If you prefer to make your own baubles and tree decorations, then pop over to my blog and read the tutorials on handmade rustic Christmas decorations on a budget and thrifty craft hack to make DIY marbled baubles using old nail polish.
If you just don't have time to make your own Christmas decorations, but want all my festive home styling tips, head over and check out my seasonal styling pages out after browsing this curated shopping guide I've put together especially for you.
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The White Company
I say: Comes in a gift box. Rustic jute string and pure white porcelain is a great pairing.
• Charming bird design
• Made from porcelain
• Features four different dove shapes
• Beautifully presented in a stylish white gift box
• Striking, large festive decoration
• Mouth-blown soda-lime glass with a ribbed texture
• Ideal for styling around the base of trees, or hanging from shelves
I say: It’s a mega bauble - the bauble to end all baubles! What a statement piece to style your mantel with. Obsessed.
Image credit: The White Company
• Gorgeous silver-and-gold glitter design
• Made from iron and glitter
• Hung from velvet ribbon
Although elegant and delicate, this hanging star is 14cm wide- large enough to catch the light and not require many to make a statement.
Nkuku products are beautifully made and sourced responsibly and sustainably so you feel good about your purchases. Foraging for festive foliage and creating handmade Christmas mantle displays, festive tablescapes and handmade decorations to accompany your Nkuku purchases would be a great way to save money and further personalise your seasonal styling.
These are my top Nkuku Christmas bauble buys...
I say: Made from recycled glass & come in a variety of colours. Jewel-like, with family-heirloom vibes. Come in a beautiful glass jar - this product is based on the idea of a jar of sweets.
Image credit: Nkuku
They say: We use recycled glass to make these collections. Firstly, the waste glass is collected and washed to remove any impurities; it is then crushed and melted down before being hand-blown or placed in moulds to create beautiful new products.
They say: “They are crafted entirely from hand-blown, clear recycled glass and have a stylish frosted design etched by hand. This low-impact process and our use of recycled glass means these baubles are as sustainable as they are beautiful.”
I say: These will take pride of place on your Christmas tree for years. Seriously beautiful.
They say: Each one has a different pattern which was hammered into the surface by hand. The artisans use methods that have remained unchanged for centuries.
I say: Super cute brass bells with chocolate brown velvet ties and exquisite hammered detailing.
M&S is reliable, affordable, and good value, and it always offers a range of Christmas themes to appeal to most homes this festive period.
They say: They're expertly crafted in a cool martini shape and filled with an array of vibrant beads, giving the illusion of liquid inside. For a glamorous look, the rim of the glass is elegantly rolled in glitter.
I say: These playful decorations will look elegant and stylish on your tree while giving a nod to party season.
They say: These multicoloured baubles bring extra sparkle to your Christmas tree. A shatterproof design ensures peace of mind.
I say: The glitter looks like hundreds and thousands, and this whole set has a confectionary vibe or a playful 80’s disco feel.
They say: crafted from speckled multicoloured glass in a selection of contemporary hues. They're embellished with glitter detailing to add extra sparkle and come complete with coordinating hanging loops.
I say: These are seriously beautiful. Perfect dotted around your tree backlit by twinkling fairy lights.
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