Let me show you how to easily decorate for Christmas with these 26 cute and festive Amazon Christmas decor finds. Too good too miss!
Christmas decor is my love language! It brings me so much joy and warms my heart! I like collecting Christmas decor from all sorts of places and stores including the wonderful Amazon of course! It’s fun adding to my Christmas decor collection every year, especially now that I have a basement to store it in! Check out some of my favorite Amazon finds from over the years! They are inexpensive and will be sure to add even more Christmas cheer to your home this year!
If Christmas decor overwhelms you, remember to just add to your collection a little at a time. Start with your tree and maybe stop there or decorate your fireplace. Then you can move on to your entry next year. Christmas decor is all about joy and shouldn’t be stressful! If you need some help decorating for Christmas, be sure to check out my How to Decorate for Christmas post here!
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26 Amazon Christmas Decor Finds
Stockings are a Christmas decor staple and such a fun way to represent your family. I can’t believe we will be adding a new stocking to our fireplace next year! These cable knit stockings are so cute and I love that they come in a multipack. Great deal! Once we know what we are having and pick a name for our baby, I plan to get personalized tags made for each of our stockings.
These metal banners are the perfect way to share a Christmas message! They will add some fun texture while hanging on your mantle or maybe a mirror. I like that they are not the traditional red and green so you can mix it up a bit. They are simple but cute! Also, if storage space is an issue for you, these banners will store a lot easier than the traditional spruce garland.
Christmas Throw Blankets
Nothing says “cozy Christmas” like a few throw blankets! I love draping throw blankets over chairs, my blanket ladder and various baskets around our house. Blankets make a home more inviting and homey, do you think? They look great paired with an accent pillow too! I have a few plaid Christmas throws, but I also use my solid white and red throws too. Amazon has some great throw blankets to choose from!. Good prices too!
You know your girl loves pillows! Pillow covers were my secret weapon when we lived in our first home. It was tiny, had very little storage and pillow covers were way easier to store than actual pillows. To avoid storing a ton of accent pillows, purchase a few pillow covers instead. Throw them over your current pillows or buy a few pillow inserts and you are good to go! I have discovered pillow covers to be a lot cheaper than pillows too. I like to buy multipacks like these from Amazon.
Want to make your own Christmas pillow covers? Did you know you can paint pillows? Check out my DIY painted pillow covers here!
Filler Christmas Trees
There are very few times I will pass up a cute little filler tree. I have trees in all shapes, sizes and textures that I sprinkle throughout our home and I just can’t get enough. Small filler trees like the ones above will help add dimension to your Christmas displays. If you need some warmth, you can add a traditional mini spruce. If you need some texture, you can try a wooden tree. Filler trees are fun and easy to add to your Christmas decor.
Garland, garland, garland and more garland!! I’m pretty sure I unintentionally add a new garland to my Christmast collection every year! I use the bigger and fuller garlands above our kitchen cabinets and around our fireplace. The smaller garlands like my felt balls usually get added to my other displays like our entry table or dresser. We use 3 or 4 strands of the red wooden bead garland in our tree every year and it’s the perfect filler.
Ceramic Christmas Tree
My Mom gifted me my Great Grandma’s ceramic Christmas tree last year and the nostalgia warms my heart! I love that the ceramic Christmas trees are having a comeback! If your Christmas decor is classic and cozy like mine, then you may consider adding one of these to your list this year!
Filler Christmas Ornaments
Ornaments are not just for the tree! I use the classic ball ornaments as a filler for my dough bowl and a few Christmas baskets too. However, I would recommend buying the shatterproof ones like I have above. I bought a bunch of the glass ones and that was a big mistake. My nephews may or may not have broken a few. They thought they were candy and my dough bowl came crashing down lol. Good thing they are cute!
Christmas Table Runner
Personally, I don’t have a formal dining room, so I don’t do a full-fledged table scape for Christmas. We use our table too much for that. Instead, I stick with a centerpiece and table runner. It’s festive and still functional for everyday use! Amazon has some really fun Christmas table runners this year. I am going with a red cheesecloth I think.
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