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Free Stuff For Christmas: Decorations, Patterns, Music, Stocking Stuffer And More

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I have been searching online for free Christmas decorations, stocking stuffers, music and more, so that those less fortunate, or those looking to save a few dollars can have a wonderful holiday. Since I would like everyone to have a merry Christmas and I can't afford to help everyone, I thought these free gifts could help.

Where I come from Christmas trees and decorations are pretty expensive. I don't like artificial trees and since I can't afford one this year I wont have a Christmas tree to decorate. I love the smell of the pine, it give the house a wonderful aroma.

Below are some websites that offer free Christmas Stuff to help make your Christmas an enjoyable one.


Free Christmas Music

Many people can't afford to buy new CDs this year or to purchase downloadable music. Downloading music without permission of the artiste is illegal and a very serious offense. This website offers free live streaming of Christmas music that you can listen to 24/7 from your computer. You can attach some computer speakers and there you will have a very nice music system set up.


Get a Free Christmas Tree

I have been searching and searching but I came across this. It's more like a bargain rather than just getting the tree for free. If you Spend £30, and this is for UK residents, you get a free tree. The tree is worth £10. The truth is I am not sure when this was posted but give the site a visit and see for yourself. Just click the link below and you will be taken to the website.



I have not been able to find any free Christmas tree giveaways for the US or Caribbean.

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Free Christmas Gifts & Stocking Stuffers

This site I found is giving away free stuff that you can use to give people who are really in need. I am not sure exactly how it works but they seem legit. You might want to save some cash or you know someone who really need these items so send the link to someone or visit the site. There are cell phone giveaways, bibles, and links to other free stuff.


Free Christmas Decoration & Ornament Patterns

This you have to make yourself but it does save some money. There are instructions on how to create your own ornaments and decorations with just a few items.


Free Christmas Quilt Patterns

Here you have free quilt patterns for those who like quilting. These are very popular online and easy to find.


Free Christmas Dinner

If you live in the Aylesbury area near Buckinghamshire, UK, follow the link below for a free Christmas lunch.


If you happen to live in Michigan and you know someone who is less fortunate and cannot afford a home cooked meal then send them along to the William Ford Senior Activity Center.


Free toys and other stuff!

Free Toys

So the website I had for last year is now down but guess what? I found a few more website offering free toys.

If you are searching for toys for a needy family, just sign them up here. You can have someone sign up your family if you can't do it yourself.


Here is a site that offers Bargains!

  • Bargain Babe
    Daily tips for savvy-spenders who want to save money on everyday expenses like groceries, meals out, vacations, entertainment, kid's stuff, and more.


I will try to keep the hub updated throughout the season in case I find other freebies. I was really hoping for more but so far these are what I found. Please pass on the info to those less fortunate that they too can have a wonderful and blessed Christmas.



jayani on November 30, 2011:

actually this is not a comment.small request for hub members.i would like to get a beautiful xmas tree for my son as a gift .if someone can gine me a xmas tree it will be a big help to me.then you can get the real meaning of the xmas

email -

address-Jayani Lakmali ,Assadduma ,mahagama ,Kohilegedara ,Srilanka

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 23, 2011:

Thank you Alladream. Hope it's of use to someone.

Victor Mavedzenge from Oakland, California on November 23, 2011:

Fantastic timely hub.Really enjoyed it.Thanks for the great resources too!

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 23, 2011:

Debbie, I hope the people who really need it get some help. Thanks for stopping by.

Debbie Roberts from Greece on November 23, 2011:

Times are tough for everyone at the moment and it's nice that they can get some things to cheer up their Christmas. Sadly there are people who take advantage of these offers when they don't need to, ultimately taking away from the people who could do with them. gOOD HUB.

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 22, 2011:

Oh, I had no idea.

FloraBreenRobison on November 22, 2011:

You are not allowed a real tree in my condo building. It is a fire hazaard.

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 22, 2011:

I prefer the real thing, but it's more economical to have the artificial one.

FloraBreenRobison on November 22, 2011:

I have the same tree every year-it's an artificial tree.

