Pinterest Fab 4: Inexpensive Holiday Decor

It’s not to late to try these DIY Christmas Decor Projects that’ll bring spirit, joy and warmth into your home. At, we are all about saving money, so let’s get festive with these inexpensive holiday decor ideas!


Holiday Door

Every year around this time, I take at least one night to drive around and look at the holiday lights and décor. Decorating the outside of your home is just as much fun as the inside!  Be the talk of the street with your very own Nutcracker themed front door. Find step by step instructions on how to create this great look here.

nut cracker door

Floating Candle Centerpiece

Go to your local dollar store, to find the supplies to this next holiday décor project. Buy a glass bowl, some floating candles, and inexpensive ornaments to create your very own floating candles centerpiece. This display will look beautiful on the dinner table or in the guest bathroom.

candle centerpiece

DIY Christmas Tree

Make modern wire Christmas trees by wrapping wire around a Styrofoam cone for shape. Check out a few more DIY Christmas tree ideas here.

wire christmas trees

DIY Holiday Picture Frame

Welcome holiday guests with extra flair this year. To make this cheerful square wreath just find an old picture frame from a Thrift Store, and spray paint it a festive color. Finish the look with colorful holiday ornaments hung with ribbon.

picture frame

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1 Comment

  1. on the wire christmas trees…what gauge wire did you use? I know it looks like the picture is self explanitory but how did you remove the foam without destroying it? A little bit of imformation plus the picture would be appreciated.

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