Hey, Everyone! Today, I have some DIY Christmas Room Decor for you! It was highly requested by the polls (on the side-bar), so I am happy to bring it to you 🙂 There are new polls going on right now, so feel free to check them out. Also, this post is organized a little differently than my others, so if you have some feedback, feel free to contact me with the contact box (sidebar). I made sure the DIY’s were super inexpensive and easy to do. The overall Christmas “Theme” I was going for was: red, white, and silver. I hope you guys enjoy this post 🙂
Of course, changed up my wire board. I printed off some Tumblr Christmas Images, which I found on Pinterest (you can find the exact pictures I used on my Pinterest, link in sidebar) and hung those up. I also hung up some ornaments and Polaroids.
I had my monitor and lamp on my desk as usual, but then I also added my Mason Jar Snowglobe (DIY from my last post) and my DIY Ornament Light Jar. I placed fairy lights on my desk as well.
– Mason jar (or vase)
– Mini ornaments (the Dollar Store and Walmart are the best places to look if you don’t have any)
– Fairy lights (optional)
Super simple, just place all your ornaments in the jar, adding in the lights as you go, and you’re done! This is super easy and it didn’t cost me anything!
If you saw my last post, (Winter Room Decor +DIY’s) you would know I had a DIY eyelash print in this frame. So, I made a new Christmas print to switch it up. I also have a Bath and Body Works candle (Vanilla Snowflake), these super cute light up trees (from Micheal’s) and my jewelry stand on a mirror.
– Frame (from Walmart)
– White paper
– Sharpie (I used Metallic, but any colour works)
I found a picture of this print on Pinterest and decided to recreate it. All I did was cut my paper to size, and wrote FALALALA over and over and over again. 🙂 I started halfway through the words when starting a new line to switch it up. Don’t worry if your writing isn’t good, when you look at the print, you can’t even tell 🙂
This is probably my favorite Christmas section of my room. I mean, come on, how cute is it? I had four frames hanging above my headboard and I decided to wrap them!!!!! I also put some tinsel, lights and ornaments up above my headboard!
– Any frames you have in your bedroom. You could hang some up with nothing in them, or cover frames you already have hanging.
– Wrapping paper (chances are, you will already have some :D)
– Ribbon and bows (optional)
I LOVE this DIY so so much! It’s super festive and you can find tons of different kinds of cheap wrapping paper at Walmart. I just wrapped my frames I already had hanging, and then added ribbon and bows onto two of them!
– Tinsel (you can find super cheap tinsel at the Dollar Store. I have white and silver tinsel)
– Christmas lights (I have some from last year that are white, I believe it is a pack of 100)
– Ornaments (optional)
I wrapped all the tinsel around my lights so it was one big long string of lights and tinsel. I then took some tacks and stuck them in at the ends of my headboard and then went back and forth with the tinsel/lights. I added four ornaments, and rested them in the tinsel for more festive-ness lol.
On my night table, I have my geometric floating frame (same as before), my marble slab (thrift store find!), a candle (from my last post), and this candy cane jar. Above my night table, I already had a screw in my wall so I made this DIY Candle Cane Heart Wreath to fill up the empty space.
– Candy canes (or other Christmas treats, candy cane kisses would be really cute)
– Jar (or vase)
– Ribbon (optional, mine is red burlap)
– Hot Glue (for ribbon, again, optional)
Like every other DIY in this post, super simple 🙂 I hot glued the ribbon together around the jar and added my candy canes. Candy canes are super festive and I love the colours of these ones. 😀
– Hot Glue
– Candy Canes (10)
– Ribbon (to hang, I used a silver ribbon)
So I know this isn’t really a “wreath” but I didn’t know what else to call it, so we are going with it 😉 First, take your 10 candy canes and divide them into pairs making little hearts. You should then have 5 hearts. I hot glued each of the candy cane pairs together at the top and bottom to form each heart. Then, hot glue the ends of all the candy cane hearts together (hopefully that makes sense lol). I am warning you, this step may take a lot of glue. Then I cut and tied some ribbon to hang the “wreath”. To finish it off I cut a little piece of white paper into a circle and then taped it in the center to hide all the ugly glue.