• 65 Christmas Decorations That Take Your Decor To The Next Level

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    Christmas decorations bring a festive spirit to your home. Inside and out. Most of us buy our Christmas decorations from the store.

    But this lacks a certain charm. Your house can end up looking like every other house on the block. But not if you make your own Christmas decor.

    Making your own Christmas decorations really gives your home an extra special touch. It also ensures that your house will look unique. It can also be even cheaper than buying Christmas decorations.

    Here are 65 DIY Christmas decorations that will make your holiday bright:

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



    1) Modern Hoop Wreath

    This project puts a modern spin on the traditional Christmas wreath. It’s made from some hoops, floral wire, greens and flowers. Get the details on how to make it here.

     

    Sugar and Charm Source: Sugar and Charm



    2) Orange Garland

    Give your Christmas tree a natural look this winter with some orange garland. You can also decorate a wreath or your railings. Learn how to make this orange garland here.

     

    3) Jumbo Wooden Lights

    These jumbo wooden lights make a real statement. You can make these for a small fraction of what you’d pay in the store, though you probably wouldn’t find them in a store. Learn how to make them here.

     

    Sugar and Cloth Source: Sugar and Cloth





    4) Paper Candle Ornaments

    These adorable candle ornaments were made from paper. Paper and baking cups. Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    The House That Lars Built Source: The House That Lars Built



     

     

     

    5) Rudolph Ornaments

     

     

    These pastel Rudolph ornaments are so chic. They’d go perfect on a pastel or white tree. Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Studio DIY Source: Studio DIY



     

     

     

    6) Tiny Wooden Trees

     

     

    These tiny wooden trees make for some elegant Christmas decor. You can make them cone shaped or triangular. You can find the instructions on how to make them here.

     

     

    Sugar and Cltoh Source: Sugar and Cltoh



     

     

     

    7) Wood Bead Snowflake

     

     

    These are some Scandanavian inspired ornaments. They’re made with wooden beads and wire. Get the full tutorial here.

     

     

    Alica andLois Source: Alica andLois



     

     

     

    8) Snowy House Advent Calendar

     

     

    This DIY advent calendar goes great with rustic decor. Just construct these tiny houses and hide some candy underneath them. You can learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Sugar and Charm Source: Sugar and Charm



     

     

     

    9) Paper House Ornaments

     

     

    These paper house ornaments look like they’re illuminated when hung on a well lit tree. They’re easy to assemble once you get the template. Get all the info here.

     

     

    Lia Griffith Source: Lia Griffith



     

     

     

    10) Marbled Ornaments

     

     

    You can make customized ornaments that will match your tree and specialize decor. Just select your paint for these marbelized ornaments wisely. You can find the instructions on how to make them here.

     

     

    Sugar and Charm Source: Sugar and Charm



     

     

     

    11) Felt Garland

     

     

    Felt garland will bring color to any tree or Christmas display. You can use colors that will match any decor. Learn how to make it here.

     

     

    Tell, Love, and Party Source: Tell, Love, and Party



     

     

     

    12) Stick Tree

     

     

    You can create a Christmas tree just about anywhere. All you need is a jar, some ornaments, and a stick. Get the details here.

     

     

    The Lovely Drawer Source: The Lovely Drawer

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    13) Galvanized Chalk Buckets

     

     

    This is a super simple project that can really make a statement. Just toss some pine sprigs in a galvenized bucket and put some fairy lights on it. Add a ribbon and use a chalk pen to write your letters. Get more info here.

     

     

    Finding Home Farms Source: Finding Home Farms



     

     

     

    14) Floral Tree

     

     

    Want to do something different with your tree this year? This floral tree design will bring a lot of color to your Christmas tree. Learn how it was done here.

     

     

    Design Love Fest Source: Design Love Fest



     

     

     

    15) Christmas Lantern

     

     

    These Christmas lanterns will make the entrance to your home look super festive. Just get a lantern and fill it with some ornaments. Learn more about making these Christmas lanterns here.

     



     

    Dimples and Tangles Source: Dimples and Tangles



     

     

     

    16) Spoon Tree

     

     

    You can use plastic spoons to create these adorable trees. Spraypaint them any color to match your decor. You can find the tutorial here.

