5 Fun Outdoor Christmas Decoration Ideas

Kevin Brown

5 Fun Outdoor Christmas Decoration Ideas

Celebrating the holidays without twinkle lights is like celebrating Halloween without candy. If you haven’t started decorating your outdoors for the holiday season, it’s time to get started. Lights, wreaths, red bows …. there are tons of ways to adorn the house with Christmas cheer.

Let’s look at how others dressed their home and lawns with festive decorations!

1. A life-size gingerbread house.

5 Fun Outdoor Christmas Decoration Ideas

Outline your house with big, multi-colored lights. Hang up giant lollipops. Everyone in town will love the playfulness and the kids will enjoy it too.

For an extra touch, line the driveway with lollipops and gumdrops. Add glitter and giant peppermints to the mailbox.

2. Giant-Size Ornaments.

5 Fun Outdoor Christmas Decoration Ideas

I rarely see these on doorsteps, but I frequently see them in department stores. This is a great way to dress the front porch elegantly. Use giant ornaments to decorate the welcome area.

They will be the first decor your guests see, and it’s simple and classy.

3. Sleigh Bells Ring.

5 Fun Outdoor Christmas Decoration Ideas

Grab a vintage sleigh, add some greenery, bells to spruce it up and sit it next to the front door. It’s simple, sweet, and playful. If you get a nice Christmas snow, you’ll be ready to take a ride down the driveway.

Top off the sleigh with a bright red bow or sparkly, glittering ribbon.

5 Fun Outdoor Christmas Decoration Ideas

To create this decor, all you need are your old ice skates. Hang them in the hallway, on a door, or over a gate for Christmas cheer. Add mistletoe, poinsettias, or ribbon for extra flair.

If desired, paint the skates for a refined look or keep them vintage for rustic charm.

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5 Fun Outdoor Christmas Decoration Ideas

Cut out paper snowflakes or buy sparkly ones at the store. Spread twinkle lights around the front porch and outline the door. It’s light, eclectic, and fun! Add baskets filled with snowflakes and glitter to the sides of the door.

And maybe even some white, miniature Christmas trees to the windowsills.

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