Christmas is an exciting time, but it can also bring a financial strain to many of us. There are gifts to buy and food to ‘fork out’ on. The list of these expenses alone can seem never ending, and that’s without the added pressure to turn your home into a winter wonderland. Christmas décor can be costly, but this doesn’t always mean it has to be. With just a few tips, you can prepare your home for Christmas using what you’ve already got. So, we searched for some of our favourite Christmas décor ideas you can recreate without breaking the bank, which will make your home stand out with a special homemade touch. See some of these great ideas below:

Ribbon Wrapped Pillows

A very basic Christmas DIY, that with just the touch of some red ribbon can instantaneously bring a festive touch to your living room.

(Source: BHG)[1]

 

String Snowmen Light Decorations

An idea that has recently surfaced on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook page, saw Jennifer Holdsworth-O’Leary show off her creation of string snowmen light decorations, using just balloons, string, PVA glue and fairy lights.

(Source: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group/Facebook)[2]

Floral Tree Wrap

Not a particularly traditional Christmas decoration, but beautiful, nonetheless and a definite head turner for all of your Christmas guests. Take a look at this floral tree wrap, which Floraqueen explains how you can simply recreate using florists wire and artificial silk flowers.

(Source: https://www.floraqueen.com)[3]

 

We hope you took away some inspiration from just some of our favourite ideas we have seen so far. We would love to know any more ideas you’ve seen or had.

 

 

[1] https://www.bhg.com/christmas/indoor-decorating/christmas-decorating-using-what-you-have/?slide=slide_78d52bab-ca03-48cc-a4c5-c2e9dcb59be4#slide_78d52bab-ca03-48cc-a4c5-c2e9dcb59be4

[2] https://metro.co.uk/2019/12/08/mum-makes-amazing-snowman-christmas-decoration-using-string-glue-balloons-12-11411629/

[3] https://www.floraqueen.com/blog/decorate-christmas-tree-flowers

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