WITH Christmas fast approaching, it'd be rude not to put up at least a few decorations to spread some festive cheer.
Many have gone all out with Christmas lights, trees, wreaths and gonks galore - but one festive fan shared some bargain nutcracker decorations she picked up on eBay.
Posting on Facebook Group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, she posted pictures of her doorway, adorned with a cute bow and twinkling with Christmas lights.
The pictures of her welcoming doorstep also show a festive blue nutcracker figure on either side of her front door.
She captioned the post: "Best £9.99 I’ve spent! I’m in love with these nutcrackers.
"Nutcrackers are from eBay just type in blue nutcrackers for front door, they also do red x"
A second said, "I've ordered these too but from Amazon, the fabric is good quality! Can't wait to put them up".
Fans commented at the cheap price, given that nutcracker figures can often set you back a lot of cash.
There were questions about the pricing of the nutcrackers but the pack of two nutcrackers is £9.99, making them around £5 each.
The festive figures are a traditional Christmas symbol of good luck, and according to German folklore they serve as protectors of the house.
These eBay nutcrackers can also be used around a fireplace, in the kitchen or on a balcony.
MYSTIC MEGDecember 5: New love waits where you get a ticket from a machine
WHEEL YOU BELIEVEMum splashes £43k on a brand new Mercedes for her nine-year-old daughter
OH DEERPeople are putting butterflies & flamingos on Xmas trees & the internet is appalled
HEAVY LOADSome judge me for having 11 kids & now I’m pregnant - I hope it's TRIPLETS again
YES, YES, YES TO THE DRESSWoman's VERY explicit ‘lucky’ dress listing goes viral
AMAZ-INGMum pays off £8.5k of debt in 4 months by selling items online & you can too
In other festive news, Asda is selling Elf on the Shelf sleepsuits with a hat and they're only £3.
Elsewhere, we shared how some Christmas trees were being mocked on social media, with one saying the trees gave them a panic attack.
Plus a carer who once had only £5 a week to spend on food shared her top budget tips to make food go further.