8 Cheap DIY Christmas Decor Ideas
The festive season is a magical time of year with so many wonderful opportunities to wow your guests with delicious decor, but it can also be pretty expensive.
Enjoy the party as much as everyone else and decorate like a pro with these 8 cheap DIY Christmas decor ideas that cost next to nothing…
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1. Adorable bauble cocktail welcome drinks
Wow your guests by serving them adorable bauble cocktail welcome drinks in coupe glasses for them to pour when ready. Equally impress the kids by dipping cups into melted chocolate before covering with sprinkles.
2. Tree Cone Decorations
Make decorative snowy trees by rolling card into cones and adorning with glitter, sparkly twine and cute little pom poms. They look wonderful grouped together on the dining table and they don’t have to be in traditional colours either. Think outside the box for a wow factor!
3. Alternative Tree Decor
Baubles can be expensive if you like to be unique so if you want the designer look without the price tag how about using paper honeycomb balls and artificial flowers instead? They’re much cheaper plus you can use them all year round. Alternatively, spray paint toy cars and fix miniature brush trees to the top using twine.
4. Furry Mantle Decor
Cover cardboard letters with faux fur for cosy yet chic mantle decor
5. Displaying Treats
Take your treats out of their boxes and serve in clear glass jars for a beautiful display. Wrap fairy lights around the bottom for an extra dose of shine and sparkle.
6. Milk & Cookies Cart
Make your own bar or milk & cookies cart by using a tea trolley or covering a small table in festive cloth. Add glasses, drinks, straws, treats, some festive decorations and you’re away! It’ll make your job as host easier too.
7. Spray Painted Bottles
Spray paint miniature bottles of your guests’ favourite drinks for low cost yet impressive gifts. Add name tags and they’ll double up as place-cards for your table. The full DIY is here
I hope you’ve enjoyed my 8 cheap DIY Christmas Decor Ideas; if you have any more to share please add in the comments below or share with me by tagging @ohsokel on Instagram.
Until next time,