You want your home to get the boisterous atmosphere at Christmas, don’t you? And you have also intended to decorate your home, especially, the outdoor, right? How? How must I do? Help me!!!
Calm down! In this article, I will introduce some simple DIY Christmas outdoor decor ideas that you can make at home. To be keen on reading to know more!
30+ DIY Christmas Outdoor Decor Ideas for Your Home – Go for It!
#1. Giant Paper Plate Lollipops
It only takes $1 per one, but you can decorate your garden that looks more lifelike when placing them along the driveway. The giant paper plate lollipops are an easy-to-do DIY without requiring the complicated craft.
Yes, there are many people, who love this Christmas DIY. What about you?
#2. Christmas Light Balls
Saying to the outdoor Christmas decorations, it is really difficult to ignore this common DIY – Christmas light balls. Do they look beautiful?
You can find them in botanical gardens, holiday,… They are easy to make. Require preparing a couple supplies and a large area in your garden to set up them.
#3. Holiday Gift Box Concrete Block Craft
Christmas cannot lack the gifts. So, why don’t try doing a concrete holiday gift box in front of your house? It is nice and not difficult to make.
Frog Tape, paints, and concrete squares are all that you need. Mark the position and then paint. Complete! Is it simple?
#4. Tiered Tomato Cage Christmas Trees
It is not Christmas if you do not prepare at least a Christmas tree. Let’s do right away. No complicated!
The first, make the tomato cages. Buy a couple of wired garland and the lighted garland. Tiered tomato cage Christmas trees can even beauty your garden after Christmas, by taking garland off.
#5. DIY Wooden Lighted Stars
I especially like the stars, so I have prepared the IDY for myself – wooden light stars. With some pine boards, clear lights, and something that can use to hang the wooden stars. Remember making the different sizes. It ensures that your house will look luxurious, especially, in the evening.
#6. Lighted Wooden Gifts
If you recognize that concrete gifts are not splendid enough, you can try this DIY light Christmas presents. Build the wood frames. Wrap the vivid led lights around and then cover the rated fabric.
Now, you can place them in your yard. The spread lights means the Christmas air spreading throughout the whole your home.
#7. A lighted PVC Candy
To create a magical part at Christmas, it cannot ignore the lighted festive lanes. A lighted PVC candy is a typical example.
You will have to perform some drilling in order to place the PVCs together. The height is optional. Don’t take more your budget, but it can make your yard look lighter for holiday.
#8. DIY Gingerbread Man
Christmas have had the gift and candy. For the time being, making a gingerbread man will be a not-bad idea.
Place him on the front lawn. He will help you welcome your visiting guests. Use the insulation foam to cut a gingerbread man after painting and decorating as desired. What easy!
#9. Outdoor Wood Lanterns
Making the lanterns for the light decor is easy, isn’t it? Let’s feel secure! They are cheap. With the wood material, you can reuse the pallet scraps ~ 2×4 inches. It will be greater if you have the more 1×1 scraps.
The outdoor wood lanterns promise to bring a classic look to your home at Christmas. In comparison with the electronic lights, the light from the candles is more marvelous.
#10. Lighted Spire Ornament
If the evergreens are the traditional decoration type at Christmas, the cone-shaped trees are more interesting, the lighted spire ornament, for example. This design is suitable for a novice DIYer. Not only it is cheap but the objects can also easily find in the local stores. It is important that their gentle light contributes to ease your mood.
#11. DIY Tall Ornament Topiary
Saying to the easy-to-make outdoor decoration at Christmas, we cannot ignore the tall ornament topiary. Apart from a driller, what you need to prepare can buy in the stores.
Yes, you can be going to have to pay a bit, but the result is worth. Remember that you can decide the desired height, but the so-high topiaries will not be beautiful.
#12. Porch Light Hook-on Greenery
If you are looking a DIY to decorate for one of the positions such as a fence post, gate, window, door, or carriage light, the porch light hook-on greenery will be a right option.
Don’t require the complicated techniques. Use the cheap things that can find in the house. But, it likely creates an interesting mix. Look! It is nice, right?
#13. Lighted Lantern DIY
Are there the DIYs that are inexpensive and easy to make? Here! Here! This lantern DIY is ideal enough for you to decorate at Christmas holiday.
Don’t limit! The numbers of the lighted balls are to depend on your need. The color is based your preference as long as it is harmonious with the chosen lantern lights
#14. Oversized Ornaments
It is probably that the oversized ornaments are created for the window decoration. Look out the windows, you can feel Christmas that is coming.
Their pros are affordable, lovely, and quick. You will only take ½ hour to complete all. At present, your house looks merry and bright.
#15. DIY $10 Vintage Sled
The old sled is not a scrap. You can entirely repair it into a vintage sled. Repaint and add some details. Like that, you have had a new decoration at Christmas. And you will only spend $10 to complete this project.
