Where to buy Christmas decorations online in Australia
Get in the holiday spirit with these online stores that sell all kinds of Christmas decorations.
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Christmas season is finally here – and what better way to celebrate and spread festive cheer than by decorating your home with gorgeous decorations.
Whether you're looking for something affordable or have the spare cash to spend, we're here to help. Here at Finder, we've rounded up a list of stores that sell Christmas decorations online.
You can also check out our favourite Christmas decorations for all budgets.
Target is one of Australia’s favourite affordable department stores. No matter what kind of decor you’re looking for, you’ll be able to find it there.
- Free shipping on orders over $45
- Free click and collect on orders over $20
- Free 60-day returns
Whether it’s for your Christmas tree or for your home, LightInTheBox can provide you with beautiful decorations.
- 1,000 new items added daily
- Express shipping available (3–5 days)
- 30-day satisfaction guarantee with free returns
Which of these retailers offer free delivery?
Amazon: Free delivery on millions of eligible items with an Amazon Prime membership
eBay: Free delivery on millions of eligible items with an eBay Plus membership
- David Jones: Free shipping on orders over $50
- Myer: Free shipping on orders over $49
- Etsy: Free delivery on some items
- Catch: Free shipping on orders over $45
- Target Australia: Free shipping on orders over $45
- Kogan: Free delivery on eligible items
- Fishpond: Free on all orders
- AliExpress: Free delivery available on select items
6 top budget-friendly Christmas decoration ideas from Pinterest
1. Button decorations
It's hard to go wrong with this ultra easy, low-cost decoration idea. Thread buttons together one-by-one to make a long strand of garland, or glue buttons together in a stack to make bobbles for your Christmas tree or windows.
2. Homemade scented candles
Forget paying retail for fancy Christmas candles. Use a small paintbrush to glue cinnamon sticks, dried orange slices or scented epsom salts onto the sides of a plain candle. Finish the look off by wrapping the candle with twine, burlap or Christmas-coloured ribbon.
3. Sheet music Christmas trees
Pay homage to your favourite holiday songs with this unexpected visual delight. Cut a sheet of music into a triangle, fold the triangle accordion style and weave a wooden skewer up the centre of the sheet, sticking the bottom of the skewer into a foam or wooden base.
4. Snowmen clothespins
A fun craft for the whole family, clothespins-turned-snowmen are a great way to display photos of past Christmases, fun family traditions or loved ones who live far away from home. Clothespins can also be pinned to the branches of your tree like ornaments or stuck to a fridge with magnets to display recipes or holiday to-do lists.
5. Mini tubes of Christmas treats
Short on cash but want to give something special to your loved ones? Consider filling test tubes (that have lids) or small, glass travel bottles with favourite holiday treats like hot cocoa, mini marshmallows, mints or crushed candy canes. Tie tubes together with Christmas ribbon, then attach a name tag with a handwritten holiday greeting.
6. Decorated wine bottles
Transform old bottles into vases, centrepieces or candle holders that reflect your unique holiday style. Make bottles glow from the inside by filling them with white or coloured lights. Or turn your bottles into bud vases for greenery, pine cones, berries, glittery decorative wire and branches spray painted to look snowy.
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