Celebrate the Holidays in Style with Pier 1
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Celebrate the Holidays in Style with Pier 1

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pier 1 Imports. All opinions are 100% mine.

The holidays are right around the corner. Is your home fully decorated with festive goodies? Are you done with gift shopping? Don't stress out if you have to answer "no" to either question. There is still time to shop and Pier 1 1 is here to help you celebrate the holidays in style!
One of the "must haves" for holiday decor is a nice wreath to hang on the door and tell everyone else that you are in holiday mode. To my delight, Pier 1 offers quite a few unique and beautiful wreaths at reasonable prices.
For instance, this colorful Sunflower Wreath is on sale for only $9.98 (original $39.95)
It is our tradition to celebrate Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve with an elaborate family dinner party. My #1 "must have" as a hostess would be a decent  dinnerware set to impress the guests. Pier 1 again surprises me with its large selection of stylish dinnerware at competitive prices.
I'm in love with the Robin Dinnerware, which is on sale for as low as $2.98 apiece.

Pier 1 carries a wide variety of highly affordable holiday gifts. Here are a couple of my favorites.


These adorable Beaded Photo Holders cost only $6 each.

These one-of-a-kind Glass Animal Figurines could be yours for $6-$7 each.

While shopping for your family and friends at Pier 1, you could lighten up some precious kid's day by donating a small gift. To make things easier for you, during the months of November and December, Pier 1 offers you the opportunity to support Toys for Tots by dropping off an unwrapped toy and/or making a cash donation at the register. In addition, you can help with charity by simply liking Pier 1 Imports on Facebook. For every new fan they get, they will donate $1 to Toys for Tots.

Happy holidays and hope you will find something you heart for while discovering what Pier 1 has to offer both online and in store!

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