7 DIY Christmas Home Decor Ideas 2020

Disclosure: DKMommySpot is reader-supported. We may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page.
Post Img

A Christmas celebration is not such an easy task. You have to think about different ideas and have to plan them accordingly. How will you decorate your home this time? This question always pops in your mind. If you are running out of expense and want to try something new and different, then you will always seek easy, innovative ideas that you can try yourself. So here are some home decor ideas for Christmas, which will be classy and simple.


1. Glitter Mason jar Lanterns Things you will need are

  • Glue
  • Plenty of glitters (Of Any Color)
  • Mason Jars
  • Ribbon
  • Safety gloves

Begin by applying glue on the outside of the Mason jar. You don't need to use a thick layer coat, and a thinly applied coating is sufficient. Make sure you are working on a surface that is permitted to get slightly adhesive. So it's better to wear safety gloves when you have layers of glitter stuck to your hands. Once you have covered your Jar with the glue, it's time to add the glitters. The glitter will quickly attach to the applied place, but to be safe enough, be generous when pouring the glitter. Roll it in your hand to eradicate the excess. Tie a ribbon at the neck of Mason jar and add in tea lights. And it will be ready to display.



2. Decorative String Chandelier Things you will need are

  • Water
  • Glue
  • Balloons
  • Threads
  • Mix some glue with water then dip the thread in the glue mixture.
  • Blow small balloon and wrap the thread on the balloon. Let it dry for a while.
  • After the balloons dried, burst them by using a pin.
  • Attach them in wire and put small lights in it so they can light.



3. Deck Your Doors with Pinecones

  • Pinecones
  • Ribbons
  • Hot glue
  • Shape a long fabric into a loop and hot glue to the pinecone's base, tie another ribbon into a bow and hot glue over the end of the first ribbon and hang it on a doorknob or handle.




  • Construction paper
  • Scissor
  • Tape
  • Stapler
  • First, take a construction paper and fold it into a triangle. Then with the help of scissors, cut the end. Again fold it into a small triangle. It should be like you can open the end side.
  • Then back, with the help of scissors, cut the paper into slits. Leave an inch from the other side. After making the slits, open the paper.
  • Grab the tape, go to the middle, pinch it just like a croissant and put a tape on each end, flip it over until you're completely done.

Make a lot of sets and, with the help of stapler, join them with their tail end in a cluster form to result in a flower shape. Hang them on your ceilings and windows.

5. Wreath

  • Evergreen foliage
  • Colored berry-bearing stems
  • Pinecones, Pieces of blue Spruce, Conifer, and some Holly.
  • First of all, cut the materials to size, the bundles of greenery will need to be in proportion to the frame. Separate the prepared materials into piles. Start by securing the wires to the frame. Wrapping it around the frame three or four times and pulling it tight.
  • Bring together your first bundle. Select a piece of each material to create a pretty, visually balanced effect. Keep the most massive pieces at the base and anything with berries towards the top. Secure the bundle with the frame. Place the packet where the wire is secured to the structure and wrap around the package three times. Continue adding packages like this effective way around the frame.



6. Fabulous Lunch Or Dine In

  • Make a brilliant centerpiece by filling a bowl with a cluster of splendidly shaded adornments. Put the bowl on a cake stand and cover the additional space with holly and evergreens.
  • You can fill your table with glass lanterns, pine cones, and work out with some greenery.
  • Bring out some winter effects on your desk. Take a transparent jar, filled it with some salt snow, and put a candle in the center, don't forget to light the candle.
  • Spread some red leaves and red berries on your table. It will enhance the beauty of your desk.


7. Brighten Up Your Mantel

  • If you have a fireplace with a mental, it's probably the first thing that comes to mind for Christmas decorations. It's like a star in your living room.
  • You can transform your mantel into countdown to Christmas by hanging an advent calendar on the front. Add some colorful ornaments and pops too. Mantel look will not be complete until you will do the addition of stockings. So don't forget to hang some stocking with your mantel.
  • You can attach simply red string embellished with cranberries and vintage decorative jars filled with evergreens. Use some garlands.
  • Add some fancy lights, deer statues, and vintage.