I’m doing an unusual weekend post in case you’re getting into the Christmas spirit a little early, like me. A lot of these things go fast after Halloween, so I wanted to show you my cheap finds while they’re still in stock!
Here are my super affordable Christmas decoration finds this year:
Flocked Christmas Tree, $35
Yes, seriously! This 6 foot tree is only $35, but I hear they sell out quickly. I bought one as a secondary tree and love it! I put it in a big basket and wrapped a blanket around the bottom. I’m so surprised by the amazing price I almost want another one. My husband vetoed more Christmas trees. I know he didn’t mean it though, because one can never have too many Christmas trees.
I bet 75 percent of my ornaments are from the Dollar Tree. Last year I did all silver ornaments on our flocked tree and it was so pretty. I’ll probably do the same thing this year. Or maybe no ornaments at all! This post has all my favorite dollar store Christmas finds!
Seagrass basket, $9
A small Christmas tree would look great tucked in one of these collapsable seagrass baskets!
Flocked wreath, $9
I thinking about putting two of these flocked wreaths on my double front doors! They’re big — 24 inches. You could add your own details too — eucalyptus, berries, ribbon. I’m thinking of adding starfish because it’s still about 90 degrees in southern Florida!
There’s a 9-foot flocked garland for $12 too, but it’s sold out online. It says they’re still at my local store, so you could check yours.
Wooden Advent Calendar, $30
I’ve been looking for an inexpensive wooden advent calendar with doors for the kids! I looked so long last year, but refused to pay $60. I love this white wooden advent calendar! I ordered this one and it’s on the way. It’s so much prettier than the busy red and green ones.
Bottle brush trees (34 pieces), $14
These green bottle brush trees are in my cart right now! They range from about 5 inches to 2 inches. (I updated the link to a faster-shipping company.)
Knit stockings, $23 for 4
These white cable knit stockings end up being about $6 a piece! They’re 18 inches long and have great reviews. I do not need more stockings. I do not need more stockings. I might need four more stockings.
Christmas house, $10
Do you go crazy over little Christmas houses like I do? It seems like they’re a bit hard to find this year. But I found you, sweet little metal house! I use battery candles from the dollar store in lanterns and houses.
Curtain of lights, $16
I absolutely cannot wait to put up a wall of lights! I ordered these and am currently making the important decision of which lucky wall will be the winner.
Falling snow projector, $33
And while we’re on the topic of lights, if you’re feeling too lazy to put up lights on the outside of your house this year, this is for you. We live in Florida, so I thought this falling snow projector would help the mood. We have to make it feel like Christmas here, darn it!
I do own this and am still very surprised how strong it is. It really projects well and has a timer, remote and different speed options.
Fairy lights, $5
Everyone needs some fairy lights sprinkled around the house for the holidays. You can poke them at the bottom of vases, put them in a mason jar, drape them over a mirror, hang Christmas cards from them …
Birch log set, $35
This birch log set is perfect for a cozy, winter feel. I would love to put these in my future faux fireplace and put twinkle lights over them!
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