50 Outdoor Christmas Decorations That'll Get You Feeling All Festive

The North Pole's got nothing on you.

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Erin Kunkel

You don't have to have the most lights on the block, but you do need some eye-catching decor. Decorate the porch, mailbox, or front door with these festive ideas. Where's Santa stopping first? Oh, that'd be YOUR house.

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Pernille Loof
Go Simple, But Chic

Obvious, but needs to be said—a pair of simple wreath looks insanely chic.

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Decorate Your Outdoor Fireplace

Your outdoor fireplace deserves the same treatment as indoor. Deck it out with a garland, then place a bowl of red fruits near it for a color pop.

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Put A Wreath On Your Car

Are you going to be that person who decorates your car? Oh, totally.

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Annie Schlechter
Double The Wreaths

Why have one when you could have two? This pair of magnolia wreaths is simple, but stunning.

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The Holiday Aisle
Make Your Gifts Glow

Garland and wreaths strung with lights are standard, but colorful green presents are a bit more unexpected. This set adds color to a classic white bench.

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Winter Wonderland

If you have columns on the front of your house, warm them up with a garland that'll turn this space into a winter wonderland for the season.

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Make It Larger Than Life

You won't need a lot of additional decor when you put this five-foot-tall statue front and center on your doorstep.

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Etsy via RusticDesignWorks
Add A Door Pallet

If you don't want to spend an entire day decorating the front of your house, invest in a festive sign you can plank next to your door in mere seconds.

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Infarrantly Creative
DIY A Star

You'd never believe this star was made using yardsticks.

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Get Lit

Don't worry about tangled extension cords (or the electricity bill) by unraveling a strand of sun-powered lights instead. After charging all day, they'll automatically light up at night.

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Decorate Your Railings

Decorating for Christmas is literally as easy as wrapping ribbon around your railings. It's so simple, but the result is gorg.

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Grinch It Up

If you've got a green door, it's just begging for you to do this DIY. Everyones heart will grow three sizes when they see it.

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Make A Tall Topiary

The higher the topiary, the closer to Santa. We're obsessed with this whimsical red display.

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Decorate Your Windows

Gangs all here! You can print out these templates and DIY window decorations yourself.

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Make A Mini Camper

Have you ever seen anything so cute? This DIY mini camper is full of fun, and festive, spirit.

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Put Up A Christmas Tree

Why wouldn't you put a full-sized Christmas tree on your porch? Double the trees, double the presents.

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Frame Art

So maybe you don't go crazy with a gallery wall, but you can totally frame festive prints and hang them in your outdoor entryway. Pump up the Christmas spirit before anyone even walks inside.

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Hang A Wreath On Your Lantern

Yeah, you could (and probably will) put a wreath on your door, but look how chic they look hanging from lanterns, too.

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Add A Wagon

Use a vintage wagon to hold mini trees. It adds a farmhouse vibe to your holiday display.

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Make A Snowman

It won't cost you anything, and it's actually fun to make. The only downside? We can't guarantee Frosty will last until Christmas day.

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Fill Lanterns With Lights

Fill lanterns with strands of Christmas lights—it'll look more festive than a single light. Bonus points if you want yours red.

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Bust Out Your Boots

Did you ever think your rain boots could double as holiday decor? Here you go.

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Wrap It Up

Presents? Under the tree? Overrated. This year, let your porch get in on the action.

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Lollipop It Up

These giant lollipops are made out of paper plates. Too cute.

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DIY Giant Ornaments

These ornaments are so fun, you'll want to hang them on your tree, too.

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Cozy It Up With Pillows

Festive pillows = all the cozy feels. Add a plaid throw and we're done for.

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DIY A Christmas Tree Farm Truck

Save the inflatable yard decorations this year. Not only is this insanely creative, but it'll made your yard look seriously show-stopping.

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Tie A Bow

Put all that extra wrapping paper to good use. Gift wrapping your door takes 5 minutes, but the results are stunning.

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Make A Present Topiary

Swap out your greenery for presents during the holidays. This topiary looks straight out of Whoville, and we're obsessed.

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Up The Cozy Vibes

Double down on door decorations for twice the fun, and round out the entrance with stacked birch logs and a cozy plaid blanket.

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