Top 5 Christmas decorations (sponsored post)

Sass & Belle

Looking for some one-off Christmas decorations? We’ve pulled together some pretty awesome decs, from the quirky to the traditional, to bring festive cheer to your home.
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It’s time to deck the halls with monogrammed stockings, unicorn baubles, and felt garlands.

The Handmade Christmas Co

The Handmade Christmas Co

The Handmade Christmas Co produces the finest quality personalised Christmas sacks, baubles, and monogrammed stockings. Use the code MOLLIE for 50% off the entire collection! www.handmadechristmasco.com

Pet Mirrors

Pet Mirrors

Add a touch of glitter, style and sparkle to your home this Christmas, with Pet Mirrors’ bespoke festive decoration range. Choose from dog, cat, horse and rabbit decs in a variety of amazing colours. Who needs a fairy on the tree when you can have your fave pet? www.petmirrors.co.uk

Felt Tails

FeltTails

Have yourself a colourful, felty Christmas with decorations from FeltTails. These cute characters are available as a full garland to cheer up your fireplace, or as individual ornaments to adorn your tree. Use code MOLLIEMAKES10 for 10% off when you spend £10. Also available as a craft kit to make yourself. www.felttails.etsy.com

Sass & Belle

Sass & Belle

‘Tis the season for Sass & Belle to showcase their exciting Christmas collection! With decorations, accessories and gift wrap in styles from homely Rustic Woodland, to sophisticated Merry Monochrome, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Among on-trend flamingos and unicorns, you’ll still find Santa and his reindeer, with added Sass & Belle magic. www.sassandbelle.co.uk 

Artcuts

Artcuts

Create your own personalised Christmas decs with Artcuts’ ranges of unique birch wood shapes. Decorate the wood with acrylic paints, inks, stamps and glitter, or keep it simple and add some festive ribbon. How about using the shapes as gift tags or in your festive card making? www.artcuts.co.uk

 

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