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Guys, Chip And Joanna Released New Products For Their Target Home Line And It's A Post-Christmas Miracle

Gosh, I love them. And this new stuff.

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By now, I'm sure most of you know who Chip and Joanna Gaines are. The cutest couple to ever grace our television screens.

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For those of you who don't know, they're the stars of HGTV's Fixer Upper, which is unfortunately coming to an end in 2018.

Back in early November, they released their amazing holiday-centric Hearth & Hand With Magnolia line at Target. And today, I'm back to tell you THAT THEY JUST RELEASED 140 WONDERFUL NEW PRODUCTS, SO GET THAT HOLIDAY CASH READY, FOLKS!

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There's these hanging file folders to help you get your shit together in the new year while giving your walls a subtle pop of color.

Price: $5.99

You should definitely shop their collection of succulent plants and terracotta pots. Mixing and matching these babes to fit the needs of your living space will be fun.

Price: $12.99 for the square pot, $19.99 for the rectangle pot, and $3.99 for each succulent stem.
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Price: $12.99 for the square pot, $19.99 for the rectangle pot, and $3.99 for each succulent stem.

Then there's these salad servers that might actually make you crave a big whopping bowl of lettuce, just so you can use the utensils.

Price: $9.99 (available in yellow and blue)
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Price: $9.99 (available in yellow and blue)

And check out this lil wood desktop calendar for helping you keep track of the days in 2018 in the cutest way possible.

Price: $9.99

So get your credit cards out. You just spent the season, buying things for other people, now it's time to treat yourself! Check out the rest of the new items and shop the entire collection here.

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Could these two be any more perfect?

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