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Top 6 Christmas Saving Tips From Pinterest

Christmas Saving Tips

Christmas can be an expensive time. While it is easy to get caught up in the festive feeling, it is also important you come into the new year without the stress of debts piling up from the holiday season. With this in mind, we've collected a few of our favourite Christmas saving tips from Pinterest to help you save some money without losing the fun of Christmas.

Source: Simone Bartrum

Sometimes a good gift is all about packaging. This piece uses Jaffas and recycled jars to create a simple, cost cutting gift that everyone will love.

Source: Dinah Wulf

Christmas and decorating go hand in hand, but it doesn't have to be expensive! This DIY project involves a little pinecone hunting and a lot of fun crafting to create a chic, classic piece.

Source: Barb Brookbank

What better way to save money than to repurpose old things into something new? A good book can make a great garland and Christmas cards from years past are perfect for DIY ornaments.


There is nothing like spending time and effort rather than money to make a gift extra special. DIY candle making is an affordable yet luxurious memento to give to someone this Christmas.

Source: The Organised Housewife

A simple and sweet gift for someone you love, this little homemade gift is colourful and cheap. This one is a great project for the kids.


Who doesn't love snow globes? Another piece that looks luxurious and chic, these snow globes are simple and affordable to make but look like they were bought from an upmarket boutique.

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