5 Christmas Decorations That Will Cheer Up Your Home This Holidays

By Melissa Snyte
 
  • 1. Lights In a Bottle

    Whether you’re planning to use small bulbs or candlelights, there’s always something instantly dramatic about lights placed inside bottles. This season, why not turn those empty wine bottles into a cozy, classy Christmas decor?

    Lights In a Bottle
  • 2. Candy Jars

    All you’ll need are transparent jars of different shapes and sizes. Fill each one with jelly beans or M&M’s in colorful Christmas themes.

    Candy Jars
  • 3. Christmas Tree Ribbons

    You’ll need several meters of printed ribbons with broad surfaces and colorful beads. Choose Christmas colors and themes for the best effect.

    Christmas Tree Ribbons
  • 4. Coiled Wire For Christmas Tree

    This is a frugal, chic and minimalist alternative to buying your tree this Christmas. All you’ll need is a wire that is easy enough to bend but sturdy enough to stand and stay in shape.

    Coiled Wire For Christmas Tree
  • 5. Wreath Made Of Christmas Balls

    If you’ve stocked up on balls, it’s time to get them out and glue these together into a wreath. Lay down your balls and start conceptualizing.

    Wreath Made Of Christmas Balls

Christmas is all about the ambiance and that cheerful air of the holidays is what makes it the most awaited time of the year β€” for the young and the old alike. Welcome the spirit of Christmas to this season by dressing up your home in joyful yet easy decorations.

Top 5 Easy Decors To Make Your Home Ready For Christmas

There’s no place like home come Christmas so make sure you’re ready to let all your creative juices out and give holiday decorating your best shot. Here’s how:

1. Lights in a Bottle

Lights In a Bottle

Whether you’re planning to use small bulbs or candlelights, there’s always something instantly dramatic about lights placed inside bottles. This season, why not turn those empty wine bottles into a cozy, classy Christmas decor?

You’ll need empty, tinted wine bottles, regardless if they’re the same or different in sizes and shapes and tiny Christmas lights. Fit the tiny bulbs inside the bottles. Decorate with ribbons and Christmas symbols as you prefer.

2. Candy Jars

Candy Jars

All you’ll need are transparent jars of different shapes and sizes. Fill each one with jelly beans or M&M’s in colorful Christmas themes. Print and cut out photos of Santa, reindeers and snowman then place these on the lid. Add ribbons, cones and tiny wreaths if preferred.

3. Christmas Tree Ribbons

Christmas Tree Ribbons

You’ll need several meters of printed ribbons with broad surfaces and colorful beads. Choose Christmas colors and themes for the best effect. Fold the ribbons to resemble pine trees, placing beads in the middle of each fold. Do this alternately until you reach the broadest part of the tree. Use glue gun to keep the elements in place. Add another bead at the top with a string to hand it with. Do the same for your other ribbons.

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4. Coiled Wire For Christmas Tree

Coiled Wire For Christmas Tree

This is a frugal, chic and minimalist alternative to buying your tree this Christmas. All you’ll need is a wire that is easy enough to bend but sturdy enough to stand and stay in shape. You will also need a blue spotlight and a mesh cloth in silver.

Coil the wire to resemble a cone, starting with the base, all the way to the top. Once done, cover the tree with the mesh cloth. Position your spotlight inside the tree and voila! You got yourself a classic, cozy Christmas tree.

5. Wreath Made of Christmas Balls

Wreath Made Of Christmas Balls

If you’ve stocked up on balls, it’s time to get them out and glue these together into a wreath. Lay down your balls and start conceptualizing. It has to be of different sizes so it stays firm and in shape. Glue together and finish with a ribbon and a string to hang.

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Conclusion

Make these 5 creative, easy ways to decorate your home with your family, and already, you’ll be spreading the cheerfulness and love in the season. Bless your home with warmth with these one-of-a-kind decorating ideas.

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Melissa Snyte

Melissa Snyte has been a part of TheBeautyInsiders for over 6 years. Makeup is not just a hobby for her but it’s a lifestyle. She found her love with the beauty industry and began contributing her ideas in this field. In her free time she enjoys painting and gardening.