     

     

    One Project Closer Source: One Project Closer



     

     

     

    17) Ornament Wreath

     

     

    These ornament wreaths make for a dazzling Christmas display. You just need a wreath frame, some ornaments, garland, and a glue gun. You can find the tutorial for this project here.

     

     

    The Crafted Life Source: The Crafted Life



     

     

     

    18) Birch Centerpiece

     

     

    This winter wonderland centerpiece creates a great focal point on your table. It could be inexpensively made with minimal assembly time. Get more info here.

     

     

    The Sweet Escape Source: The Sweet Escape



     

     

     

    19) Peg Board Christmas Tree

     

     

    Not interesting in picking up tree needles? Make a festive pegboard tree. Learn how here.

     

     

    Sugar and Cloth Source: Sugar and Cloth



     

     

     

    20) Burlap Wreath

     

     

    This burlap wreath couldn’t be easier to make. Wrap a styrofoam hoop with some burlap ribbon and add some sprigs of pine and other decor. The instructions for this project are here.

     

     

    Love of Family and Home Source: Love of Family and Home



     

     

     

    21) Dipped Bottle Brush Trees

     

     

    Have a corner that needs some Christmas flare? Grab some bottle brushes from the dollar store and some food coloring. Use cork for the base. Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Studio DIY Source: Studio DIY



     

     

     

    22) Kissing Ball

     

     

    Tired of mistletoe? Make a pretty kissing ball! Get the instructions here.

     

     

    Crafts Unleashed Source: Crafts Unleashed



     

     

     

    23) Woodslice Rudolph

     

     

    These woodslices are decorated to look like Rudolph. You just need to drill some holes into them. Learn more here.

     

     

    The Inspiration Edit Source: The Inspiration Edit



     

     

     

    24) Book Snowflakes

     

     

    These pretty snowflakes were made from book pages. And don’t forget the glitter! You can find the tutorial here.

     

     

    Tifani Lyn Source: Tifani Lyn



     

     

     

    25) Mini Winter Hat Ornaments

     

     

    These are so freaking cute. They’re tiny little winter hats! Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Left of Peninsula Road Source: Left of Peninsula Road



     

     

     

    26) Gold Lettered Ornaments

     

     

    These ornaments are super classy. And very easy to make. You can find the instructions here.

     

     

    Ting and Things Source: Ting and Things



     

     

     

    27) Cinammon Stick Ornaments

     

     

    These ornaments are adorable and will make your house smell great. They also go well with rustic decor. Learn how to make them by watching the video.

     

     

     

     

     

    Source: Factory Direct Craft

     



     

     

    28) Embroidery Hoop Ornaments

     

     

    I just love these embroidery hoop ornaments. You can use a simple stitch to create this look or just paint on your black fabric. You’ll find the tutorial here.

     

     

    Flamingo Toes Source: Flamingo Toes

     



     

     

    29) Ribbon and Stick Tree Ornament

     

     

    These ornaments are incredibly simple to make and look oh so cute. Just pick out different types of ribbon to tie onto your stick. Details can be found here.

     

     

    Fireflies + Mud Pies Source: Fireflies + Mud Pies



     

     

     

    30) Sprinkle Ornaments

     

     

    Going with a gingerbread house candy theme with your Christmas decor? These sprinkle filled clear ornaments are perfect. Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Gimme Some Oven Source: Gimme Some Oven



     

     

     

    31) Travel Ornaments

     

     

    These personalized ornaments were made with mason jar lids. They show your hometown or can be used to show the places you’ve traveled to. Get the instructions here.

     

     

    Happy Mothering Source: Happy Mothering



     

     

     

    32) Rustic Embroidery Hoop

     

     

    These ornaments are really unique looking. Just place some festive material into the back of an embroidery hoop and add some greenery and pine cones. Get more details here.

     

     

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    33) Rose Wreath

     

     

    This festive wreath is made from felt rosettes. It uses various shades of green to break up the color pallette. Find the instructions here.

     

     

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    34) Sled Ornaments

     

     

    These sleds look exceptionally nice considering they are made from popsicle sticks. The use of grey paint instead of white gives it a more expensive look. Learn more here.

     

     

    Clean & Scentsible Source: Clean & Scentsible



     

     

     

    35) Oh What Fun

     

     

    This sign is so fun! Just cut out some felt letters and tie them to string. Hang over some greenery.

