Christmas Front Door Less Than $50

Hey y’all, thank you so much for hopping over. I really appreciate everyone who reads these posts, it makes me smile just knowing even one person reads my blog.

Let’s chat a minute about my front door Christmas decor. With buying Christmas gifts for family and friends the last thing you want is your Christmas decor to break the bank.

With changing decor from Fall to Christmas, I make sure to use pieces that can change through the seasons. So, below is a picture of what my Fall front porch looked like.

Before the Fall season, I wanted to make sure that I used something that would transition into Christmas. So, I made this coffee garland that goes around the frame of the door. It was neutral, which was key. You can read the tutorial a few posts back to make coffee filter garland for your self.

For a sure Christmas statement I changed out the ribbon and used that as the focal point of the door. I didn’t necessarily have a plan for the rest, so I shopped around my house to add a little more curb appeal.

(Excuse the wet stain on the rug, it was raining all weekend)

So, I ran across these lamp shades that I’ve been holding onto for a while. I found them at a yard sale for a few bucks, a couple years ago and I knew they would come in handy some day. I used four faux poinsettias from Michaels to stuff in the lamp shades to appear as if they were planters. Could you tell those were lamp shades?

The wreath on the door was a Goodwill find and really pulled everything together. Y’all the best time to shop for Christmas decor at Goodwill is during the summer. Keep that idea in your back pocket.

If you are struggling with inspiration while decorating for Christmas, shop around your house and keep an open mind on something you could repurpose. And, whatever your unique style, I would love for you to share it with me.

Happy decorating y’all and Merry Christmas!!!!!

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