Christmas decoration can make a huge hole in your pocket, whether you’re going for something grand or simple. But if you can make some DIY Christmas decoration within the comforts of your home, it can save a lot of your money. So elevate the decoration of your house with these fancy homemade Christmas decoration ideas. It’s sure to give a festive display.
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If you want to turn your beautiful, flocked Christmas tree into a winter wonderland, place these wonderful and adorable sleds on its branches. You just need some popsicle sticks, a few jingle bells, paint, hot glue gun, baker’s twine and a few evergreen sprigs to create these magnificent homemade Christmas decorations.
DIY Rustic Light Up Christmas Sign:
Here’s another wonderful homemade item to include in your rustic decoration. This DIY sign can be made in just a matter of time if you follow the instructions properly. And believe me, it will look more than beautiful placed on your mantelpiece.
Chalk Pen Galvanized Bucket:
If you’re looking for some of the ideas homemade Christmas decoration ideas, look no further than this. All you need to do is stuff the galvanized buckets with pine and string lights, draw a festive message and decorate with ribbons.
Can you name all the reindeer in this garland? No? No worries, you can at least make this wonderful garland to decorate your mantelpiece.
Handmade Christmas Tree Ornaments:
How beautiful are these string and brass tacks? Very beautiful, right? Just imagine how beautiful it will look hung on your Christmas tree. So hunt your drawer or cabinet or bring some Styrofoam balls from the nearby store to make these ornaments. The studs or tacks will add a glamorous look while the kitchen twine will lend a rustic touch to these homemade Christmas tree ornaments.
Snow Covered Pine Cones:
This is one of the easiest and classiest homemade decoration you can make, especially if you’re lucky enough to have a pinecone tree in your backyard. You and your kids can collect dozens of pinecones to create this wonderful decoration. Arrange in in a wooden box or shelf along with leaves to make it a rustic decoration.
Rustic Table Runner:
If you want to add a sophisticated look to your Christmas décor, deck your table with a burlap table runner. The ruffled trim, especially, is looking the prettiest.
Floral Tree Garland:
Don’t feel skeptical replacing traditional ornaments and lights with something different like this floral tree. Only different makes you stand out from the rest.
A Snowy Christmas Tree:
If you want to create a white Christmas look, try emulating this snowy Christmas tree. All you need to do is dust you tree with polyfill batting. It will give the appearance of snow.
The Golden Cornucopias:
If you truly want to surprise the little ones in your family hang beautiful golden cornucopias from your Christmas tree. The method is really easy. Just make a beautiful beautify with ribbons and fill it with candies of your choice like truffles, Ferrero Rocher or Hershey’s Kisses.
Wooden Pallet Tree:
If you have a wooden crate in your house, you can consider making this wood pallet tree. Paint a Christmas tree on the wooden palette and decorate it with pompoms of different sizes to make it look like Christmas ornaments.
Felt Tree Skirt:
If you’re ready to give up the typical holiday colors, then opt for the charming blue and magenta Christmas tree skirt. The swirled patterns, inspired by Scandinavian designs are elevating the skirt to greater heights.
Do you know these plastic spoon trees are one of the most popular homemade Christmas decoration ideas in Pinterest? And why wouldn’t it be! Just see how unique it looks!
To create these gorgeous ombre trees, you need cover the topiary forms with layers of ombre patterns. Just pick the colors, which you think will go best with your holiday décor.
Glittery Light Ornaments:
Christmas trees these days may come laden with LED lights, but nothing can take up the place of old fashioned lights. Give a coat of glitter paint and be rest assured that the bulbs will never burn out. Store them carefully to hand over from generation to generation.
Mason Jar Christmas Tree:
Those who are looking for ideas to decorate their entry table or mantel can take some inspiration from this mason jar Christmas tree. Fill the mason jars with greenery, ornaments and tinsels and arrange them in the shape of a pyramid. Wrap it with a bead garland and top it with a wooden or silver star.
Help your child count down to the Christmas eve by creating this stunning advent calendar by upcycling the old woolens into mini toboggans and mittens. It would be even better if you could fill the mittens with small treats.
If you really want to lend a glam factor to your Christmas decoration, try incorporating these glamorous iced branches. These diamond filler willow branches remind us of a frozen wintry landscape, sans the melting.
Here’s another easy peasy homemade Christmas decoration you can create in a jiffy. Just fill the lanterns with ornaments and baubles, decorate the lantern with ribbons, cranberries and pine branches and it’s ready for decoration.
Wood Burned Snowflake:
How about creating a stunning rustic ornament for your Christmas tree, something like this wood burned snowflake? Just paint a wood slice gold in the center and edges beige. Draw a beautiful snowflake pattern by using a wood burner and hang it on your Christmas tree or anywhere you like using a twine.
Twinkle Light Canvas:
If you want your friends and family to feel cozy in the harsh winter of December, create and place this “merry and bright” vignette on your shelf or mantelpiece. You can even consider hanging this vignette from your wall.
Upholstered Holiday Banner:
Welcome each of your family member by hanging this lovely upholstered banner on your wall or from your mantelpiece. And do you know what’s even more fascinating? You can swap the letters to create banners for other occasions and holidays. It will make even occasion worth celebrating.
A Snow Globe:
Technically, this decorative piece isn’t a snow globe as it doesn’t have snow. But since it’s made with toys and glass jar, it quite fits the bill. Some plastic figures of animals, Papier Mache house and glitter can help you create this sparkling decoration. Don’t you think it’s looking high end?
Rustic Christmas Banner:
Wooden banners look absolutely amazing if you’re following a rustic or country theme for your Christmas decoration. Wooden slices are very popular these days, so you’ll easily find them in a craft store. Then write the letters or make beautiful symbols and hang with a baker’s twine.
Wine Cork Reindeers:
How adorable are these wine cork reindeer? We can’t even fathom how stunning they’ll look hung from your door or tree. Just follow the instructions properly and these reindeer will be in front of your eyes in no time.
Hula Hoop Wreath:
No one would even be able to guess that this oversized wreath is made using Hula Hoop, twine and a few branches of evergreen plants. As shown in the picture, this wreath will look wonderful placed on the mantelpiece. Alternatively, you can even hang it on the wall.
Illuminated Grapevine Sphere:
These illuminated grapevine spheres topiaries will make an excellent addition to your porch, provided you use waterproof lights. Like the picture featured above, place it in a planter to brighten your entrance in the winter evening.
Card Christmas Tree:
If you’re wondering what to hang from your child’s room’s door, look no further than this card Christmas tree. You’ll need just a couple of wooden dowels, some old holiday cards and a few photos to make this unique homemade Christmas decoration.
Rustic Wood Candle Holders:
You don’t always have to opt expensive, store bought candle holders to light your house during the holidays. This rustic candle holder, made using wood barks will get you more accolades than readymade candle holders.
Glitter Twine Ball:
Make one of the most creative toppers for your Christmas tree by following the tutorial mentioned in the link above. All you need to do is wrap a twine around the balloon to make a ball and keep it secured in a place using Mod Podge. When the project has dried completely, prick the balloon and you’ll get a glittery decoration for the lights to shine through.
We hope you liked our collection of homemade Christmas decoration ideas. We’d love to know your favorites too. So leave us a comment telling your favorite homemade Christmas decoration ideas below.