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Front Porch Christmas Decorations

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I finally finished my front porch and I am super excited to share with you what I have come with. So join me as I go through all of my Front Porch Christmas Decorations!

This year I have been going for simple decor all throughout my home. That’s why I am going to share with you a couple of tips on how you can achieve a gorgeous look with little to no effort!

A full view of my front porch Christmas decorations.

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Front Porch Christmas Decorations

The first thing I did was add my wreath to my front door. I bought this big beauty a couple of years ago on sale at Michaels and I just love how big and full it is.

This year, I picked up some white pine garland at my local grocery store. It’s 20 feet long and cost me $10! I hung it around my door and I think the results are stunning!

And next to my door I have this huge pot that I put a fern in during the spring/summer. Now it holds this large grapevine ball to which I added Christmas lights to.

The front door with a wreath and pine garland around the door.

I have had this indoor/outdoor rug for a couple of years now from Target. On it I added this “It’s time to get Merry” doormat, also from target!

The front door mats with a red car and Christmas tree with the saying "time to get Merry!".

Front Porch Christmas Planter

In the pots that flank the steps, I nabbed a couple of planters from that same grocery store. They were gorgeous and all I did was dig the dirt out of the pots, remove the new pine branches from the pots, and stuck it down in the pots. They are rooted in foam blocks so it was easy to move from one to the other.

Usually I buy branches from the nursery and arrange them but they were hard for me to find this year. This method was honestly easier and it cost me about the same!

Front porch Christmas pots decorated with pine branches, pine cones and white balls.
Front porch christmas pots decorated with pine branches, pinecones and white balls.

Once Christmas is over all I need to do is pull out the White tree in the pine and probably the white balls and this will be a great winter planter to have outside for the winter months.

Christmas added to the Front Porch

The last area of my porch has my bench and the Wooden American Flag that I built. That flag stays up year-round in honor of my husband who served in the Marine Corps.

The front porch bench with a long lumbar pillow and a sled with a bow.

On the bench (similar), I found this adorable pillow (similar) at a local store called Bakers. I have been trying to shop small this year as much as I can and have really hit the jackpot at some of the local shops! The things they have are so much more unique than you find at Hobby Lobby, Michaels, and Joann’s.

The front porch bench with a long lumbar pillow that says All hearts come home for Christmas.

To the left of the bench is an antique sled. I have been looking for one for a while and thanks to my Aunt Kerri I have this one! She went flea market shopping and there were a ton, so she texted me a bunch of pictures and nabbed this sled for me for $30!

On the sled I added some bells and a green bow. Easy peasy decorating is the goal this year for sure!

An antique sled with sleigh bells and a green bow.

On the lantern I added a sprig of greenery and this bow that I made a couple years ago. I just love the ribbon! It’s starting to look worse for the wear which means I need to get out early next year and nab some more like this.

A lantern with a big bow and a sprig of greenery.

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So there are my Front Porch Christmas Decorations! I hope you like what I created here this year. What are you doing on your front porch? I would love to hear all about it in the comments!

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