#16. Lighted Wooden Snowflakes
The porch decoration is a good idea on Christmas Eve. How is a bunch of the snowflakes? It is not bad, right? Well, this project is ideal for those who are a novice woodworker.
From the tree branches or the eaves, be fixed them into the snowflake shape. Drill the holes for lights. For the result, the wooden snowflakes light your porch.
#17. Christmas Ornaments from the Old Tires
What can you do with the old tires? Let’s see Katie, who will create something for Christmas.
He cut the pieces of the wood as long as they fit the tires. Paint them and add the details that are suitable for Christmas. What simple! You can follow her to make the old tires Christmas ornaments right now.
#18. Lighted Tomato Cage Christmas Trees
Make the tomato cages and wrap with the LED lights around these cages. By this way, you have had the fun Christmas decoration – the lighted tomato cage Christmas trees.
This idea came from the demand of reusing something around Mary’s house. And you not only use this idea for Christmas but also during the winter.
#19. Rustic Nail-Head Christmas Trees
It needs a bit of your budget and takes a little your effort to make the rustic nail-head Christmas trees – a classic project for Christmas Eve. Nonetheless, this does not mean that you must be a woodworker, who can complete it. It will require a bit of the technique, but a beginner is still possible.
#20. Christmas Crate Train
The colorful railway carriages will bring an interesting look at Christmas. Use the wood crates with the 18×12 dimensions. Choose the highlight colors to paint. Yes, you can be going to take a morning to get the Christmas crate train. In return for this, you will welcome a unique holiday.
#21. Christmas Santa Logs
Christmas cannot lack a Santa. Not only one, with the Christmas Santa logs, you will get more.
Choose the logs with the right length. After slicing a diagonal, paint two colors – red and white. You can place one or more together. Yes, this lovely DIY will make your children enjoy Christmas anymore.
#22. Terra Cotta Snowman
Do you want to make a snowman for Christmas that is not monotonous? Let’s try considering and performing a Terry cotta snowman. This is an efficient DIY with the time.
With the terra cotta planters, you will have a snowman, which is both creative and wild.
#23. Gourmet Homemade Christmas Wreath
The Christmas wreaths are not strange during this holiday. Instead of buying one, you can make it at home. It is very simple. Based on the large or small size, it will decide your payment for the things that are less or more.
Don’t think! Now, welcome a peaceful Christmas with a homemade wreath.
#24. A Lighted Christmas Box
The lighted box decoration is a common option at Christmas, so there are many ideas from DIYers. If you have a little difficult when making the wooden gifts, the lighted Christmas boxes will be simpler.
Prepare the meshes. Shape and tie them into the boxes. Finally, there is to decorate. So easy!!!
#25. Illuminated Grapevine Spheres
Let’s try decorating your front porch with the illuminated grapevine spheres. It makes sure that you will be persuaded by their rustic look. It even becomes greater when you utilize the waterproof lights. This allows them to light whatever the outside weather.
#26. A Life-Sized Wreath Snowman
A sturdy support from the wood combining with three evergreen wreaths will create a cute snowman. By using the faux wreaths, don’t have the use time for this DIY. Look at your porch, there is always an aging fresh snowman. What do you afraid that do not try making a life-sized wreath snowman right now?
#27. A Whimsical Brush Tree Wreath
It looks like simple. Yes, the fact is not complicated. You can complete a whimsical brush tree wreath in three steps. Nevertheless, you need to prepare a little fabric so that it has the harmony of the color.
Due to using the trees, it would be best to choose the fabric with the green patterns and the white background. And then, hanging it on the door is the most suitable.
#28. Garnet Hill Inspired Moss JOY Letters
Similar to the previous DIYs, the garnet hill inspired moss JOY letters also contribute to decorating Christmas Eve. Even, it still makes your door look more colorful, instead of one monotonous color.
This design is like a welcome that you want to send those who visit your home – a meaning thank.
#29. Pallet Christmas Trees
Take some thin pieces of the wood. Combine these pieces together and be fixed them a sturdy wood support. Paint the whole with white. Add the fabric cut into the desired shape. Finish! It’s high to place the pallet Christmas trees anywhere that you’d like to.
If you are not a professional DIYer, you can take more a session. Inevitably, you will just take a couple of hours to complete.
#30. Snowflake Door Hanger
It can say that no DIYs is as simple as this DIY – the snowflake door hanger. You just need to purchase the types of the snowflakes and glue them together. It is very nice when hanging on the door painted red or black. The white snowflakes look more prominent.
What You Choose…
You have seen all my DIY Christmas outdoor decor ideas, haven’t you? So, have you decided which one is the most suitable and beautiful when looking at?
In my opinion, I like all because they are very nice. It is important that they are not expensive. Correspondingly, your task is to consider in a careful way and give a right decision. Merry Christmas!