Why pay someone else to do something you can easily do yourself? With these tips on DIY holiday decoration, you’ll discover how easy it can be to spruce up your house and avoid spending money on decorating expenses this holiday season. From creating your own wreath for the front door to making homemade Christmas ornaments, you’ll save money and create memories that will last long after the holidays are over.
DIY Home Decor Tips
The holidays are a fun and festive time of year, but let’s face it – it can be hard to find original ideas for decorating. Check out these home decorating tips that you can use to DIY your home from top to bottom, wall to wall. You’ll learn how to create gifts (like a beautiful vase or personal chef service), make delicious treats (like confetti cake or butter-beer puffs), and even bake a gingerbread house with your friends! This guide will help you get into the holiday spirit with projects that are easy and fun. But most importantly, all of these DIY home decor tips are budget-friendly – so you won’t break your bank just trying to buy things for your home. Now go start crafting and have some fun!
DIY Christmas Holiday Decoration
The holidays are here, and that means it’s time to get out your Christmas decor. It’s also time to relax a little bit holiday decoration can be simple. You don’t have to hire an interior designer or spend big bucks on expensive decorations when you can make your own using some fun and easy DIY holiday decoration tips that make Christmas decorating stress-free. We created our own holiday mantle for less than $100! All you need is a large piece of plywood, some pine cones, birch bark from outside (or art supply store), ribbon, and artificial garland. We used painter’s tape as markers to keep everything evenly spaced and then just stapled everything in place with a staple gun! It was so much fun! And best of all no interior designer is required!
DIY Garden Holiday Decoration
Decorating your garden with Christmas lights or other holiday decoration is an easy way to make sure that your yard adds to your home’s holiday spirit. But, before you run out and start hanging lights, there are a few things you should know about protecting yourself from electrocution and fire hazards. Fortunately, most house fires during the winter months have nothing to do with Christmas lights—they’re due to more dangerous electrical devices like space heaters and non-grounded extension cords.
DIY Holiday Entertaining
When you’re hosting family and friends over any holiday entertaining, it can be an especially rewarding experience. But with so much to do and so little time, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed before a party even begins. By taking a few simple steps in advance, you can ensure your next holiday gathering will be stress-free—and fun! From planning menus and gifts to organizing cleaning crews and rounding up goodie bags (or take-home boxes), your friends will think you spent all day on decorations and special touches when really they’ll just think that you’re awesome.
DIY New Year’s Eve Decorating
First, for holiday decoration, start by preparing your supplies. Clean off a large table and set it aside. Take out every item you will need for your New Year’s celebration. You’ll need festive streamers, balloons, a cardboard crown to wear on New Year’s Eve, silly hats, and party favors to make sure your guests have fun throughout the night. Have plenty of small lights around to place on your tree and as table centerpieces so that you can have a great atmosphere without needing electricity or worrying about people tripping over extension cords. As you’re putting everything together throughout December, put it all in a festive box so that on New Year’s Eve all you have to do is grab it from under your bed and get ready for an evening of fun!