Doors dont have to be decorated with wreaths, and fridges and staircases dont have to be left bare. Im a real Christmas freak so when the time come around, I like to pull out all the stops to decorate the entire house; inside and out. Ive collected some of my absolute favorite festive home decorations so that not only will be people amazed when they walk in your house, but their jaws will drop even when theyre just passing by the outside, too.
Craft Stick Snowflakes
These oversized snowflakes will look absolutely beautiful hanging on your wall or windows. The process of putting them together is straightforward and you can paint them however you want to suit your home.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit CraftyNest
This is ridiculously easy to make and looks so awesome! I like the rustic look of the wood, so Id like to keep it outside, but itll work just about anywhere. You can even paint the wood if you want something a bit more colorful.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit BeyondThePicketFence
Ball Ornament Window Decoration
If youve followed our other suggestions of making your own tree decorations then heres a great way to put your old ball ornaments to good use; and if you dont have enough, just go buy some cheap ones from the dollar store. All you have to do then is hang them from your window and youve got yourself a quick and easy decoration.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit JamieOfAllTrades
Your mailbox is another extension of your house so why not decorate it? This Rudolph makeover is just so charming and its pretty easy to do: you basically just wrap it in rope and then add the finishing touches.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit HGTV
Bring the elves to the table by folding your napkins either as little elf hats or shoes; theyre just as adorable as each other! You need not be an origami expert: its easy to do and will really give that table of yours just that extra touch to make everyones smiles just that little bit bigger.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit GoodHousekeeping and Tinyprints
Spread the Joy to the entire neighborhood with these moss-covered letters on your door. I just love the natural look and feel, and the green color is just perfect! Of course, you can spell out whatever you want with the wooden letters: Noel, Santa etc.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit UncommonDesigns
Although this holly is oversized, its a nice minimalist, simplistic design to brighten up your wall; and since we all know how busy this time of year gets, Ive picked this specifically because its easy and quick to make.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit Snow&Graham
Christmas Lights Garland
Dress up your stairway with this lovely light-and-fabric garland! I quite enjoy keeping the houselights dimmed during my Christmas dinner so that all the candles and fairy lights create a festive ambiance, so this fits in perfectly with my plan.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit CharmingZebra
Cotton Ball Snow
Have you ever noticed how cotton balls look like little snowballs? Someone came up with the brilliant idea of stringing them together to make a snowball garland and Im in love with the white Christmas! You can hang this literally anywhere; the more strings the merrier!
DIY Instructions and Project Credit TwoDelighted and TheVintageWife
If you like a little bit of darkness at Christmas then instead of turning your door into a giant Santa or Snowman, turn it into the Grinch! If you have the colored paper lying around t home then you can certainly use that, but bear in mind that felt with last longer and be more durable in the cold weather.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit EastCoastCreative