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10 Fun Christmas Decorations For Your Garden Or Yard

Here’s how you can add a little more outdoor festivity!

Mark Andrew





One of the activities I look forward to during the holiday season is putting the decorations up. It’s always fun and it just brings the Christmas spirit.

When decorating your home, you definitely shouldn’t limit yourself to doing it indoors. You also want to beautify your garden since, you know, it’s the first thing that greets your friends and visitors during the holidays.

If you’re not exactly sure how to get started with that, the good news here is that we’ve got you covered. In fact, we’ve got 10 simple suggestions for you below. Go scroll down and click the links below the photos if you want to learn how to do these DIY decors or, in some cases, where you can purchase them.

1. Cute tree decorations.

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Add a little festivity to the trees outdoor.

2. DIY birdseed ornament.

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Here’s a fun activity you can do with your kids.

3. Snowman tree hugger.

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It looks absolutely adorable!

4. Star Christmas lights.

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Your backyard trees will look more attractive.

5. Christmas balls.

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Hanging those red sparkling balls outdoors can definitely be a great idea.

6. Plastic straw tree ornaments.

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All you’ll need are some plastic straws, elastic threads, and red spray paint.

7. Red and white fabric.

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They look gorgeous, don’t they? Plus they’re inexpensive and that’s what makes them great.

8. Christmas light ornaments.

You’d probably be surprised to know that these ornaments are made from Christmas lights and chicken wire.

9. Wood pallet Christmas tree.

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Add a little twist to the classic Christmas tree and lights.

10. Raining lights.

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Speaking of classic, here’s one you should absolutely try.

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15 DIY Alternatives To Traditional Gift Wrapping Paper This Christmas

You’ll never have to buy those fancy wrappers again!

Mark Andrew



Christmas isn’t only the most wonderful time of the year – it’s also one of the most expensive. Just think of all the parties you have to attend, all the food you have to prepare, and, yes, all the gifts you have to gift.

Especially if you have a long list, we really couldn’t blame you if you feel tempted to think that you must be some sort of a real-life Santa Claus at some point.

Well fortunately, there are ways to minimize the stress and save on expenses during the holiday season. We’ve shared some Christmas hacks recently and you might want to check that out.

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25 Genius Ways to Hack the Holidays

Make Christmas even merrier with these holiday hacks.

Kat Lozada



The Christmas season has definitely arrived. That means more stuff to do in the form of holiday shopping and merry-making at the same time. To help make things a little bit easier for everyone, while still enjoying the Christmas spirit, here are 25 awesome ways to hack through the holidays:

25. Make a Christmas playlist

25. Make a Christmas playlist

We’re talking about an honest to goodness playlist that includes Jingle Bells, Deck the Halls and Frosty the Snowman. Besides, what’s the holidays without happy Christmas music, right?

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10 Awesome Houseplants That Can Survive With Little Or No Water

Too busy or just too forgetful to water your plants everyday? Here are 10 recommendations for you!

Mark Andrew



I guess everyone would agree with me when I say plants add beauty to our surroundings. There’s something about them that relaxes the eyes and mind whenever we see them. So yes, plants are highly recommended for all of us who just wants to feel a little closer to nature.

It is, however, a fact that most plants require some level of work to maintain. Now this is where things can get a little difficult, especially for busy individuals who may, at times, fail to water their plants everyday which may eventually lead to wilting.

Well fortunately, there are many domestic plants out there that can survive with little or no water at all.

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