50 Fabulous Christmas Nail Art Designs

Christmas decorations, all set and decked! Christmas menu, checked! Your Christmas outfit, ready to be rocked! You’re all set and ready for the holiday then, but it seems like you’re missing something. Don’t forget to dress up your nails too to match with the upcoming festivity.

Get yourself totally prepped for the holiday by having these cool and festive Christmas nails arts. There are so many Christmas nail designs available that you can paint on your nails – even you’re a beginner! Among the most popular nail designs are Santa, polka dots, glittered, stripped, Rudolph, dotted and snowflakes. Whatever theme you want for your nails, you can find some inspiration here.

Candy Cane French Christmas Nail Art


Have those cute and sweet Candy cane pattern on your nail with this Christmas nail art. The red and white stripes mimic the candy cane design. Plus the holly design, this nail art is truly breathtaking!

Via: Seize the Nail

Black Outline Christmas Tree Nail Art


You can also keep your nail art sweet and simple. Paint the tips with black nail polish, with one Christmas tree design on one of the nails. Then sprinkle some white nail polish for snowy effect.

Via: Fairly Charming

Holiday Cheer Red and Green Nail Art


Wow, this is so cute and festive. The combination of green and red is so fabulous with this one.

Festive Holly Nail Art Design


The holly nail arts are so beautiful against the white nail base coat. This is perfect for those who want to have a simple christmassy look on their nails.

Via: Paulina’s Passion

Pretty Heart and Reindeer Christmas Nail Art


If you’re a little fed up with traditional Christmas colors which are green and red, you may also try neutral colors. You can still achieve the holiday feel by having Christmas designs like snowflakes and reindeer.

Santa Hat Christmas Nail Art


A Santa hat for each nail is so cute! This is a perfect design to put you in a holiday mood this Christmas.

Creative Christmas Nail Design


Here’s a two-toned Christmas nail art. A white base coat and black pixel Christmas designs make this nail art rock!

Santa Christmas Nail Art


Awww, this is totally adorable! Have two nails with plain red nail polish, then Santa’s face on one nail and Santa belly with belt on the other.

Festive Glitter Nail Art


Make your Christmas sparkle with these glittered nails. The green and red glitter combo, plus some splash of silver and white dots is totally fabulous!

Via: Glitters and Nails

Cute Santa Nail Art


Here’s another cute Santa christmas nail art.

Santa and Rudolph Christmas Nail Art


Or you can also include Rudolph, Santa’s red nose reindeer, on your nail design. Then, paint some polka dots on the other nails.

Via: the Crafty Ninja

Cute Christmas Nail Art Design


As beginner, you can try this two-toned Christmas nail art. Paint your nails with red base coat. Then, put different designs like polka dots and Christmas tree on each nail using white nail polish.

Red and Green Ribbon Nail Art


This is totally Christmassy!

Santa Minions Nail Art


Who wouldn’t want to have these adorable little creatures dressing up as Santa on their nails? These Santa Minions are so adorable!

Patterned Christmas Nail Art


Simple Matte Christmas Nail Art



Via: Nail up

Winter Snowy Nail Art


A cute penguin on a winter, snowy Christmas…

Via: Paulina’s Passion

Let it Snow Nail Design


Let it snow, snowman on your nails and a snowflake on the other.

Christmas Light Glow Nail Design


Is it just my eyes or these Christmas light design seems glowing? Then, this nail art is awesome having these almost realistic glow on it.

Gold and Green Nail Art


Via: Sonalicious

Sweet Snowflakes Nail Art


Via: Cuded

Frozen Forest Winter Nail Art


Via: Sassy Shelly

Cute Penguins Nail Art


Christmas Pudding Nail Art


Oh, a Christmas pudding on your nails. This will totally rock your holiday – will make it a delish one!

Snowy Christmas Nail Art


Holly and Garland Nail Art


Have a little accent of garland and holly on your nails. This is perfect if you want to keep your nails simple yet festive. The green and red nail polish combo is perfect to achieve this look.

Festive Christmas Nail Art design


Glittery Ornament Nail Art


Christmas Characters Nail Art


Via: Pinterest

Stardust Christmas Nail Art


This is one of my favorite nail art design. The black glossy nail base coat perfectly showcase the golden star dust on the french tip, giving it elegant and fabulous look.

