18 Colorful DIY Winter Decor Ideas
We’re just a stone throw away from the winter holidays when our homes completely change and start radiating light, joy and exuberance. It’s that time of the ear when we are better people, showing more concern and care for the loved ones, we make up and forgive and start looking to the future with sheer optimism, leaving all behind us. If you want to complete this warm atmosphere and also personalize your home before Santa knocks on your door, then turn to some of these DIY winter décor ideas. You will raise both the family and the guests’ interest and make your home a more welcoming place. Here are some crafts to inspire you.
It all starts, of course, with tree balls, the central element of all Christmas decorations. If you happen to have an old ball or even a bulb, then bring it back to life literally and turn into a terrarium which will make an original presence perched on the tree branches. It may come in different models, as seen in the images below.
Since we mentioned glass, then you should know that even a banal salt shaker can assume a decorative Christmas role. If they did it so can you.
An original idea, easy to carry out and with an undoubtedly consistent visual effect. A “fir-tree” spread across a wooden wall, with its outline and top built from various objects in a genuine shape and color mosaic which will spread energy across the room.
Welcome your guests with this season wreath which is a fine chromatic choice, matching the snow outside. Fir and pine cones, painted in white and strung on willow twigs, are the perfect sign telling your guests behind the door opens a small universe replete with light and high spirits, a truly holiday atmosphere. Or you can simply rely on paper towel tubes with perched jingles inside.
And, since there is no holiday spirit without the snowmen, Santa Claus and reindeer, then make them yourselves to render the atmosphere complete and delight the little ones, too. Here are some more images showing homemade winter decorations which will kindle that season joy and bliss in you.
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