26. DIY Grinch Christmas Ornaments
You’re a sly one, Mr. Grinch! Such a memorable character that always reminds us of the story of how the Grinch found his Christmas spirit! And you will find yours when you’re making these super cool ornaments for your tree! They also make great gifts!
27. DIY Copper Stocking Rack
A super modern and alternative way to hang your stockings this year. The best part is that you don’t have to put it away after the holidays, it also makes a great place to hang your throw blankets or your wet socks!
28. Plywood Christmas Tree
Perfect for small apartments, studios, and tiny homes that don’t have the space to keep a real tree. A minimalist design that uses plywood or any recycled wood. Get creative decorating it by painting on some pine needles or Christmas ornaments, or leave it plain for a more simple design.
29. Evergreen Candle Holders
This is a stunning way to bring some of the outdoors inside. A splash of natural green makes your home feel warm and bright. These will really bring some light and color to your Christmas dinner table. Get creative with the glass holder that you choose. It could be old wine glasses, fish bowls or even flower vases.
30. Magical Christmas Lanterns
I loved how these mason jar lanterns turned out. On the original page, they give examples of how you can create the lanterns for every holiday. I must say though, the Christmas ones are my favorites. They bring a very magical touch to your Christmas holiday home.
31. DIY Christmas Card Display
Another amazing minimalist Christmas decorating idea. Sometimes your fridge door can really fill up with all the Christmas cards that you receive, so why not find another way to put them on display? It’s so nice to see them out in your home so that guests can also take a look. The different woods are a very beautiful way to display them.
32. Gorgeous Holiday Wreath
A beautiful display of nature! I am absolutely in love with this leafy green wreath and the beauty it brings to your home! You get to really be creative with the flora that you choose to make your own personal wreath. The small red berries really make it feel like Christmas.
33. “Let It Snow” Christmas Wreath
Another awesome and creative idea for a wreath to hang in your home this year! This one uses old fabric, some decorative trees and some slices of wood! You can grab the fabric at a local fabric store, or you can try checking out the thrift store and buy an old flannel shirt or scarf for cheap!
34. Tin Bell Garland
Another amazing garland idea. This time using antique bells and some string. You can try looking for some tin bells in your local dollar store or thrift shop. However, the original DIY page has some online suggestions on where they got their bells to use.
35. DIY Merry Sign
Need a little glam to spark up with winter wonderland home? This homemade Merry sign will definitely add some POP to your house! In the photo, they have used gold glittery balls but you can choose any color you like! Personally, I love the gold!
36. Fresh Greenery Globes
Another amazing nature-inspired Christmas idea for a fresh look. Cut some fresh greenery from the garden, forest or neighborhood park and start filling your clear baubles with your favorite fresh flora!
37. Mini House Wreath
Now, this is an idea I have never seen before! This is such a magical wreath that makes your imagination run wild! The little village in the snowy wreath will be the talk of the Christmas party. Add some lights to make it really shine!
38. Matchbox Branch Advent Calendar
A modern twist on the traditional advent calendar. Start collecting your old matchboxes and fill them with whatever goodies you’d like! You can also fill them with nice quotes or memories and photos you have with the person you love. Make it personal!
39. Black and Gold Christmas Party Tablescape
I love it! Another fantastical way to bring some Christmas magic to your dinner table! Create a joyful ambiance at your Christmas dinner party this year with these simple-to-make Christmas trees. Customize the colors to match your placemats and napkins.
40. Merry Pine Garland
Love, love, love this design to bring some happiness to your wintery home! Be merry and make this beautiful art project to brighten up your modern home. Sometimes less is more and that’s definitely true with the simple yet eye-catching DIY.
41. Cranberry Candle Holder
This art project takes all of 5 minutes to create and has a stunning result. Some simple pine branches and cranberries and a floating candle. Mason jars make an awesome holder for the project but you can get creative with what you want to use. Try painting the mason jar silver, gold or white!
42. Repurposed Ruler Tree
An awesome way to repurpose old folding rulers. This gives such a lovely rustic, vintage feel and will really spruce up any farm home during the holidays. Rulers can be found online or at local thrift stores.
43. DIY Giant Wooden Star
Got some old barn wood lying around? Found a bunch of used wood at the recycling depot? Well here is a great way to repurpose it! This giant holiday star will make your house twinkle and shine! Get creative with wood stains, glitter or ribbons!
44. Repurposed Crate Advent Calendar
The particular crate in the photo is a vintage coca-cola crate which I think is so cool! You will have so much fun looking for the vintage crate that you want to use for your advent calendar! Check out your local antique shops or online to get just the right one and then start cutting!
45. Vintage Christmas Tree Delivery Truck
This is such a fun project. It means you get to wander aimlessly through all the antique stores near you until you find just the right antique car or truck to deliver your miniature Christmas trees. Make a little sign and you’ve got yourself an awesome decoration!
46. Repurposed Books Stocking Hanger
Whoa! This is some serious creativity. Chalk paint on old vintage books, letter transferring of your favorite book titles and some beautiful hooks to finish it off. A very original idea that will have all your guests wondering where you got the stocking hangers!
47. Rusty Spring Christmas Tree
Looking for some RUSTic charm to add to your Christmas decorations this year? This is just the art project for you! Some old rusty springs on an old repurposed wooden board and a star to finish it off. Talk about cheap decorating with charming results.
48. Pinecone Wreath
Do you have a lot of pinecones laying around the yard? Well before making up this awesome Christmas wreath you can have a fun game of “pick up the pine cones” with the kids! Then start assembling the pine cones with some flora and lights and you’ve got yourself a green Christmas!
49. Mini Deer Pallet Ornament
Yes! Mini pallets are one of my new favorite art ideas. I am going to decorate my mini pallets with reindeer heads, snowmen, snowflakes, Christmas trees… Maybe a Santa hat… Oh! Or some skis! I better get started… I might be going at this for a while…
50. DIY Painted Gold Leaf Ornaments
I love the shine these globes have. They look like a mini world globe. They are easy to make and will really bring some spark to your Christmas tree, garlands or wreaths. Get creative in where you want to hang them. Try simply hanging them off an old tree branch, or maybe your staircase!