Today is kicking off my 10 Days of Christmas celebration with a few of my blogging friends. Stop by for a different Christmas theme every day and get a jump on your holiday planning! Today is Christmas project day. I’m sharing Christmas DIYs to make now to use for your Christmas decorating this holiday season.
Today kicks off the first day of the 10 Days of Christmas Decorating Ideas! For the next 10 days, there is a different Christmas theme of the day…today is one of my favorite things DIYs!!!
Let’s get this Christmas party started.
- Day 1 – Christmas DIY Ideas
- Day 2 – Front Porch Decorating Ideas
- Day 3 – Christmas Tree Ideas
- Day 4 – Christmas Table Decor Ideas
- Day 5 – Christmas Cookies and Sweet Treats
- Day 6 – Christmas Decorating Ideas
- Day 7 – Christmas Hacks You Should Know
- Day 8 – Christmas Gift Wrapping Guide
- Day 9 – Wreaths & Front Door Decor
- Day 10 – Winter Greenery
Christmas DIY Ideas to Decorate Your Home
One of the best reasons that I think you should be DIYing some of your decorations and home decor is that it’s so much more affordable than buying them already made! I love so many things that I see on Pottery Barn and all the other expensive catalog sites but yikes…I didn’t win Powerball!!!
So instead when I see something that I like I study it and try and find a way to make it myself…it’s a win-win!! I make it and then show you all how to do the same.
I was an overachiever last year and you can check out my 11 Christmas Ornaments That You Can Make!
Today I’m joining a bunch of my crafty friends to share some of our favorite Christmas DIYs with you. You are definitely going to want to put them on your to-do list!!
I got the idea for this winter snowflake sign from something I saw in the Pottery Barn catalog. They have a big planked snowflake piece that sells for a couple of hundred dollars!! Beautiful but a bit expensive. As soon as I saw the picture I started trying to figure out how I could duplicate it.
Looking for a rustic topper for your Christmas tree? Make this budget-friendly wood pallet star tree topper in just a few hours. I love a good upcycle and this is a great project if you are going for a natural-looking Christmas this year.
Looking for a great centerpiece for your kitchen table? Check out how simple it is to make this large DIY-footed tray. Plus, when you make something yourself you can customize it to fit in with your home decor and use the colors that fit with your space.
These cute Angel and Cross Christmas Ornaments are made using hot glue and hand-painted with gold and white accents. They can be made in various sizes and used for gift tags as well as tree ornaments.
Looking to make your table extra special this holiday? Check out 5 simple, beautiful, and budget-friendly Christmas table decor DIY Ideas!
Brendt began decorating gingerbread houses as a Christmas tradition at a young age, and now she and her husband host a DIY gingerbread house party every December for their children and nieces/nephews. This tradition continues but with a new version of houses this year!
These easy homemade Christmas soaps for kids are the perfect gift if you want thoughtful and fun gifts for your friends and family this holiday season. A family-friendly project that will have you making soap like a pro in no time!
This is such a fun and creative idea to repurpose and reuse pallet wood. Don’t toss those pallet wood pieces—make this Christmas tree instead.
You’ll love how easy and inexpensive it is to create this pretty DIY Burlap Christmas Tree to decorate your home for the holidays! Not only are these trees easy to make, but they also look great throughout your home. Grab some burlap, felt, T-pins, tree form, and some hot glue and let’s get started!