Decking the halls shouldn't cost a fortune.

By Lauren DeBellis
Updated December 13, 2017
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Decking the halls can be an expensive, harsh reality to face when you’re on a tight budget. The good news is there are plenty of resources for finding holiday decor that’s pleasing to the eye and easy on the wallet. Here, we show you how to bring holiday cheer to your home for less than $75.


Monogram Knit Stocking

Think it's too late to order personalized stockings for your family? Guess again. These monogrammed knit stockings are available via Amazon Prime, so order them now and you can hang them up in less than 48 hours.

To buy: $13;


Pre-Lit 2-Foot Christmas Tree

Christmas just isn’t the same without a tree, but there’s no need to spend a lot. This two-foot, pre-lit holiday must-have is the prefect way to show your holiday spirit. This mini tree would also add a festive kick to your kitchen counter or a sideboard in the dining room.

To buy: $25;


Mini Ball Plastic Christmas Ornament Set

These ornaments are sized—and priced—just right to add lots of holiday punch without a ton of expense. Use them on the tree or in unexpected places such as tied around a folded napkin or clustered in a mason jar for easy pops of color.

To buy: $3;


Mistletoe Table Runner

A small addition that makes a big statement, a festive table runner is just enough to dress up a dining table, sideboard, or console.

To buy: $16;


Gather Ball Garland

This modern take on garland can be hung anywhere you need a little whimsy. Use this beyond the tree, such as hung above a doorway or on a headboard in the bedroom.

To buy: $10;


Red Mini Tree Skirt With Sequin Trim

A tree skirt—especially one with a little shimmer—is an inexpensive way to add polish to your tree. It can also help bring a room’s overall look together.

To buy: $8;