1.POPSICLE STICK SNOWFLAKES
Simply arrange, glue and spray paint popsicle sticks for a snowy indoor wall scene.
2.FLORAL TREE WRAP
If you’re skeptical about replacing your traditional lights and ornaments, why not try this gorgeous floral wrap on a smaller second tree? Simply cut down silk flower stems and stick them in — the more the merrier.
If you want to guarantee a white Christmas, take a note from this blogger and dust your tree with polyfill batting. Nearly as good as the real thing.
Bring the outside in this holiday season. This no-cost DIY only requires that you bring flower planters into your home and fill them with shrubbery from the yard.
5.NO-SEW TREE SKIRT
This simple flannel tree skirt, with a feminine scallop trim, is no-sew — and oh so pretty.
Fill lanterns with colorful ornaments for a warm and welcoming outdoor scene.
Forget mistletoe — kissing balls are the new romantic Christmas decor object of choice. This pine and pinecone version is a perfect addition to any doorway — and requires little more than a foam ball, ribbon and greenery from your backyard.
You’ll want to make these little signs using all of your favorite Christmas expressions. This DIY requires a few blocks of wood and the good ole set of hammer and nails — but the result is more than worth the effort.
Bring a winter landscape to your Christmas tablescape — add votive candles to slabs of birch for a simple but stunning centerpiece.
10.INDOOR CAMP FIRE
Get the campfire experience without venturing out into the cold: Try this DIY (which requires lace strips and real branches), then light a smoky, pine-scented candle and make s’mores in the microwave.