DIY Decorations Ideas For This Christmas
It’s relatively easy to create an inviting winter wonderland.
Card Tree for Christmas
There will be a lot of Christmas cards you receive (which isn’t a bad thing), so choose the ones to display on your wall. Make a Christmas tree shape with them for a festive look. With the help of a stand, you can also create a card tree.
Ribbon Tree Decor
If you have won ribbons as a kid, there’s no reason you can’t hang some on your Christmas tree. Combine colorful ribbons to make a playful garland. The party ribbon can also be used to decorate the Christmas tree with a unique look.
Christmas Chalkboard Sign
Santa and Rudolf are sure to appreciate a handwritten chalkboard greeting when they swing by for milk and cookies. To do something fun is a different idea for Christmas.
Icy Skate Wreath
Consider this ice skates wreath with pom-poms and silver ornaments, rather than the traditional wreath. you also can decore the wreath with ribbons and colorful balls.
Creating Citrus Garland
Who said fruits weren’t suitable for Christmas decor? Consider making your very own garlands out of dried citrus. Assemble it with twine, nylon thread, or wire.
Decorative Leaf Garland
Decorate your wall with garland to show off your creativity. To finish off the look, add some fun red jingle bells. You also can make your dinner table look festive with garland and bells. Moreover, garlands can be used in other parts of your house. Moreover, Line a staircase with battery-operated candles and garlands to make sure Santa can find his way at night.
Are you looking for a quick and easy way to make a garland look more impressive? Wrap garland in red berries and hang a wreath of the same design to create a stunning Christmas entrance.
As part of your Christmas decorations, you can have big and small silver balls, as well as silver-colored ribbons. This will make a very nice display. Moreover, you can decorate it with snowflakes wall hangings.
Stock your living room with a variety of stockings in a festive plaid pattern to make it even cozier.
Throwing a cozy throw pillow into the mix will make watching holiday movies way more enjoyable. Add a red pillow with white ribbon and a bit of greenery to liven up any chair or sofa.
Dress Up a Twig Tree
An affordable decoration option is to spray paint twigs and add mini ornaments to them. How cool is that? You don’t have to water it.
Wrap gifts in a variety of ways
Practice your wrapping skills on leftover Amazon boxes (you know you have them) for an instant outdoor display before wrapping real gifts.
Create Your Own “Tree”
On an empty wall or in a hallway, style a mini version with yarn. Invite the kids to decorate it with paper-circle “ornaments” attached with tape.
Vintage Santa Claus mugs are a cute way to display potted plants in winter.
Decore with Snowflakes
Decorate your tea coaster with snowflakes or decorate your door with snowflakes. You can also use snowflakes lights for decoration.
For the countdown to Christmas, you can place a lightbox under the tree (until it’s time for presents, of course).
Mini Wreaths to Hang
I think a mini wreath is a perfect size to serve as an extra decoration.
DIY Door Bells
On the front door or above the mantel, hang these “bells,” made from mini Bundt pans and molds. Assemble mini molds and Bundt pans into bell shapes and attach with epoxy. Create the clappers by hot-gluing small ornaments to the bottom. Attach ribbon loops and a bow to the top for hanging. Decorate with greenery, if desired.
Decorate your door with candy canes
Make your own Candyland welcome with these wreath and swag ideas. Arrange candy canes in a circle so that the hooks all point in the same direction. Attach with hot glue (don’t worry if the ends don’t line up, as they will be covered). Place peppermint candies in the center, overlapping them slightly and gluing them down. To hang, thread a ribbon through two candy canes.
Make a DIY Book Shelf
Decorate bookshelves with a color-coordinated “spine” tree. Between the books, plant bottlebrush trees and other seasonal plants.