Home Exterior Christmas Decor for Under $150 + A Giveaway!!

This post is sponsored by Old Time Pottery but as always, all thoughts and opinions are our own. 

I know we all say this every year but how is it already Thanksgiving and how are we only 33 days from Christmas?!?! While I am always happy for the holiday season to arrive, we like to wait to decorate for Christmas until after Thanksgiving. We did get the outside of our house decorated a day early, and that's what we're here to show you today. You guys we got all of this from Old Time Pottery for under $150- 6 wreaths, the red ribbon, 2 Christmas trees, and 14 strands of lights for less than $150. We don't have a super huge house but it's large enough that you could spend a small fortune trying to make it look festive, but we didn't have to thanks to Old Time Pottery!

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One of the ways we saved money on our outdoor Christmas decor was by making our own bows for our wreaths. You can buy lots of pre-made bows at Old Time Pottery but if you are on a tight budget and you have a little patience, you can make your own bows like we did!

We have been wanting wreaths on our windows for Christmas since we moved in. It's such a classic Christmas look and we are thrilled with the end result. Another way to save money is to wrap lights around your wreaths instead of buying pre-lit wreaths. Again, Old Time Pottery has beautiful pre-lit wreath options. We just wanted to show you how you can get the biggest bang for your buck. 

Below we have a video for you so you can make your own bows which are great to put all over your house for Christmas. They are great on wreaths or garland or on your Christmas tree. So many options!

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