Christmas Decorations that You can Make in Half an Hour
The most magical holiday of the year is almost here! However, it always seems to come with a lot of last-minute hassles. Are you ready for the festive season?
New life for old bulbs
Old bulbs, glue, and glitter are all you need to create these wonderful hangings for your Christmas tree.
Decorations for the house
Christmas branches will give your home a real Christmas feel, especially if you decorate them with toys and garlands.
To make this wonderful decoration, all you need is a jar, glue, and glitter.
Don’t limit yourself to only hanging garlands on the Christmas tree. They can be delightful decorations on any object, such as a mirror.
Empty wine bottles could be great Christmas vases. You just have to paint them white and sprinkle coarse salt before the paint dries.
Cinnamon sticks, string, spruce twigs, and buttons are all you need to create these cute little hangings.
Beautiful cookie tins can be used as candleholders.
Fill empty bottles with a string of lights to get these incredibly beautiful decorations.
Such snowmen will create a holiday atmosphere for your festive dinner.
Christmas balls are great decorations for windows as well.
Attach spruce twigs on the bicycle wheel using tape.
Hang Christmas balls and toys on the chandelier to turn it into a real festive lamp.
You can easily make such incredible stars using 30 drinking straws tied with a zip-tie.
One more awesome candle jar idea using salt.
Try this festive table setting. Your guests will love it!
Give your fridge a face!
It’s best to paint on the windows with gouache or toothpaste diluted with water.
You can make unique snowflakes from wooden sticks. Ice cream sticks would be perfect for such crafts.
Don’t forget to put up paper snowflakes on the windows. It really adds to the atmosphere!