Checkered Holiday Nail Art


Via: Hannah Rox Nails

Pink Snowflake Nail Art


Via: Debbie

Retro Christmas Nail Art


Via: Sensationails4u

Dotted and Christmas Tree Nails


Via: Lifeisbetterpolished

Red and Gold Tree Christmas Nail Art


Night Before Christmas Nail Art


Via: Rina Alcantara

Colorful Glitter Nail Art


Ice and Snowy Nail Art


Red Holiday Cheer


Christmas Tree Nail Art


Via: Handtastic Intentions

Simple Christmas Nail Art


Via: topinspired

Christmas Light Nail Art


Red French Nail art


Via: Lizana Nails

Red, Gold and Green Nail Art


Candy Cane Nail Art


Snowflakes and Dots Christmas Nail Design


Purple Delight Nail art


Christmas Festivity

Christmas Nail Art Designs Tutorials

Via: Fashionisers

Red and Snowflake Nail Art



Breathtaking Christmas Centerpiece Decorations

Christmas is one of the most-awaited holidays of the year. Decorating for Christmas is one good way to prepare for the holiday. And our dining table, where the family gathers on the night of the Christmas Eve, should never be left out when decorating for the holiday.

A perfect centerpiece can create whatever atmosphere you want for your table. Be it sweet, elegant, romantic or festive, the right choice of Christmas centerpiece can set your preferred mood. There are so many options you can choose for your centerpiece. You can use different materials and ornaments to achieve the centerpiece you desire for your table. But what should you actually get?

First, you have to decide what kind of mood you want to set for your table. You can start your decorating from there. And to give you more inspiration, here I’ve gathered some of the most beautiful Christmas centerpiece. Hope you enjoy this collection.

Beautiful Christmas Centerpiece Ideas


The combination of red and silver Christmas baubles, beaded garlands and red candle, arranged in a three-tiered glass cake stand complete this beautiful centerpiece. This can give your dining table a festive and jolly atmosphere on the holiday.

Candles and Berries Centerpiece


You can also use cranberries in decorating your centerpiece. Simply arrange your votive candles in a platter and fill it with cranberries. Put some pine leaves on the side and you have this stunning centerpiece.

Via: Midwest Living

Winter Wonderland Christmas Table Decorations


Create a winter wonderland atmosphere in your dining table this Christmas. The frosted and snowy tree ornaments complement well with the red place mats and plate.

Via: Lady Behind the Curtain

Rustic Christmas Table Setting


Christmas decoration is never complete without hollies, candy canes and pinecone. Create a rustic table setting by creatively arranging these Christmas ornaments on the center table. Complete the set up with a chunky candles with ribbons.

Via: Lisa Takes Six

Simple Christmas Centerpiece


You can keep your centerpiece nice and simple. Gather a handful pine twigs, wrap the bottom part with burlap fabric and secure it with ribbon and you have this cute centerpiece.

Via: The Golden Sycamore

Floral Christmas Centerpiece


Rose flowers plus holly wreath made this centerpiece a unique craft. Put some rose inside a clear glass and let it sit on a crystal plate. Put the holly wreath around the bottom of the glass to accent.

Via: Midwest Living

Easy and Simple Christmas Centerpiece Idea


Christmas baubles and ornaments are not just for Christmas tree. You can also use them for your centerpiece decor. Fill those clear jars and glass with brightly-colored bulbs and baubles and arrange it on a white cake stand.

Via: Pinterest

Painted Mason Jars Christmas Table Centerpiece


For frugal diy Christmas centerpiece, you may try creating your own luminary made of painted mason jars. Put candles inside and arrange it on a cake stand. Accent it with pine twigs and presto!

Via: The Frugal Homemaker

Candle Centerpiece with Fresh Ornaments


Candles and flowers usually complement with each other. Arrange some flowers and evergreen leaves in a red platter. Then, put your clear glass with candles on it on the middle part of the floral bedding. This is a perfect centerpiece of romantic dinner.


Cinnamon Stick Floral Christmas Centerpiece


Push your creativity to the fullest with this inexpensive Christmas centerpiece. Create a vase of made of cinnamon sticks by simply wrapping it with yarn. Then put some greens on it. Accent it with dried pine cone to complete the arrangement.

Via: A Cowboy’s Wife

Rustic Christmas Table Decorations


If you want a country-style Christmas table setting, you can arrange pillars of white candles in a wooden plant box. Then add some pine twigs and cones to complete the setting. This is perfect especially if you use wide burlap ribbon for table runner.

Image: Etsy

Shabby Chic Christmas Centerpiece


Oh, this one is so cute and clever I can’t help it but to share.

Via: Shanty 2 Chic

Garden Christmas Centerpiece


Greens and wooden plant box are a perfect combination for a rustic centerpiece. Arrange your candles in a wooden plat box. Throw some pine twigs and cones on it and it’s perfect!

