20 Amazing DIY Recycled Christmas Decorations


11. Egg Carton Candy Cane

Egg Carton Candy Cane

Make a sweet candy cane craft from egg cartons, paper and pipe cleaners. (Tutorial via Meaningful Mama)

12. Light Bulb Snowman

Light Bulb Snowman

Turn an old burnt out light bulb into an adorable light bulb snowman ornament to hang on your tree year after year after year! (Tutorial via Ginger Snap Crafts)

13. Christmas Crafts from Old Wine Bottles

Christmas Crafts from Old Wine Bottles

Spray paint wine bottles and dress them up as Snowman, Santa and Reindeer. (Image via Fashionqe)

14. 10 Minute Scarf Wreath

10 Minute Scarf Wreath

Make this cute Scarf Wreath for the holidays in under 10 minutes! Fun and easy way to freshen up your front door. (Tutorial via Tried & True)

15. Glowing Snowmen

Glowing Snowmen

If you’ve got a few empty milk jugs and some extra white Christmas lights, you can easily make yourself some glowing snowmen to put on your doorstep or windowsill as a fun holiday decoration. (Tutorial via Stuff by Ash)

16. Mosaic Ornaments from CDs

Mosaic Ornaments from CDs

Create some sparkly and beautiful mosaic ornaments from old CD that no longer work or that you no longer want. (Tutorial via Creme de la Craft)

17. Snowman Face Garland

Snowman Face Garland

This cute snowmen garland made from paper plates is sure to brighten any holiday room. (Tutorial via 1pureheart)

18. Puzzle Rudolph Christmas Ornament

Puzzle Rudolph Christmas Ornament

This is a fun idea to turn some puzzle pieces into cute reindeer ornaments. (Tutorial via For What It’s Worth…or Not)

19. DIY Christmas Village Out of Recycled Cereal Boxes

Christmas Village Out of Recycled Cereal Boxes

No need to spend a ton of money on a Christmas Village, try this fun holiday craft and make your own DIY Christmas Village out of recycled cereal boxes. (Tutorial via Paging Supermom)

20. Tin Can Santa Claus

Santa Claus Can

You just dress up the can to look like Santa and then add twigs, ribbons, ornaments or whatever you want. (Tutorial via Sew Many Ways)

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