Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap – Festive Ladders

The Christmas tree is just the start. This holiday season, make your entire home — from the front porch to the kitchen — look and feel as festive as possible with these jolly decorating ideas. Because if you can’t live in the North Pole, you might as well pretend.

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

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Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

 

Creative Christmas DIY Decorations Easy and Cheap

Outshine last year’s display with these magical Christmas decorations, guaranteed to make every room of your home look and feel like taking a walk through the North Pole. If too much of your wallet is going to Christmas gifts, we’ve got DIY ideas too.

An advent calendar is one of the classic Christmas decorating ideas. Start by spraying an old frame with a metallic base, says By Stephanie Lynn. Create tags using an online template (see link) for these DIY Christmas decorations. Mix in gold, silver, and neutral ornaments to tie the whole calendar together.

Creating this simple, festive wreath from Design Improvised is easy and won’t drain your wallet! Get this look by simply hot gluing bows of various colors to a Styrofoam wreath. It only takes about 20 minutes to complete. Check out these 3 other cute, easy Christmas wreath ideas. Christmas decorating ideas plus edible details make a perfect pair. Put some simple odds and ends to good use for this easy craft from Living Well, Spending Less. Glue the candy canes to the can, tie with a red ribbon, and fill with artificial (or real) poinsettias. Did you know that candy canes were originally all white? Felt, a fabric pencil, pearl embellishments, red ribbon, and a hot glue gun are all you need for these cute DIY Christmas decorations from Stay At Home Artist! Cut out your felt mistletoe using a template provided and arrange pearls how you like. Tie with ribbon and hang. Here’s why we kiss under the mistletoe, plus the truth behind 9 other Christmas traditions.