     

     

    Modsy Source: Modsy



     

     

     

    36) Wooden Snowflakes

     

     

    These stick snowflakes are great for a natural looking tree design. Just find some sticks and glue them together. Then add some buttons.

     

     

    Little Things Bring Smiles Source: Little Things Bring Smiles



     

     

     

    37) Letter Garland

     

     

    Spruce up your fireplace mantel with this project. Just make some letters from wire and greenery and attach a ribbon for hanging. Get the tutorial here.

     

     

    Studio D Source: Studio D



     

     

     

    38) Photo Ornaments

     

     

    These photos ornaments look great and were simple to make. Just Mod Podge a photo a wooden piece. Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Simple As That Source: Simple As That



     

     

     

    39) Snowman Hat and Christmas Tree

     

     

    Frosty seems to have lost his hat. But he can find it this year on your Christmas tree if you make him one. Here‘s the tutorial.

     

     

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    40) Gift Bow Wreath

     

     

    Here we have another adorable Christmas wreath. It’s made with a Stryrofoam wreath. Just glue bows to it.

     

     

    Studio D Source: Studio D



     

     

     

    41) Mini Mittens

     

     

    These decorations go perfect with the winter hat ornaments. Just knit some teeny tiny mittens. Learn how here.

     

     

    Just Crafty Enough Source: Just Crafty Enough



     

     

     

    42) Log Snowmen

     

     

    This log snowman is a real show stopper. It’s made from log slices. Get the instructions here.

     

     

    Crafty Morning Source: Crafty Morning



     

     

     

    43) Faux Macaron Ornament

     

     

    This is another ornament that would look great on a gingerbread theme tree. These ornaments are made from clay or fondant. Get the instructions on how to make them here.

     

     

    Creative Juice Source: Creative Juice



     

     

     

    44) Giant Ornaments

     

     

    This is another project that will make your house the best decorated on the block. They are made from plastic play balls and deli containers. You can find the tutorial here.

     

     

    Hallmark Channel Source: Hallmark Channel



     

     

     

    45) Hanging Christmas Planter

     

     

    Jazz up your hanging planters for Christmas. Fill a hanging planter with Christmas tree sprigs. Then add your lights and ornaments.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    46) Wine Cork Wreath

     

     

    You might have to drink a lot of wine to make this project. So, get to drinking! Get a wreath form and glue wine corks to it. Then add some pieces of greenery, berries, and ornaments to it.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 2 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 2 Sons



     

     

     

    47) Christmas Light Globe

     

     

    Illuminate the front of your home with some Christmas light globes. Just cover a wire hanging basket with lights. Learn more here.

     

     

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    48) Stair Spindle Snowman

     

     

    Stair spindles can be turned into adorable snowmen. Just paint them white and give them a face. Then you can put little hats and scarves on them.

     

     

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    49) Crazy Christmas Bowls

     

     

    These crazy Christmas bowls are lots of fun. Just fill a bowl with some sparkley ornamenmts. Put some bowls and other tall decor sticking out the top of it.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    50) Character Wine Glass Candle Holder

     

     

    These wine glasses make great candle holders. Just flip them over and paint them to look like characters. Place a candle votive on top.

     

     

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    51) Fishbowl Snowman

     

     

    This fishbowl snowman gives you a lot to look at. Fill three fishbowls with a Christmas scene of your choosing and let the fishbowls sit on top of one another. Place a hat on top.

     

     

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    52) Giant Christmas Light Up Balls

     

     

    These are giant Christmas light up balls are for your yard. They are made from lare balls of chicken wire. Get the details here.

     

     

    Christmas Light Set Source: Christmas Light Set



     

     

     

    53) Sliding Penguins

     

     

    Glue some cotton to pieces of cloth and tie the cloth to your stairs. You can add some light underneath the cotton if you want it to light up. Then pin your penguins to the cloth.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    54) Illuminated Snowman

     

     

    This illuminated snowman is built from plastic cups. Just stack and glue. Get the tutorial here.

