The holidays are coming in hot are you ready?
Once Halloween passes, all bets are off in our house as I begin to decorate.
Of course, we pay respect to Thanksgiving, as I dress the house up to fill it with holiday cheer.
After all, Christmas decorations do elevate the feeling of the holiday spirit!
So, to help usher in the season, I will share 8 easy DIY Christmas decoration ideas to Inspire Holiday Cheer.
Each Christmas DIY I will share today is both simple to create and will inspire the feeling of the holidays.
Many of the products can be purchased at the dollar store or home improvement center!
You are sure to find simple DIY Christmas decoration ideas you will want to try, as I will share everything from adorable snowmen to trees!
Get your glue guns, a glass of wine, and let’s settle in for some crafting fun!
8 DIY Christmas Decoration Ideas
Whether you are having family and friends over or headed to a church party, these are the universal super easy DIY Christmas decoration you want to have in your party trick DIY bag!
There are no glue guns, hammers, or nails required, just simply pop the top and fill decor.
Kids will love this craft and they look elegant as well so they could be used as ambient lighting for an adult cocktail party!
Better yet, these great treats light up with no electricity and can be used the line the patio or lawn and glow to help Rudolph land the sleigh!
If you love ornaments, I am about to share another simple DIY Christmas decoration you will love using more ornaments!
DIY LARGE Christmas Ornament Wreath (2)
Do you have a favorite color scheme when it comes to bulbs?
Now is the time to display those favorite colors on a huge wreath!
You are about to find out how pool noodles can be upcycled and color can pop!
Grab those glue guns and a glass or 2 of wine, the DIY Large Christmas Ornament Wreath is all you!
Get the full direction set here ⇓
- 2 Pool Noodles(5 ft)
- Ornaments ( at least 114 2" bulbs)
- Ornaments (small a few packs of 12) (2) for fill
- Glue sticks for glue gun (24 small or 10 large)
- Duct Tape
- Glue for Glue Gun
- Cool Temp Cool Gun
- Outdoor bow
Place your pool noodles together.
Secure with duct tape.
Repeat for the other end.
Make sure to match the ends up perfectly before taping.
If you are going to cover the base (the green or whatever color pool noodle you have used) affix material.
I have done this in the midst of the project as well, really it is how comfortable you are maneuvering the wreath once you have a base layer of bulbs on.
Personally, I would suggest doing this now, it's so much easier to work on.
Next, place your ornaments on the interior of the wreath for a basic design.
Also, try placing a few ornaments on and seeing how they look BEFORE you begin gluing.
Once you start, you will do so on the top portion.
Glue down each bulb.
I alternated bulb top to the front and one to the middle of the wreath but this makes zero difference.
Once you get around the whole wreath, you then begin the interior or exterior whichever you feel like working on.
Continue all the way around, filling each area you can see with the right-sized bulb.
Sometimes the bulbs will need to be bigger, other times smaller.
Your eyes will be your guide I'm figuring out what bulb to affix.
Continue this process until both the inside and outside of the wreath are covered with bulbs.
Allow this to set up and dry overnight.
Realizing you used hot glue and it dries rapidly, I still allow it to dry.
Once it is set, pick it up and see if anything falls, and if it does, glue it back on.
You can fill in any spaces with holiday embellishments such as sparkle flowers, poinsettia pieces, ribbon, tulle, etc.
Don't forget to spray the wreath bulbs and allow to dry (if you used glitter or non-shatterproof bulbs) before you hang.
Then, display your wreath wherever you choose on your front door, or inside the house.
Let’s call this project the best of upcycling with a side of Holiday Decor!
I simply can’t get enough Christmas trees in my home or exterior decor.
However, I have crafted simple Tomato Cage trees that look realistic and make decorating a breeze.
Once assembled they will last and last and last.
Use them inside or outside.
You’ll be upcycling a tomato cage and turning it into a Christmas tree.
Will you add lights?
My first set was made for my front stoop pots & since then, I keep filling orders for friends and neighbors.
Make them using 3 feet cages or 5 feet.
Light them or don’t!
These are easy and inexpensive, yet they look every bit as good as their counterparts sold for MUCH more in the retail stores!
Christmas Trees and NO More Tree Skirts (4)
This Easy DIY Christmas Decoration actually solves the age-old issue of the belly/boob crawl.
Stop getting on your belly to tie the tree skirt or fasten it with velcro.
Really, there are so many better ways to tend to taking care of under the tree and hiding the legs of the tree holder!
So, try out your hand at making a Christmas Tree Collar that looks like you bought it but costs pretty much less than $6 to make!
Grab the tutorial for a DIY Christmas Tree Collar here.
TableTop is Where We Eat & It’s Perfect For Trees! (5)
One of my all-time favorite DIY’s is creating a tabletop tree.
You can buy them (tabletop trees), but you will pay a lot more.
Or you can craft them in just minutes!
Whether you want rustic or modern, these are easy to change-up and the price is Under $6.
These are some of the easiest trees I have ever created and because they are smaller, you can make and take for holiday gifting as well.
After all, who does not love Holiday decor as a gift?
Elves 🧝Hang On Your Walls ~ Another Easy DIY Christmas Decoration You Gotta Try (6)
Once I had so many elves🧝 I did not know what to do with all of them.
So, instead of leaving them packed up and unused, I crafted a very simple wall creation and well you can too.
You’ll need a few small planks of wood, a glue gun, and a few other items I’ll bet you already have on hand.
While other elves 🧝can be on shelves, ours are on the walls!
Make Every Party LIT! (7)
When you have a party, do you usually have ONE thing that everyone loves?
While here’s a new trick that literally takes about 2 minutes to do and is the game-changer for the party food table.
Light up your bowls that have food in them!
It’s super easy and costs so little to do, you’ll wonder WHY you never did this before!
I’d say this project is an All-Star level, but it’s also EASY as can be.
For those that are Dollar Tree fans, you will LOVE this DIY.
You can make large and small snowmen or a whole family.
Display them indoors or outdoors!
Your Turn To Try out All These Easy DIY Christmas Decoration Ideas to Fill Your Home With the Holiday Spirit!