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El espíritu navideño llega cada año a la casa de Sarah Hart y su adorable familia, no dudes en copiar sus ideas -vistas en Instagram- para pasar una Navidad mágica. 

Miriam Núñez Del Bosque 20/11/2017
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Decoración Navidad en casa de Sarah Hart

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Adornos para el árbol hechos en casa, dulces galletas con motivos navideños, tazas de Papá Noel, elfos o muérdago, mantas de cuadros escoceses y guirnaldas de luces. Sarah Hart es una enamorada de la Navidad, cada año espera paciente que llegue esta época tan mágica y festiva, ya en verano comienza a pensar en la decoración del árbol, qué calcetines va a colgar en la chimenea o qué galletas horneará. Su casa se llena de verdes guirnaldas, coronas de Navidad con lazos rojos, luces de colores y un apetecible olor pastel.

Suele preparar chocolate caliente mientras envuelve los regalos y palomitas para sus cuatro pequeños cuando cuelgan los adornos en el árbol. Su hogar se llena de una atmósfera tierna y acogedora que deja fuera el frío del invierno. Dado el encanto de esta casa y su familia, hemos decido hacer esta lista que, si bien no es la de Los Reyes Magos, puede ser de lo más interesante. Hemos recopilado ideas, costumbres y consejos para pasar una Navidad tan mágica como la de Sarah Hart y su adorable familia. 

Antes de ver esta lista tan navideña, no te olvides de tener a mano: una bebida caliente, tu manta preferida, una libreta y un lápiz. ¿Listos para apuntar?

1. DECORA TU CASA CON GUIRNALDAS, CORONAS Y LUCES

Para llenar tu casa de espíritu navideño, decora cada rincón con detalles festivos: guirnaldas verdes, coronas de navidad con lazos, luces o calcetines. 

 

The boys are outside playing Grinch and I'm sampling the bourbon punch. Its a hostess's duty to make sure it's , right?

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Yesterday Jackson asked if I could make a wreath with a big red bow on it. That's not really my style, but I dug through all the bins in the basement to find one and #putabowonit anyway. For him. ❤️

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#holidaybaking @ameliamarthelia was kind enough to send me her gingerbread cookie recipe, so I'm giving it a go! She joked when she sent it that the recipe sucked because it didn't include any directions, but I kind of think that's the best holiday baking - a recipe that has been passed down to you, handwritten on a card, and you make it year and after without the need of any directions. I'll let you know how they turn out!

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At a wreath workshop hosted by @annanovak at Pioneer Farm, and I've decided I'm moving in. #dreamhome

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Getting a head start on some baking (while someone tugs at my apron string) before the hustle and bustle of the holiday season begins. I was planning on throwing some cranberry muffins in the freezer, but something tells me there may not be any leftovers to freeze once the boys get to them.

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2. DECORA LA CHIMENEA

Si tienes chimenea en casa, no dudes en decorarla con luces o guirnaldas y colgar unos bonitos calcetines de Navidad. 

 

How is it possible to be grumpy when the house is filled with so much holiday cheer? I guess I should ask the guy sulking in the corner.

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I know what you're thinking. When will this woman ever shut up about fall and Christmas? Answer: probably never because it's my absolute favorite time of year. Always has been, always will be. I'm testing out the boys' new stockings that came in the mail today, and I believe my search for the perfect stockings has finally ended because I can see these beauties hanging on our mantle 20 years from now.

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3. HORNEA DULCES, GALLETAS Y BIZCOCHOS 

En esta época del año son típicas las galletas de jengibre, los bizcochos de zanahoria y calabaza o los dulces navideños como el turrón o los mazapanes. Pasa una tarde lluviosa de invierno horneando y decorando deliciosas galletas o tartas, los niños se lo pasarán genial. Al ser postres caseros son mucho más saludables que cualquiera que compres en el supermercado. 

 

I almost always forget about dessert because I'm not really a sweets person, so thank goodness I had an extra cake mix and tub of frosting leftover over from Silas's birthday. Henry thinks Santa might like a slice of it instead of cookies.

