DIY Holiday Decorations
Christmas is coming and there is nothing better than to decorate your home with your family and loved ones! I love to keep in my mind those special moments when we met and enjoy placing the decorations together while listening to cheerful Christmas Songs.
I personally prefer to handcraft decorations with my kids and spend valuable time together. I teach them not only how to make them but also how to take care of them. Today I will share different ideas, colors and combinations that are very easy and cheap to make.
Enjoy The Most Beautiful Time Of Year!
Ultimate Handmade Holiday Decorating Ideas
I propose to do at least one of the crafts you will find on this page. We have collected many different kinds of Holidays Decorations for all tastes and needs, have fun!
Light Up Your Entryway:
Create a warm and inviting entry for guests during the Holidays season. Fill mason jars with Epsom salt for a snowy, winter look, then add small votive candles and line the walkway leading to your front door. All great decorating stories start in the front foyer. Remember the holiday palette is yours to play with so you can stick to the traditional color scheme or mix it up. There’s something so inviting about this warm candles and green bottles.
If you’re hosting the holidays and are behind on the décor, focus on making your entryway shine. Add seasonal flair (lush green garland, ornaments, pinecones) to your stairwell and front foyer for a wow-worthy first impression. Choose to shake things up on the front door. Skip the traditional wreath and greet visitors with ornaments tied with a satin ribbon. Here you can find some great and originals ideas.
Unique Trees Ideas:
For amazingly chic walls:
Elegant Dinner Table:
A simple dinner party can easily turn into a fine dining experience with the right touches like metallic placemats, silver embellished napkin rings, and a few ornaments scattered around the table. Use flowers and pines to brighten your table.
Add Some Details:
Impress your holiday guests with a stunning and easy-to-make centerpiece that will add a festive touch to your table all season long. You can use glasses upside down and place ornaments in them, do not forget the candles and make your own colors combinations.
Freshen Up the Fireplace: