Winter is here. The cold outside is making us leave our comfy house less and less these days when we’re not working, so why not make our homes a little less boring this winter? Here are 10 brilliantly simple Winter home decorations you can make, even if you’re broke!
Because all you DIYers needed some inspiration for this Winter’s season home decor, of course, we searched Pinterest far and wide for the nicest, most inexpensive and actually doable projects.
Let us tell you, we’ve seen some strange stuff out there, and A LOT of Christmas home decorations, but we wanted this article to be for the whole season, not just December and Christmas.
For the following projects, you won’t need much, besides some time and attention, and the best part is that everything you need (that isn’t already in your home) can be found online, on Amazon or eBay (yay!).
But enough with the chit-chatting! Let’s get to it!
10 Brilliantly Simple Winter Home Decorations for the Broke
1. Glue Gun Snowflakes, from We Lived Happily Ever After
This super simple and fun to make, and let’s face it, cheap as hell! A low temp glue gun can make wonders, don’t you think?
Source: We Lived Happily Ever After
2. How to Make a Snowball Wreath, from Daisy Mae Belle
Childhood all over again! You’ll definitely need a styrofoam wreath form, styrofoam balls of multiple dimensions, fake snow, a low temp glue gun, and finish it all with a red satin ribbon. It doesn’t get easier than that, and you’ll get a very interesting wreath.
Source: Daisy Mae Belle
3. GORGEOUS FROSTY PINECONE CRAFT, from Kids Craft Room
Let’s put a little sparkle this winter around the house, shall we? The pinecones go for free if you’re willing to get outside and find them, or you can just buy them online for a very good price. Next, add some white acrylic paint, some PVA glue, and of course, the glitter! Tie them with a silver cord, and you’re set!
Source: Kids Craft Room
4. No-Sew Sock Penguin Craft, from Easy Peasy and Fun
Ever thought of what the hell you could do with that poor sock that lost its twin? or that got too old to be worn again? Here’s a super cute project for you!
Source: Easy Peasy and Fun
5. DIY Holiday Floating Candles, from Bell Alimento
Let’s put some magic in this Winter’s decorations, shall we? The small candles, fresh cranberries, rosemary sprigs, jars, and water is all you need!
Source: Bell Alimento
6. Anthropologie inspired Snow Globes, from Whipper Berry
Snowglobes are a weakness for many people, or am I the only one? There’s just something about them that makes me smile, I guess. And oh, how easy it is to make one!
Source: Whipper Berry
7. Fairy Light Jars, from Making Lemonade Blog
This is another great idea to use the jars that we just love, love, love!
Source: Making Lemonade Blog
8. WINTER LUMINARIES: SNOWY PINECONE CANDLE JARS, from Crafts by Amanda
Just because of pinecones, fake snow, candles and jars look so good put together…
Source: Crafts by Amanda
9. Bleached Tablescape, from Aesthetic Nest
This is something I’ve been thinking of doing for a couple of years now, and guess what? This year I’m going for it! They look so good!
Source: Aesthetic Nest
10. Snowman Door, from The CreativeStamper Spot
And last, but definitely not least, for the kids in us, the Snowman Door! Scrapbook paper, scissors, and imagination do wonders for your plain white doors. Don’t you think?
Source: The Creative Stamper Spot
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Our question for you is: What do you think about this list?