Christmas Lawn Decorations Ideas

Christmas decoration isn’t just about decking your halls, bedrooms or dining room. You need to set the festive spirit right from the road to your doorstep. Yes, we’re talking about lawns here. Christmas lawn decorations isn’t just about inflatable characters and yard signs. There are a plethora of ways to decorate your lawn without shoving Christmas spirit down your neighbor’s throat. So turn your lawn into a gorgeous display this Christmas season by taking inspiration from our ideas below. You can add just one of these display or more than one to create a lovely set up.

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  1. Grinch Cut Out:

Christmas Lawn Decorations

Children might be a bit intimidated seeing this Grinch cut out in the lawn, but once they passed their fears, they will surely like it.

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  1. Merry Christmas Inflatable Sign:

Since inflatable Christmas decorations are on trend right now, we had to include a perfect one for your yard as well. This inflatable Christmas sign inflates and deflates in seconds. And it even lights up to fill your lawn with a glow.

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  1. Peanuts In The Snowball:

Have you ever seen the cast of Peanuts embossed in a snowball? It’s a first for us as well. Children are sure to get excited seeing their favorite gang in the lawn.

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  1. Place A Sled In The Lawn:

This tried and tested idea never seems to get old. Just put a large sized sled in the lawn filled with gifts at night. Children will be surprised to see a sled filled with gifts. They might even think that Santa has come to their house.

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  1. Mickey And Minnie In The Lawn:

Mickey and Minnie have come all the way from their Club House to wish you and your child a Merry Christmas. We think it’s a perfect addition if you’re planning a Disney-themed Christmas.

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  1. Place A Mailbox:

Most of the houses have a mailbox. So why not give them a seasonal makeover by using some burlap bow, pinecones, and branches?

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  1. Snowman Topiary:

Snowman topiaries can never go out of style, no matter what. So spread some Christmas cheer in the house by placing a snowman topiary in the garden.

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  1. Decorate With Lights:

Here’s a classic decoration that will probably never go out of style. It creates a bright and welcoming path to the front door. You can even select multicolored lights to create a colorful display.

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  1. Tall Ornament Topiary:

These tall topiary ornaments can also be used to enhance the beauty of your lawn. It will make an excellent alternative to animal topiary and snowmen.

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  1. Reindeer Topiary:

One of the most exciting lawn Christmas decoration is placing a well-lit animated topiary, like the cute, little reindeer here. And you get a plethora of different topiaries to choose from, both online and offline, so we’re sure you’ll find something that fits that decorating style.

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  1. Outdoor Christmas Nativity:

Outdoor Christmas Nativity is also an excellent idea to dress up your lawn. You can even organize an outdoor nativity play with all the children. They’ll surely have a gala time.

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  1. Make Use Of The Container:

If you’re organizing a rustic Christmas, you can set the theme by placing a container planter. You just need to stuff a container with greens, pinecones, bamboos and branches. It will look amazing.

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  1. Place A Planter:

This is the easiest way to dress up your lawn. Either place a new planter or decorate the existing one with ornaments and baubles.

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  1. Light Up The Christmas Tree:

Christmas trees give an attractive opportunity to brighten up the lawn. Almost every tree can be wrapped up with lights, whether it’s a bare tree, empty branches or a full evergreen tree. You just need to ensure that the trees are covered from trunks to the limbs.

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  1. Christmas Candle:

Here’s a decorative and artificial candle featured green, red and white candy cane like stripes. It’s further accentuated with iridescent glitter. We think it will make an excellent alternative to regular Christmas outdoor lightings.

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  1. Place An Oversized Candy Cane:

If you want to make your mailman jealous of your décor, then decorate it in this way. You just need to wrap large candy canes with burlap. It’s sure to last throughout the season. And don’t forget to add the giant lollipops.

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  1. Shooting Star Lights:

 

Add twinkles to your lawn by arranging these lights. Believe me; it will get all the passerby and onlookers by surprise.

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  1. Dress Up With Lights:

This is one helluva magical display. And if you’re going for a similar look, go easy on the rest of the decoration. Just place a few life-sized figurines of reindeer, and you’re set.

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  1. Hang A Wreath On The Main Door:

This isn’t technically a lawn decoration, but it is a very important segment. Hang a wreath, decked with tiny lights to spread a magical sparkle in your garden.

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  1. Oversized Ornaments:

Create a spectacular look by scattering oversized ornaments in the lawn. These ornaments are readily available in the supermarkets or you can create a few at home also using your creativity and craft skills.

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  1. An Oversized Nutcracker:

This holiday scene has a mix of greenery and an oversized nutcracker figure. A few wooden planters are also going well with the décor.

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  1. Arrow Post Sign:

Station this arrow post sign in your lawn to give it a look of the north pole, the residence of Santa Claus.

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  1. Create A Winter Wonderland Look:

If you’re blessed with white Christmas, create a winter wonderland look by placing artificial bark trees decked with lights and some animal figurines or topiaries near it. If you have real trees in your lawn, deck them up with lights.

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  1. Pathway Trees:

Pathway trees also bring a distinctive and fresh look to the exteriors. You can stake them along the driveway, or walkways to proclaim a pleasant welcome.

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  1. Hang A Bethlehem Star:

Greet your friends and family with cheery greetings by hanging a Bethlehem star from the lawn. It will impress and dazzle, even from a distance.

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  1. Dress Up The Lamp Post:

If you have a lamp post, decorate it up a bit with ribbons, cranberries greeneries, and pinecones.

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