Best mags with last-minute Christmas decor ideas
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So you’ve been partying for the past few weeks and you’ve done no home decorating or shopping for items like stocking stuffers. Don’t despair, we’ve got your back, with these magazines tailor-made to give you the last-minute inspiration you need — or just a holly, jolly laugh.

Hearst’s Country Living and its staff is leaving New York for the sticks with the hiring of a new editor, and we’re wondering if the writers knowingly filled the December title with stuff they’d never do themselves: Old toilet tissue cardboard rolls for a wreath, or old coffee filter papers to string above the fireplace. Ridiculous! we hear you say. What about wrapping up your entire book collection in plaid wrapping paper, as one lady featured in the magazine suggests. Editor-in-Chief Sarah Gray is hanging up her apron and heading for Athens, NY, to spend more time living out the Country Living fantasy. Gray is being replaced by Rachel Hardage Barrett, who is relocating the outfit to Birmingham, Ala.

We didn’t think last minute, was exactly in Martha Stewart’s repertoire, so we were heartened to find in Martha Stewart Living a bunch of “last-minute” hors d’oeuvres you can assemble to make it look like you prepped for hours. The simple advice is to stock up on high end Parmigiana-Reggiano, sweet sopressata, a honeycomb and a few dates and spreads. As far as gifts go, the magazine re…………… continues on New York Post

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