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Doing DIY projects is one of the things my family and I look forward to the most during the holidays. It’s always fun to see what new ideas we can come up with and to put our creativity to use. Anything we make also makes our Christmas decor even more special because wonderful memories are attached to each project.
Sometimes we come up with our own ideas and other times, we go looking for inspiration. The internet is full of creative people sharing their amazing DIY holiday decor ideas. You could decorate your entire home with just DIY projects! There are endless ideas and inspiration out there.
Here are 10 of my favorite Christmas DIY ideas I’ve found this year.
Christmas DIY Ideas
These little pinecone Christmas trees can be used in a variety of spots, including a holiday tablescape in the centerpiece or as place cards.
Give your Christmas decor a chic minimalist touch with these adorable planters.
Tutorial: The Merry Thought
Make your own advent calendar in the form of glamorous gold stars.
Tutorial: A Beautiful Mess
Dress up your walls or lean this adorable Rudolph artwork against a fireplace mantel for some rustic chic decor.
Tutorial: Simply Made Fun
This Pottery Barn inspired Grinch pillow is stylish and charming.
Tutorial: Woodshop Diaries
Make your home feel like a Christmas cabin or farmhouse with these custom galvanized metal buckets.
Tutorial: Lil Blue Boo
Need a place to hang your stockings? Here’s an easy tutorial for a stylish stocking post.
Tutorial: Shades of Blue Interiors
Love how charming yet simple this sign is. It could add some character to a variety of spots in your home for the holidays.
Tutorial: Love Create Celebrate
How cute are these DIY buffalo check coasters? Your guests are sure to love them.
Tutorial: Lydi Out Loud
Need a place to hang your greeting cards? Try this tutorial for a rustic card display!
Tutorial: Lolly Jane
Love them all! Which ones are you doing to try?
Who doesn’t look forward to dressing up the tree for Christmas? It’s one of the most important traditions of the holiday and really kicks off the festivities. Every year, we like to add new ornaments to our collection. To make this tradition extra special, it’s a lot of fun to make a few of our own, too, besides just purchasing some new ones.
Doing some DIY projects makes the holidays even more fun and ornaments are a great place to start. There are so many great ideas out there and you can always customize them to make them even more unique and special.
Here are 10 of my favorite DIY Christmas ornament ideas I’ve found. I hope they inspire you as much as they did me!
DIY Christmas Ornaments
These adorable burlap ornaments will add a rustic touch to your tree.
Tutorial: Bliss Bloom Blog
Recycle mason jar lids and turn them into charming ornaments with this easy tutorial.
Tutorial: The Everyday Home
These three rustic and darling ornaments look store-bought but are actually completely DIY.
Tutorial: Vintage Romance Style
How precious are these DIY woodland animal ornaments?
Add an elegant touch to your tree with these icy eye-catching ornaments.
Tutorial: Crafts by Courtney
Love Disney? Here’s a fun tutorial for making some of your own Mickey and Minnie ornaments.
Tutorial: The Country Chic Cottage
These gold leaf ornaments are sure to add a little touch of glamour to your tree.
Tutorial: The Sweetest Occasion
Deer silhouettes always look chic for a farmhouse vibe.
Tutorial: Love Create Celebrate
These indigo marbled ornaments are stunning and a lot easier to make than you may think.
Tutorial: Alice and Lois
Nothing is quite as glamorous as black and gold. Love these!
Tutorial: By Stephanie Lynn
So many fun ideas! Which ones will you be trying this year?
It’s no secret that farmhouse is one of the most popular trends in decorating at the moment. That means as far as Christmas decor goes, you’ll find a lot of its influence there, too. Even if you don’t decorate with the farmhouse style year-round, you can still incorporate it into your holiday decor. It lends itself really well to a cozy, vintage, holiday cabin vibe that so many people love.
Farmhouse Christmas decor is very versatile. You can go minimalist or maximalist, casual or glamorous, colorful or neutral. It’s all about giving your decor a personal touch that feels warm and inviting. It’s also full of charming touches like quotes, comfy textures, and reclaimed wood.
