Normally I do not endorse the idea of shopping for entertainment, but I do make an exception for The Vermont Country Store catalog (I am not an affiliate, just a fan). And it’s just window shopping, I tell myself. Just for inspiration. I don’t HAVE to fill my cart with all kinds of wonderful holiday goodness.

Right now the website has separate sections for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas goodies. But my favorite parts of the catalog are the Candy section and the Brands From The Past section. I get fun gift ideas here.

I bought 2 tablecloths from them today…

(Image credit: David Mark)

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