It’s that time of the year again when most of us start searching for Christmas decor ideas, so today I am bringing a round-up of 20 Christmas decor ideas for the home that you won’t be able to resist.
If you are a bit handy and have some materials, we don’t need to spend an arm and a leg to make our house look cozy in this season.
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Get some scrap wood and a jig saw, a bit of paint and some twigs, and you’ll get the cutest wooden houses for any place in your home.
Do you have kids? This is a funny project to do with them, as you only need a piece of cardboard and yarn. You can make different sizes and colors.
Personalized Christmas Ornaments
They are a great way to add a special touch to your Christmas trees, as not only they are so cute, but you will have the memories year after year of your loved ones.
Do you have a piece of cardboard around? Then you can have a walk in the park to get some twigs and before you realize you’ll have these lovely tags.
Nordic Style Ornaments
These ornaments are a great family DIY because there are no scissors involved in the process. Offer your kids to tear the paper and some glitter, and it would turn into a funny project for them.
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Vases With Ornaments
Some vases filled up with pinecones and light-colored ornaments will provide a sophisticated look to your house. Arrange them in odd numbers to create an important focal point.
Plastic Spoon Christmas Tree
Don’t know what to do with the large amount of plastic spoons you got after that party? There isn’t a better way to upcycle them than making this gorgeous Christmas tree.
This one is for all the recycling fans; get all the lightbulbs that are no longer working and turn them into glittered ornaments.
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Muffin Capsule Christmas Tree
Simplicity use to be the best, and this one is a clear example. Grab some muffin capsules and voilà! Cutest Christmas tree ever to cheer up any corner of your house.
The combination of natural fibers and wood gives these ornaments a very current boho style. There are many tutorials on the internet to learn how to make macrame, so there is no excuse to try.
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A ball of wool and a pompom will allow us to make a Christmas wreath as beautiful as this one. To finish off, we add some decorations that we have and it is ready to hang.
Let’s all search the closets to see if those empty bottles that we had saved “just in case” appear. These lights are cute, don’t you think?
Air Clay Labels
This air clay label is the easiest thing to make, and we can also give it several uses. From using it to indicate where each guest sits at the table, to incorporating it into the gifts so that each one can identify theirs.
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Yarn Christmas Tree
Light colors continue to be a trend in home decor since they give us calm and a feeling of order and style that other colors do not have. These trees also have LED lights that create a very good atmosphere at night.
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This idea is great for all the lucky ones who have a staircase in their home. The truth is that they give a lot of play when it comes to decorating them, and this one in particular is simple but very successful. The touch of the marquee letters is ideal.
If walking through the park we find ourselves under an oak or a holm oak, we must not forget to look at the ground because we can find the wonderful gifts that are acorns. With some twigs painted white, we can make a very original centerpiece.
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A practical and beautiful solution to recycle empty bottles. There are easy ways to get that frosted effect, and then we just need some little lights inside.
Unique Ceramic Tags
A little ceramic and some wooden beads will allow us to make these beautiful personalized labels.
Button Christmas Tree
An old frame and all the buttons that grandmother had stored in her sewing box result in this original Christmas tree.
With a vase and very few elements but well combined, we can create a beautiful centerpiece around which we can gather.
Don’t forget to save this idea on Pinterest so you have it on hand!
I hope you find these 20 Christmas decor ideas useful and encourage you to make some. If so, I would love if you send me an email or tag me on social media so I can see them.
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