Homemade Christmas Decoration
If you’re looking for a unique decoration ideas for your holidays this year, take a look at these homemade Christmas decorations I have listed below. Most of these projects are simple to make, and can be completed with materials found in your home. I really hope you will find something useful that you could create to make your home a bit cozier and festive this Christmas.
Homemade Christmas decorations are not only a fun activity to do with the kids, but they make your home look cheerful for the season. We have pulled together some great recycled Christmas crafts and DIY Christmas crafts for you to try this season.
This fun Christmas craft looks great hanging in a window to reflect the light or on the tree as an ornament! To make, simply bend white pipe cleaner into the shape of a snowflake by twisting them together in the middle. Tie a string to one pipe cleaner and the other end to a pencil, so when the pencil is placed on a jar, the snowflake will hang in the jar.
Those Christmas Balls
If you have boxes and boxes of colorful glass Christmas balls (more than you could ever fit on a single tree), then you can use them in your decorating.Hang them from the ceiling. Put them in huge vases. Hang them off your porch. Decorate some small pine trees outside. These colorful shiny balls are so festive, and most people have plenty lying around.
Cranberry garland is a wonderful way to make use of this abundant winter berry. It’s a gorgeous red color, and it’s often on sale during the winter holiday season.Simply buy whole berries and string them up with a needle and thread. You can drape the garland over mirrors, on your holiday tree, snake it around your table there are endless ideas for using this natural decoration.
Homemade Christmas ornaments are a great way to decorate your tree and make memories that will last for years to come! You can make recycled Christmas decorations easily by painting old, plain plastic ornaments with acrylic paint. Give the kids different colors to get creative with for a fun keepsake craft, or stick to colors like silver, gold, white, red, and green for a sophisticated, classic look.
If you’re looking for a unique decoration ideas for your holidays this year, take a look at these homemade Christmas decorations I have listed below. Most of these projects are simple to make, and can be completed with materials found in your home.if you wish to bring uniqueness to your Christmas decorations, you should probably
go for homemade Christmas decorations. Handmade Christmas decorations are exceptionally beautiful and are also commercially available, however they are a bit expensive than the machine made decorations. Here are some ideas for homemade Christmas decorations to deck up your home.
Paper Plate Angels Some table decorations that are just a little bit extra crafty, try these paper plate angels from Martha Stewart. You’ll need some good cutting skills for this one but you’ll be amazed by what you can make from a paper plate.Inspired? What are you going to make this Christmas? Add your handmade Christmas decoration ideas in the comments below.
Colourful scented wreaths can be made using fruits and vegetables. Thread dried red chillies onto medium gauge wire and bend into a circle; twist the ends of the wire and top with ribbon. Bay leaves, cranberries and dried orange slices also look good threaded onto medium gauge wire and finished off with a brightlloured bow.
Christmas Tree This is a great idea for people who aren’t interested in buying a whole Christmas tree. Get a large roll of paper and stick a piece to a wall (the size of the paper will determine the size of your tree) then using a permanent marker, draw a tree.This is also a great idea for a Christmas party have all of your guests write their names or put handprints on the branches to record that they were there.
Christmas wreaths allow you a lot of scope for experimentation. There are number of ways to make Christmas wreaths. You can make the base of conifer leaves or green garlands and then add the decorations of your choice. You can make traditional wreaths by adding nuts, berries and fruits or you can make them from assortment of spices or even red or green chillies! If you want your wreaths to last forever, you can consider making them from dried leaves and flowers and then painting them in gold or silver.