Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way! Oh, it is almost that time again you know? That time of year when all of your creative juices start flowing in the same direction, and you deck your halls with lots of festive décors.
But are you tired of decorating the same old way year after year?
Or are you living in a new place this Christmas and want some fresh ideas to decorate your new home?
Well, either way, we’ve got you covered. We’ll be bringing you some of the internet’s best Christmas decoration ideas.
Hopefully, they’ll inspire you to deck your halls like never before.
Dazzling Christmas Decoration Ideas:
1. A Christmas Wood Stove
If you have a wood stove you may often wonder how to make it look more festive. I know I struggled with this when I lived where we had a wood stove.
But it is actually quite simple. Look at this picture and see if you can add a mantle, some garland, or some festive plants to your wood stove.
2. Joy Wall Letters
Joy is a big theme around Christmas. We should have joy year round, but I think it is important to make decorations that are also great reminders around the holidays.
So why not incorporate these festive letters into your home décor? It has a great tutorial, and it appears to be rather simple and cost effective to make too.
3. Jingle Bell Shadow Box
Shadow boxes are all the rage these days in home décor. Why not make one that is festive for the holidays too?
Well, thanks to this tutorial, you can. It is a simple shadow box filled with ornaments and the simple saying, “Jingle Bells.”
4. DIY Porch Light Decoration
I’m big on decorating for Christmas. Which is why my porch lights are always decorated. I think it adds a nice little touch in a simple way.
Now, after you see this super simple tutorial on how you can decorate your porch light, you’ll probably decorate your porch light too.
5. DIY Melted Snowman
This was an idea that I came across through another curation article of all of the cool snowman ideas you can use to decorate for Christmas.
Though the site it originated from is no longer in existence, you could still look at the picture and see if you could recreate in a festive way for cheering up your entrance.
6. Elf Chair Legs
This is such a cute way to add some festive decorations to your home without taking up a ton of space while you are at it.
So if you think you can make some leg warmers for your chairs, then why not add some little elf shoes while you are at it?
7. Jars Filled with Décor
Do you have some gorgeous glass jars that you would like to make festive so you can include them in your Christmas decorating this year?
Well, all you need to do is fill them with some beautiful ribbons, ornaments, and candy canes and just like that, you have an inexpensive Christmas decoration.
8. The Snowman Door
You may not be someone that likes to decorate your front door on the outside, but this is a great way to decorate it on the inside that will be fun for the kiddos in your home.
So you just create a few facial pieces and make the inside of your door look just like a perfect wintery snowman.
9. The Candy Cane Place Setting
Do you have a big Christmas dinner every year? If so, then you might want to consider this idea because it is easy and inexpensive.
So you’ll just put a couple of candy canes together and use them as a way to hold a name card for your party.
10. Stairway Ornamental Garland
This garland is absolutely gorgeous. If you have an open staircase like this, then you could recreate it quite easily.
Basically, all you need is a pre-lit garland. Then you can hang some inexpensive ornaments from the garland with ornament hooks or fishing line.
11. Lighted Burlap Garland
Do you love burlap, and you are in need of some garland to decorate with this season too? If so, then this could be your solution.
Well, there is an excellent tutorial to help you along with this process. So you could have a unique garland for your home in no time flat.
12. The Ornament Chandelier
Do you have a chandelier hanging over your kitchen or dining room table? If so, this is a great way to decorate it.
So there isn’t a real tutorial, but you can see from the pictures that you just get some pretty string and dangle ornaments from the light.
13. A Garland Door
I am a big fan of garland and lights for the holidays. Especially when you can add pretty bows to the garland as well.
Well, this is a great idea on how you could decorate a door frame. Especially, if you are lucky enough to have a beautiful door in a foyer.
14. Garland Door Frame
This is another example of how you can decorate a doorway in your home with garland. You may need to have a larger home to pull this off.
But if you do, then this would be a gorgeous way to draw eyes from room to room. Go for it and see what you think.
