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DIY Christmas Decorations Anyone Can Make

Get ready to deck your halls with these simple holiday crafts—and get the whole family involved in the Christmas festivities.

‘Tis the season…for holiday crafting!

There’s nothing like holiday crafting to get you into the Christmas spirit. Plus, it’s a great way to spend time with the family and save money on holiday decor. But what if you’re the least crafty person on the planet? Don’t worry! These DIY Christmas decorations are easy enough for anyone to make. (Yes, even you—we promise.) Many of them are also made from upcycled and natural elements, adding an environmentally friendly spin to the season. So, brew some hot cocoa, turn on the holiday tunes, and spend a day making these festive crafts and decking your halls in all sorts of wonderful ways! While you’re at it, make sure to avoid these 18 common holiday decorating mistakes.


Pom-pom wreath

Add a little bit of fun and sophistication to your holiday season with this colorful craft. All you’ll need to create the perfect pom-pom wreath is a foam wreath form, pom-poms in an array of sizes and colors, and a hot glue gun or fabric glue. Whether you want to stick to a green-and-red color scheme or do something more colorful is completely up to you, and it’s part of the fun! Once you’ve got your preferred pom-poms, simply glue them to the wreath form for a fun (and fuzzy) Christmas craft. Depending on the colors you choose, you can even keep up this decoration after the holidays are over. Here are 6 other winter decorating ideas to get you through the post-holiday blues.

Pine cone ornament

This do-it-yourself decoration is as easy to make as it is inexpensive. On your next walk, collect some pine cones to bring home and create a joyful holiday centerpiece. Glue mini pom-poms onto the pine cones for a fun and colorful twist on a nature-inspired holiday piece. Want to try something different with your decor this year? Take a look at these creative ways to deck your tree.

Rustic Christmas frame

Class things up with this simple yet sophisticated rustic Christmas frame that looks like a window into your own personal winter wonderland. You’ll need a large wooden picture frame, pine branches, bows, ornaments, and any other baubles you want to decorate with. The first step is to sand down the frame with sandpaper to create that rustic feel; if you want to paint your frame as well, go for it! Then, using a hot glue gun, securely attach your pine branches to the top of the frame. After that, it’s time to decorate! When you’re done, read these 18 true Christmas miracles that will restore your hope for the holidays.


Crystal snowflakes

Talk about a waltz of the snowflakes! Bring a little glitz and glitter to your holiday decorations with these crystal-beaded snowflakes. Using tweezers, bend some durable wire into the shape of a snowflake. Then, start adding your beads. Use the tweezers to twist the ends to make sure none of the beads fall off. While these crystal beauties can be displayed in a multitude of ways, for some extra fun, attach a piece of string to one side of the snowflake and then loop the other around your chandelier to create a dazzling aerial centerpiece. Of course, crafting with the kids is a magical experience of its own. For ideas, check out these 20 easy Christmas ornaments your little ones can make.


Jingle bell wreath

For this musical wreath, you’ll need a package of silver and red jingle bells, a foam wreath form, and some hot glue. Glue your jingle bells to the wreath form, making sure to have the jingle side face-up. For a little something extra, tie some ribbon into a bow at the top. Now you’ll be able to make festive music well into the night! This is the surprising history behind some of your favorite Christmas carols.

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