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There was dough all over the floor, flour everywhere and a light dusting of powdered sugar coating the counter, but they were humming Christmas tunes and asking me all about the Santa I saw this morning while they took turns cutting out the cookies. That makes it all worth it. #makingmemories #holidaytraditions HOW TO: for everyone asking, squeeze bottles are key. You make the icing using powdered sugar and water, but you want one bottle of icing to be thicker than the others. This will be the one you use to outline so the filler icing doesn't just run over the edges of the cookies. Use food coloring to make different colors for your filler bottles, which should be thinner and easier to spread around with the tip of the bottle. I started decorating cookies this way a few years ago and will never go back. It's not an exact science for me. I usually use 1 cup of powdered sugar and add water until I reach the desired consistency. For more detailed instructions, check out @thekitchn's website.

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Confession: I don't even like Christmas cookies, but they sure are fun to make. #gimmeallthemeatsandcheeses

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Bing's playing while I set up the cookie decorating stations for the boys, and I can't wait to see their faces when they get home from school. They each have their own cookies and bottles filled with icing, so no fighting! #whateverittakes Two years ago no one wanted to eat the cookies because Silas came down with hand, foot and mouth disease and the cookies he touched somehow got mixed in with all the others.

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Finishing off the last of my holiday baking calls for celebration! I would have finished yesterday, but I accidentally doubled the butter in that batch of cranberry bread and almost set the oven on fire. I promise there was no champagne involved either!

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I hope when they're older they'll be filled with warm fuzzy feelings when they think about this time of year. I hope they remember watching Christmas movies by the twinkly lights, the smell of the fresh garland and trees, dancing to Christmas records, wrapping up treasures for each other, opening up a Christmas book each morning and baking cookies. Most of all though, I hope they remember the love that fills our home. Happy December!

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4. CREA TUS PROPIOS ADORNOS DE NAVIDAD

Si quieres un árbol de lo más original, opta por hacer tus propios adornos. Elige una tarde aburrida de invierno, una en la que haga tanto frío que no puedas salir, hazte un chocolate caliente y ponte manos a la obra. Sarah escogió tarros y diferentes figuritas para crear estos adornos. 

 

You know the doesn't fall far from the when your boys are totally down to make Christmas ornaments in November and put Christmas with the Chipmunks on the record player on their own to add a little cheer while making said ornaments. #holidaylove #soproud #myworkhereisdone

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Are you in a funk now that Halloween is over? Well, maybe the thought of little trees, reindeer and glitter will brighten your spirits! I'm hosting another workshop @murrayandfinn next month, only this time no knives are involved because we're making ornaments. Sound like fun? Zoom for more details, and tickets are available at the link in my profile!

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It may have taken me a few years, but I'm finally getting around to tackling the first thing I ever pinned on Pinterest. Ornaments! Simply cut out images from your favorite book, glue them to card stock, cut out and attach some twine to hang. #nevertoolatetoaddsomethingtothetree

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5. DETALLES: TAZAS NAVIDEÑAS, ADORNOS Y COJINES

No hace falta una gran decoración para llenarte de espíritu navideño, puede que sólo necesites unas tazas como las de Sarah, unos platos con muérdago dibujado, un bolígrafo de Papá Noel, un cojín con forma de árbol de navidad o una simple tarjeta colgada de un pomo. 

 

I mean, it is hot chocolate weather, so it's totally ok to bring up the kids' Christmas mugs. #couldnthelpmyself

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Sometimes Giddy pulls something off the shelf while we're at the store that I just can't say no to. #hepickedadancingsantatoo

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I may have to start locking the basement door to keep myself from bringing up more decorations. I figure we'll be picking out a Christmas tree next Friday anyway, so what's the harm? ✨ ✨ GIVEAWAY! Want to win one of these adorable MERRY and BRIGHT banners from @motherrose? Make sure you're following her and tag one friend below. I'll announce a winner Saturday at 12:00PM EST. Good luck and merry merry! #MatriarchHandmade

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I was feeling a little bummed after having to ditch our fall porch decorations, but those pumpkins were getting mushy and the mums were basically a fire hazard. So I brought a little something up from the basement to brighten my day.

