You must have heard the phrase, the bigger, the better. And that holds true for Christmas decoration as well. After all, what better way to prove your friends, family, and neighbors that you have the most Christmas spirit by opting for opting for oversized Christmas decorations?

So celebrate Christmas in a larger than life way by opting for oversized Christmas decorations. We’ve rounded up some of the best oversized Christmas decoration ideas for you. Take a look.

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  1. Giant Ornaments:

These baubles look enormous, but they are not as difficult to make as many if you presume it to be. Basically, these ornaments are balloons topped with metallic cardstock.

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  1. Joy Sign:

Since you’re already in the holiday spirit, why not show it to the neighbor in a larger than life way? This oversized door sign is made using moss and cardboard as the base.

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  1. Massive Ornaments:

When it’s about outdoor decoration, bigger is always better and satisfying, whether your neighbor approves of it or not. So if you’re also planning to buy something bold for your outdoor decoration, purchase these large ornaments.

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  1. Oversized Ornaments For The Window:

If you’re drawn to whimsical Christmas decoration, this oversized Christmas decoration idea is sure to appeal to you. It’s quick, easily available and inexpensive too.

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  1. Holly Garlands:

This banister garland, made with oversized holly berries and leaves is a fresh update on the regular garland. We think it’s a perfect for Normal Rockwell décor.

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  1. Oversized Ornaments On The Window:

What do you think about the idea of placing oversized ornaments on the window? Don’t you think it will cheer up your outdoor decoration like no other thing?

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  1. Oversized Stockings:

These oversized stockings, made with paper, will beautify your indoor decoration. If you want to irk children a bit, place the little gifts in them. They’ll have a tough time taking it out.

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  1. Giant Ornament Using Cake Pan:

Make giant ornaments using bouncy balls and a round cake pan. No one can ever guess how you made it.

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  1. Snowman Plate Setting:

If you want to set your dinner table is a special and grand way, especially for the children, make this easy peasy snowman place setting. You just need a few materials to assemble it.

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  1. Giant Wooden Star:

Combine this large wooden star, along with tinsels, greeneries and piles of light to dress up your mantle. Thought the wooden star would be the show stopper of the décor.

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  1. Gigantic Wall Stars:

If you wish to do something star-studded for the holidays, go for these massive stars. It will look excellent if you place it behind the Christmas tree. And they are easy to put together too!

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  1. Giant Christmas Wreath:

If you want something, but simple and pleasing to the eyes, go for this large Christmas wreath. Made using a hula hoop, this wreath would look fantastic placed atop your mantle.

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  1. Popsicle Snowflakes:

These giant popsicle stick snowflakes will make a great oversized decoration for the holidays. You can stick it on the walls or place it on the mantelpiece. All you need to do is get hold of a hot glue gun, popsicle sticks, and gold spray paint.

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  1. Giant Lollipops:

These lollipops, made using paper plates, would make a super cute garden decoration. While the paint is perfect, the addition of cellophane is making it look even more adorable.

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  1. Jumbo Snowflake:

This large snowflake marquee sign will add vistas to your décor. Sad that you won’t be able to catch it with your tongue, but the positive part is that it lights up. So this snowy display is sure to add holiday magic.

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  1. Globe Lights Ornaments:

These globe lights can also double as a decorative item for your stairway or pathway. The silver letterings are adding the wow factor to the ornaments.

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  1. Giant Greeting Card:

Go big this Christmas season with this oversized greeting card. All you need are some plywood, exterior paint, and art skills to show your holiday spirit to your neighbors.

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  1. An Oversized Planter:

Decorate the planters in your house with these vintage styled ornaments. For maximum effect, place it on the two sides of the door.

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  1. Big Plastic Ball Ornament:

 

We must say this huge plastic ball ornament is extremely cool and incredibly easy to make. Most of all, it’s so pretty and can be used year after year.

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  1. Hang A Bow From The Door:

Hang this easy to make a decorative item to greet the carolers and neighbors. If you’re gifting your friend or relative something huge like a washing machine, you can pin this bow on the package.

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  1. An Oversized Gift Box:

To recreate this look, paint a cement box silver, make the ribbon stripe using red paint and top it with a red bow. Use the gift box for your garden decor.

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  1. Joy Sign:

This easy to make wooden sign will make a great impression. Just combine it with ice skates and bucket and garland and place it in the corner of your porch. No one will ever be able to ignore it.

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  1. Oversized Santa Boots:

Oversized Santa Boots decoration have been in vogue for a long time. You just need to make it as creative as possible for it to stand out.

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  1. Place A Sled

Place a sled filled with faux gifts in your yard and see the children squeal with excitement. Just try to make it as elaborate and fancy as possible.

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  1. A Giant Snowman:

 

Use the paper lanterns lying in your house to make this adorable and giant snowman. It will fill any corner you place it, with wintry cheer. If you want, you can even put some led lights in it to make it glow.

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  1. Use Tires For Making Ornaments:

If you have some punctured tires in your house, use them to create these oversized ornaments for the outdoors.

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  1. Oversized Candy Canes:

Make some oversized candy canes and lollipops and place it outdoors to create a sweet cheer.

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  1. Oversized Gingerbread Cookie Cutter:

The only catch with this decorative item is trying to get hold of a cookie cutter of this size. Otherwise, it will make a unique décor.

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  1. Giant Kevin:

The world has fallen in love with the minions so why not use it in your Christmas decorations as well?

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  1. A Huge Wreath Chandler:

This isn’t an everyday wreath chandler. It’s made by using a hula hoop as the base. Hang it over the dining table to make it an impressive focal point.

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