Blogmas Day 2 – DIY Christmas Decorations


Blogmas Day 2

Hey everyone! It is Doecember 2nd which means it is day 2 of Blogmas, so sorry I’m late it has been kind of chaotic.  Today’s post is going to be about quick and easy DIY Christmas Decorations.  Anyone can do them!  I researched high and low because I really wanted them to be actual DIY’s, with easy affordable products, and things you find at home.  It being the holidays I know a few of these I’ll be trying out myself.   They are all things you can do with kids, as a family, or at a holiday party.

These ideas and picture tutorials are found on several different sites and I will link all of them.  So, take a look…

 

  1. Ice cream cone ornaments

PicMonkey CollageFor detailed instructions and more please check out Jessica at http://howaboutorange.blogspot.com/2011/12/easy-paper-ice-cream-ornaments.html

  1. No-sew Felt Stockings

PicMonkey Collage2These can be designed and decorated anyway you please.  For more ideas and detailed instructions go to http://www.hgtv.com/design/make-and-celebrate/handmade/how-to-make-a-no-sew-felt-stocking

  1. Christmas Card Wreath

PicMonkey Collage3Final result:IMG_2659

For in-depth instructions and more please go to http://www.craftinessisnotoptional.com/2010/12/christmas-card-wreath-tutorial.html check out more of Jess’s ideas and crafts she has cooked up.

 

  1. Glitter Glass OrnamentsPicMonkey Collage4

With these you can use more than one glitter, as well as plastic or glass bulb ornaments if you choose, and make them even more festive.  To get detailed instructions please go to http://www.hgtv.com/design/make-and-celebrate/handmade/make-glitter-glass-ball-ornaments

These were just a few decorations that I saw and loved.  You can make or recreate your own version of these and tag me on Instagram #UniqueliMADE.  If you have any you like would like to share leave a comment below.  See ya’ll tomorrow!


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