Via: Far Above Rubies

Balls, Candies and Hollies


You can make a beautiful centerpiece with almost anything. Clear jars and glasses are a perfect basin for candy canes, natural ornaments and Christmas balls.

Via: Pinterest

Rustic Christmas Candle Holders


You can make a candle holder with a log. Carve a hole on each log and set your teacup candles on the top of each. Arrange the holders in a rustic platter and accent it with red berries and pinecones.

Via: Rustique Art

Red and Silver Candle Centerpiece


Red and silver is the traditional colors for Christmas. Use those red and silver balls and set them up in a two-tier cake stand. Complete the set up with candy-wrapped candle on the center.

Via: This and That Creative

Pretty Balls Centerpiece


This one is so pretty. The colors of Christmas balls create elegant feel on the platter.


Felt Flowers and Twigs Centerpiece


Red and white felt pom-poms plus twigs, set in a clear cylinder glass can make a stunning centerpiece.

Via: Northpole

Ornamental Christmas Centerpiece


Here’s another beautiful ornamental centerpiece. The red baubles sitting on the top of inverted wine glass is such a delight to see. The greeneries make this centerpiece even more stunning.

Via: Reinvented

Quirky and Swirly Christmas Ornaments


You can also use swirly topiary as centerpiece.

Via: Pinterest

Luminous and Sparkling Candle Lights


Candle holders with snowy and winter wonderland cut-outs is perfect for your red candles.

Via: Martha Stewart

Holiday Fuchsia Delight



Via: Midwest Living

Cranberries and Candles


Via: Like a Saturday

Cute Christmas Table decoration



Via: Mama Papera

Simple Cranberry Centerpieces


Fill a glass with a layer of salt, cranberries and evergreen leaves to create this simple yet enticing centerpiece.

Via: Madigan Made

Floating Candles and Cranberries


Or, you can fill a clear jar with water (you can also use scented oil), pine twigs, cranberries and floating candle.

Via: The DIY Playbook

Tiers of Holiday Delight


You can create a tiers of happiness by arranging a layer of Christmas balls (red and white) on a three-tiered bowls. Put some greens on the bottom and nuts on the middle.

Via: Midwest Living

Sparkling Gold and Silver Centerpiece


Golds and silvers speak elegance. So if you want elegant table setting on the holiday, here’s an idea for you.

Via: Style at Home

Topiary Holiday Centerpiece


Via: Madigan Made

Floating Candles on a Mason Jar


Here’s another version of floating candles with cranberries in mason jars.

Via: Better Homes and Gardens

Floral Delight


Reds will never go out of style when it comes to Christmas decorating. In this one, the bright colors of red Christmas balls against the white platter is truly majestic.

Frosted Votive Centerpiece


Via: Garden Mama

Christmas Baubles and Clear Jar Centerpiece


Throw some Christmas balls in a clear jar and you have this frugal centerpiece.

Via: Crazy Adventures in Parenting

Simple Christmas Table Decoration


Here’s another easy-to-make Christmas centerpiece.

Via: The Idea Room

Santa Hat Centerpiece


Santa hat centerpiece is perfect for a festive atmosphere for your table. Add some colorful baubles on the platter.

Via: A Thrifty Decor Chic

Painted Bottles and Evergreen Branches Centerpiece


Paint unused bottled with white and use it as a vase. Put some evergreen twigs on it and complete this serene centerpiece arrangement.

Via: B Lovely Events

Wineglass and Floating Candles


Here’s another floating candle centerpiece. But this time, you can use wine glass.

Via: Flickr

Enhanting Mason Jar Luminaries


These enchanting luminaries can create a magical atmosphere in your dining hall on the holiday. Put some sparkling Christmas light inside the clear jars. Arrange them in a wicker plate. Add some pine cones and twigs to complete the look.

Via: Hometalk

50 Easy DIY Christmas Decorations That You Can Actually Make

Christmas is probably one of the most-awaited occasions of the year. Who wouldn’t love Christmas? Aside from those delicious, lip-smacking desserts and treats, the gifts we receive and the happy moments we share with our family, Christmas is also a perfect time for our creative prowess to take over. This Christmas, let your creative side shine in doing these easy and simple Christmas decorations. You won’t just enjoy the bonding moment with your kids (if you happen to do these with them), you could also find yourself saving some bucks from buying new Christmas decors.


You can use old Christmas decors or other recyclable materials to give your home a new look. You can make your own ornaments and decors – be it for your Christmas tree, your door, your porch or dinner table. This is a good way to have a bonding with your kids too. You can let them learn some ways to craft easy and cheap yet beautiful Christmas decorations. Here are some of the easiest and simplest DIY Christmas decorations that you can try.