     

     

    Wonderful DIY Source: Wonderful DIY



     

     

     

    55) Shutters

     

     

    Got some old shutters? Don’t send them to the trash! Paint them to look like snowmen or other Christmas characters.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    56) Tire Ornaments

     

     

    Save your bum tires and turn them into ornaments. Just spraypaint them and top it off with a bucket. Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Addicted 2 DIY Source: Addicted 2 DIY



     

     

     

    57) Melting Frosty

     

     

    Awww, it’s melting Frosty. This project is kind of sad but it’s real easy to make. You just need some cotton, a styrofoam ball, and items to decorate your snowman. Like a hat, pipe, scarf, and pom poms to make his eyes, nose, and buttons.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    58) Pallet Tree

     

     

    Old pallets can be transformed into some beautiful Christmas decor. Just paint it white and add some nails in it in the shape of a tree. Wrap string lights around the nails and hang some ornaments from the string. Top it off with a star and use a halved log as the tree stump.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    59) Candy Cane Stocking Holder

     

     

    Don’t have a fireplace? Hang your stockings from a coat rack. Paint it white, add some ribbon, and give it a Santa hat. Just add extra hooks where you need it.

     

     

    Connie Edwards Source: Connie Edwards



     

     

     

    60) Hanging Ornamemnt Window Display

     

     

    Doll up any window for Christmas with a hanging ornament display. Place a tension rod in your window and wrap it with greenery. Then hang ornaments from ribbon from your tension rod.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    61) Framed Ornaments

     

     

    Grab a picture frame and paint it red or another Christmas color. Glue a bow to the top and hang some ornaments from your frame. Of you can buy one here.



     

     

    Etsy Source: Etsy



     

    62) Christmas Table Decor

     

     

    Make your Christmas party extra special by turning your crockery into snowmen. Place a small plate on top of a large plate and use a red cloth napkin to create a scarf. Use a black napkin square to make the hat. Use the knife as his hat brim and a fork and spoon as his hands. You can also use carrots and olives to give him a face, nose, and buttons.

     

     

    Stager Linda Source: Stager Linda



     

     

     

    63) Balloon Lights

     

     

    Blow up balloons and use Elmer’s glue to glue them to green Solo cups. Use wire tinsel to hang your ballon lights. It will look like a string of Christmas lights.

     

     

    Kitche Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitche Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    64) Tree Branch Christmas Tree

     

     

    I am in love with this tree branch Christmas tree. It uses twine to suspend tree branches that form the shape of a tree. You can find the tutorial by using Google Translate here.

     

     

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    65) Clothespin and Bead Wreath

     

     

    Use wire, clothespins, and beads to make this festive wreath. Just spraypaint the clothespins with green spraypaint. Learn how to make it here.

     

     

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  • 65 Christmas Decorations That Take Your Decor To The Next Level

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    Christmas decorations bring a festive spirit to your home. Inside and out. Most of us buy our Christmas decorations from the store.

    But this lacks a certain charm. Your house can end up looking like every other house on the block. But not if you make your own Christmas decor.

    Making your own Christmas decorations really gives your home an extra special touch. It also ensures that your house will look unique. It can also be even cheaper than buying Christmas decorations.

    Here are 65 DIY Christmas decorations that will make your holiday bright:

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



    1) Modern Hoop Wreath

    This project puts a modern spin on the traditional Christmas wreath. It’s made from some hoops, floral wire, greens and flowers. Get the details on how to make it here.

     

    Sugar and Charm Source: Sugar and Charm



    2) Orange Garland

    Give your Christmas tree a natural look this winter with some orange garland. You can also decorate a wreath or your railings. Learn how to make this orange garland here.

     

    3) Jumbo Wooden Lights

    These jumbo wooden lights make a real statement. You can make these for a small fraction of what you’d pay in the store, though you probably wouldn’t find them in a store. Learn how to make them here.

     

    Sugar and Cloth Source: Sugar and Cloth





    4) Paper Candle Ornaments

    These adorable candle ornaments were made from paper. Paper and baking cups. Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    The House That Lars Built Source: The House That Lars Built



     

     

     

    5) Rudolph Ornaments

     

     

    These pastel Rudolph ornaments are so chic. They’d go perfect on a pastel or white tree. Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Studio DIY Source: Studio DIY



     

     

     

    6) Tiny Wooden Trees

     

     

    These tiny wooden trees make for some elegant Christmas decor. You can make them cone shaped or triangular. You can find the instructions on how to make them here.

     

     

    Sugar and Cltoh Source: Sugar and Cltoh



     

     

     

    7) Wood Bead Snowflake

     

     

    These are some Scandanavian inspired ornaments. They’re made with wooden beads and wire. Get the full tutorial here.

