When it comes to Christmas, a lot of us like to go all out. We want all the glitz and glam but there is a problem, money. Getting all the decorations we want at a price that we find fair can be difficult and feel nearly impossible. With a little DIY and love though, everything all of a sudden becomes easy.
The best part is, the more effort you put in on your end, the nicer the end product becomes. So why not go out all this Christmas without the guilt?
Sequin Sparkles Ornament
Just because it is Christmas doesn’t mean you have to stick with traditional colors. Mixing things up can make the holiday even more festive!
Add some glitter to fake fruit to create a little glam in your look.
This simple centerpiece is very versatile and will go with many of your other decorations.
Flip your wine glasses over and you’ve almost done half the work in this easy DIY project.
Wire Hanger Ornament
You would think this wreath would be super expensive, but with a little time and effort you can do it on the cheap.
If you are looking for more wild colors to pair with the first DIY in this list, this one is perfect.
Jar Lid Ornaments
If you have some mason jar lids around looking for a home, put them on the tree.
Bring some color into your home by painting some pine cones. Any color will look great!
Frame & Skates
Not as cold this year and have extra skates? Put them on your door and frame them.
These rich and vibrant colors will give your home a regal appearance.
Want something a bit different? Create these unique snow balls.
Framed Reindeer Silhouette
Instead of buying expensive artwork, try making some of your own.
Embossed Foil Leaf Wreath
Gold is one of the easiest ways to make something look expensive.
Beaded Garland Christmas Tree
Can’t get enough of Christmas trees? Here is an excuse to have more.
Plastic Spoon Tree
At least one of these color ideas will look great in your home.
Add some interesting light effects with this DIY.
The smallest touches such as these utensil socks make all the difference at a Christmas dinner party.
Create the look you want by painting some nut crackers that you found at your local Dollar Tree.
Want to keep the colors simple? White out a small village.
If you want some glitter but don’t know how to keep it from falling off your DIY projects, this tutorial by I Love to Create will help you get it done mess free.
Simple DIYs can make all the difference in warming up your home for the holidays.
Who knew you could make something so cool with socks?
If you want a very easy to do DIY project, just put some snow flakes on your front door.
Show off those plates you’ve been hiding all year by displaying them on the wall.
Big Plastic Balls
If you’re looking to go big or go home, try making these over sized ornaments with this tutorial from Smart School House.
If you have kids, they’re bound to love putting together this candy sleigh!
I think drawing some eyes on this one might look super cute.
Hanging Door Snowflake
If the blue snow flakes are a bit too much for you, stick with classic white.
Fish Bowl Snow Globe
Want to know what makes the perfect shape for a snow globe? Fish tanks of course.
Don’t have skates? Frame last year’s ornaments for a whole new look.
Epsom Salt Vase
If you’re like me, you jumped on the Epsom salt craze but didn’t follow through. Now it is time to redeem yourself.
Candy Cane Wreath
Save your candy canes for after Christmas and you’ll be able to eat your own design.
Red Glitter Candles
The contrast in these candles is downright gorgeous!
Pine Cone Candle Jars
Grab some pine cones from outside and make a classy looking candle holder.
I never thought roses could look so festive!
Adults and kids alike will enjoy these totally adorable snowmen that light up!
Create a classy looking table setup with this tutorial from Midwest Living.
Christmas can get pretty expensive with all the gift buying and it is important to cut costs wherever you can without sacrificing the fun. In this case, you actually add a lot more enjoyment to the holiday process by getting together with your loved ones to take on these fun projects. Which dollar store Christmas hack is your favorite? Let us all know in the comments!