Christmas is considered to be the most beautiful time of the year. It’s the year-ender Holiday that brings out your creativity. Did you know that you can decorate your living room with the materials that you find in your garage? If you’re looking for your next main attraction, you can do any of the ones on this list.
Here are the top ten unique Christmas decors that you can make from scrap materials:
1. Christmas tree pompoms from fabric
If you’re looking for a unique Christmas tree design, you can do one made of pompoms. You can make tassels and pompoms from recycled cloths, yarn, and rubber bands. Create a unique Christmas tree design or do the traditional one.
2. Winter wreath pompoms from wool
If you want to have a winter wonderland concept for your Christmas ornaments, you can add a wreath made of recycled wool or discarded yarn. You don’t have to worry about using colored threads or materials because you can easily paint them white.
3. Christmas snowmen made of socks
You might have worn out and discarded socks. If you don’t know what to do with them, patch them up and turn them into sock snowmen. You can also use colored socks for this.
4. Santa stocking from old fabric and denim
There’s a belief that if you put a Santa stocking near a chimney, Santa Claus will fill them up with toys and treats once he visits your house. You can add a personalized touch by using fabric and jeans you don’t use anymore.
5. Star ornaments from cut out material
Christmas won’t be complete without stars! If you have a Christmas tree and you’re looking for decorations to display, you can use worn-out cloth and discarded or broken buttons.
6. Angel ornament from an old handkerchief
If you have old handkerchiefs lying around the house, you can repurpose them by creating angel ornaments for your Christmas tree. If the worn cloths are colored, you can paint them white.
7. Christmas mixed media artwork from various materials in a white frame
Christmas decorations sometimes get damaged from storage. You can repurpose these broken decors by creating a Christmas artwork and putting it in the frame. Show your creativity by constructing a collage or mixed media artwork, which you can put up even after the Christmas season ends.
8. Cotton Christmas tree
If you have a winter Christmas village display, you can add spunk by adding trees made of cotton, wool, rope or yarn. For additional snowy effect, you can sprinkle with styrofoam, silver confetti, and tissue.
9. Simple tree ornaments from cardboard and yarn
Kids love to decorate the Christmas tree, so you should include a simple kid’s activity into the mix. If you have old cardboard boxes lying around, your children can cut them out, paint them, and decorate them.
10. Colorful wreath from cut out fabrics
You might not have a winter theme, but you can still have a recycled wreath from other materials.
Which Christmas decor are you going to do for the Yuletide season?