5 Inexpensive Ways to Decorate Your Home for the Holidays

Apparently October didn't love us enough to stick around for too long, because we've quickly ended up in the lovely month of November. For the love of God, please spare us the Christmas music, movies, and holiday shopping commercials until we near December.

The holidays are around the corner though, guys (no denial over here). So, let's get our homes in gear for this joyous time of the year. Decorating for the holidays does not have to be expensive at all. But, with a little style and guidance, you can make your home merry and bright for little or no cost. 

Wine glass based candles

Let It Snow With Dollar-Store Holiday Dioramas:

 

It's even ten times better when the candles are scented. Think pumpkin spice, apple cider, cinnamon, etc. Under the wine glass, you can place mini pumpkins or ornaments underneath!

Pumpkins

Fall Decoration & Fall Decor Ideas - STUDDED PUMPKIN - For pumpkins that are one part edgy, one part chic, embellish with metallic studs and black-and-gold acrylic paints. Use an artificial pumpkin to avoid a messy pile of goop, and painter's tape for a cool, color block design. Get the how-to at Redbookmag.com.:

Pumpkins are a great centerpiece for Thanksgiving (it's still fall you guys, we don't lose hope after October). Try spray painting them with a  metallics or paint your own unique design. 

 A vase full of colorful leaves (still on the branches)

leaves, autumn, and decor image

Just head outside cut off a few smaller branches from a bright colorful tree.

Glitter Champagne // Wine Bottles

Obsessed with these glittery gold champagne bottles! | Credit: Christine Bentley Photography:

All you really need is spray glue + some glitter. This works for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years!

Pillows

#DIY Sparkly Holiday Throw Pillows #please!:

(Photo: stylemepretty.com)

Pillows guys, freakin' pillows. Such a small detail but, can make a big impact on your space for the holidays. Plus, you can take a nice snooze or two on those things. Find out how to make these yourself here!

 

 

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