We continue exploring some delightful DIY Christmas crafts that can be used to create some equally delightful Christmas decor and decorations.
At this point, folks, we are rounding the corner and nearing the end of our exploration of DIY Christmas Decor ideas.
But you’d better not cry and you’d better not put because there’s still plenty more exciting ideas to discover.
Are you ready for even more fantastic DIY Christmas decor ideas???
I thought so…
Tea Light Candle Snowmen
An easy craft that even the kids can help with. Simply take some votive (otherwise known as tea light) candles and adorn them with sharpie market faces and fabric cutouts to create cute little snowmen that you can hang on your tree.
You can turn any frame in your house – or one you manage to find at the thrift shop or the dollar store – into a delightful little Christmas decoration by adding a free Christmas printable to the frame.
Here are a handful of delightful little printables that you can use for your Christmas decorating.
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Snowman Cube Ornaments
These cute and easy to make DIY ornaments use small wooden blocks that are painted and then distressed. The snowman faces are added with a bit of black market and some orange-painted slices of wood to create the carrot nose.
Little eye hooks are then fastened so that they can be hung on the tree with care.
Scrap Wood DIY Framed Ornaments
Some pieces of scrap wood are turned into lovely framed artworks in the color scheme of your choosing.
Candy Cane Place Card Holders
These easy DIY place card holders make a wonderful accent for your Christmas table.
Simple Burlap and Pine Wrapped Candles
This DIY project would only take a few mintues to create, but will provide hours of enjoyment looking at your finished creation. Simply wrap some pillar candles with burlap and fine twigs and then tie it all together with twine.
Use caution, however, when using the candle that you don’t allow it to burn unattended as the burlap is flammable.
Hand-Drawn Christmas Decor
If you have artistic talent, now is the perfect time to show it off. Some simple drawings on colored paper can make for absolutely adorable and complete personal DIY Christmas decor.
DIY Wooden Pallet Christmas Tree Sign
Take some old pallet wood and create this delightful DIY Christmas sign. A stencil design for the lettering would be best, but the Christmas tree itself can be done with rough hand strokes of various shades of green.
The last step is to adorn the tree with some buttons and bows.
Bake Up Some Christmas Cookies
Christmas cookies make for excellent and easy to bake DIY Christmas decor. You can bake them to hang, as shown above, but even a tray of beautifully designed and decorated Christmas cookies creates a festive (and delicious) accent.
Just make sure to bake extras so that you can refill the platter as other people (not you…. never you… you’d NEVER do such a thing!!!!!) sneak a cookie or six from the tray.
And when company is over for a visit, you can serve up some of these delicious decorations with a lovely cup of hot chocolate.
Christmas Celebration Vases
These super fun vases use simple white jars from the dollar store (Apothecary Jars without the lids will work just fine for this DIY project). Fill the bases with some Christmas ornaments and then top with some ribbons and other garnish.
A showy display that takes less than 5 minutes to create!
Let It Snow Outdoor Welcome Sign
Such a cute sign! You might want to use some printable stencil or transfer paper to create the letters and snowflakes, as this would be VERY intricate work to try to freehand.
Or, if you want to skip the hard work you can purchase the original work that inspired this idea right from Etsy.
DIY Vintage Mitten Garland
If you have a box on mismatched winter mittens (you know you do!!!), now is the time to finally put them to use. Just take a large needle and some yarn and stitch them together into a delightfully rustic garland.
Pallet Wood Christmas Tree
This easy-to-make rustic Christmas tree uses reclaimed pallet wood so it’s perfect for indoor or outdoor use. Plus, with some drill work and a string of mini lights, it can light up to create a delightful accent at night.
Christmas Cup Rack
A sturdy wrought iron cup rack is transformed into a lovely DIY Christmas display full of lots of large and small details. Look closely at the cute wreath, the red, white, and black towels, the mason jar full of black and white striped straws and even the teacup that’s holding a few small candy canes.
Vintage Scale Christmas Display
Perfect for the kitchen, this wonderfully rustic Christmas display uses a vintage kitchen scale with some lovely greenery, a cute reindeer, and some pretty red Christmas dishes that can be used later to serve up some Christmas treats.
Even if you don’t have a vintage scale handy, I love the idea of using a pretty little plate rack to display the Christmas dishes as decor until they are needed.
Candle Stick Snowmen
A set of old, carved-wood candlesticks is giving a festive upgrade by adding a round wood ball on top that has been painted with a happy snowman face. The scarf and garland help hide where the old candle-holder meets the new snowman.
Cookies for Santa Serving Tray
Inspired by this design from Etsy, this cute tray is just a wonderful resting as decoration as it is when it’s being used to serve up some holiday treats.
DIY Noel Wood Sign
This super-simple wood sign uses painted plywood as the base, some wood letters that have been painted a festive red and then a simple wreath with a red and black plaid bow as the “O” in Noel.
JOY Banister Garland
A simple addition of some painted wood letters makes all the difference to this traditional banister garland. In this case, they’ve gone with black to match the banister post, but you could pick whatever color you desire to match the color palette of your other Christmas decorations.
DIY Reclaimed Wood Joy Sign
Speaking of Joy, this reclaimed wood sign brings us much joy. Old planks of wood are glued together and then painted in a distressed white. The letters J and Y are hand painted in red and then the O is crafted using old Christmas ornaments.
Joy DIY Framed Wall Art
And just in case your Holiday season doesn’t have enough Joy already, here is one more lovely DIY “Joy” sign for your consideration.
The Joy inside the frame is meticulously cut out in a cursive script and then covered with some festive fabric.
And So… we’ve reached the end
As amazing as it may seem, we have now completed out tour of all 101 fantastic DIY Christmas Decorations & Decor Ideas.
I hope you have found some inspiration for your own home from this list.
And please… let us know which was your favorite in the comments below!