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4 DIY Christmas Decorations

various Christmas decorations laid out on white wooden table

When the holiday season approaches, you may find yourself wondering what you can do to make your house festive for the holidays. You may even be wondering just how to outdo yourself from the year before.

There's no reason to go to the store and spend an arm and a leg though! Some decorations can be made with things left over from last year, or you can find some of the items you need at your local dollar store and make your own decorations.

Here are 4 DIY outdoor Christmas decorations that will really amp up your home!

  1. DIY LIGHT SPHERES

light sphere made with chicken wire and twine

For this project, you’ll need gloves, wire cutters, twine, lights, and chicken wire. Start with cutting the chicken wire and form it into a circle. Then, wrap the twine around it, add your lights, and hang it! Make sure to wear your gloves as a protective measure throughout the process.

Get step-by-step instructions here: Crafted By The Hunts

  1. LARGE DIY ORNAMENT

large DIY ornaments

Turn your old beach balls into beautiful Christmas ornaments! All it takes is a few plastic balls, a couple empty metal cans, eye hooks, and some metallic spray paint. Don’t forget the super glue and some ribbon if you're looking to hang them up!

Get step-by-step instructions here: How to Build It

  1. GIANT LOLLIPOPS

giant red and white lollipops made out of pool noodles

Image Credit: Beth Huntington

With just a few red and white pool noodles and a couple of tools, you can make these amazing lollipops and candy canes! Leave them inside or place them outside to show them off to everyone who drives by.

Get step-by-step instructions here: eHow

  1. PLASTIC PUMPKIN TURNED SNOWMAN

snowman made out of Halloween plastic pumpkins

If you can't find any more Christmas decorations, you may be able to reuse some of your Halloween decorations. If you have some plastic pumpkins left over, take some paint and a few clothing items and make yourself a snowman!

Get step-by-step instructions here: Crafty Morning

 

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