Holiday Decor DIY Roundup

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If you would rather spend your money on gifts than decor, here are a few ways to decorate your house for the holidays without having to break the bank! All of these DIYs are easy to create, and will leave your guests impressed.
Ribbon Wreath from The 36th Avenue

This dazzling wreath by the 36th Avenue is the perfect addition to any doorway. You would think wrapping a wreath in one style of ribbon might look a little boring, but that’s obviously not the case when using a ribbon coated in glitter!

Christmas Star DIY from Vosges Paris

This rustic Christmas star is unassuming and quaint. It’s ideal for those who subscribe to the theory that less is more.

Bottle Brush Dye DIY

Some people use a limited color palette for the holidays: red and green, gold and silver, blue and white. If you don’t like limiting yourself to only two or three colors, take a look at the tutorial above to learn how to dye bottle brush trees!

Color Blocked Menorah Centerpiece from Confetti Pop

We love the bold pop of color on this disassembled menorah by Confetti Pop, and the assorted color blocking patterns create a mix-and-match look!

Gingerbread Centerpiece from Hanielas

Make your holidays sweet with a gingerbread centerpiece, and try thinking outside of the house. This Eiffel Tower centerpiece from Hanielas is simple, elegant and romantic. Perfect for a pair of Francophiles celebrating the season!

From wreaths to ornaments, this is the most decor heavy season of the year! What’s your holiday decoration strategy?

6 comments on “Holiday Decor DIY Roundup

  1. lovelydeer says:

    Love these great ideas!

  2. This Beautiful Life says:

    I love the trees!!!! Do you mind sharing where you got the dye and mini trees?

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