Have A Happy Holiday…Taylor Swift Style!

Ho, ho, ho! Christmas is only 3 days away (um…where did the time go?!) and if you’re still not feeling the warm fuzzies of the giving season, not to worry because country cutie, Taylor Swift, is coming to your rescue with a full list of ideas to get you in the spirit for the long holiday weekend!

1. Dress the part

Unless you’re lucky enough to live in an almost always sunny climate, winter is all about bundling up and there’s no reason you can’t look cute and be comfortable doing it!

“I wear a lot of sweaters and jeans and boots,” Taylor told Twist. “That’s usually my Nashville holiday uniform.”

2. Be Thoughtful About What You Put On Your Wish List

Taylor may have millions in the bank, but she can still ask Santa for a few presents and no, they do not include expensive pieces of jewelry or electronics! This year Taylor is hoping to find a pasta maker, vintage picture frames and anything from Anthrolpologie or Free People under the tree.

3. Spend Time With Your Family

Ok, so maybe an overdose of family time isn’t your idea of an awesome time, but taking a break from your friends will remind you that your parents can be pretty cool too, even if they are wearing Santa hats out in public. Taylor says she treasures the time she has with her family over the holidays.

It’s amazing to have us all together,” she says. “My family and I always decorate a big Christmas tree together and look at the ornaments Austin and I made when we were kids. It’s so nostalgic, looking back at all the Christmases past and comparing them to how different our lives are now.”

4. Make Gifts For Friends And Family

Taylor found a cool and crafty winter activity that can also serve as a totally kitschy gift for someone you love…mason jar snow globes!

“I found out how to do it on Pinterest,” she says. “That was my first time making snow globes out of mason jars, antique Christmas trinkets, and glitter. It made for a lovely winter activity day. Making snow globes made me feel like a little kid again.”

What gets your holiday spirit going?