These Lidl light up Christmas scenes are on sale NOW. Glow get 'em!

These Lidl light up Christmas scenes have us mesmerised by their glowy welcome

Lidl light up Christmas scene and nativity scene
(Image credit: Lidl)

Seeing that these Lidl light up Christmas scenes have gone on sale for just £12.99, has us scribbling their names on our holiday shopping lists. Whether it'll be accompanying a full on winter wonderland of fairy lights, tinsel and mistletoe or just sitting solo on your mantlepiece or sideboard, a wooden Christmas scene fitted with glittering LEDs (energy-saving, of course) is the perfect way to add a bit of festive charm to your home. 

Choose from three designs: the wooden Christmas scene, the colourful wooden Christmas village and the wooden nativity.

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Lidl colourful christmas scene

(Image credit: Lidl)

We love this Christmas village scene (above) because of those lovely, cheery colours! It's super bright and joyful... we think it'd look fab in a kids room or in a living room, alike. 

What's more, they're all fitted with a six hour timer with automatic daily repetition so with the flick of a switch you can have them glowing at your desired time of day. Plus, Lidl has integrated seven energy-saving and long-life LEDs into these display pieces, powered by batteries which are included. (Hurrah!)

Lidl Christmas village and woodland

(Image credit: Lidl)

For £12.99 a pop, you can have any one of these gorgeous Christmas display scenes glowing cheerily in your home. It's only right that Lidl is delivering on price, efficiency, style and festive spirit all at once... it is Christmas after all. However, it isn't a one-Christmas-hit-wonder; sold with a three year warranty, you can be sure to be boasting this cute, rustic display piece for years to come. 

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