Hey friends, same decoration every year, you want to make something different, but still feel festival? This year, let’s make our home a cozy but special space by adding these tiny touches. We can choose the traditions like decorating the home with wreaths, holly and pre-lit Christmas trees, that’s should be funnier doing the following friendly DIY crafts if you like to.
Instead of spending money on store-bought decor, work with two things you probably already have on hand — holiday cards and wrapping gifts. Not only will this help cheer up a dull spot in your home, but it will also keep your mail pile from overflowing and your Christmas tree base from overcrowding. Here, a tree-shaped cardholder is stacked on a gift-filled bar cart, adding holiday cheer to an otherwise basic foyer.
Whether they’re your kid’s old toys or your grandmother’s old decorations, inexpensive plastic figurines can become an elegant part of your holiday decor with a quick makeover. All you need is basic glue and German glass glitter to make these simple objects look high-end.
These shimmering ice lanterns only require water, plastic containers and a chill in the air. Make them as large or small as you’d like, and watch your front porch come to life without purchasing a thing.
Dress up any spot in your home with the addition of a pom-pom garland or two. They’re easy enough for even kids to make, so set aside an afternoon for family crafting. Choose yarn in whatever color(s) you desire, grab a pair of scissors and a scrap piece of wood, and string together some holiday cheer.
Dress up our mini holiday tree with upcycled decor and materials from around the house. To dress up our tabletop tree, everyday items and organic outdoor objects were transformed into holiday decor. Except string the lights, we can use the dried orange slices, popcorn, inexpensive grocery store greenery, cranberries, and cinnamon sticks bring a bare tree to life. String small objects together to create a garland, and hang larger items directly on the tree.
Tip: Beware of toppers that are heavy. They have to sit on the flimsiest part of your tree for several weeks so make sure your topper isn't in danger of toppling.
A large banner is a great way to create a major impact on a minor budget. This beautiful, upholstered option is perfect for the craft lover. Chipboard letters are covered in pretty fabric to achieve a high-end look. Feeling extra crafty? Make some extra letters while you’re at it to reuse these beauties for birthdays, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Easter or any other occasion worth celebrating.
If your decor leans more toward a rustic aesthetic, try this take instead. Cut your own wood slices to save some money, and follow our easy tutorial to customize them using permanent markers and transfer paper.
Put old holiday sweaters that are collecting dust to good use. These adorable tabletop trees are made from cork-backed foam core board and whatever festive fabric scraps you have on hand. They’re the perfect way to dress up a boring shelf or create an eye-catching tablescape.
Holiday wreaths can be pricey. Try this playful twist on a standard wreath instead. Wrap sections of rope with fine-gauge wire, working it between the rope's twists. Next, shape into letters to spell out a favorite holiday sentiment. Finally, hang the letters from the pretty, festive ribbon.
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