Holidays are coming soon,
It is time to take a long break,
Start prepping for the Christmas and keep your belly empty,
Because there is gonna be lots of treats and cakes!
Christmas is only a few months away. And one can never be too early to begin Christmas decoration. In this festive season, all we want is a kitchen full of treats and the rest of the home ready for the Christmas parties. But rather than splurging on stuff to deck your halls you can simply check out these Easy and Festive Indoor Christmas Decoration Ideas and Projects. Not just will it save your time but it will also be so much fun to make them.
From DIY ornaments to beautiful wreaths, you can about make everything on your own right there at home. Not to mention the sound of festive projects brings in a feeling of warmth and excitement. And the more you save here, the more you can spend on those lovely gifts for your special ones. If that isn’t the cherry on the top, then what is?
Easy and Festive Indoor Christmas Decoration Ideas and Projects
Colorful Holiday Garlands
Garlands are one of the easiest things to make and you can make them from anything. From paper to bulbs and from olive branches to eucalyptus, there is nothing much that you can’t use to dress up your mantels. You can even try for more than one layer of garlands this year. Multiple Christmas garlands will definitely bring in that extra festive feel.
Sparkling Mason Jars
If there is no glitter then there is no fun! Add some sparkle to your home with nothing but these three things – glitter, glue and empty glass jars. Apply clear glue to the inside of the jar and then sprinkle the glitter onto the wet glue. Make sure that the glitter covers all the areas and turn this sparkling jar into a sparkling lantern by placing a candle inside it.
Use That Scrabble!
It is time for you to dig out that Scrabble game which is eating dust and has seen many good days. Use the old Scrabble tiles to make cute little word ornaments for your Christmas tree. To make it more appealing you can use some beads and tiny jingle bells.
Wreaths for Windows
Don’t deprive your windows of holiday decorations. A grouping of wreaths will grace your windows with exactly what they are in need of. You can pick the classic Christmas colors and paint the leaves of a magnolia wreath red, white and green. Or you can instead make one feathery wreath or a willow wreath using willows and dried flowers.
Advent Calendar for the Bannister
Got some old men’s shirts buried in your closet? Because you are gonna need them to make one cool Advent calendar garland that will hang along the banister. All you need to do is to cut out pockets from these shirts, sew them with backing fabric and trace numbers on them. Add cute little buttons to finish the look.
Gold Dipped Bottle Brush Trees
These bottle brush trees are so adorable that you can’t resist having them. You will need white bottle brush trees, food coloring, spray bottle, gold nail polish, and some liquid gold leaf. Start by dying the trees and then brush the liquid gold along the tips of the tree’s bristles. Add a coat of gold glitter nail polish and your bottle brush trees are ready.
Brand New Pillows
Oh, no, I am not asking you to buy new pillows! I am telling you how you can transform those ordinary pillows into brand new ones which will make one great festive décor. Use some red ribbons and give your plain white pillows a candy-striped look. Or you can make new pillow covers using burlap with wooden letters painted on them. Or pick a plaid fleece blanket in festive colors and create a pillow cover from it.
A side table will come alive with a lovely bowl full of string snowflakes sitting atop it. These whimsical string snowballs can be made using some balloons, thin cotton twine, and glue. Wrap the string crisscross around the fist-sized balloon and then paint it with thinned glue mixture. Let it dry overnight and then pop the balloon. Your cute little string snowballs are ready to bring some festive touch to that poor neglected side table.
Snowy Table Runner
Turn a plain burlap table runner into a snowy one using a few pieces of stiff, white felt. Trace different shapes of snowflake onto the felt and then cut them using scissors. Attach these snowflakes to the burlap table runner with some glue and your table is ready for you.
Do you want that frozen look inside your house without any puddles on the floor? This is the best way to create it. You will need tree branches, glue, German glass glitter, and Colorfill Diamonds. Once you have applied glue to the branches roll them in the glitter and the Diamonds and let it dry. Now all you need to decide is how many will you make because they are so amazing you won’t help but fill every nook and corner with these frozen branches.
With so many ideas of Christmas décor, you bet your home would be ready for this festive season. All you need is to open up your crafty soul and have some fun with glitter and glue. Go crazy being crafty!