One of the thriftiest ways to fill your home with holiday cheer is to buy your decorations the day after Christmas. You can stock up on wrapping paper, Christmas lights, tree trimmings, and more with huge discounts you won't see come next December. Before you pack up your Christmas box for another year, grab some of these decorations on sale up to 70% off right now.
American Greetings wrapping paper
You know it's going to happen — you're sitting down to wrap your presents and realize you only have a small square of wrapping paper left. Don't let that happen next Christmas. Stock up on a wide variety of wrapping paper right now. You'll thank your Christmas Past self next year.
Brite Star mini string lights (100 count)
Every year, I lose a set of Christmas lights. Fuses blow, bulbs break, I literally lose them ... I'm always scrambling to replace my lights at the last minute. This year, instead of paying full price, I'll be stocking up on these clear bulbs with green wires at 50% off. There are a dozen additional color options, but only this one is half off and it's only half off today, so you'd better get on it before its too late.
Capiz Star tree topper
Is it getting to be that time to replace the old tree topper? I know they tend to have sentimental value, but sometimes, those decades-old hand-made stars and angles just finally need to be put out to pasture. If you're ready to move on, this elegant midcentury modern style tree topper might just be the replacement you've been looking for. It comes with four replacement bulbs and a couple of extra fuses, too. It's 50% off today only.
Papyrus greeting cards box set
Every year, I'm under pressure to send the perfect holiday greeting to friends and family. Cards can't be too cheap looking, but I also don't want to spend a fortune on the fancy cards. Papryus, my favorite card maker, has a huge selection of holiday greeting cards on sale up to 44% off. I can get the fancy ones at the cheap card prices.
NOMA 6.5-foot faux Christmas tree
Picking a live Christmas tree out can be stressful. Is it too small? Is it crooked? Will it fit in the living room? Some synthetic Christmas trees look so close to the real thing that you can't even tell the difference. If you want that fresh tree smell, a room freshener can simulate that. This particular model is pre-lit, so half the decorating is already done.
GE 12-foot, three-outlet extension cord
The more lights you plug in, the more plugs you need for them. It's especially difficult when you're trying to light up your holiday decorations when they're 10 feet away from the nearest plug. I always keep a couple of spare extension cords in my decorations box that are only used around the holidays. It's much easier to decide where to put the tree when I know I have the luxury of setting it up anywhere in the room and still be able to light it up.
Lenox mini nativity set
My dad spent five years hand-making a nativity scene that literally takes up an entire wall of his house. It's incredible, beautiful (ask me to show you a picture sometime), and takes up way too much space. I much prefer something simple and small, which is why I love this Lenox nativity set. There are seven figurines measuring a scant 4-inches tall, which fit perfectly on my mantel. Each figurine is trimmed in gold and painted with holly. It's on sale today only for an incredible 45% off.
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