Simple Holiday Decorating Ideas To Please The 5 Senses
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Simple Holiday Decorating Ideas To Please The 5 Senses

See, Taste, Smell, Hear, and Touch the holidays in your apartment this year.

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Simple Holiday Decorating Ideas To Please The 5 Senses
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My mother always said, "When decorating for the holidays, make sure to please the five senses." Here are some easy things to add around your living space that will appeal to your senses this holiday season.

See A Tree!

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A little tree is perfect to add to a nightstand, coffee table, shelf, or desk. It's always nice to see a Christmas tree!

Taste A Treat

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Candy canes remind me of all the holiday sweets. Peppermint is a seasonal favorite. It's always nice to have a taste of the holidays readily available. Feel free to put your treats in Christmas-themed mugs, too!

Smell the Season

Claire Vocke

An easy way to get the smell of the season in your apartment is to buy some cinnamon scented pine cones. Put them on the table and the smell will permeate throughout the room. Every time you walk in the room it'll smell like Christmas!

Jingle Bells!

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Buy some bells to hang on your door. Whenever you open it, you will hear Santa's sleigh.

A Christmas Buddy

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It never hurts to hug a Christmas stuffed animal when you're watching your favorite Christmas movie.

I hope these simple ideas will add some joy to your apartment this season!

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