Categories
Loading
Welcome to Babble,
Settings
Sign Out

Get the Babble Newsletter!

Already have an account? .

20 Super Easy Decor Ideas for Christmas

I love the Christmas season but I don’t necessarily love covering the entire house with Christmas decor. I like doing a few accent areas and adding some decor that really makes a statement. I try to stay away from clutter and not too many “knick-knacks.” These are a few ideas that I think are just great because they can really set the tone for your living space. The best part? They are all SUPER easy and anyone can make them. I’ve included a few ornament ideas too!

View them after the jump!

nggallery id=’125865′

  • An Ornament Wreath 1 of 20
    An Ornament Wreath
    For indoors or out....make an easy ornament wreath!
    See how at Matt & Becky.
  • A Button Ornament 2 of 20
    A Button Ornament
    An adorable and easy button ornament.
    Click to view the directions at Martha Stewart.
  • Ribbon Scraps and Lighting 3 of 20
    Ribbon Scraps and Lighting
    A scrappy ribbon garland.
    See more photos at Whitney Caroline Designs.
  • A Bottle of Lights 4 of 20
    A Bottle of Lights
    I love this idea. Just fill a bottle with some Christmas lights!
    Idea via Decorate for the Holiday.
  • Free Printable 5 of 20
    Free Printable
    It doesn't get any easier than this. Banner and free printable Christmas subway art!
    See more at Eighteen25.
  • A Festive Centerpiece 6 of 20
    A Festive Centerpiece
    A color-themed festive table centerpiece!
    Click to see more at House of Smiths.
  • Christmas Apothecary Jars 7 of 20
    Christmas Apothecary Jars
    Refill those apothecary jars with bows and Christmas candy!
    See more ideas at Beach Cottage Decorating.
  • No Mess Glitter 8 of 20
    No Mess Glitter
    Make no-mess glitter ornaments!
    See the tutorial at Greenbean's Crafterole.
  • Add a Bow 9 of 20
    Add a Bow
    Add a bow to your throw pillows!
    See this idea and more at BHG.
  • DIY Modern 10 of 20
    DIY Modern
    Don't these just look amazing? DIY modern ornaments.
    Click to view the tutorial at Design Sponge.
  • Fabric Ball 11 of 20
    Fabric Ball
    An easy DIY fabric ball. Mix fabrics and sizes!
    Click to see the tutorial at Fresh Crush.
  • Lettered Plates 12 of 20
    Lettered Plates
    Already have plates hanging? Add some paper or vinyl letters to them.
    Idea via BHG.
  • Snow Candles 13 of 20
    Snow Candles
    Easy epsom salt snow candles.
    Click to see more at the Inspired Room.
  • Indoor Wreaths 14 of 20
    Indoor Wreaths
    Bring the wreaths inside!
    See this and more ideas at Between Naps on the Porch.
  • A Platter of Presents 15 of 20
    A Platter of Presents
    A few boxes and a cake stand! A great centerpiece or accent.
    Click to view at BHG.
  • Glittery Bulbs 16 of 20
    Glittery Bulbs
    A little glitter and some old vintage bulbs.
    See the tutorial at CRAFT.
  • Pom Poms 17 of 20
    Pom Poms
    Pom pom hanging garland! Love this!
    See the tutorial at Noodle Head.
  • Hanging Ornaments 18 of 20
    Hanging Ornaments
    Hang a bunch of ornaments together as a "chandelier."
    See this idea and more at Real Simple.
  • Dipped Pinecones 19 of 20
    Dipped Pinecones
    Paint dipped pine cones.
    See the tutorial at Factory Direct Crafts.
  • DIY Christmas Tree 20 of 20
    DIY Christmas Tree
    Make a Christmas tree with a tomato cage.
    See this idea at New England Design.

 

Like this post? Make sure to check out my other Christmas posts!

10 DIY Budget Stocking Stuffers I’ve Made.

10 Super Cool Stocking Stuffers for Kids.

10 Genius Stocking Stuffers for Adults.

 

 

 

 

READ MORE OF ASHLEY’S WRITING AT LIL BLUE BOO.

DON’T MISS A POST! FOLLOW ASHLEY ON TWITTER AND FACEBOOK.

FacebookTwitterGoogle+TumblrPinterest
Tagged as:

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, profile photo and other personal information you make public on Facebook (e.g., school, work, current city, age) will appear with your comment. Learn More.

FacebookTwitterGoogle+TumblrPinterest