Decorating the home is a great way to get into the holiday spirit. Now that my kids are getting older, decorating is becoming more important to me. These are the memories that my children will remember!
Getting started with holiday decorating can be a costly task. But it doesn’t have to be!
There are a lot of great ways to decorate your home for the holidays on a budget.
#1 Poinsettia Paper Christmas Wreath
Check out this poinsettia inspired dahlia paper christmas wreath! You can make this under $10 with construction paper, it will give your home such a festive feel.
#2 – Mesh Snowman Wreath from Southern Charm Wreaths
#3 – Christmas Card Holder from Home Made Interest
#4 – Naughty or Nice Tags – Door Decoration from Home Made Interest
Here are a few other ways that you can decorate for Christmas without spending a lot of money:
- Hang a collection of glitter balls with ribbon and tulle from your curtain rod to give your room a little extra color. If you find a few Jo-Ann Fabrics coupons before shopping, this project could be done really cheap! Also, a lot of times if you go on Black Friday or the day after, these kinds of decorations can be picked up for next to nothing.
- Glass jars and candles are so easy to find, cheaply! Fill them with corn, acorns, and candles, to make the perfect mantel accessory or table centerpiece. Last year, I purchased a few of these jars for less than $5 a piece, filled them with different color ornaments and tied a ribbon on for the perfect Christmas look.
- We are creating memories for our children, so why not decorate our homes during the holidays with crafts made by our children? A wall canvas, paints, and the love from your little one’s hands, can create a sentimental holiday decoration that you will cherish for years.
These are just a few simple ideas of how you can spruce up your home during the holidays, the ones posted were all inspired by Pinterest.
If you could like to check out more of these ideas and the crafts that were mentioned in this please, visit us on Pinterest and check our our holiday decorating boards.