DIY Christmas Window Decoration

2 Hours

If you are looking for a cute, easy, and inexpensive way to decorate your windows for Christmas, this is the perfect project. I purchased all the materials to make mine from the Dollar Store, so the cost of this was only $7!
You can find more details and see more of my projects on my blog at
Here are the steps to take to make a Christmas window decoration of your own.
Step 1: Gather your materials.
Christmas Ornaments
Curtain rod
String or yarn
Step 2: Tie the string to the ornaments.
Step 3: Tie the other end of the string to the curtain rod.
Step 4: Continue to add more ornaments at various lengths.
Step 5: Add the garland to the curtain rod to cover up the string.
Step 6: Add the bow and enjoy your new holiday decoration!

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Jaime LaPlant

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Have a question about this project?

3 questions
  • Pat
    on Dec 25, 2015

    Wonder if these balls would shine and glitter if a light shines on them from outside?

  • Kat6830725
    on Nov 10, 2016

    I have a bay window it would look great in, just need to figure out how to hang them?

    • Helene Beadman
      on Nov 11, 2016

      I also have a bay window so I'll use sticky Velcro and cut pieces about 3/4 or 1/2 inches and put string on it. For the garland I'll use small plastic peel and stick cup hooks ( dollar store for 8, 1.00$) good luck, hope my plan helps you...

    • Kitty
      on Nov 14, 2016

      What about using tension rods? No jokes or drilling.

    • Lydia Barclay
      on Nov 28, 2016

      what about pushpins than also use to put up garland

    • Jan
      on Dec 11, 2016

      why not tie the string with the ornaments on to the curtain rod and thenwrap the garland around the curtain rod and this would cover the tied string.

    • Deanna Davis
      on Dec 22, 2016

      Use command strips

  • Marcella
    on Nov 30, 2018

    I love the way it looks !! Any ideas on how to add a light ,I like the idea from Joan Berniard ?

    • Jaime LaPlant
      on Dec 2, 2018

      Hi Marcella! Lights sound like a great idea! I haven't tried lights. You could try hanging small fairy lights so they look like icicles. That is just the idea that popped into my head, but I'm sure there are lots of other ideas out there. Have a happy holiday!

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  • Jody Childers
    on Jan 16, 2018

    Love this! For sure going todo this next year! Thank you.
  • Joan Berniard
    on Nov 29, 2018

    Love this! Going to do this on my big livingroom window, but i think i will a 2 or 3 strands of fairy lights from dollar tree to make sure they can be seen at night.

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