     

     

    Alica andLois Source: Alica andLois



     

     

     

    8) Snowy House Advent Calendar

     

     

    This DIY advent calendar goes great with rustic decor. Just construct these tiny houses and hide some candy underneath them. You can learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Sugar and Charm Source: Sugar and Charm



     

     

     

    9) Paper House Ornaments

     

     

    These paper house ornaments look like they’re illuminated when hung on a well lit tree. They’re easy to assemble once you get the template. Get all the info here.

     

     

    Lia Griffith Source: Lia Griffith



     

     

     

    10) Marbled Ornaments

     

     

    You can make customized ornaments that will match your tree and specialize decor. Just select your paint for these marbelized ornaments wisely. You can find the instructions on how to make them here.

     

     

    Sugar and Charm Source: Sugar and Charm



     

     

     

    11) Felt Garland

     

     

    Felt garland will bring color to any tree or Christmas display. You can use colors that will match any decor. Learn how to make it here.

     

     

    Tell, Love, and Party Source: Tell, Love, and Party



     

     

     

    12) Stick Tree

     

     

    You can create a Christmas tree just about anywhere. All you need is a jar, some ornaments, and a stick. Get the details here.

     

     

    The Lovely Drawer Source: The Lovely Drawer

    v

     

     

     

    13) Galvanized Chalk Buckets

     

     

    This is a super simple project that can really make a statement. Just toss some pine sprigs in a galvenized bucket and put some fairy lights on it. Add a ribbon and use a chalk pen to write your letters. Get more info here.

     

     

    Finding Home Farms Source: Finding Home Farms



     

     

     

    14) Floral Tree

     

     

    Want to do something different with your tree this year? This floral tree design will bring a lot of color to your Christmas tree. Learn how it was done here.

     

     

    Design Love Fest Source: Design Love Fest



     

     

     

    15) Christmas Lantern

     

     

    These Christmas lanterns will make the entrance to your home look super festive. Just get a lantern and fill it with some ornaments. Learn more about making these Christmas lanterns here.

     



     

    Dimples and Tangles Source: Dimples and Tangles



     

     

     

    16) Spoon Tree

     

     

    You can use plastic spoons to create these adorable trees. Spraypaint them any color to match your decor. You can find the tutorial here.

     

     

    One Project Closer Source: One Project Closer



     

     

     

    17) Ornament Wreath

     

     

    These ornament wreaths make for a dazzling Christmas display. You just need a wreath frame, some ornaments, garland, and a glue gun. You can find the tutorial for this project here.

     

     

    The Crafted Life Source: The Crafted Life



     

     

     

    18) Birch Centerpiece

     

     

    This winter wonderland centerpiece creates a great focal point on your table. It could be inexpensively made with minimal assembly time. Get more info here.

     

     

    The Sweet Escape Source: The Sweet Escape



     

     

     

    19) Peg Board Christmas Tree

     

     

    Not interesting in picking up tree needles? Make a festive pegboard tree. Learn how here.

     

     

    Sugar and Cloth Source: Sugar and Cloth



     

     

     

    20) Burlap Wreath

     

     

    This burlap wreath couldn’t be easier to make. Wrap a styrofoam hoop with some burlap ribbon and add some sprigs of pine and other decor. The instructions for this project are here.

     

     

    Love of Family and Home Source: Love of Family and Home



     

     

     

    21) Dipped Bottle Brush Trees

     

     

    Have a corner that needs some Christmas flare? Grab some bottle brushes from the dollar store and some food coloring. Use cork for the base. Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Studio DIY Source: Studio DIY



     

     

     

    22) Kissing Ball

     

     

    Tired of mistletoe? Make a pretty kissing ball! Get the instructions here.

     

     

    Crafts Unleashed Source: Crafts Unleashed



     

     

     

    23) Woodslice Rudolph

     

     

    These woodslices are decorated to look like Rudolph. You just need to drill some holes into them. Learn more here.

     

     

    The Inspiration Edit Source: The Inspiration Edit



     

     

     

    24) Book Snowflakes

     

     

    These pretty snowflakes were made from book pages. And don’t forget the glitter! You can find the tutorial here.