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6. PONER EL ÁRBOL

Un árbol de Navidad llena de magia cualquier espacio y lo transforma por completo, siempre es más divertido ponerlo en familia mientras se escuchan villancicos y huele a chocolate. Para que los más peques disfruten, Sarah les hace palomitas y les deja decorar a su gusto. 

 

They're busy drawing snowmen and nutcrackers while Penny eats their crayons. I think we need a craft table up here!

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I usually avoid malls like the plague, especially during the holidays, but today I had to pick up an online order (I needed something to wear to our holiday party this weekend, and let's face it, my uniform of men's sweaters and duck boots weren't going to cut it). That trip to the mall just confirmed my feeling about gifts and holiday shopping - they are my LEAST favorite part of the holidays. Christmas trees, holiday cheer, gatherings, baking, Christmas carols, lights, lights and more lights are the good stuff for me (granted, I'm not a kid). Does it make me a Scrooge for wishing we could just do away with them?! If so, then bah humbug.

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After sitting in the basement for close to a year, my husband has finally agreed to let me "test" out this couch. #hesgivingitaweek

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It’s never too early to start planning your Christmas decorations, if you ask me! Head on over to @anthropologie’s blog today to read about some of our holiday decorating traditions. #linkinbio

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Stringing popcorn for the tree while the boys wrap random toys they find around the house for each other. Silas was disappointed when the stopwatch he wrapped for Jackson started beeping.

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7. DECORAR LA MESA

Con bayas rojas, un mantel a cuadros, unas servilletas con un ribete navideño, velas o flores, es importante decorar la mesa tanto para uno mismo como para los invitados que estén por venir. 

 

Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours! May your bellies be full, and your hearts even fuller. #fancysetupbutmostofusarestillinpjs #timetoeat #thenpassout

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Counting every single one of our blessings today. A relaxing morning spent watching the parade, a glass of wine in hand, and the turkey is almost done. Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours.

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I think the boys will have to have a pizza party on the floor tonight.

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8. ENVOLVER LOS REGALOS

Puede ser un trabajo tedioso, incómodo y aburrido pero eso puede cambiar. Haz como Sarah y prepárate una bebida caliente, relájate, pon música suave y disfruta del momento de envolver y decorar los regalos con lazos, pegatinas, cascabeles o tarjetas navideñas. Puedes copiar su idea y meter varios regalos en sacos de tela. Visualiza el resultado y haz que eso sea tu motivación. 

 

A quick pick-me-up after an exhausting morning of errand running and checking things off my Christmas to-do list. A certain 20 month old decided he didn't feel like shopping today, the one day I didn't leave the house prepared with snacks. #gofigure Now it's time to take a breather, put him down for a nap and put that wrapping paper to use! #plaidforever

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Merry Christmas! ✨

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9. VIVA EL TARTÁN 

Los cuadros en rojo y verde son el estampado típico de la Navidad, si quieres llenar tu hogar de espíritu navideño sin pasarte es una de las mejores opciones. Coloca mantas, cojines o calcetines con este estampado para lograr una atmósfera mágica y acogedora. También puedes optar por abrigos con este estampado o papel de regalo. 

 

Sunday morning. Beds are made. Coffee is next. ☕️☕️☕️ (Thank you @homegrowntraditions for thinking of my boys and sending over these beautiful pillowcases!)

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Another day, another delivery, another box for recycling. #amiright What on earth would I do during the holidays without online shopping?

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Thank goodness this little elf can keep a secret.

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He had to wear his "snowman pants" unzipped this year because of that belly. #reallifesanta #toomanycookies #thankgoodnessforsuspenders

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10. UNA BIENVENIDA MUY NAVIDEÑA 

La primera impresión es importantes, por eso es esencial decorar la entrada con motivos navideños. El felpudo de Sarah Hart nos ha encantado y ya estamos buscando uno igual. 

 

Every morning I brew enough espresso in the moka pot and steam enough milk on the stove for exactly two lattes, and I think I could probably do it with my eyes closed by now (and let's be honest, half the time they are). So the upside to my husband being out of town this morning is that I get to enjoy a second latte. His latte. ☕️☕️ #morninghustle #stillinpjs

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