With Christmas celebrations approaching, the special decoration of this party appears in all kinds of space, at home, at work, in shops and even in public places with industrialized or artisanal ornaments, the most important is being able to make special decoration to suit everyone People who see it convey the values of Christmas. Today we are the handmade Christmas ornaments talk
Today we’re separating 60 ideas to inspire you in Christmas decorations, but with a completely DIY or handmade footprint!
Then you are going to sort all of your stuff and check out these very important tips before you start:
- Office Supplies : Discover stationery items that can compose various Christmas items like colored papers, adhesive tapes, inks and glitter for fun and super cheap decor.
- Explore the manual arts : knitting, crocheting, embroidery … Work with fabrics such as felt, satin ribbons
- Sustainable craft : The recycling and recovery of elements and objects are among the most researched waves of contemporary craft.
- Repackaging the old and the traditional : The funniest thing is to work with the established references, the classics such as trees, round ornaments, garlands, bells, lights … Everything can be done in a more modern tone and with your favorite style!
60 ideas for handmade Christmas ornaments should be inspired step by step
Well, let’s get together: we’re separating the best ideas from handmade Christmas ornaments so you can get some inspiration before making yours. Take a look at the individual examples step by step
Image 1 – Fabric poster of Christmas tree with texture and relief.
A Christmas tree can be expensive and take up a lot of space, especially if your home is small. How about unleashing creativity and building an alternate tree to hang on the wall? A fabric base can be a great choice.
Image 2 – Chain of stars with countdown to the time to celebrate.
Stars are recurring elements in Christmas decorations and can be made from a variety of materials, from paper to small wooden boxes. For an even more special touch, do a countdown!
Figure 3 – Wires for modeling and laying on the tree.
Wires are very versatile and you can use them to make many types of drawings. Use the imagination to create a different and creative tree canopy!
Figure 4 – Whimsical tree decorations.
To get out of a traditional decor and create something with your face, invest in paints and other materials to customize ornaments you already have at home!
Picture 5 – How to make mini Christmas trees with colored string.
Here is a complete tutorial on how to make this type of tree! Think about how you find it more interesting, with more or less string in the structure:
Image 6 – Hanging stockings: festive and personalized.
The stockings that hang in the fireplace may not be part of the Christmas tradition in Brazil, but mainly in the United States, they are items that cannot be lacking in decoration!
Image 7 – Fake Christmas lights.
The colorful blinkers are nice and add more color to the decor, but an alternative to these little lights is your paper sizes with lots of brightness!
Picture 8 – Pinhas full of colors and shimmer to decorate the house.
Pine cones, pine fruits, the most famous trees of Christmas, can be found in several places and make a super different and inexpensive decoration. Collect in parks and give them a new and special glow!
Image 9 – Tree without leaves and various EVA ornaments.
In recent years, with minimalist decoration trends and inspiration in Scandinavia, Christmas trees are getting new shapes, sizes and even branches can be used to make a different Christmas decoration. Complement with simple, easy-to-make embellishments with stationery.
Picture 10 – Handmade Christmas ornament for table: ring for napkin with tree format.
In an elegant and well-crafted table, the napkin holders give the decor, even more in the Christmas style, a finishing touch.
Image 11 – Garland with colorful straws.
Use traditional shapes with new materials, like this garland, to innovate in Christmas decorations! To do this, use a rounded base a few inches wide made of cardboard or paraná paper and fit straws to the completion of the wheel.
Figure 12 – Christmas decorations personalized for the tree.
Picture 13 – To do with children: decorate Christmas tree paper with the memories of the year.
As already mentioned, the Christmas decor enchants most people, especially children, who want to prepare everything for the arrival of Santa Claus. Enjoy the wave of handcrafted trees and alternatives to ride along with the little ones and decorate with the best times of the year!
Picture 14 – Decorating the table with the decorations left over from the decoration of the tree.
Tree decorations left? Use to decorate another place in the house or even to decorate the Christmas dinner table!
Figure 15 – Handmade Christmas tree ball: the closed paper umbrella turns into a Christmas tree to decorate the cupcakes.
Stick umbrellas are very popular for decorating drinks with a more tropical face, but they are also easy to toppers for your candy and in the right color in the Christmas mood.
Picture 16 – Christmas ornament: Christmas mason jars.
The darlings of the moment in decoration couldn’t miss! Glass jars are great containers for various types of decoration and even packaging for a Christmas keepsake.
Picture 17 – Christmas with cheerful colors and relaxed at the table.
Christmas decorations have a traditional pattern with shapes and colors that appear all the time, but if you are a little more creative you can create new patterns and traditions for your party.
Picture 18 – Time to draw and paint.
Another example of how Christmas decorations can be simple, easy, cheap and super creative!
Image 19 – Pendant decoration with colored straws and a model to follow!
The pendant decoration is also in fashion lately and is one of the funniest and easiest: use straws and string to create a mobile with straight lines. And if you want a more sophisticated touch, paint with a metallic spray! Nobody will realize how easy it was! See this picture from Step by Step 1 and Step by Step 2 to do something similar.
Image 20 – Another artificial blinker to make the decor more fun and spontaneous.
Picture 21 – Christmas bells scattered around the house.
The bells are another Christmas sensation! They can be bought in bulk and scattered around every corner of the house, creating simpler dots of decor.