     

     

    Tifani Lyn Source: Tifani Lyn



     

     

     

    25) Mini Winter Hat Ornaments

     

     

    These are so freaking cute. They’re tiny little winter hats! Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Left of Peninsula Road Source: Left of Peninsula Road



     

     

     

    26) Gold Lettered Ornaments

     

     

    These ornaments are super classy. And very easy to make. You can find the instructions here.

     

     

    Ting and Things Source: Ting and Things



     

     

     

    27) Cinammon Stick Ornaments

     

     

    These ornaments are adorable and will make your house smell great. They also go well with rustic decor. Learn how to make them by watching the video.

     

     

     

     

     

    Source: Factory Direct Craft

     



     

     

    28) Embroidery Hoop Ornaments

     

     

    I just love these embroidery hoop ornaments. You can use a simple stitch to create this look or just paint on your black fabric. You’ll find the tutorial here.

     

     

    Flamingo Toes Source: Flamingo Toes

     



     

     

    29) Ribbon and Stick Tree Ornament

     

     

    These ornaments are incredibly simple to make and look oh so cute. Just pick out different types of ribbon to tie onto your stick. Details can be found here.

     

     

    Fireflies + Mud Pies Source: Fireflies + Mud Pies



     

     

     

    30) Sprinkle Ornaments

     

     

    Going with a gingerbread house candy theme with your Christmas decor? These sprinkle filled clear ornaments are perfect. Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Gimme Some Oven Source: Gimme Some Oven



     

     

     

    31) Travel Ornaments

     

     

    These personalized ornaments were made with mason jar lids. They show your hometown or can be used to show the places you’ve traveled to. Get the instructions here.

     

     

    Happy Mothering Source: Happy Mothering



     

     

     

    32) Rustic Embroidery Hoop

     

     

    These ornaments are really unique looking. Just place some festive material into the back of an embroidery hoop and add some greenery and pine cones. Get more details here.

     

     

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    33) Rose Wreath

     

     

    This festive wreath is made from felt rosettes. It uses various shades of green to break up the color pallette. Find the instructions here.

     

     

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    34) Sled Ornaments

     

     

    These sleds look exceptionally nice considering they are made from popsicle sticks. The use of grey paint instead of white gives it a more expensive look. Learn more here.

     

     

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    35) Oh What Fun

     

     

    This sign is so fun! Just cut out some felt letters and tie them to string. Hang over some greenery.

     

     

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    36) Wooden Snowflakes

     

     

    These stick snowflakes are great for a natural looking tree design. Just find some sticks and glue them together. Then add some buttons.

     

     

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    37) Letter Garland

     

     

    Spruce up your fireplace mantel with this project. Just make some letters from wire and greenery and attach a ribbon for hanging. Get the tutorial here.

     

     

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    38) Photo Ornaments

     

     

    These photos ornaments look great and were simple to make. Just Mod Podge a photo a wooden piece. Learn how to make them here.

     

     

    Simple As That Source: Simple As That



     

     

     

    39) Snowman Hat and Christmas Tree

     

     

    Frosty seems to have lost his hat. But he can find it this year on your Christmas tree if you make him one. Here‘s the tutorial.

     

     

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    40) Gift Bow Wreath

     

     

    Here we have another adorable Christmas wreath. It’s made with a Stryrofoam wreath. Just glue bows to it.

     

     

    Studio D Source: Studio D



     

     

     

    41) Mini Mittens

     

     

    These decorations go perfect with the winter hat ornaments. Just knit some teeny tiny mittens. Learn how here.

     

     

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    42) Log Snowmen

     

     

    This log snowman is a real show stopper. It’s made from log slices. Get the instructions here.

     

     

    Crafty Morning Source: Crafty Morning



     

     

     

    43) Faux Macaron Ornament

     

     

    This is another ornament that would look great on a gingerbread theme tree. These ornaments are made from clay or fondant. Get the instructions on how to make them here.

     

     

    Creative Juice Source: Creative Juice



     

     

     

    44) Giant Ornaments

     

     

    This is another project that will make your house the best decorated on the block. They are made from plastic play balls and deli containers. You can find the tutorial here.

     

     

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    45) Hanging Christmas Planter

     

     

    Jazz up your hanging planters for Christmas. Fill a hanging planter with Christmas tree sprigs. Then add your lights and ornaments.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    46) Wine Cork Wreath

     

     

    You might have to drink a lot of wine to make this project. So, get to drinking! Get a wreath form and glue wine corks to it. Then add some pieces of greenery, berries, and ornaments to it.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 2 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 2 Sons



     

     

     

    47) Christmas Light Globe

     

     

    Illuminate the front of your home with some Christmas light globes. Just cover a wire hanging basket with lights. Learn more here.

