Stop using the same tired Christmas tree decorations that you and your family have been using for decades. Spice up your tree with these new and improved ornaments that are sure to impress people – no matter how big your tree is. These are also easy enough to do yourself, so no need to spend loads of money at the store.
What’s cuter than a Christmas tree? A miniature one! Toss some green paint on some pinecones, add a handful of beads – and boom! You’ve got a recipe for adorable new ornaments.
If you’re a crafty person then you probably have scrap ribbon lying around. Put those pieces to good use and create some tiny trees to decorate with. You can also use fabric that you find at your local fabric store as a cheap alternative.
Add some inexpensive color to your tree with this easy recipe for holiday decor. This DIY is so easy you can even do it while watching TV.
Add some non-traditional colors to your tree with these awesome psychedelic bulbs. They’re easy and one of many different ways to make those glass bulbs more exciting.
Want to make your job even simpler? Check out these sweet Christmas decoration templates that you can print out, fold up, and hang on your tree. Easy as that!
Reclaimed wood is so in right now. Why not get that modern style up on your tree? It’s actually pretty easy to transfer your photos onto thin pieces of wood and show off your memories and your creativity this holiday season. Check it out at The Homesteady.
Water is a bad combination with Christmas lights, so these snow globe ornaments are water-free – but still amazing! Check out the how-to over at DIY Inspired.
Love food? Check out these lightweight and delicious foodie ornaments over at Bubbly Nature Creations. These bulbs are great at conveying the holiday spirit and are handy in a pinch when you need to make a delicious holiday beverage!
Get even more creative with your Christmas decorating and make a cool ornament out of Scrabble tiles. Crafts by Amanda suggests a “let it snow” design, but you can have your own ornaments say anything you want. Go crazy!
If you’re a pet lover, then maybe making a paw print of your favorite animal is the way to go. You can immortalize your pet’s print in salty dough and then paint it however you want.
For more awesome ways to decorate your Christmas tree, check out this folder full of more ideas.