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

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