     

     

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    48) Stair Spindle Snowman

     

     

    Stair spindles can be turned into adorable snowmen. Just paint them white and give them a face. Then you can put little hats and scarves on them.

     

     

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    49) Crazy Christmas Bowls

     

     

    These crazy Christmas bowls are lots of fun. Just fill a bowl with some sparkley ornamenmts. Put some bowls and other tall decor sticking out the top of it.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    50) Character Wine Glass Candle Holder

     

     

    These wine glasses make great candle holders. Just flip them over and paint them to look like characters. Place a candle votive on top.

     

     

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    51) Fishbowl Snowman

     

     

    This fishbowl snowman gives you a lot to look at. Fill three fishbowls with a Christmas scene of your choosing and let the fishbowls sit on top of one another. Place a hat on top.

     

     

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    52) Giant Christmas Light Up Balls

     

     

    These are giant Christmas light up balls are for your yard. They are made from lare balls of chicken wire. Get the details here.

     

     

    Christmas Light Set Source: Christmas Light Set



     

     

     

    53) Sliding Penguins

     

     

    Glue some cotton to pieces of cloth and tie the cloth to your stairs. You can add some light underneath the cotton if you want it to light up. Then pin your penguins to the cloth.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    54) Illuminated Snowman

     

     

    This illuminated snowman is built from plastic cups. Just stack and glue. Get the tutorial here.

     

     

    Wonderful DIY Source: Wonderful DIY



     

     

     

    55) Shutters

     

     

    Got some old shutters? Don’t send them to the trash! Paint them to look like snowmen or other Christmas characters.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    56) Tire Ornaments

     

     

    Save your bum tires and turn them into ornaments. Just spraypaint them and top it off with a bucket. Learn how to make them here.

     

     

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    57) Melting Frosty

     

     

    Awww, it’s melting Frosty. This project is kind of sad but it’s real easy to make. You just need some cotton, a styrofoam ball, and items to decorate your snowman. Like a hat, pipe, scarf, and pom poms to make his eyes, nose, and buttons.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    58) Pallet Tree

     

     

    Old pallets can be transformed into some beautiful Christmas decor. Just paint it white and add some nails in it in the shape of a tree. Wrap string lights around the nails and hang some ornaments from the string. Top it off with a star and use a halved log as the tree stump.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    59) Candy Cane Stocking Holder

     

     

    Don’t have a fireplace? Hang your stockings from a coat rack. Paint it white, add some ribbon, and give it a Santa hat. Just add extra hooks where you need it.

     

     

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    60) Hanging Ornamemnt Window Display

     

     

    Doll up any window for Christmas with a hanging ornament display. Place a tension rod in your window and wrap it with greenery. Then hang ornaments from ribbon from your tension rod.

     

     

    Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    61) Framed Ornaments

     

     

    Grab a picture frame and paint it red or another Christmas color. Glue a bow to the top and hang some ornaments from your frame. Of you can buy one here.



     

     

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    62) Christmas Table Decor

     

     

    Make your Christmas party extra special by turning your crockery into snowmen. Place a small plate on top of a large plate and use a red cloth napkin to create a scarf. Use a black napkin square to make the hat. Use the knife as his hat brim and a fork and spoon as his hands. You can also use carrots and olives to give him a face, nose, and buttons.

     

     

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    63) Balloon Lights

     

     

    Blow up balloons and use Elmer’s glue to glue them to green Solo cups. Use wire tinsel to hang your ballon lights. It will look like a string of Christmas lights.

     

     

    Kitche Fun With My 3 Sons Source: Kitche Fun With My 3 Sons



     

     

     

    64) Tree Branch Christmas Tree

     

     

    I am in love with this tree branch Christmas tree. It uses twine to suspend tree branches that form the shape of a tree. You can find the tutorial by using Google Translate here.

     

     

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    65) Clothespin and Bead Wreath

     

     

    Use wire, clothespins, and beads to make this festive wreath. Just spraypaint the clothespins with green spraypaint. Learn how to make it here.

     

     

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