Lighted Nativity Ornament



Via: I Can Teach my Child

Star Wire Ornament


Create a beautiful star ornament for your Christmas tree using wires. With these simple material, you can give your tree a new look.

Via: Alyssa and Carla

Botanical Ornament


If you have old, clear Christmas baubles from your last year’s Christmas tree decor, you can turn it into something unique and new. Just add some fresh greenies and berries inside it.

Via: The Crafted Life

Quick Christmas Ball Decor


No need to be a craft genius to create this DIY Christmas decor. All you need is a clear jar, Christmas balls with different colors and voila! Just throw them all inside and you’ve got this colorful Christmas decor.

Via: My Invisible Crown

Mason Jar Christmas Tree


You can do a lot of things with mason jars. One is to turn it into a magical, glassy Christmas tree. Stack those jar in a form of Christmas tree, put Christmas lights inside and there goes your mason jar tree!

Via: Dvenik

Paper Ornament


Via: Nalles House

DIY Luminary


Here’s a simple yet beautiful Christmas centerpiece that you can make yourself. Get a cylinder jar, washi tape and candle and you’ve got this beautiful Christmas table decoration.

Via: Midwest Living

DIY Ping Pong Ball Lights


Give your ordinary Christmas light a magical touch. Just poke a hole in a ping pong ball, insert each light bulb inside and there goes your magical Christmas light.

Via: Say Yes

Star Decor


Oh, this one is very simple, cheap and clever. Who would have thought that you can turn those simple twigs into cutesy! Now I know what I’ve got to do with those excess twigs I cut from my latest Christmas tree.

Via: Spalvotas Dryzuotas

Santa Logs


Can’t afford to have those magnanimous and expensive Santa inflatables for your outdoor decor? You can still have your Santa with these cute logs. Just cut the log in slant style, pain it with red and white. Tie them all together with checkered red ribbon and presto!

Via: Smart Girls DIY

Cinnamon Stick Tree Ornament


Awww, this is so cute! I’m going to do this together with my niece. We’ve got a handful of colorful buttons and I might as well pick some leaves from our previous Christmas tree.

Via: Consumer Crafts

Bottle Cap Ornament


Oh my, another cutesy. Grab all those bottle caps you accumulated from those soda pop and turn them into these cute little ornaments.

Via: Make Great

DIY Glitter Ornaments


A sparkling, bright Christmas ornaments, with those meaningful single word.

Via: Create and Babble

Tissue Paper Christmas Tree


This may look a little difficult and time consuming but I can tell that this one is easy and doable. Just need patience, which I don’t have so I might skip this one. But I’m telling you, this is sure one cute craft!

Via: Curbly

Glitter Christmas Tree Decors


This one I might try this year. I want those sparkling and glittery tree for my Christmas dinner table.

Via: DIY Network

Snowman Christmas Candles


Oh my, this is so cute and fairly easy! This will totally hit this Christmas!

Via: Fox Hollow Cottage

Holiday Centerpieces


Reinvent your Christmas table centerpiece this year by using fresh materials. Floral Christmas centerpiece has made a huge wave last year so you might as well do the same this year.

Via: Ocean Front Shack

Winter Snow Globes


Turn your simple mason jar into these beauties! You just need brush trees, faux snow and glue dots.

Via: Whipper Berry

Rustic Advent Calendar


A unique, rustic-style advent calendar…

Via: Woman in Real Life

Ninja Turtle Ornaments


This is so clever! Who would have thought that you can give your Christmas balls with awesome character with just ribbons and googly eyes? I am so doing this!

Via: The Crafting Chicks

Cranberry Glow


Here’s another easy Christmas centerpiece that anybody can pull off this holiday.

Via: Midwest Living

Ice Cream Ornaments


Oh, I love this. Not just as ornament, I’m a sweet-tooth and by just looking at these colorful decor makes me happy.

Via: Lines Across

Candy Cane Vase


Tie those candy canes and together, put some ribbon and stick those roses into it and voila! You’ve got this beauty.

Via: Katie Brown Workshop

Glowing Gift Boxes


What a beautiful spectacle! This can give your yard a magical touch.

Via: Martha Stewart

Felt Ball Christmas Garland


Via: My Sparkle

Santa Hat Chair Covers


Give your dining a room a festive feel with these simple and easy-to-make Santa Hat chair covers.

Via: Diply

Mason Jar Snow Globes


Via: Make Haus

Candy Pane


Via: Good Housekeeping

Cut CD Sparkle Ornament


Old CDs plus clear bauble equals beauty!

