If you buy your Christmas decorations from a big box store, you run the risk of displaying the same décor as your friends and family. Fortunately, you can stand out by making your decorations this year. Check out some unique DIY Christmas decoration projects that are sure to bring the holiday cheer.
DIY Oversized Balloon Ornaments
You can deck the halls in style with these DIY oversized balloon ornaments. The oversized ornaments look just like what you’ll find on a tree, but they’re much bigger. Once you make some, hang them around your house, and that’ll certainly set the tone for a festive season.
Easy Scrabble Tile Christmas Tree Project
You can spell out your love for the holidays with this Easy Scrabble tile Christmas tree project. You’ll use Scrabble tiles to form a Christmas tree with a unique twist. Instead of branches and greenery, it’ll feature words. First, think of what you want to say, and then create the tree. After you finish, display it in a prominent spot so everyone can get a dose of cheer.
Christmas Cross Stitch Rackets
Do you have some old tennis rackets lying around? Instead of letting them continue to take up space, use them to make Christmas cross stitch rackets. This project is easier than traditional cross-stitching, and you’ll be amazed by the results.
What if you don’t have tennis rackets? Check garage sales for some deals. You might be able to secure some rackets for a few bucks.
Mini Cactus Christmas Tree
Are you dreaming of warm weather now that there’s a nip in the air? You might not be able to change the temperature outside, but you can invite the desert inside with this mini cactus Christmas tree project. The sparking mini cactus will set the tone for a warm, inviting holiday season.
Christmas Village Hoop Wreath
Christmas villages are awfully expensive at the store, but you can make your own. This Christmas village hoop wreath is adorable and will look amazing above the fireplace or near your entryway. The village is surprisingly easy to make and might become your favorite decoration of the season.
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Christmas Truck and Tree
You don’t have to save all the decorations for inside your house. Add some cheer to the great outdoors with this Christmas truck and tree project. It’s a little more labor-intensive than the other projects, but the results make it worth the time and effort. By the time you’re finished, you’ll have a red truck that’s almost as big as the vehicles in your driveway. It has to be big since it’s hauling a large Christmas tree in the bed.
These projects are a great way to dive into the holiday season. You can knock them out quickly and then use them to decorate your house.