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The holidays are prime time for many brands to kick up their marketing. Customers looking for recipe ideas, decorating tips, and gift ideas often turn to social media for inspiration and information. The following social media influencers use their clout to promote a variety of holidays, including Easter, Halloween, Valentine’s Day, and Christmas.

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Check out these 11 influencers to get into the holiday spirit

Amanda Escoe

Crafter, artist and content creator Escoe makes her own adorable holiday decorations and gifts. Her posts showcase a variety of holiday-themed items: Peep plushies for Easter, a spooky cottage village for Halloween, and heart-shaped lock boxes for Valentine’s Day. She sells her items in her Etsy store.  

Beth Manos Brickey

As a Functional Nutritionist Therapy Practitioner, Brickey’s page is focused on combining taste and health-promoting foods. There are grain-free cupcakes on Easter and paleo/vegan Dark Chocolate Peppermint Bark on Christmas Eve. December is a favorite month for her healthy holiday recipes, such as dairy-free Matcha White Hot Chocolate and Dark Chocolate Crispy Peanut Butter Balls.

Krystle Barnes

Krystle is a mom and lifestyle blogger whose beautiful photographs help elevate her posts. She’s partnered with Cricut to make fall snack labels that she showcased on Pinterest and has an entire “Holidays” category on her blog. She’s promoted Sprinkle Pop for Christmas and Grounded by Grace 4th of July decorating kits on Instagram. 

Sarah Pendrick

With a focus on mindful motherhood and women’s empowerment, it’s no surprise that Pendrick is the founder of lifestyle brand GirlTalk Network. She’s also the author of the book “Beautifully Brave.” On Instagram, her holiday-themed posts include posts about RM Palmer Company’s minty bell chocolates and Nourishe skincare products.

Jo Shetley

Shetley’s Instagram is filled with beautiful neutral decor, which helps her holiday-themed posts pop. Check out her pretty Halloween posts with caramel apples and metal pumpkin or the “Boo” welcome mat with pale pumpkins. Her Christmas posts—of wrapping gifts and a decorative mantle—look like they came straight out of a magazine. Shop her holiday looks on the LTK app. 

Liz Marie Galvan

A self-declared “cozy enthusiast,” Galvan lives in an 1800s farmhouse, which features prominently in her posts. She’s done Christmas paid partnerships with Minted and created a Christmas Decor Inspiration guide. Her book “Cozy White Cottage Seasons” is available for pre-order through her blog, where you can find links to purchase her favorite fall and Halloween decor.  

Kate Arends

Arends runs Wit & Delight, a lifestyle brand that provides strategy, creative consulting and direction, design, video, and product design for brands of all sizes around the globe. Clients have included Nike, Moo, Cricut, and Starbucks. There’s a Halloween-themed nod sponsored by Goodwill and a celebratory Christmas post with a paid mention for Veuve Clicquot champagne.

Carla Hayden

Having been featured on HGTV and in Origin Magazine, interior designer Hayden knows has to attract sponsorships from brands. She highlighted her collaboration with The Home Depot on her website in a post about her pink Christmas tree. For New Year’s, she gave a shout-out to Lenox on Instagram for sponsoring her table setting and to her paid partner, The Container Store, for its storage solutions.

Drew Scott

After creating the Lone Fox channel on YouTube in 2018 to share his love for crafting and DIY projects, Scott created the Lone Fox store. His holiday posts include shout-outs to King C. Gillette at Christmas on Instagram and a first-day-of-fall video about holiday essentials sponsored by Crate & Barrel. Don’t be surprised by the many shout-outs from THE James Charles.

Kelly (Tinker Travels)

As a busy mom of two, pet business owner and travel and lifestyle blogger, it’s impressive that Bullock has visited more than 30 countries. But the social media influencer puts her Instagram to work to help fund her adventures. Check out the paid partnership with Kiddylicious in which she made Christmas fruit plates and the Elegant Touch ad when Bullock did her nails for the holidays.

Jessy Freimann

Freimann is an entrepreneur whose meal prepping helped launch her business. She offers a free meal-prep series and created the blog The Life Jolie. She earns money from affiliate links in her recipes, such as the fall favorite, Baked Pumpkin Donut. Don’t miss her Valentine’s Day Chocolate Cheesecake-Stuffed Strawberries or her Christmas Chocolate Crinkles.

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