Christmas is getting closer and closer. High time to decorate your apartment with a festive atmosphere! Are you still missing the right DIY decoration idea for the party? Then you’ve come to the right place! In this article I present 10+ easy DIY Christmas decoration ideas to make yourself: Christmas tree decorations made from baking molds, pine cones and wrapping paper, snowflakes made from twigs, festive glitter candles and sweet table decorations that you can eat – these ideas are easy to implement and look great. Let yourself be inspired!

easy DIY Christmas decoration ideas to make yourself

Bird trailer

Colorful illustrations in old books are ideal for this idea. Copy drawings of birds or other animals onto cardboard, then cut out the images. Punch a hole in the center of the picture, then attach a nice ribbon to the pendant.

Bird trailer

Baking cases

Old baking tins are not only pretty, but also very decorative. On the flea market, cast iron molds are cheap to buy. Simply lay a loop with a pretty ribbon and attach it with the hot glue gun to the back of the mold. The pretty Christmas tree jewelry in the vintage look is already finished.

Baking cases

Snow-covered pine cones

Pine cones are such a beautiful craft material. Brush the dowels with napkin glue, then sprinkle glitter powder or decorative artificial snow over the glue. Arrange the drops in an old toolbox or in a flower box. More beautiful craft ideas with pine cones for kids I show you in this post

Snow-covered pine cones

Sparkling candles

So easy, you’ll be making new candles every year! Mask the upper half of the candle with a strip of masking tape, then coat the lower half with napkin glue. Now sprinkle the glue with lots of glitter powder. Let the glue dry overnight and your sparkling candles can be set up.

Sparkling candles

Bows

Tie ribbons of grosgrain ribbon, and then attach them to the branches of the fir tree with some wire. Looks nice and goes really fast!

Bows

Bells and cones

Paint the tips of the cones with white acrylic paint, then screw a screw hook into the bottom of the pine cone. Fasten the first peg to natural cord with a running knot, then tie the second peg. Now tie a large bell and a third peg. Hang up with a bent piece of wire.

Bells and cones

Wrapping paper tags

Wrapping paper looks really elegant in small photo frames. Cut the paper to the size of the frame, then hang the small picture frames with a red bow in the tree.

Wrapping paper tags

Christmas tree

A great Christmas ornament for a bare wall! Drive a nail into the wall, then drive more nails about two feet below the first. Tension wool yarn from the top nail to the bottom. Decorate the tree with ornaments made of felt and paper.

Christmas tree

Christmas tree decorations made of twigs

Glue sticks with the hot glue gun to make fir trees, stars and snowflakes! Wrap the connection points with natural cord and decorate the ornaments with buttons, decorative berries and pine branches.

Christmas tree decorations made of twigs

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DIY Christmas decoration ideas – magnificent flowers

It doesn’t always have to be amaryllis or poinsettias! Plant Christmas daffodils in flower pots, then wrap them with birch bark and tie the bark with a bow. Arrange the flower pots with a tea light and white painted pine cones on the mantelpiece or the table in the hallway.

Sweet table decorations

Ready in a few minutes and not only pretty to look at, but also delicious! Sort Christmas sweets according to color, then layer them in a glass vase. Tie a thick bow around the glass vessel and your cute table decorations can be placed on the table. Not only little guests will be delighted!

Decorates the entrance area

Bought too much jewelry for the Christmas tree? Use it to decorate the banisters, the entrance area and the front door! Tie green branches into garlands, then decorate them with straw stars and small berry branches. This creates the Christmas spirit in the whole house!

Decorates the entrance area

You can find great handicraft instructions and decoration ideas, not only for Christmas, on our site. If you enjoyed this article, please share it on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, below.

Have a nice Advent season and a peaceful Christmas.

Tayyab Mehmood

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