Picture 22 – Do it yourself decoration: The Christmas figures.
Another idea with the little ones: decorate pots and create completely new characters for this time of year. Don’t forget to pack them well!
Image 23 – Craft Christmas decorations: musical Christmas socks.
Another example of stockings hanging and customized.
Picture 24 – Small trees that are scattered around the house and are waiting for many presents.
For those who prefer a more subtle decoration or have a smaller house, Christmas mini-trees placed on tables provide the decoration and even several places for Santa to fill with presents!
Image 25 – Different gift boxes.
In posts about souvenirs and gifts, we always talk about different packages and with the theme of the party. Christmas cannot be any different, apart from the theme papers, think of boxes with special formats.
Picture 26 – Alternative garlands.
How about other party decorations to point out the Christmas decorations?
Picture 27 – Decorating with cookie cutters.
Picture 28 – A Christmas reminder so as not to become empty.
Like the umbrellas that rotate the tree, you can mount something like toothpicks and paper mache!
Image 29 – Cardboard Santa hat with pompom on top.
To make a Christmas hat for your guests for Christmas, make a cone with red paper of larger weight and decorate it in white pieces.
Picture 30 – Tropical ornaments for the tree.
Christmas decorations always refer to items like snow and reindeer with scarves and hats to protect themselves from the cold, but that is a far cry from the Christmas season here in Brazil. If you want to get out of these clichés, think of tropical elements to decorate your house and tree.
Image 31 – Reindeer piñatas.
A reindeer-shaped piñata can make things even more exciting and still be fun for kids and adults alike.
Image 32 – Mobile for Christmas cards and special moments of the year.
Image 33 – Packaging in a Christmas mood in different colors.
Picture 34 – Artistic wall decoration, inspired by nature.
Green and red are colors in nature and the inspiration for many traditional Christmas elements comes from her, like the pine and the typical red fruits of this time. To save and get back to the roots of tradition, collect twigs and plants and use pearls instead of berries (so they don’t spoil and you can still eat them).
Fig. 35 – Step by step: Printed paper cords to hang on the tree.
Another essential element of tree decoration that can be made with ribbon or with paper, like in this step-by-step picture!
Picture 36 – Different and super easy to do with acetate and lacquer.
To make the job easier, use a thread cone as a template.
Picture 37 – Christmas decoration balls on the wall.
Image 38 – Elastic and pearls as a napkin holder.
Another example of a simple napkin holder that leaves the table very elegantly. The most interesting of the neutral or transparent color beads is that they can be used at other times of the year too!
Picture 39 – Christmas tinsel in the bowls for a special toast.
Image 40 – Felt Santa in the shape of a cone.
Image 41 – Photo mobile to celebrate the most beautiful moments in the year of your beloved companions.
After all, all family members deserve a retrospective of the year!
Picture 42 – Composition with embroidery in the frame in the form of a Christmas tree.
Create a super creative composition for the embroiderers by sewing together different Christmas embroideries behind the scenes!
Image 43 – Final packaging with paper mistletoe.
Mistletoe is one of the typical Christmas plants and can leave the packaging neutral with a Christmassy and special touch.
Picture 44 – Handmade Christmas ornament for door: garlands with artificial leaves.
Image 45 – Socks with a glamorous touch.
Figure 46 – Candlesticks to reduce the lighting of the area.
Don’t you have sconces at home to create a cozy and intimate atmosphere for dinner? Use empty bottles!
Figure 47 – Ornaments with bubbles style globe from mirrors.
Picture 48 – Christmas decoration with lots of balls.
Pearls can be great allies when it comes to making homemade Christmas decorations!
Picture 49 – Capriche at dinner and their presentation.
A menu leaves dinner with a professional face!
Image 50 – Different Christmas trees for those who have the party spirit.
For those who love a shop selling decorative items and mixing colors, textures and materials, here is a super fun Christmas tree that will delight your guests with creativity.
Picture 51 – Decoration of the table for Christmas: chain of leaves.
This chain of leaves for the table can be made with natural leaves or with fabrics that imitate leather. The tip for anyone who uses natural leaves is to pick and drive the chain on Christmas Day so it doesn’t dry out too quickly.
Image 52 – Tree decorations with twisted cord.
Picture 53 – Goblins souvenir candy from the Santa Claus factory.
Santa Claus may not always bring the expected gift, but a keepsake can make guests happier.
Picture 54 – Doing Pine Owl at Home.
Still reusing the pine cones found in the squares and parks! Call the kids to meet the new characters in this celebration! To make these owls super beautiful, stick with it step by step:
Figure 55 – Decorative wires on the bubbles.
Image 56 – Top of Tunes in the cupcake.
Image 57 – Easy and quick to do Christmas tree with mold.
Put together Christmas trees on paper for a jet decor and decorate as you like! We part with mold step by step to make it even easier. Here is how to make this craft step by step, O shape 1, it’s shape 2 in pictures.
Picture 58 – Embellishment with glass bottles.
Image 59 – Canudos festive to celebrate the holidays of the end of the year.
Picture 60 – Garlands with balls and pompons made of wool.
Christmas chains are super typical and can give all sorts of effects in the house, from the most colorful, with the most varied of ornaments to the most elegant. Wool pompoms can help in any climates you want, just choose the right color. Do not know how? Check out this step-by-step picture for now!