Via: Creme De la Craft

Easy Centerpiece


Via: Midwest Living

Pinecone Garland

DIY with the Sweetest Occasion

Via: The Sweetest Occasion

Paper Straw Snowflakes


Via: Echoes of Laughter

Snowball Wreath


Another beautiful spectacle for your door this holiday season.

Via: DaisyMaebelle

Star Bright Star Light Garland


Via: Mon Makes Things

Glittering Luminaries


Via: Crafts by Amanda

Giant Snowflakes


Craft huge snowflakes using Popsicle sticks.

Via: Crafty Nest

Easy Star Decor


And if you’re really into frugal Christmas decorating, you can just simply shape a star using a red ribbon.

Via: Beyond the Picket Fence

Rustic Snowflake


Here’s another way to re-invent your Christmas ornament.

Via: Little Things Bring Smile

Pinecone Christmas Tree


Via: Adventures of Mel

Snowman Cork


Awww, this is soooo cute!

Fair Light Globe


Button Wreath


And if you still have left over buttons from doing the craft I’ve mentioned above, there’s another way to turn them into beauty.. You can also make a wreath using them.

Via: Our Family World

Peppermint Lollipop Decor


Via: Mom Endeavors

Tactical Ammo Ornament


Whoa! This is definitely a must-try by those army wife. Strong!

Via: A Thrifty Mom

Christmas Spirals


Via: Happiness is Homemade

Glitter Pen Stars


Via: Powerful Mothering

Snowman Ornament


Snowman Sticks



Via: Saved by Love Creations

Bell Jar Ornaments


Via: My So-called Crafty Life

Glitter Candles


Give your ordinary candles a festive feel on them by gluing red glitters on the bottom.

Via: Two Sisters Crafting

Ornament Display Tree


Don’t have Christmas tree to hang up your ornaments to? You can actually create a “tree” using those Christmas balls.

Via: Remodelaholic

44 Creative and Festive Christmas Wreaths for Holiday 2015

Next to the Christmas tree, my favorite holiday décor is the Christmas wreaths. I just love seeing Christmas wreaths in different parts of the house, festooned with all kinds of shining baubles and sparkling lights. There’s something so simple yet so elegant with a tastefully decorated wreaths, don’t you think? And they’re really flexible, too.

Christmas wreaths don’t belong to just the door exclusively. You can hang them on walls, on windows, and on fireplaces. You can dress them up with all kinds of ornaments, from the really small to the really big ones. Here we have a great selection of fun and creative ways you can spruce up your homes with these Christmas wreaths. Each one is a sight for sore eyes, that’s for sure! We love everything in this list, and we hope that you will, too. So read on, have a look, and bookmark your favorites!


This one may look simple but can be a center of attraction for your door. The white ornament complements well with the red wreath circle.

Image: Etsy


This Christmas wreath decorating idea is sure to give your door that ultimate holiday feel with all the colorful mesh ribbons, elf figure and meaningful word as a focal feature.

Image: Etsy


Add festive feeling to your door with this burlap Christmas wreath accentuated with brown ribbons and silver pinecone accessories.

Image: Pinterest


Join me as we take a deep sigh of awe and appreciation for this exquisite holiday wreath. The elegant mesh ribbon, intertwined with berries and greenies is such a sight to behold. Not to mention the classy red Christmas balls that further accentuate the wreath.

Image: etsy


The holiday feeling is very much alive with this one. Christmas wreaths always add a festive feel to any home, no matter how lavish or how simple the ornaments are. Like for this one, the monogram creates simple beauty with the twigs and greeneries.

Image: Pinterest


If you’re not into bright colors, this rustic Christmas wreath is for you. The woody and natural color of these ornaments will surely suit your taste.

Image: Pinterest


You can go for simplicity with this year’s holiday wreath with this one. A evergreen leaves shaped into star and accented with gold-colored star ornament. This is a perfect way to greet your guest on the holiday.

Image: Midwest Living


Go different and be unique with your Christmas wreaths this year. Instead of using your regular Christmas ornaments, why not use fresh fruits as accent?

Image: Midwest Living


We still can’t get over how fabulous this holiday decoration is! The splash of Christmas colors is so lovely and merry.

Image: A Card a Day


A musical Christmas wreath. Turn those old music sheets into something festive by folding into cones and putting together in a wreath. Add festive feeling on it by attaching red ribbons and green poinsettia flower.

Image: Wonder Woman Creations


Image: DIY til we Die

DIY Christmas Wreaths

If you’re feeling extra creative this Christmas, you can make your own Christmas wreath. It’s a perfect time to put that precious creativity to use. Here are some of the stunning DIY Christmas wreaths that I’ve come across the internet as I browse. You might get some inspiration from these.


