DIY décor doesn’t have to look homemade. DIY décor can be beautiful and elegant décor that is custom created for your home. The best DIY Christmas decorations are those that are simple, easy, and elegant. I have rounded up the best of the best to give you 12 days of DIY décor that give you a sophisticated holiday look without spending a lot.
Start saving your wine or sparkling cider bottles from Thanksgiving and use them again for beautiful white Christmas décor. The metallic accents and textured faux snow gives these bottles an upscale look that is eye-catching chic.
No mantel? No problem, a stocking hanger is a great way to ensure your stockings are ready for Santa. Paint it to match your home décor, or use a natural wood stain for a more rustic look.
Old frames and a little chalkboard paint can transform your walls into a holiday gallery that is unique and stylish. Paint the chalkboard paint directly on the glass and add your own style of art.
We love Ana White’s construction plans for all the rooms in your home. This Christmas décor shelf is a stunning way to display some of your favorite family decorations in a beautifully framed tree.
A few sprigs of faux or natural pine and a set of indoor Christmas lights create a beautiful way to line your doorways and light up your hallways with holiday spirit.
I love the deer silhouette on this mantel. It’s easy to create with reclaimed wood and a little white paint. You can make it any size you need to fit your space.
Small and inexpensive votive candles get a major makeover with a little bit of glitter. Arrange several in a beautiful Christmas centerpiece, add a bit of holiday sparkle to the bathroom or bedroom.
Of course we all know Dasher and Dancer, so why not bring them into the home. This simplistic subway sign is classic farmhouse style that can be added to any home as a beautiful holiday accent.
Inexpensive faux pears can be found at any home décor or dollar store and are completely transformed with metallic glitter. Add a bowl of sparkling fruit to your dinner table or kitchen counter for a bit of Christmas bling.
Custom Christmas pillows can be pricey, but you can easily take plain, old pillows and give them a holiday facelift with Style Me Pretty and her tutorial on upcycling pillows to enhance your holiday décor.
Can you believe these beautiful candlesticks are made from the dollar store? A little spray paint and some carefully arranged napkins (yes, those are napkins), create a beautiful display for any holiday mantel.
Don’t forget about the outside! Can you believe these lighted balls are made from chicken wire and bush shaped Christmas lights? It’s a wonderfully simple way to add elegance to your property.
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