The fall has already begun and before you would even know it the winter will be here and so will be the Christmas! And with it begins the beautiful and joyous festive season. Ho-ho! Make your entire home look festive with these DIY Christmas Decoration Ideas for your Home. And if it’s a small studio, then don’t worry. Here you can see how to furnish it as well.
Time to stock up on all things that you will need to welcome the Santa this year.
You must have your Christmas decoration stuff all stored somewhere in the deep corner of your home. No problem with that but why not add a few more new things to it and bring out a fresh look this festive season? And if it’s the DIY things like these then you don’t even have to worry much about the budget. Here are some great decor ideas for your farmhouse.
DIY Christmas Decoration Ideas for your Home
Well, if it is a winter time then there must be the snow! You could be shocked with how much you can do with a spray adhesive. Let the glue settle in and then flick the faux snow all over your beautiful wreath and add that lovely snowy effect. Are you having trouble with removing the old wallpaper? Read this to know how to get rid of it.
Mini Christmas Trees
That big Christmas tree will surely have a proud place in your home but you just can’t turn your eyes away from these cute little mini Christmas trees. Lauren here has used Nordic print ribbon and with the help of couple more things has created a lovely little Christmas tree.
Pine Scented Candle
This Christmas, fill up your home with the lovely pine scent and a charming look to your home with these pine scented candles. You will need some soy wax chips and of course the pine scented oil. Give them the shape that your heart desires and bring in the fun! Want natural amazing smell in your home all the time? Then get these aromatic plants now.
Christmas Clock Advent Calendar
Counting the days until Christmas? This year, make your own Christmas clock advent calendar and put it on display that will just amaze everyone. You will need a board, wood glue, wood stain and clock hands. It’s super cheap and easy to make. So start right now.
Fairy Light Globes
Christmas comes and you dig out those fairy lights. But what about twisting them and make a fairy light globe this year? All you will need is the wire hanging basket, plier and paint if you want. That’s so cool, isn’t it? Now start making as much as you want.
Christmas Tree Mason Jar
It’s always feels amazing when you use little things and create something so lovely. Now, take these mason jars for instance. Using them and adding a coat of paint, you can create a lovely décor item for this Christmas. And it’s the easiest of all! This Chrstmas, give your kitchen too, a lovely new look.
Paper Christmas Lights Garland
You will need cardstocks in colours of your choice to make this lovely and colourful Christmas lights garland. Other than your usual craft material, you will also need a yarn or a ribbon to finish this cute project.
Vintage Christmas Lights
Since we are talking about lights and garlands then why not add a touch of vintage and enhance the look of your home with these custom Christmas lights. You will need to buy some light bulbs and paint. If you sum up the price you will realize that it isn’t really as expensive as it looks.
Snow Globe Terrariums
Oh, how lovely are these snow globe terrariums! Apothecary jars are filled up with faux snow, hide the mini lights in it and again cover it with the snow. Now add little trees, homes and village pieces that you can easily get from the Walmart and create a little Christmas world that looks indeed magical. Also, bring in positive vibes in your home with these tips.
Add some elegance and style with this lovely chic tree. Just bring in a petite branch, splash white colour on it, and put these metallic ornaments on it and you have a really amazing décor item ready to mesmerize everyone. It is so simple and elegant, isn’t it?
Whoa! That’s a lot of amazing ideas for Christmas decoration this year. After going through them wouldn’t you agree that the DIY is the best! Now, which one are you starting with?