A Festive Candy Wreath

Image: BHG


Simple yet Classy

Image: Freckle and Wulff


Let it Snow Wreath

Image: Making Homebase


Burlap Christmas Wreath

Image: Love of Family and Home


Winter Snowball Wreath

Image: Addicted to Decorating


Festive Button Wreath

Image: BHG


Snowman Wreath

Image: Sweet Little Blue Bird


Rustic Winter Wreath

Image: Setting For Four


Felt Holiday Wreath

Image: Craftivore


Whimsical Paper Wreath

Image: BHG


The Gift Wreath

Image: Consumer Crafts


Cinnamon Stick Wreath

Image: My Home Ideas

Creative and Unusual Christmas Wreaths

Nothing beats the charm and elegance of a beautifully assembled Christmas wreath. Just a few Christmas ornaments here and there and some holiday elements are enough to turn an ordinary wreath into something whimsical and stunning. Get your inspiration from this prettily decorated Christmas wreath. It’s so easy and inexpensive to do, too!



Image: Better Homes and Gardens


Image: Martha Stewart


Image: BHG

Fresh Christmas Wreaths

If you’re going for bright, festive, and fresh this year, get inspired by these wonderful Christmas wreath decorating ideas. Adorn your Christmas wreath with bright colored fruits and greenies. Dangle vibrant Christmas ornaments for a more festive and jolly feel. I promise, there’s not going to be one morose face going inside your home as they see these Christmas wreaths.


Image: Country Living


Image: Midwest Living



Nightmare Before Christmas Wreaths

Nightmare before Christmas is one of the most popular Christmas movies of all time. So I am not surprised if some of you would like to use this theme in your Christmas decorating or for your Christmas party. When it comes to wreaths, you can also use the same theme. Here are some inspiration for your Nightmare before Christmas wreath decorating.




Image: Pinterest

More Christmas Wreath Decorating Ideas

Whenever I see fabulous houses with even more fabulous decorations, I get inspired to beautify my own house, too. These elegant Christmas wreaths on the doorway and windows are easy enough to recreate. They’re so simple and easy to decorate with. They look lavish but they won’t cost you a fortune, either. Why not start making these jolly Christmas wreaths?



Image: Pinterest


Image: Etsy


Image: Etsy


Image: Midwest Living


Image: Pinterest






Image: Midwest Living

40 Oh So Cute Christmas Treats and Desserts

Christmas is not just about exchanging gifts with your loved ones and friends. It is about sharing the love and rekindling the bond within the family and to people who are important to you. This is a perfect time to get together and reminisce old memories.


Everyone seems to love Christmas. Well, what not to love about Christmas? It is a time when all people seem to be having fun, with the gifts and foods, with the laughter and moments spent with their family and loved ones. And not to mention those scrumptious Christmas desserts flooding our dining table. Oh, how I love Christmas time!

If you are one of those sweet-toothed peeps like me who love desserts and treats – errr Christmas – then you will love to see these delightful and sweet desserts. Most of these Christmas treats are easy to prepare and too cute to eat!

Christmas Tree Cupcake


This is sure one creative Christmas cupcake! The green icing created the background for the “tree” and the m&ms are the “ornaments”.

Via: Amanda’s Parties to Go

Santa Hat Cheesecake Bites


If you’re addicted to Cheesecake and want to create a Santa treat, this dessert is definitely for you.

Via: Cooking Classy

Christmas Cheesecake Cookies


Yum! Those little, yummy cookies look so delightful I’d love to have a bite too!

Via: La Receta de la Felicidad

Santa Claus Cupcakes


Want to decorate your own cupcake? Why don’t you try this cute Santa cupcakes. With just some store-bought items like frosting, fruit rolls and marshmallows, you can also have this little piece of heaven.

Via: Catch my Party

Cupcake Wreath


Awww, this looks so cute and pretty to eat. But surely, I’ll grab a bite when I have a chance!

Via: Delish

Oreo Ornaments


For those who couldn’t get enough of decorating their home for Christmas, here’s a treat that will definitely hit. With just some oreo cookies, dipped in Vanilla frosting, sprinkled with M&Ms and sprinkles and you’ve got this edible ornament treats!

Via: Candiquik

Santa Face Cookies


This looks a little bit elaborate, but surely, this looks so cute and – of course – yummy!

Via: In Katrina’s Kitchen

Snowman Christmas Cupcakes


Oh my! Can anyone give me something like this right NOW~! I so love those cute snowmen.

