This post contains a roundup of ten easy to make DIY dollar store Christmas decorations.
10 Dollar Store Christmas DIY decorations that are super easy
The holidays are coming.
The holidays are coming.
It’s all so exciting.
But it can be oh so expensive.
So I’ve put together a post to help you cut back on spending at Christmas.
Safe in the knowledge that your home will look suitably festive.
All courtesy of some brilliant ideas for dollar store DIY Christmas decorations.
I’ve also made sure that each of these ideas is easy to make.
Because few of us have the time to spend trying to figure out complicated Christmas crafts.
I hope you like the roundup.
If you want to get even more creative, do visit the Homemade Christmas decorations post I put together a while back.
It’s been a super popular post on Pinterest and has even more ideas for easy to make homemade Christmas decorations.
Dollar store Christmas DIY decorations
1. Felt garland
I love the simplicity of this felt garland.
It’s literally just lots of colourful felt balls tied together.
I love that the colour scheme is totally non-traditional for Christmas.
Felt band garland | My Sparkle
2. Gem icicle ornaments
These gorgeous gem icicle ornaments work their magic most when they catch the light.
They are perfect for draping over the arms of a Christmas tree or to use to create a Christmas table centrepiece.
Such a simple but effective dollar store Christmas decoration idea.
Gem icicle ornaments | Mad in Crafts
3. DIY berry wreath
Who doesn’t love berries at Christmas?
This DIY berry wreath is super simple to make and totally conjures up the feel of Christmas with its classic colour combination of red, white and green.
DIY Berry Wreath | That’s What Che Said
4. Duster Christmas wreath
This duster wreath kills me!
Who would have thought that you could create a gorgeous wreath, that looks like it’s straight from a ballet dancers tutu, from dusters?!
Duster wreath | Craftberry Bush
5. Snowy pinecone candle Mason jars
If you’re a regular visitor to Mums Make Lists you’ll know I have a thing for Mason Jars.
I’ve even done a roundup of Mason Jar Christmas decoration ideas so pop through the link to have a look for more Mason Jar Christmas inspiration.
Adding a candle to a Mason Jar is a gorgeous way to bring a little sparkly light to Christmas.
Snowy pinecone candle Mason jar | Crafts by Amanda
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6. DIY botanical ornament
I’m totally won over by the simplicity of this beautifyl botanical Christmas ornament.
It’s made with real foliage and berries.
Perfect for hanging from the branches of a Christmas tree or for popping a few into a Mason jar as a table centrepiece.
Botanical Christmas ornament | The Crafted Life
7. Framed reindeer silhouettes
Reindeers are synonymous with Christmas.
Creating a silhouette cutout of a reindeer and then putting it into a frame is a super simple but effective way to create Christmas decor with impact.
Framed reindeer silhouettes | Saved By Love Creations
8. Iced branches
Who doesn’t love an iced branch?!
These super easy to make DIY decorations can be used bunched together to make a Christmas table centrepiece.
Or you can get creative and use them on the staircase or as a wall decoration.
Iced branches | Make them Wonder
9. Mason jar globes
This is another idea featuring foliage within a decoration.
There are SO many ways to use Mason Jars for a hipster take on DIY decorations.
This has to be one of my favourites.
Use them on a hall table or as a centrepiece on the Christmas table.
Mason jar globes | Make + Haus
10. Paper evergreens
These paper evergreens are so darling!
They are a brilliant way to add a touch of sophisticated glamour to Christmas, without breaking the budget.
Particularly if you place them inside a storm jar.
Paper evergreens | Martha Stewart
I really hope you’ve found this post useful.
If you’re looking for more Christmas ideas, there’s a whole section dedicated to homemade Christmas ideas on Mums Make Lists.
I’ve also got a free Christmas planner download to help you with planning out your Christmas preparation.
Plus a post on the reasons why it’s best to plan your Christmas prep.
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