondren.com. If you aren’t an Insider, you can use my referral link to sign up and save $10 on your first order.

I cannot wait to do this layers puzzle. And mix up a cranberry champagne cocktail. What are you most looking forward to from the Erin Condren Holiday collection?

Referral link info: You will receive $10 off your first purchase and I will earn Insider points.

You may also like my holiday gift video.

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Jenna Volden has a degree in business and has spent the last 10 plus years working for others. She believes it is time to start her own photography and writing business. She enjoys running, coffee and helping others achieve their goals. Gluten-free foods are a lifestyle, not a choice, for her due to celiac disease. She is currently based in Phoenix, Arizona.