Budget Best: Christmas Decor

It is almost time to deck the halls! We always decorate for Christmas the weekend after Thanksgiving, which has been a tradition in my family since I was little. As soon as Thanksgiving was over, my mom and I would break out the Christmas decorations (and my dad was forced against his will to hang Christmas lights).


Last year, all of my Christmas decorations were packed away in complete disarray. I didn’t know where anything was, and I just didn’t have the energy to go through it all at the time, so I bought a few new things and went with it.


There are SO many cute Christmas decorations, and you don’t have to spend a lot! Some of my favorite places are Target (of course!), Michael’s, Hobby Lobby, and Anthropologie. The Anthropoligie stuff is a little more expensive but I love how whimsical it all is.


Holiday Decor on a Budget

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I love this set of vintage inspired ornaments. They would mix in well with just about any ornaments.


Boxwood wreaths are so festive for the holidays! They look adorable everywhere. I hung a small one from my barcart last year and it looked really cute.


This hanging moss JOY sign would look great on a door or in a window.


I love plaid for the holidays, and this red and white stocking is so cute from the new Magnolia Hearth & Hand line. There are several different stockings but this one is my favorite.


This plaid tree skirt is also from the Hearth & Hand collection. It is super cute and festive!


Of course you have to have some holiday scents going on! This one is balsamic and white oak. (This vanilla birch one sounds pretty yummy too).


I got a similar set of glasses a few years ago, and they look so cute on my bar cart. I’ll be talking more about decorating my bar cart in the December newsletter going out next week. Sign up for emails at the bottom of the post to get it.


Festive placemats are a great way to make your table feel more like the holidays. I love these with the colorful trees.



Monday I’ll be posting my big gift guide, so get ready! I decided to do 1 giant gift guide post this year so everything would be in one place. Also, I’ll be posting favorite sale items this weekend on my Facebook and Twitter.


Want more holiday content? Check out my festive fashion post. And I just created a new Holiday Pinterest Board where I’ll share some holiday recipes, fashion, home decor and gifts.


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