Hobby Lobby Christmas trees and holiday decor items are 40% off this week

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve been spending a lot more time at home. So, it makes sense if you feel the urge to decorate your house and make it as cozy as possible, whether that’s hanging a festive wreath, adding some seasonal throw pillows to your couch or getting a head start on Christmas crafts.

To help ease you into the holiday spirit, Hobby Lobby has a major sale going on this week. (We say it’s fine to go ahead and put up that Christmas tree as soon as Halloween passes because if there’s one thing 2020 needs more of, it’s cheer, right?)

Through Sept. 19, Hobby Lobby has marked down its Christmas decor by 40% both in-store and online. Hobby Lobby’s holiday sale includes everything you’d need to get your home ready for the holidays, including artificial trees, holiday ornaments, gift bags, wrapping paper and stockings. And if you’re not ready to think about Christmas, fall-inspired decor is also marked down 40%, too.

And if there’s some decor that’s on your wish list but it’s showing up as out of stock online, you still may be able to find it at your local store. (Here’s where to find a store near you.)

Here’s a sample of what’s on sale.

Red Plaid Poinsettia Pick, $3

If you want to DIY a seasonal bouquet, these red plaid poinsettia picks work well now in a fall-inspired arrangement and can be reused for any holiday craft you put together with, say, frosted berry and leaves picks or mini birch logs. These inexpensive picks can also be individually placed in jars or vases as we ease into the holiday season.

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Potted Christmas Tree With Gumball Dual Color LED Lights, $107.99

With round, color-changing gumball-shaped lights, this potted Christmas tree can be decked with garland and ornaments. At 4 feet tall, this small Christmas tree comes in a ceramic pot, so it can easily be placed on your porch or in a bedroom. It comes with a controller so you can switch between multi-colored and clear lights.

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Flocked Accent Pre-Lit Christmas Tree, $71.99

Branch out from the traditional trees and try adding one of these longer, leaner trees that look like Cypress trees. Frosted and pre-lit, this Flocked Accent artificial tree is 5 feet tall and easy to assemble.

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Holiday Evening Sleigh Ride Thomas Kinkade Puzzle, $10.20

Brew some hot chocolate, grab a blanket, tell Alexa to play some Christmas carols and get to work on this 1,000-piece holiday-themed puzzle depicting a snowy landscape with carriages, sleighs and Christmas lights.

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‘Dog In Truck’ Christmas Wood Wall Decor, $30

When you’re ready to start decking the halls, Hobby Lobby has some cute decor with rustic trucks, like this framed “Dog in Truck” art that’s loaded with cuteness.

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Of course, if you’re not yet ready to skip right over autumn, Hobby Lobby has majorly marked down its fall decor items, too.

Also through Sept. 19, Hobby Lobby shoppers can get 40% off fall decor. The sale includes items like metal pumpkins (on sale for $24) and a pumpkin and sunflower centerpiece (on sale for $54) to bring a splash of autumn to your home.

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Also included in the sale are fall-scented candles (think: cinnamon or pumpkin spice) that start at $4.80.

Happy decorating!

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