Outdoor Fireplace Decor On a Budget

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Hobby Lobby. The opinions and text are all mine for this Rustic Christmas Decorations post. Who is ready for Christmas?!?! I absolutely love decorating for the holidays. Every single year I spend hours walking through Hobby Lobby, and wishing I could fill 10 carts full to take home. I always want to add on to my rustic Christmas decorations more than the budget allows! This year I had my heart set on decorating our outdoor hearth and fireplace, but I needed to do it on a budget. We spend a ton of time outside during fall and winter with our fireplace roaring, and I wanted it to feel festive. I set a budget of $100 and started shopping at Hobby Lobby for neutral rustic Christmas decorations. I picked up my ‘Hobby Lobby Haul’ Christmas items for under $100. Currently all of the Christmas Decor is 50% off!!!  I mixed in fabulous Hobby Lobby buckets and Hobby Lobby birch wood logs from my existing home decor to save money. MONEY SAVING TIP – Mix in current home decor with holiday decor to keep the budget down. Santa Claus Tree Topper – $14.99 Cranberry Snow Flocked Tree – $39.99 Wooden Painted Church – $17.49 Frosted Pine Cone Stems – $1.99 Each Snow Flocked Cranberry Greenery Stems – $2.99 This fabulous tree is from Hobby Lobby and comes snow flocked with the berries and pine cones already attached. Simply remove from the box and fluff! MONEY SAVING TIP – Blankets make perfect tree skirts! You can mix in pops of red with neutral rustic Christmas decorations. Use pine cones to help create a rustic feel. My oldest daughter gathered pine cones from around the house a few years ago. I used some white paint and glitter to help add pizzazz to the pine cones! I always love to set up all of my decorations; then go back through and add in pine cones to give an additional layer. You can use Santa Tree Toppers (like this one) around your house for decorations. They are usually cheaper than the stand alone Santa’s and look just as great. This Wooden Church decoration was my favorite Hobby Lobby Find this year. I will be going back to Hobby Lobby and grabbing a fabulous wreath for above the stone work. That will give the perfect finishing touch to my Outdoor Fireplace Rustic Christmas Decorations. MONEY SAVING TIP – You can cut greenery branches from trees to create your own natural wreath. Other Holiday Post You Will Love … Rustic Christmas Mantel and Tree Rustic Plaid Christmas Party Save Save Save Save