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11 Simple and Affordable DIY Holiday Decorations

I don't celebrate Christmas but I just love how colourful and thematic Christmas and Year-End Decor are when I visit shopping malls on rare occasions.

If you haven't started decorations in your home this season, here are some simple ways of getting them done!

BOTTLE CAP SNOWMAN


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Tutorial CLICK HERE

SANTA HATS


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Tutorial CLICK HERE

RUSTIC SNOWFLAKE


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Tutorial CLICK HERE

SANTA SILVERWARE

santa silverware holder #christmas #DIY:

You don't need a tutorial for this!


CHRISTMAS TREE MADE FROM BOOKS


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Perfect for bookworms like me! Just pile them up in a shape of a tree and wind fairy lights around them! For those born in the 80s, you can substitute books with cassettes too :D

WATERLESS SNOW GLOBES


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Mason jar collectors, this is your new arty mission!

Tutorial CLICK HERE

PAPER HOME ART DECOR


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Toilet roll hoarders, this is your next arty mission!

Tutorial CLICK HERE

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No tutorial needed here either!

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You might need to borrow your kids toy ball too!

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I love ice cream and so this was just thrown in for the sake of it. No tutorial needed

Materials: Paper, glue, used colourful post it notes (make sure no secrets are written there) and transparent fisherman string

ICE CREAM STICK DECOR


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WARNING: You might end up putting on weight eating all the ice cream to get the sticks

There you have it. So which ones are your favourite?

LEAVE YOUR THOUGHTS BELOW!

Comments

  1. Not too sure why some of your photos are not appearing. But a few loaded, and its really amazing ideas! :D Very creative.

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  2. you're such creative person, me too I don't celebrate christmas but I love christmas decoration and stuff

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    1. I'm not as creative as these people who created these fun decor :)

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  3. so cute. i had keep a few...wish to try it in one day .hehe

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  4. Ah, thanks for sharing these tips! They will surely come in handy when I start decorating the house.

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  5. Feel happy when looking all those pictures. Merry X'mas!

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  6. thanks for the list. i love the paper made choir band. looks so cute! hahaha

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  7. Some of the photos cant load. But anyway, thanks for sharing. :D

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    1. I'm not sure why..perhaps it's the browser. Google Chrome is ok. You're welcome :)

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  8. I love this little diy stuff for christmas. its has all the personal touch.

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  9. thank you for sharing this~ But, the picture cannot load~

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    1. I'm not sure why..perhaps it's the browser. Google Chrome is ok.

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  10. All these tutorials come in handy!
    Totally love these cute DIY decorations :)

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  11. This was definitely best DIY gift ideas for friends or family =D Loving all of them though =P

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    1. Heheh didn't see them as gifts but ok :)

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  12. Oh wow..... these are just so brilliant and amazing...

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  13. Thanks for sharing. Now we can have fresh idea with affordable price. =)

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  14. most of the pics can't be seen though, anyways love christmas that is coming soon

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    1. I'm not sure why..perhaps it's the browser. Google Chrome is ok.

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  15. My BFF is preparing a big Christmas party at her house, will share your post with her :)

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  16. Awww the DIY artworks are so cute and seems easy to do! Good for Xmas parties!

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  17. That really creative DIY for Christmas. I love this post and will try myself too.

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  18. Awww. All of them are looking so cute! What a save cost way to decorate house during a festive season.

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    1. Yup, the little ones can also help decorate the home

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  19. Nice idea for Xmas.. Merry Xmas to you!

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  20. hey! thanks for shairng this :) am gonna share this with the kids parents in my kids expressive art workshops, so that they can DIY their home too :)
    cheers, siennylovesdrawing

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  21. some are so simple yet a delight to look at.. very nice, good ideas for this season

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