Via: Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

Peppermint Eggnog


This is a perfect treat for your kids. Serve this to your kids and kids-at-heart this Christmas.

Via: Martha Stewart

Red Velvet Christmas Tree Brownies


Brownies are one of the most favorite desserts that you shouldn’t miss on Christmas. But to further give this rather “common” dessert, why don’t you make it look like little Christmas “treets”.

Via: Catch My Party

Gingerbread Cookie Rings


Aside from cakes and brownies, Gingerbread is another most-requested treats on holiday. Give your gingerbread recipe a twist and make it even more Christmassy with this cookie decorating idea.

Via: In Katrina’s Kitchen

Peppermint Rice Krispies Treats Snowballs


Who want some? I do, I do! Can I have one of these, please??

Via: She Wears Many Hats

Oreo Snowman Pops


A perfect treat – a perfect gift. Here’s another Christmas treat that you shouldn’t miss.

Via: The Idea Room

Melting Snowmen Cookies


Awww, these melted snowmen cookies look so cute!

Via: Betty Crocker

Holiday wreath Cupcakes


If you are one of those who are jelly bean addicts, this treat is definitely a hit for you.

Via: Jelly Belly

Snowman on a Stick


Via: Dukes and Duchesses

Peppermint Bark Snowflakes


Via: Pinterest

Reindeer Corn Cookie Bark


Via: Your Homebased Mom

Holiday Cupcakes


Via: Sweet Scarlet on Flickr

Snowman Treats


Via: Good Housekeeping

Grinch Cupcakes


Via: Sugar Swings

Cute Cookie Cups


Via: Party Pinching

Hot Chocolate Cookie Cups


Via: The Gunny Sack

Candy Cane Mice


Via: Sprinkle Bakes

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Christmas Trees


Via: Lovely Little Kitchen

Rudolph The Reindeer Cupcake


Via: Crafty Morning

Christmas Candy Carolers


Via: Martha Stewart

Snowman Truffles


Via: BHG

Holly Jolly Jelly Shots


Via: Tablespoon

Snowflake Chocolate Spoons


Via: Chocolate and Carrots

Christmas Tree Meringue Cookies


Via: The Silly Girl’s Life

Nutter Butter Snowmen


Via: Cupcake Diaries

Peanut Butter Christmas Tree


Via: Teacher Chef

Melted Snowmen Oreo Balls


Via: The Girl who Are Everything

Peppermint Bark Cups


Via: Farm Girl Gourmet

O, Christmas Treats


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50 Best Magical Christmas Lanterns and Luminaries

Now that the Christmas Season is fast approaching, many people are considering how to decorate their homes for the season. Some would just want to decorate minimally, but some would be willing to go the extra mile.


By “the extra mile”, I mean taking decorating to the next level. ‘Tis the seasons to be jolly anyway—so why not make it grand and joyful as possible? And you can start with Christmas lanterns.

Christmas lanterns are one of the popular Christmas decorations for the holiday. A beautiful and colorful Christmas lanterns can give your living room, dining table, entryway or porch the ambiance of warm and inviting holiday. There are different ways to craft your own lanterns. You can use different materials – from Mason Jars to wine bottles. There are also paper Christmas lanterns that will surely brighten your holiday.

Here are some of the most beautiful and magical Christmas lantern decoration ideas that you can use for inspiration. With these whimsical Christmas lanterns, you can definitely feel the spirit of Christmas. So let’s start!

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By simply throwing some Christmas balls in a lantern jar, mixing in with Christmas light, accessorizing with ribbons and snowflake cutouts and voila! You’ve got this simple yet stunning Christmas lantern.

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A Magical Christmas Lantern


Create a magical and cozy ambiance in your home with these whimsical Christmas lanterns. The silhouette of the popular Christmas background gives off that magical spirit of Christmas.

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Christmas Ice Lanterns


Seeing this gorgeous Christmas lantern makes me want to go to a winter country just to be able to create one. Yes, this is actually a real ice Christmas lantern. You know, the one that you need to freeze. The greens and berries made this luminary a wonderful sight to look at.

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Winter Paper Lanterns


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Country-Themed Christmas Lantern Decorating Idea


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Christmas Candle Lantern


Whimsical Lantern


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Vintage-Themed Lantern


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Cute Christmas Lantern


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Mini-Paper DIY Lanterns


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Mason Jars Christmas Lanterns


Here are beautiful Christmas lanterns made from mason jar.

