These holiday mailboxes show that Christmas decorations are not just for indoors. Decorating your mailbox for the holidays is fun, inexpensive and a great way to add holiday curb appeal.
Decorating Your Mailbox for the holidays is easy with these Festive Ideas.
It is time for decorating your mailbox for the holidays! I am a self confessed Christmas fairy. If there is a place in my home that doesn’t have a Christmas decoration on it, I’ll find something that will make it more festive.
And my mail box is no exception. For the last few years, I’ve had a garland wrapped around the mail box pole with some red bows and berries on it. But I am looking for a change this year so I decided to see what ideas are out there for holiday mailboxes.
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Many of these are retail ideas but almost all could easily be done with a bit of time and a trip to your local craft store. This cute snowman cover adds just the right touch of whimsy to this plain black mailbox. Available from Amazon.com.This one is so lovely. Just drape your mail box with a large holiday garland decorated with pine cones and berries and attach a large floral wire rimmed bow to the top. Looks perfect on this black mail box. Not crafty? It’s available from Floral Home Decor.
This is one of my favorite ideas for holiday mailboxes. The tan color of this mail box is just crying out for a rustic country look and that is exactly what it got. Just drape a fir garland over the top of the mailbox and attach faux holly berries. Top the whole thing with a red plaid wired rimmed box and you are all set. Image courtesy of Plow and Hearth.
Holiday Mailboxes Add Great Curb Appeal
There is something so perfect about this combination. The combination of the white snow tipped boughs with red berries and bow on a pure white mailbox really says Christmas to me. See the Christmas mailbox topper with berries on Amazon.If you have a large square mailbox you can add a big fir garland topper. Tuck in ornaments and oversize pine cones to add color and fill in gaps and add a big red bow to the mailbox opening. Image and idea from Southern Living. This idea lets you dress up your mailbox for the holidays in style!
This pretty design features a poinsettia flowered design that has solar lights which come on in the evening for extra effect. See it on Amazon.
This lovely mailbox decoration features a big swag made of real fir branches, accented by big pine cones, berries, and small red bells. Instead of adding the swag at the top of the mailbox, it gets added to the post itself. Add a big red wire rimmed bow with a smaller red and green bow in the center and you have a great look. Source: Pinterest
How cute is this? This mailbox cover brings a reindeer to your holiday mailbox decor. It’s made of vinyl to withstand the weather and has a bell harness to match the mailbox flag. The kids will love this one. See it on Amazon.
This idea could be changed with the seasons. Just paint your mailbox with weather proof outdoor paint. Find a holiday stencil you like and add the decorative design. When the season is over, just repaint and add a new stencil for a fresh change.
Not a DIY project of course, but how cute is this for decorating your mailbox for the holidays? This sweet little Fox Terrier dresses up this plain mailbox beautifully. What a special delivery. What a cute photo op!! Image shared from Devil Duck on Tumblr.
This lovely mailbox decoration features a very pretty red and white themed setting. The greenery up the side of the mail box post completes the look. This ideas comes from Confessions of an Overworked Mom.
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