Don’t settle for the traditional holiday wreath - make one of these ideas! Check out these ideas to make your own stunning holiday wreath this season!
I know Halloween was just the other day, but I'm so excited for Christmas that I'm already getting a jump start on decorations. These jars are adorable (and they're a great place for all of my leftover Halloween candy). They sit perfectly on a mantel or console table. Plus, they are the perfect project for all of my leftover glass jars! They don’t need to just for candy; you can put any small items in them like office supplies or decorative marbles. They really add to any festive décor, and I could imagine doing them in other colors for other holidays. Check out how I make them below. Step 1: Gather Your Supplies
Who doesn’t love to receive treats? Deliver handmade goodies or loads of candy to friends and neighbors with these adorable plush candy jars. Make soft, squishy characters to make your gift jars extra special. Show how much you care with these handmade gifts made with Fairfield World’s Poly-Fil at the heart of your project.
Hello friends! Can you believe Christmas is just around the corner? Time flies! If you’ve followed me for a while you know there is nothing I love more than making DIY home decor, especially for the holidays. This time I'm going to show you how to make this beautiful Christmas Village Wreath. I designed my own small houses and the templates are available on my blog https://avantimorocha.com/WATCH THE VIDEO TUTORIAL to learn how I made this gorgeous wreath. You could always just follow this step-by-step guide.
Some of the most common things can make beautiful additions to your outdoor winter decor. Easy to make and will not break the bank to create. All you need is an old tire. You may have some and if you don't any garage will gladly give you used ones for free.
I had these galvanized containers that I love and decided to make non-traditional wreaths with them. I mod podged images onto the fronts to give me a theme for each arrangement, then I added faux flowers, a nest with eggs and burlap bows to finish them off.
If you’re looking for non traditional wreath ideas I have a perfect project for you! I created these Thanksgiving Tags for our front door to decorate for the Thanksgiving/fall season. These are made out of wood and hung with a couple pieces of jute.These were made on the backside of these Oversized Wood Christmas Tags. Come check these out and see how you can double up on holiday decor to save time, space and money.These Thanksgiving Tags involves two pieces of 1 x 8 wood boards with two angled cuts at the top as well as a hole drilled for the jute. I spray painted the wood pieces with a flat white spray paint.
Rose Gold is hugely popular not only in jewelry but also in home decor. I was thrilled to see rose gold ornaments at Dollar Tree and knew immediately that I wanted to make an ornament wreath.
Hooray for more holiday treats! I am sure you have seen a good ornament wreath before, but why not make one exactly the size and colors that you want? This ornament wreath is not only super customizable, but super easy too! You only need some pool noodles (YES, POOL NOODLES), ornaments, loads of hot glue and dried greenery to create this beauty! Add some lights for a pretty glow and you are seriously set for a nice mantle piece.
Who's ready for Christmas???? I know I am! It's time to pack away the Halloween stuff and start gearing up for the most wonderful time of the year! Though I'm sad to say goodbye soon to my favorite time of year (fall), it isn't such a disappointment because I know I can start making and putting out DIY Christmas decor. Wait 'til you see these jolly giant ornaments! I've seen giant ornaments you can hang on your porch but these have a little twist to them.
Forget about wreath forms and fancy supplies... This dollar store hack will enable you to make wreaths lightning fast, with just botanical clippings and natural jute twine.
I was looking for a fun little way to really step up my holiday decor game this year. I wanted something to change my dining room a lot with a minimal amount of effort. This was actually difficult, since I practically cover my house with holiday decor (tastefully, of course). So a friend and I came up with this great chandelier idea using a hula hoop and some dollar store crafts for an awesome DIY Christmas project. Step 1: Gather Your Supplies