15 Awesome Front Porch Christmas Decor Ideas

15 Awesome Front Porch Christmas Decor Ideas

Looking for ways to decorate your front porch for the holidays without breaking the bank? This year, don’t spend a penny on store-bought Christmas decorations. Instead, make your own decorations that will make your house stand out! There are so many different holiday decor ideas to try that are guaranteed to make your home look gorgeous and enchanting. Either done by yourself or with family, we are providing you with creative ideas of Christmas porch decorations to help you get inspired.

1. Santa Tulle Wreath

Santa Tulle Wreath

Instead of going for a normal wreath (which is totally fine), make a fun and unique one. (Tutorial via Baby Rabies)

2. DIY Rustic Driftwood Tree

Rustic Driftwood Evergreen Tree

A great alternative to the traditional tree that will make your porch stand out even more. (Tutorial via Sustain My Craft Habit)

3. DIY Joy Pallet Sign

Joy Pallet Sign

This 10 minute DIY Joy Pallet Sign is sure to be a show stopper on your front porch this Christmas season! (Tutorial via Re-Fabbed)

4. Pallet Snowflakes

Pallet Snowflakes

Turn a pile of pallets into re-purposed pallet snowflakes. (Tutorial via Designed Decor)

5. Tomato Cage Deco Mesh Snowman

Tomato Cage Deco Mesh Snowman

Create this fantastic snowman with deco mesh and tomato cages for your front porch. (Tutorial via Parsnippidy Moments)

6. Lighted Christmas Presents

Lighted Christmas Presents

These lighted Christmas presents made with frames of wood and wrapped in colourful fabrics and ribbons are a really cute and easy way to brighten up your front porch. (Tutorial via DIY Vintage Chic)

7. Terra Cotta Snowman

Terra Cotta Snowman

Using terra cotta planters, you can construct an ideal winter doorman for your porch or patio. (Tutorial via The Home Depot)

8. DIY Oversized Ornaments

oversized ornaments

Create these amazing oversized ornaments using light globes, tuna cans, and eye hooks. (Tutorial via Home Stories A to Z)

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