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Easy DIY Christmas Decorations ideas - Homemade idea

Here are some DIY Christmas decor ideas that will save you money without making you compromise a gorgeous,

Posted By- Khyati Rathod | Posted On - Nov 17, 2020


The holidays are here, which means 'this is the season to spend all your money on festive decor and thoughtful gifts, right? Well, this is not necessarily. If you want to recreate some stylish and seasonal Christmas decorations yourself, you will end up saving a ton of money with decoration ideas. So we are here with some DIY Christmas decor ideas that will save you money without making you compromise a gorgeous, decked-out holiday home with simple ideas. Whether you want something modern or traditional, understated or totally bold then you come to the right place.


1. Brace ring wreath

These brass ring DIY wreaths are from Sugar and Charm are the perfect activity to help you get in the holiday mood. They are also pretty and understated enough to stay up after the holiday is over.


2. Black Paper Tablecloth

Ditch a fussy tablecloth and use black butcher paper instead. This way, you can decorate it however you want. You can channel your inner artist with a paint pen and draw on decorative details and customize place cards, and hey, it makes cleaning up after a holiday dinner much easier.


3. Coffee filter Garland

You really can use anything to make pretty DIY Christmas decorations if you know where to look and how to do it. This mock floral garland is made out of coffee filters this looks great even this one in your budget. If you don't have any of those lying around, you can use tissue paper, and make an afternoon of it. 



4. Garland Accents

Fresh garlands look so gorgeous but customize yours to give it a touch of fun and to ensure it fits in with the existing environment. Grab some construction paper in vibrant colors and then cut out some seasonal shapes. Then glue them together and hang them from your garland. To make it all match, tie a ribbon in a corresponding color around the end of the banister.


5. Canvas campfire

Here's another way to fake the cozy fireplace experience. Draw a fake fireplace with painted chalk on canvas, hang your masterpiece from the wall, add stockings, and then surround it with floor cushions and blankets. This will be a total lifesaver if you live in a small apartment but still want to go big on the Christmas decor. Slide up a teeny tree for the full Christmas effect.


6. Garland Advent Calendar

Turn a kitchen garland into an Advent calendar. Attach a ribbon across it and then hang little tin containers labeled with the day of the month and fill them with treats.