If you love nothing more than twinkle lights, loads of plaid decor and glitter galore, Christmas is the time to put it all on full display. When it comes to decorating your home for the holiday season, you can choose everything from a well-decorated mantel to a dinner table that’s spruced up with centerpieces
Wood Pallet Christmas Tree
Paint a tree shape on a shipping crate (you can find them for cheap at the hardware store), and string up some pom-poms in varying colors and sizes to embellish the slats. Top with a gold one to mimic a star. Try propping up on your front porch for a festive welcome.
Mason Jar Christmas Tree
We love this idea for a mantel, or even open shelves in the kitchen. Fill half a dozen canning jars with ornaments, tinsel, greenery, and other Christmas accessories. Stack the jars in a pyramid, then wrap it with a shiny garland and top with a star.
Tart Tins Christmas Tree
Round up a collection of vintage tart pans, ranging from 2 to 12 inches, and stack from largest to smallest. Top with a vintage star-shaped baking mold and display on a snow-filled tray.
Small Book Page Christmas Tree
As if you needed more proof that you can create a Christmas tree from any material! Here, this blogger used pages from old books to make up the “branches” of this mini tannenbaum.
Centerpiece Christmas Trees
Make your own Christmas centerpiece by tucking in candles and berries around them.
Plastic Spoon Christmas Tree
Use spray paint in your favorite festive colors to coat these plastic spoon towers.
Galvanized Bucket Christmas Trees
Enlist your kids to write cute Christmas sayings on chalkboard labels, and then enjoy the messages all December long.
We hope that these ideas have inspired you and that you’ve enjoyed them.