Oh, Christmas. All these gifts, smiles, miracle expectations – and, of course, pretty decorations that turn your home into something magical. Just imagine those garlands, toys, Christmas balls, candles, wreaths-so many beautiful things. Oh Yes, and so much money…However, still do not be afraid of going under on the decking of your halls and rooms – with some perseverance, wit, and love of needlework there is always a way. Try these Christmas decor ideas-you can easily find everything you need at any dollar store around.
Christmas Decor Idea 1. Snow Village Globe Jars
The best thing about these large charming decorative glass jars (apart from the price of a dollar, of course) is your ability to change their contents every year. Well, or a couple of times during the holidays if you have a lot of ideas about the decor.
Taken from Kelly Elko
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Dollar Store Idea 2. White&Fluffy Christmas Wreath
This fluffy white dollar store duster is so cute, isn’t it? It would be a real crime not to turn it into something pretty and Christmas-like. What would you say to a delightful wreath, for example?
Taken from Fynes Designs
Idea 3. Snowman Candle For Just A Dollar
A surprisingly stylish candle is created literally from nothing-that is a dollar candle in glass, a black marker and a small piece of cloth for the scarf. This snowman is done in just 15 minutes and looks like an elite decoration.
Taken from Fox Hollow Cottage
Idea 4. DIY Paper House Ornament
These snow-white paper-made houses turn your Christmas tree into something luxurious from kids’ fairy tales. The supplies for them cost almost nothing, but the result is really fascinating.
Taken from Lia Griffith
Idea 5. Santa Belt Jars
And this is one of the most fashionable and chic decorations that is quite inexpensive. The only problem is to find the mint red and white M&M’s – they are in great demand these days!
Taken from Little House of Four
Idea 6. Jingle Bell Napkin Holders
Dollar store napkin rings look pretty cheap, but it is very easy to change everything for the better. Cut off the cheap fabric, replace it with cute jingle bells – and your Christmas table serving will be beyond any praise!
Taken from This and That Creative
Idea 7. Glittering Garland Wreath
A little of shiny purple tinsel and a plastic ring are turned into a stylish wreath for a cozy Christmas room in 20-30 minutes. By the way, the purple is optional – silver, pink and gold would be also great.
Taken from Miss Kris
Idea 8. Lace Snow Christmas Trees
Looking at these airy-fairy trees it is really hard to believe that they are made of nothing but dollar store napkins, beads, and skewers. Oh, yeah, the glue gun. The glue gun is the most important thing!
Taken from Oui Oui Oui Studio
Idea 9. Hanger Christmas Ornament Wreath
A cheap wire hanger is something that is very far from Christmas. But if you only saw the elegant and luxurious wreath that can be made from it! Although, why should you just look? We have got both photos and step by step instructions for you!
Taken from Delightfully Noted
Idea 10. DIY Fishbowl Snowman
This funny snowman adds Christmas spirits to any kid’s room or classroom. Everything you need for its creation may be found in a dollar store-why pay for the fun when you can get it almost for nothing?
Taken from Yesterday on Tuesday
Idea 11. A Magic Snowflake Wreath
This modest and simple wreath still looks like the epitome of winter chic. You do not need any expensive materials or complex instructions to create this magical vortex of snowflakes – everything becomes clear when you have a look at one picture only.
Taken from Pinterest
Idea 12. New-Look Dollar Store Nutcrackers
If the dollar store nutcrackers seem too sad or … ordinary to you, give them an amazing transformation. The idea seems rather crazy and feminist at first, but the result will appeal to those who want to give some glamorous shade to their Christmas decorations.
Taken from Bower Power
We will be glad if our ideas are useful to you, but we offer not to limit your own imagination as well. Visit dollar stores more often than expensive shops and you will understand that it is possible to create magnificent and expensive-looking decor without spending all your money!