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45 DIY Christmas Decoration Ideas to make the day more Memorable

Nothing like homemade decorations and creations! Frankly, Christmas is one such time of the year where you can play about with ideas and execute all your plans to action within a minimal budget. Whoever said that decking up yourself and your home with stunning items means going to the market and purchasing expensive stuff stands wrong. The season is of merriment and spreading love.

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This Christmas season sit at home, keep yourself warm, create amazing DIY Christmas gifts which will bring smile on your husband/boyfriend face.So this time, gear up for an amazing year end with some DIY Christmas decoration ideas. You will be amazed at your own creativity and also how people appreciate you for your efforts.

DIY Christmas Decoration Ideas

Holiday show pieces

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One Yuletide idea that will definitely be worth the pain is making showpieces of old kitchen glass jars. Turn them into winter wonderlands as you place some small Christmas trees in them, few having reindeers and so on. Don’t forget to put heaps of salt at the bottom that depicts ice lands.

Ice Lanterns

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Put on your thinking caps and utilize Mother Nature too. When guests enter a well lit home, they also turn to look at how the bulbs and fittings have been set. You can choose to get some ice from outside or let the freezer do the talking or simply put some water inside plastic cartons, keeping the middle section empty. That’s where the light should be set and the lantern can be kept either indoors or outdoors, depending on your convenience.

Cute Calendar

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The countdown to Christmas is another fun activity that most of us do in our minds only. This time start counting your days with a calendar. Take a chart paper and stick little paper envelopes. Stuff the latter with cutesy items like toys, ribbons, wrappers, tickets, candies and more. You can use rubber stamps for inking dates or making some other motifs with dark shaded markers. Embellish them with other bling and add-ons and pin it up on a cupboard. Unfold the magic as Christmas draws near!

Shiny disco balls

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If you have a habit of discarding old bulbs, stop right there! Keep some for this Christmas and take out the worn filament. Clean it thoroughly and wrap at the bottom with a silver paper. Now cut out small pieces of your old CD’s and stick on the exterior of the bulb with glue. Hang it around your house or near the porch area. Regardless of whether it’s lit or not, the multihued object makes for perfect disco balls.

Random centerpieces

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With children dropping in frequently during the party season and ushering the Yuletide mood, a bowl or jar of treats are must haves. Small chocolates, toys and candies can be stuffed inside unused bowls and jars, but remember to wrap them in glittery papers. You can taper it with ribbons outside or spray false snow for an icy frost look.

Innovative candle stands

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The basic idea behind going DIY is thinking about affordability too. So bring those old wine bottles and wrap lovely ribbons around it. Take out the cork and fit in your scented candles at the top. You can also choose a colored paper and fix it on the bottle, on top of which the ribbons can be tied. Recycled ways are much better alternatives and this kind of candlesticks will add to newness all the more.

Paper gift packets

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Packaging is surely an art. Instead of just decking around randomly, make sure you not only gift your near and dear ones but also pay attention to the packing of the presents. How? The same old plastics and cloth bags are passé. Get those craft papers and make an outline of common Christmas item shapes. Put the gift inside and stitch the edges with a thread, preferably with a contrasting color.

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Reinvent your own and see the fun when you incorporate DIY Christmas decoration ideas.

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