How do you prove your friends, neighbors and relative that you are getting into the Christmas spirit? By decorating your yard! But when it comes to decorating the house, we often find our self at a loss for ideas. For your help, we compiled a list of 40 most amazing Christmas yard decorating ideas for you. From lanterns, to solar lights to garlands, we’ve covered everything here. Have a look at them below!
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An evergreen wreath is one of the staples of Christmas, and when it’s attached to the wreath, it looks, even more, eye-catching. Just remove the wreath and the sign is ready for use year after year.
Make a bunch of these snowflakes and hang from the yard or the tree branches. We’ve also supplied you with a detailed tutorial.
These lanterns will make a perfect addition if you’re following a French theme this Christmas. You can make these lanterns on your own too!
Whether your home is graced with blankets of snow or with temperate winters, nothing signals holidays more than the bright and cheerful snowman. And if you want a unique snowman this year, then make this terracotta snowman this year.
This snowman wreath is one of the best ways to add color to your yard. Gather plenty of colorful ornaments and baubles and cardboard wreaths in three different sizes and get started.
This is the easiest idea we could get for you. Tie LED string light from one end of the yard to another and hang some Santa’s clothes on it.
What’s new in putting a Christmas tree in the yard? Well, nothing really! But the idea of putting it on a wooden trolley is definitely a novel idea.
This Christmas, get creative and make this awesome reclaimed wooden reindeer for your yard. We’ve included the tutorial of the same.
We loved the idea of the outdoor Christmas sign. Not just the creative sign, but the whole set up is elegant and clean.
Make a Christmas tree on an old wooden pallet using bulbs and ribbons for decorating your yard.
These elegant amber globes, resembling flickering candlelight, will make a beautiful addition to the yard. It will look fantastic placed along the path or in the snow.
If you’re organizing a Christmas party for the little ones, then these little kids will make a great addition. Kids will be pleasantly surprised seeing these little Santas welcoming them.
Isn’t it pretty. But it looks difficult to make too! Don’t worry! You can purchase the sign from Amazon.
So you want to make an outdoor Christmas present, but are afraid that the thieves might steal it? Well, then you can consider making a cement block, decorated beautifully as a gift box.
Carrie Rigsby made stunning, decorative swags using the greenery from her own backyard. To make these door wreaths, clip some evergreen shrubs and tie using an electric tape. Next, wrap around a white or red bow ribbon around it.
Do you know what the most incredible thing about these snow people is? They won’t melt, and you can keep them forever. And yes, they are easy to make too!
Sometimes, the best kind of Christmas decoration is that combines loads of things into a small or medium container. This delightful container does not contain plants, but ornaments, garlands, and ribbons instead.
Got a pair of rain boots lying in the garage? Then this yard decoration idea is just for you. You can use the boots as a vase for seasonal greenery.
A tiny welcome sign, a sled and a pair of skis adorn the yard of this winter wonderland.
This cute, little rattan snowman will add oodles of charm to your yard. This snowman is so detailed that it will appear as if the top hat brought him to life. (Remember Frosty the Snowman?). It has LED lights around it to illuminate his face.
This elegant garland has a mix of boxwood, cedar, fir, pinecones and berries, making it perfect for decorating during holidays. Most importantly, your yard will smell amazing!
Add a star-studded and elegant touch to your yard with these solar lanterns. Just Hang these solar lights from the tree or place on the ground to create a stunning display.
Celebrate the season of reindeer and snowflakes with this white and blue doormat. It will keep the dirt from the boots and shoes away from your house while enhancing the beauty of your yard.
Easy to make and stunning to look. Loved the color too.
I heart this decoration idea. While the white sleigh looks very cute, a dash of holiday colors wouldn’t harm it either.
Create a winter wonderland in your yard with these beautiful metal snowflakes. The intricate and detailed design will give a sophisticated and chic touch to your house.
These holiday Santa and snowman accents will melt the heart of your onlookers. And of course, it will bring cheer to your yard too!
Easy, festive and elegant! Give your mailbox placed in the yard a twist with this decoration idea. You can even add red berries for a dash of festive color.
We love placing sled and ice skates on the porch. It brings back the warm childhood memories. Hang few faux types of greenery, a bright bow or stocking on the sled for added effect.
Bring light into your yard by placing birch log candles. Drill a hole in the birch log and place a battery operated votive inside it. Throw some red, felt snowflakes around it to create a holiday ambiance.
Dress up the porch or yard with this beautiful, glowing resin holiday globes. This weather resistant light comes with an automatic timer for 6 hours on and 16 hours off. Which one did you like more, the red ball with white snowflakes or the blue wall with a cheerful woodland snowman?
Nothing beats live greens to put you and your yard in the holiday spirit. Glue the moss on the wreath form, ensuring that it covers the entire form. Next, glue on the embellishments like ribbon, pinecones, berries or whatever you like.
This is cuteness personified. Never before have I seen such an adorable chime. It will definitely increase the beauty of your yard manifolds.
These cute, little elves are enjoying Christmas by singing and dancing. Utterly adorable!
These outdoor twig deer will bring a rustic feel to your holiday decoration. We loved the addition of the red bow.
Another lovely door sign idea to consider.
The snowmen are rolling on the floor laughing. Someone must have cracked an amusing joke here.
No, these are no ordinary ornaments. These decorative ornaments have luminaire crystals that absorb solar energy, and it releases after the sunset in the form of green glow.
These easy to make wire mesh luminaries will add a soft glow to your yard.
Got some old lamps lying in your store room? Then put them to use this Christmas. Paint them bright red and place on the yard along with a red Santa cap and a sled.
These Christmas yard decoration ideas will add a fun, festive flair to the yard of your house. How do you like to decorate your yard? Tell us by commenting below!