Here are 10 inspiring farmhouse Christmas decor ideas that are bursting with charm, character, and style.
Farmhouse Christmas Decor
The black and white decor around this fireplace is full of farmhouse charm from the buffalo check stockings to the adorable sign.
Source: Our Faux Farmhouse
Pops of red look jolly against the crisp white in this farmhouse living room. The white decor looks like snow, especially when paired with the snow-tipped greenery.
Source: Craftberry Bush
Dark wood contrasts beautifully with white in this entryway. The Christmas touches are subtle but festive.
Source: Pine and Birch
Love the simplicity of this rustic Christmas vignette. The sign and the tabletop trees bring a lot of charm.
Source: Kindred Vintage & Co.
This Christmas mantel is comfy and cozy with classic Christmas touches sprinkled throughout. The birch wood is a nice touch, too.
Source: Nesting Blissfully
Don’t you just want to curl up on this adorable bench?
Source: Mrs. Rollman Blog
You can follow the tutorial at the source to create these DIY farmhouse planters for your outdoor space.
Source: Liz Marie Blog
Muted red accents provide a softer look that has a vintage vibe for Christmas.
Source: Kara’s Party Ideas
Snow-capped Christmas trees are perfect for farmhouse decor and help you create your own little winter wonderland.
Source: Cherished Bliss
Christmas decor doesn’t have to be restricted to your main living areas. Why not dress up your bedroom, too?
Source: Four Generations One Roof
So many great ideas!
One of my favorite spots to decorate for Christmas is the table. Since all of our family and friends up gathering around it, sometimes more than once throughout the season, it’s very rewarding to put together a table setting that will be enjoyed by everyone. It really helps set the mood for the holiday and get everyone into the festive spirit.
The centerpiece is what brings the whole table setting together. In fact, if you aren’t sure what you want to do with your table setting, a good idea is to start with the centerpiece and then let it inspire the rest of the table. For a Christmas centerpiece, there are so many great elements to work with that you can easily suit it to your own personal style and make it your own.
Here are 10 Christmas centerpiece ideas that range from simple to extravagant, rustic to glamorous. They offer some great inspiration for concepts, elements, and color schemes that can help you find a direction for your own.
Christmas Centerpiece Ideas
Two white reindeer serve as a festive and contemporary centerpiece. Ground them with some swag and candles to set the scene.
Source: Setting for Four
A faux fur runner adds a touch of luxury to this rustic Christmas centerpiece, which consists of a distressed tray and some white Christmas trees and ornaments. Simple, yet full of charm.
Source: Buckets of Burlap
A few white feathers add an unexpected touch to the green swag and give it some depth, while the gold ornaments and silver vases bring the glamour.
Source: Confessions of a Serial DIYer
Christmas tree-shaped decor in a bed of swag are a lovely minimalist approach. For a rustic vibe like this particular centerpiece, choose trees with rough textures like wood and twine. For a more glamorous vibe, go with a smooth, glossy texture.
Source: Dear Lillie
This adorable sleigh is so charming and perfect to hold ornaments and seashells for a coastal Christmas centerpiece.
Source: Four Generations One Roof
This centerpiece is so simple and elegant with some sparse swag, candles for glamour, and fruit to bring in pops of color.
Source: Julie Blanner
Felt garland, tissue balls and ornaments are an alternative to the traditional greenery for a lovely centerpiece.
Source: You Are My Fave
Gather some rustic elements like pinecones, a wood stump, some greenery and a reindeer for a simple yet charming centerpiece.
Source: JST Design
How adorable are these little gingerbread houses in apothecary jars? Some “snow” along the bottom sets the scene with tiny lighted trees and metallic ornaments.
Source: Craftberry Bush
Mix rustic accents and glamour together to create a centerpiece that captures some of the best of Christmas.
Source: FTD Fresh