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Are you ready to deck the halls? I think a lot of us have been ready since October to bring in the holiday spirit.
We can’t believe we are saying it, but it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
No matter how you choose to decorate your home, you don’t have to pay through the roof to create the festive home of your dreams.
Inexpensive Christmas decorations have never been more needed than the year of 2020! We hope you find something to suit your home and taste from our round up of Christmas inspiration ideas.
Wrap your front door with ribbon
A festive door ribbon can be a great alternative to a traditional door wreath which will still make an impact and wow your neighbours. This will give you a Christmassy feel when you arrive home, without being over the top.
All you need to do is measure your door and cut the fabric to size with extra to tie. Organza material works best as it will hold its shape better outdoors.
It’s easy to place on and easy to remove when the season is done!
Source: Ideal Home
Wrap prop presents – wrap your gifts early
Nothing screams Christmas more than presents! If you’re organised enough to have completed your Christmas shopping, then why not just wrap your gifts early? Arranging them around your home makes you feel like you are closer to the big day.
If you’re not that prepared or gift cards are more your thing, then why not beautifully wrap a range of fake boxes? No one will know the difference and even better, can be re-used.
Source: Half Baked Harvest
Decorative paper stars
Paper creations are definitely the best eye-catching decoration on a budget. Cheap to buy and easy to make yourself, they look beautiful hung up in the window or above a dining room table.
You can choose colours that match your décor or go for a metallic finish that reflects the light.
Source: Not on the High Street
Custom candle arrangements
Closing the curtains and lighting your favourite candles just oozes winter and getting ready for a cosy night in.
Create your own candle arrangement for a fantastic Christmas display on a budget. Use seasonal fruits, pinecones or baubles to fit in with your colour scheme. Simplicity is key with this.
For a Christmas dining table or mantlepiece, place a festive garland down with carefully placed battery operated candles.
Decorate a ladder
Recycling an old wooden ladder is an effective way to create a rustic and unique Christmas decoration. You can choose to hang lights, baubles, cards or stockings; or why not create your own hanging advert calendar with edible treats in for each day in December?
What a fabulous display.
Source: The White Company
The trusty cushions and throws
Simply adding a range of scatter cushions and festive coloured throws to your normal décor is an easy way to sprinkle a Christmas touch to your living areas.
You’ll also be warm and toasty in the cold winter evenings.