Thrifty Christmas Decorations

Thought I would share with you some of my Christmas Decor. I am way cheap, (surprise, surprise) so I buy most of my decorations at thrift stores or at after Christmas sales! 

The white pearl-y, garland stuff around my chandelier was purchased from Goodwill for $1! The “Jingle all the Way” sign and Christmas trees were after Christmas sales, all less than $5 each. The silver pitcher was another Goodwill find as were the vintage ornaments and swirly silver things in it.
I scored these super cute Santa boot candles for $3 each at an after Christmas sale!
All the ornaments were Goodwill purchases.
The stocking hanger was an old thrift store find my husband converted to the stocking hanger for me. It was about $5. The Noel sign came from the Target (love my Target!) $1 spot. The angel stocking came from an antiques store for $4.
I made that adorable elf ornament tree. You can read about it here. All the ornaments and elf came from Goodwill. I bought the Santa prints from an antique store and framed them. You can read about those here.The icy garland was an after Christmas sale purchase for $5. 
More Goodwill vintage ornaments. I just love filling containers with vintage ball ornaments during the season. So simple and beautiful. They just don’t make colors like they used to!
I use an old vintage ladder I bought at a thrift store to hang my Christmas cards and Advent calendar. All I did was tie twine around it and used clothespins to secure the cards! It is one of my favorite things! Here are a couple more pictures of it…
I like to prop it against my chalkboard wall for some extra pop! You can read about the chalkboard wall here!
The rustic wooden crate was a $1 yardsale find. Santa came from an antiques store for $3. The candy canes were purchased at Lowe’s after Christmas sale for $0.50 each!
See that gorgeous vintage ceramic Christmas tree??!! I LOVE those trees! My Grannie had one when I was growing up and when I put mine out each year, I think of her and smile. I scored it at Goodwill for $5. The Merry Christmas sign was another after Christmas sale. Both the standing Santa and the picture of Santa were finds from antique stores for less than $5 each. 
What are your thrifty Christmas decorations???!!!


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