One of the simplest Christmas DIYs you can do is to make your home’s front entrance look more inviting. Instead of just hanging a wreath on the door, try adding a tree, a basket of logs, an antique sled and some wrapped boxes. Even add a few lanterns around the door if extra lighting is needed. The wow factor just went up about 10 notches!
Fake it ’til you make it with this fireplace decoration. An unused fireplace doesn’t have to drag the room down. Instead, add a stack of birch logs and some fragrant greenery to liven up the space.
Craft an adorable yarn tree on the unused wall space in a small nook, or in a child’s bedroom. Small circles of craft paper adorn the yarn “branches.” The kids would love a project like this!
This DIY date night gift could be a game-changer for next year’s date nights. Include tickets and restaurant gift cards for dates that include a movie or sporting event and dinner out. Your significant other will appreciate the thoughtfulness!
This Christmas canvas wouldn’t be complete without the twinkle lights. Get the instructions from Clean & Scentsible.
Add some festive cheer to your wall or mantle with this Reindeer String Art from Clean & Scentsible. It is totally customizable. All you need is a piece of wood in your desired size, wood stain, linoleum nails, embroidery thread and a print out of a deer head that suits your fancy.
Chalkboard art is all the rage, and you can easily use it to deck out your Christmas tree. See how easy it is here.
How adorable is this wall of stars? The stars are fashioned from a mix of materials, including paper and metal, and hung with twine. The beauty of it is it can stay up all winter long if you’d like.
This DIY advent calendar is easy to put together and fun for everyone to open. Small muslin bags are filled with goodies and hung on ribbons adorning an old step ladder.
This DIY Candy Cane Cocoa bar will warm you up all season long. It’s portable, so feel free to take it to grandma’s with you.
Make a wreath to add a touch of rustic charm to your front door. When Christmas is over you can leave it up until winter is gone!
Use extra tree ornaments to adorn that greenery on the stairs. So charming!
Take the candy bowl to the next level and turn the candy into an artful centerpiece.
Turn your regular pancakes into Christmas pancakes. Berries, cream and colored candies make them look almost too good to eat.
Finally, here’s a welcoming holiday banner that your guests will be sure to notice. Get the instructions at A Beautiful Mess.