I’ve always admired the people who add their own “crafty” touch to their holiday decor every year. The ones who string popcorn and cranberries on a garland, make their own wreaths out of plastic spoons (look it up — it’s a thing!), and can successfully bake and assemble a gingerbread house.
I am not one of those people. I’ve had one too many hot glue gun burns in my lifetime, so all I want for Christmas is to add festive touches to my home without the headache! If you’re anything like me, you’re sure to love the Christmas decor from The Bradford Exchange. Beautiful, festive and best of all, easy to set up!
Scroll down to see my top picks for hassle-free Christmas decor:
1. A Christmas Tree That Sets Up in Seconds
This 6-foot tall Christmas tree is pre-lit with 200 clear lights, and pre-decorated with 46 ornaments and ribbons graced with the holiday artwork of Thomas Kinkade. You can set it all up in a snap and it’s collapsible for easy storage once the holidays are over. How easy is that?
Pictured: Thomas Kinkade Wondrous Winter Pre-Lit Pull Up Tree
2. A Tabletop Tree to Treasure
No space for a tree? No problem! This tabletop tree celebrates Christmas with over 50 darling Disney characters and four levels of rotating movement and lights. Plus a medley of Christmas carols certainly adds a merry touch!
Pictured: The Wonderful World of Disney Christmas Tree
3. A Wonderful Way to Deck the Halls
These lifelike boughs with holly won’t ever fade. Adorned with velvety red ribbon and LED lights, this wreath even showcases an illuminated village scene inspired by Thomas Kinkade’s artistry at its center. Plus, eight Christmas carols fill the air at the flip of a switch. I fa-la-la-love it!
Pictured: Thomas Kinkade A Holiday Homecoming Wreath
4. A Centerpiece Celebrating Love, Peace and Joy
As you might be able to tell from my list, I love any Christmas decoration that lights up, and this stunning centerpiece certainly does just that! Its warm glow helps set the mood, and the miniature sculptures inspired by the art of Thomas Kinkade are so sweet and festive.
Pictured: Sparkle of the Season Table Centerpiece Collection
5. A Bouquet That Brings the Holidays to Life
It doesn’t feel like Christmas to me without some poinsettias in my home, and this festive arrangement is one I don’t have to water! An illuminated sculpted village within the crystal vase adds a Christmassy charm and the medley of Christmas music it plays is sure to share cheer.
Pictured: Thomas Kinkade All is Bright Table Centerpiece
6. A “Picture” of Christmas Worth a Thousand Words
There’s no doubt that Thomas Kinkade’s holiday artwork speaks to many people. This one in particular, because Thomas Kinkade’s recorded voice narrates “The Night Before Christmas” as 75 fiber-optic and LED lights illuminate the artwork!
Pictured: Thomas Kinkade The Night Before Christmas Wall Decor
7. A Snowy Scene to Warm Hearts
Wherever Charlie Brown and the PEANUTS gang are, memorable moments aren’t far behind! This snow globe is sure to add a dash of Christmas delight to your home, and it plays a medley of 8 Christmas carols including “Jingle Bells” and “We Wish You a Merry Christmas.” Oh, what fun!
Pictured: PEANUTS Merry and Bright Snow Globe
8. A Jolly Snowman to Share Smiles
Doesn’t this happy fellow make your heart melt? Handcrafted of multi-faceted crystal, this snowman sculpture “houses” an illuminated 3D village inspired by Thomas Kinkade art, and a train circles the base to share Christmas cheer from every angle.
Pictured: Thomas Kinkade Snowman Figurine
Any of my picks from this list are sure to share Christmas cheer in style and with ease. I can’t wait to decorate my home this year with some of these treasures. Did anything from my list catch your eye? How do you decorate for Christmas every year? Connect with me in the comments!
Visit The Bradford Exchange Online to see all of the Christmas decor available, and make sure to check out our stunning selection of Christmas gifts while you’re at it! You might even find something extra special for yourself!
Thanks for reading and merry decorating!8 Hassle-Free Christmas Decorations by Beth Simon