Frosty Lantern


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Outdoor Christmas Lantern Decorations


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Indoor Christmas Lantern Decorations


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Homemade Christmas Lanterns and Luminaries



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Wine Bottle Luminaries



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Christmas Table Lantern


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Icy and Snowy Christmas Lantern



Rustic Christmas Lantern


Picture Frame Lantern


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Hanging Christmas Lantern


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Reindeer Lanterns


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Parol – Filipino Christmas Lantern


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50 Wonderful Christmas Decorating Ideas To Make Your Holiday Bright and Merry

Decorating your home for Christmas: either you love it or you dread it. For those who have been blessed with tons of creativity and design talent, this is the time to showcase your mad skills at decorating and your ingenious way to mix and match colors. For those whose only creative talents are drawing stick figures on paper, Christmas decorating is relegated to buying store-bought ornaments and just hanging them on the tree. But there’s no need to worry.


These Christmas decorating ideas that we have gathered will help you with decorating your homes this year. Now is the time to impress your friends and family. And you don’t need to be Martha Stewart to have a beautifully decorated home! We have fun and unique ideas that will look great no matter how small or big your space is. Scroll down to find more design inspirations that will suit your tastes and budget.


If you want more sparkling yet easy Christmas decor, you can simply put greenery in a bucket, throw some Christmas balls in, accentuate with Christmas light and presto!


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Designer Christmas Front Door Christmas Decorations


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Christmas  kitchen cabinet

You can also spruce up your kitchen cabinets this Christmas by attaching ribbons and garlands.


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Christmas Table Decorating Ideas

Prep your table for this holiday season by putting up these lovely and stunning Christmas table decorations. This will not just brighten the holiday, but will also give off that refreshing ambiance for the family Christmas dinner.


Mason jars filled with cranberries, salt and candle can make a good table centerpiece.

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Easy Christmas Decorating Ideas

For those who don’t have tons of creativity on them, you can still try decorating your home using these simple ideas. By simply putting colorful Christmas baubles into a clear container can do the trick…


Add some more accent – a photo and greenery perhaps?

Indoor Christmas Decorating Ideas

Christmas decorations should also complement modern style and trends of today. Instead of using the same old décors that you have, put some flare and a quick modern touch to your loving bode.


Use those pinecones and greens for your indoor Christmas decorations.

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How about a Christmas tree with a twist? Instead of using the traditional tree, you can make a Snowman out of this white artificial tree.

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Who would have thought that an evergreen branch plus checkered ribbons in a vase can make a good Christmas table centerpiece?

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Christmas Garland Decorating Ideas

This is one of my favorite decorations for Christmas – the garland. They are not just for staircase, garlands can also make a door or a window more apt for the holiday. Burlap, mesh and paper garlands are the commonly used material for decorating.


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Banister and Staircase Christmas Decorations

And speaking of staircase, this is one part of our home that we would like to standout. To achieve it, here are some beautiful Christmas decorating ideas for staircase that you can use.


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Outside Christmas Decors

Of course, you also want to make sure that your porch, front yard and outdoor are also ready for the holiday. Here are some outdoor Christmas decorating ideas to guide you in your quest.


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Christmas Door Decorating Ideas

Make your door bright and merry by decorating it with these breathtaking Christmas door decorations.

Framed Christmas Ball Tree


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Joy to the Door


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Sparkling Garland and Ribbons


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Snowman Door


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Snowman Fridge


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Christmas Mantel Decorating Ideas

The fireplace gives warm to every home. It heats cold emotions and conflicts that have been left in the hands of time. That is why this is the best place inside your home to decorate accordingly.  The best place to showcase the power of Christmas over your home.


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Christmas Wreath Decorating Ideas

Wreath is an important symbol of Christmas. It symbolizes that God has no beginning and no end. While most Christmas wreaths come in circular shape, as time goes by, people start making wreaths using different materials such as twigs and are of different shapes.

Christmas Twig Wreath


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Outdoor Christmas Decorating Ideas

Start turning your lawn, front yard and porch into a holiday paradise using these outdoor Christmas decorations. You can either make your own Christmas decor, recycle old Christmas ornaments, or buy Christmas inflatables and lighting.


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Christmas Light Decorating Ideas

Christmas lights are such a wonderful item that can make a certain place warm and cozy. While most of us use Christmas lights to further beautify our Christmas trees, we can also use lights alone to create a holiday ambiance.


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You can also turn a simple jar into magical lantern…

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And a simple branch into stunning indoor decoration…

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And empty bottles into beautiful Christmas decor…

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DIY Christmas Decorating Ideas

Christmas is one of those times that you can practice your creativity. With some household items and recyclable materials, you can give your home a fresh look by creating ornaments. This is a great way to have bonding with your family, especially those who have kids. Here are some DIY Christmas decorating ideas to use.


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