15. Christmas Lanterns
This is a really cute idea for a front porch. You can actually purchase the exact lanterns when you click on the link to the site this originated from.
Once you have the lanterns, then you just need to fill them with pretty ornaments to draw attention to your porch.
16. The Decorated Garage
Do you have a garage on the front of your home? If so, then you might want to make it look just as cheerful as the rest of your house.
You’ll need to locate a lot of ribbon and then create this with the help of a talented ribbon maker.
17. JOY on Your Steps
Do you have some old galvanized buckets sitting around and not being put to use? Don’t let that be the case this Christmas.
Instead, you can use some chalk and write J-O-Y on them. Then fill them with some inexpensive greenery. Allow that simple decoration to add some sparkle to your steps for the holiday season.
18. Merry Christmas Sign with Lights
This Merry Christmas sign would be a great way to draw eyes to your fireplace on a dimly lit night.
So if you like the idea of a sign with lights spreading holiday cheer, then you’ll be thankful for this detailed tutorial to help you accomplish that look.
19. The Handprint Snowman Ornament
This ornament would be great to add decoration for this year and memories for years to come. You just need a hand-sized ornament.
Then dip your hand in paint and grab the ornament. From there you decorate your fingerprints to look like a snowman family.
20. Giant Ornament Balls
Do you like to decorate with giant ornaments? If you’ve seen them at the store, they can actually be quite expensive to purchase.
Well, thanks to this tutorial, you don’t have to buy them anymore. You need some plastic balls, some buckets, and glue. Then you have giant ornaments to use inside or outside of your home.
21. Decorating a Giant Front Window
This scene is absolutely gorgeous and 100% up my alley of decorating. I love the use of the garland flowing.
But I also love the lights and the gorgeous wreath in the middle. Let’s not even discuss how they staged the beautiful couch and table. It is just gorgeous all the way around.
22. Decorate Your Appliances
Have you ever considered decorating your refrigerator, washing machine, dryer, or maybe even your dishwasher?
Well, if not, this is proof that you easily can. It looks simple to do and also looks like something young children would enjoy.
23. Plastic Pumpkin Snowman
Quick! Go stock up on those pumpkin candy buckets now that Halloween is over. They’ll be super cheap now.
Then come home, follow this tutorial, and create a great looking snowman just in time to celebrate Christmas.
24. Ornament Wire Wreath
Are you looking for an inexpensive and easy DIY wreath? Well, this is it. You only need a coat hanger and some inexpensive ornaments.
Then you feed the ornaments onto the hanger that you have turned into a circle. Then you close it. That is all there is to make a great looking wreath this holiday season.
25. The Snowman Table Setting
Whether you host a few or a crowd for Christmas dinner, you’ll love this table setting idea. It is super simple and festive.
So you’ll need white plates. You use them as the snowman’s body. Then you make the napkin his hat, the butter knife the rim to his hat, the forks are his arms, and then you use a carrot for his nose and some olives for his eyes and buttons. This is such a cute idea.
26. Gift Wrapped Door
This is a super simple Christmas decoration that looks really cute too. You can use some ribbon or some old fabric.
Then you cut it and wrap your door. You finish the look off with a bow so your door looks like a giant present.
27. Vases with Micro String Lights
This is a great idea and one that shouldn’t require a lot of time or effort to make the look come together. You just need a few pretty vases.
Then you add some ornaments, pine cones, and any other items that go well with the holiday. Finish the look with some lights.
28. Ornamental Window
Do you want a simple way to add some holiday cheer to a window in your home, office, or classroom?
Well, then you need to follow the tutorial so you can have a pretty bow and some ornaments dangling from that window for less than $10!
Well, you now have over 20 different Christmas decoration ideas that will work inside your home, outside of your home, in your office, or even in a classroom.
But I’d love to hear your thoughts. What are some of your favorite ways to decorate your home or office for the holidays?
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