Andrew Richard / BuzzFeed 1. Stick an upside-down Command Hook on the back of your door to seamlessly hang a wreath. prettydubs.com, hardlyhousewives.com, frugelegance.com From Pretty Dubs, Hardly Housewives, and FrugElegance. 2. Place a can beneath your candle in a hurricane vase — you'll use less filler, and your candle will sit perfectly straight. naptimedecorator.blogspot.com, passionatepennypincher.com, thriftydecorchick.com See more holiday decor on Thrifty Decor Chick and Passionate Penny Pincher. 3. And put a toilet paper roll in the middle of an apothecary jar to save filler there, too. dandelionsanddustbunnies.blogspot.ca From Dandelions and Dust Bunnies. 4. Clean last year's wax from your menorah by "baking" it at a very low temperature. No scraping required! landofhoneyblog.blogspot.com Metal menorahs only, though. From Land of Honey. 5. When you open a big box of decorations, take a picture of what's inside so you can quickly remember how to put everything back. organizingmadefun.blogspot.com You'll thank yourself come January! From Organizing Made Fun. 6. For statement mantlepiece decor or a personalized gift, get an oversized family photo printed for less than $10. homestoriesatoz.com, eastcoastcreativeblog.com They're called "engineering prints", and they start at $1.79–$7.29 at Staples, depending on the size you want. From East Coast Creative and Home Stories A to Z. 7. You can even print out your favorite ~holiday scene~ to set the mood. almostmakesperfect.com And simply hang it from a dowel. From Almost Makes Perfect. 8. String together a sparkling gelt garland using plastic coins and your hot glue gun. designmegillah.com From Design Megillah. 9. Add more volume and fluff to an artificial tree by layering in two inexpensive wreaths. 3littlegreenwoods.com From 3 Little Greenwoods. 10. And fluff up faux store-bought garland with floral wire and yard clippings — or evergreen boughs from wherever you buy your fresh trees. viewalongtheway.com Whether it's a hardware store or the local tree farm, they'll probably have a bin of boughs they cut so trees can fit in stands. From View Along The Way. 11. Tie ribbon to your cabinets to display your holiday cards somewhere you'll actually see them. melissadark.blogspot.ca From Greener Grass Handmade. 12. For a cheap and classy alternative to expensive tabletop trees, make a cone out of card stock and glue on some bead garland. iheartorganizing.com From IHeart Organizing. 13. Use mini Command Hooks on top of your doorframes or mirrors to hang banners. fynesdesigns.com, suburbsmama.blogspot.com From Fynes Designs and Suburbs Mama. 14. Cleanup from big holiday meals is quick and easy when you've covered the tables with brown kraft paper. lemonthistle.com Fancy centerpiece and calligraphy definitely optional. From Lemon Thistle. 15. Carve out the insides of a pumpkin and stick in a short vase for a ~very fall~ centerpiece / mantle decoration / whatever you want to use it for. improvementscatalog.com From Improvements Catalog. 16. And layer two vases together that are identical shapes, but different sizes, to make an illusion vase filled with gelt or mini dreidels. feltsocute.wordpress.com, designmegillah.com From Felt So Cute and Design Megillah. 17. Repurpose old sparkly necklaces or decorative bows as curtain tie-backs to add some sparkle and cheer. dishfunctionaldesigns.blogspot.com, etsy.com From Dishfunctional Designs. You can order these felt bow curtain tie-backs on Etsy for $38, or simply repurpose bows you already have. 18. If you're hanging new shelves for your decorations, easily measure the distance between the two holes you need to drill with a piece of tape. iheartnaptime.net From i heart naptime. 19. Invert tomato cages and wrap them with lights to make faux-topiaries (faux-piaries?) with holiday spirit. 17apart.com From 17 Apart. 20. Use a paste of cornstarch and water to make removable wallpaper out of any fabric — and temporarily transform a room just for the holiday season. eastcoastcreativeblog.com It'll make your home feel like a ~magical holiday wonderland~. From East Coast Creative. 21. Tie strips of ribbons (in any color scheme) onto a string of lights for a drapey garland on the cheap. createcraftlove.com From Create Craft Love. 22. Use hot glue to easily hang outdoor lights on brick or stone. christmasdesigners.com Don't glue anywhere that's painted, though — it will take the paint off! From Christmas Designers.