15 Of The Most Unique And Festive DIY Christmas Decorations

Are you looking for Christmas decorations that look beautiful and unique? Get creative this season and make your own christmas decorations for a fraction of the cost. Making your own decorations is a great way to spend quality time with your family doing something that’s fun and beneficial.

15 Of The Most Unique And Festive DIY Christmas Decorations



Here are 15 of the BEST DIY Christmas decorations that can put you and your home into the holiday spirit in no time at all.

1. Plastic Spoon Christmas Tree

Plastic Spoon Christmas Tree

Up-cycle some plastic spoons into festive Christmas Tree decor! It takes only about 30 minutes to make and costs under $10. (Tutorial via One Project Closer)

2. Mason Jar Snow Globe

mason jar snow globe

This mason jar snow globe craft will look super cute in either a kid’s room, family room or if given as a DIY gift. (Tutorial via Julie Ann Art)

3. Christmas Tree Ornament Mobile

Christmas tree ornament mobile

This unique and eye-catching Christmas tree ornament mobile is a great alternative to traditional Christmas trees. (Tutorial via Not Martha)



4. Flameless Fire Pit

flameless fire pit

Make a flameless fire pit for the holidays with a string of lights and some sticks and stones! It looks really cool and there is no danger of burning the house. (Tutorial via Free People)

5. Giant Christmas Ornaments

Giant Christmas Ornaments

Recycle old tires into beautiful Christmas ornaments to decorate your yard. (Tutorial via Addicted 2 DIY)

6. Christmas Snowballs

Christmas Snowballs

Create these really unique Christmas snowball ornaments using Styrofoam balls and toothpicks. (Tutorial via Somewhat Quirky Design)

7. Wine Glass Holiday Dioramas

Wine Glass Holiday Dioramas

To make these cute holiday dioramas you’ll need wine glasses, some sugar (or fake snow), candles, and some tiny decorations. (Tutorial via Popsugar)

8. Christmas Ornament Wreath

Christmas Ornament Wreath

Turn cheap Dollar Store ornaments into this gorgeous wreath. (Tutorial via Six Sisters’ Stuff)




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