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Winter is coming and so does Christmas! It's never too early for New Year's and Christmas decor, so this article is about how you can decorate your home yourself with just a few creative ideas.
While you certainly think the opposite, there is no need to spend a lot of money, time or energy to decorate the premises. You should do this with pleasure. The ideas below are affordable and leave you time to sort out Christmas gifts for mom and dad, for your best friend and, of course, for the little ones.
Also, we do not ask you to transfer your creativity to the interior of the house. We also have ideas for outdoor decorations that will make your front porch look ready for the holiday season anytime. Well, let's get going!
For this beautiful piece of decoration for your front door, all you need is a wooden basket, fresh greenery, and decorating little things like the berries in this picture. Use flower wire to attach the greenery to the pile and add accents of evergreen trees.
Not only does this kind of decoration have to be for Christmas, but you can also combine decorations in many ways and create a beautiful detail that welcomes you to your home.
Candle pillars made of cinnamon sticks
Such a candle that creates a comfortable holiday atmosphere will not only look extraordinary but will also make your house smell amazing. If you are unsure about its strength, you can stick the sticks around the can for added strength.
Starry lights od dried branches
With this kind of lighting and the spirit of a winter evening in your room, winter can begin!
Evergreen tree twigs, berries, and cheesecakes are a winning combination for Christmas dining. Don't forget the napkins you can find with many Christmas and New Year decorations.
Repurposed Tart tin Christmas Tree
We all have cookie cans in the pantry, and can also be found in thrift stores, garage sales, and even a local dollar store. This Christmas tree requires 3 small buckets of different sizes, two styrofoam balls and some glue and ... Voila! You have a Christmas tree for your table.
Pine cones on wire
You can shape the wire in whatever shape you like, and the cones will, once again, bring the spirit of the Christmas holidays. You can make a door decoration, but also you can place it anywhere in the room.
A frosty spray-painted wreath
You want your front door to look silver iced? Choose twigs of your favourite tree, cones, and berries and colour the spray so that it is noticeable that winter has come to your home.
Book Christmas tree
Book fans, where are you? With just a little imagination (which we believe you don't lack), you can make countless combinations to form a Christmas tree from books.
Reuse cosy sweater sleeves to cover vases.
Looking for the perfect use for match-losing mittens? Design the perfect Christmas tree this way. You will need a wire to form a "tree" and, probably, a wool colour if you insist that your tree be all green. Of course, being allowed to be made of mittens of different colours, moreover, can be even more fun!
Wooden spools wreath
Never enough wreaths for Christmas! Here is another idea that you can put into practice that will beautify your home.
Holiday card tree
Use your Christmas cards and memories for a tree-shaped installation. You can put a bin under it to collect the outgoing gifts.
Glass vases filled with salt
Want some artificial snow in the house? Say no more! Add in a glass filled with salt some twigs sprouting from your "snow" for better effect.
Decorate your kitchen trims (and, if allowed, those outside the kitchen) with cones that always create a winter atmosphere.
Never underestimate the power of the candle holder, whatever the holiday is about!
We’re sure you wouldn’t forget them, but it’s always good to come up with some new ideas.
Neon-dipped pine cone
This is a perfect, cheerful Christmas table decoration.
Wrapping paper table runner
Well, we've revealed a secret to you. Not everyone has the perfect tablecloth for Christmas. Use wrapping paper to get whatever tablecloth design you want! It is inexpensive and also very nice and allows frequent change of patterns on your table.
Fluffy pom-pom ornaments
These easy-to-make decorations are so effective and tailored for the winter holidays that it is impossible not to use them in the decoration of your home. You can put them wherever you want and combine with whatever you fancy (our tip: combine with metallic coloured spray leaves).
Wood, nails and satin ribbon are all you need for this effective and elegant decoration that fits perfectly with your Christmas tree.