It’s great to have you back this week to Whimsy Wednesday with last week’s
– favorites Charming Homemade Christmas Decor!
I’ve been wondering the craft stores looking at all the new ways to decorate for Christmas. So many options these days and so many styles. I love the vintage…the homemade…the things that bring holiday charm to the home. Here are a few lovely charming homemade Christmas decorations I adore.
You can create your own homemade DIY Rudolph home decor by using paint, cardstock or scrapbooking paper, and red fabric.
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You can transform plain bottle brush trees into classic sparkly Christmas decor. You only need three supplies to make these! Perfect for table decor.
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You can use scrap yarn to create these adorable little bows that had pom-poms! Create them in traditional Christmas colors OR you can use sparkly yarn too!
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You can find the solid lanterns at tons of stores around this time of year BUT we're going to transform them by adding seasonal natural decor pinecones and more!
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Combine festive Christmas ornaments, ribbon, and greenery in a picture frame to create this Christmas wreath decor!
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Grab your own wood veneer at your local home repair to make this festive garland you can hang anywhere!
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Choose from a few different free printable chalkboard style Christmas printable pages. You can reuse an old frame or get one from your local thrift store!
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Another easy-to-make crochet holiday decor idea. Use your scrap yarn and thread to piece together your holiday garland to hang on the mantel or use as table decor.
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Layer the wood rounds on your round wreath shape and add your holiday accents like pinecones, and greenery you can find at your local craft store!
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You can find old artwork at your local thrift store and repurpose it without damaging the original art. Use regular paper in large sheets to cover the artwork and make it new!
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Find your clear ornaments at local craft stores and repurpose old scarves! Use scrap lace or thread to tie them to the tree or around the house.
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These 3D printable snowflakes are perfect for the tree or to hang around the house. These are a lot easier to make than you'd think and quick too!
– super cute for the kids! Christmas Printable Collection