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 22, 2011:

Thank you Sannel, I hope your holidays are bright too.

SanneL from Sweden on November 22, 2011:

Such a thoughtful hub!

I will share with my friends.

Thank you for your great work to make someones holiday brighter.

Voted up and useful!

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 22, 2011:

Escobana thanks. I think the Christmas tree will save a few dollars because those are usually quite expensive. Will try to update as soon as I find more stuff.

Escobana from Valencia on November 22, 2011:

Great job and for people here in Europe, free ideas for a wonderful Christmas are very welcome too! I like the work you did in finding things out on the web, and hope I´ll see some more in the updates.

Votes up and shared with our fellow Hubbers!

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 22, 2011:

Thanks Pamela. I hope that someone can save some dollars or get the help they so need.

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on November 22, 2011:

This hub is just full of great suggestions to make the holidays just a little bit easier. I will share this with my friends. Rated up.

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 22, 2011:

Jackie. I play the Christmas music when I am on my computer too. I am trying to find free downloads too. Lights are my favorite parts of the decoration too!

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 22, 2011:

Thanks RH, really appreciate the vote!

Jackie Lynnley from the beautiful south on November 21, 2011:

This is great, I will check out the Christmas music. I have plenty but who ever takes the time but this I can just have on while I am fooling around with all I am busy with; with just a couple clicks, thanks! I just put Christmas dodads around, and maybe I will have a small table tree, big ones are just too much hassle anymore but I love the lights.

Great hub as usual.

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on November 21, 2011:

So awesome Cardisa - I'm sharing this too! Up and everything!!

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 21, 2011:

Is the one you are getting this year as big as that one?

FloraBreenRobison on November 21, 2011:

It is 9 feet high. It's the one where you can only see part of it in my pictures with Amy.

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 21, 2011:

That's great Flora. I can't believe that a tree would cost $500 that's nearly $50,000 in Jamaica dollars. I am not sure we are getting a tree, it would mean driving 40 miles to get one.

FloraBreenRobison on November 21, 2011:

These will be quite helpful for people. I recently had to replace my fake tree as mine was falling apart. as luck would have it, The Chilliwack Academy of Music had just gotten a legacy from a will that enabled them to end their Festival of Trees campaigns and sold off their fake trees. I got a $500.00 quality tree for $50.00. I was thrilled.

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 21, 2011:

Thank you MsDora, very much appreciated.

Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on November 21, 2011:

So helpful and so thoughtful. Voted UP and USEFUL.

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 21, 2011:

Thanks Stayingalivemomma, I hope someone finds something they really need.

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 21, 2011:

Leann, I was wondering if there was anyway to put a link to the store from the hub. I don't live in the States so I wouldn't know how to get there. But I suppose for those who live near CVS & Walgreens they could visit the stores to see what they have.

CR, I think I'll post a link t Bargain Babe here! Thanks guys.

Valerie Washington from Tempe, Arizona on November 21, 2011:

What great info! I have tweeted the link to all my followers!

The Evolista from Los Angeles on November 21, 2011:

I don't think so. I'm pretty sure you have to go in the store. There's a great blog I read that tells you about tons of freebies called Bargain Babe. You might like it.

leann2800 on November 21, 2011:

This is a wonderful idea. I believe the CVS and Walgreens stuff varies by locations.I have family who work for Walgreens and the only thing i know of that is free is a 8 X 10 photo collage. I believe that is free through most of the southeast at least. You would have to look at the local circulars to see the specials of the area.

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 21, 2011:

Thanks Chasing Riley. I really hope that the hub has enough info to be of help. Do CVS and Walgreens off the stuff online?

The Evolista from Los Angeles on November 21, 2011:

This is so nice and definitely in the spirit of the season. There are a lot of free things at CVS & Walgreens too from 11/24-26.

Carolee Samuda (author) from Jamaica on November 21, 2011:

Thanks Susan, that's the idea.

Susan Zutautas from Ontario, Canada on November 21, 2011:

Carolee, I will share this hub gladly in hopes to make someones Christmas brighter.

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