10 DIY Outdoor Christmas Decorations
10 Fun, Easy, and Cheap Outdoor Christmas Decorations
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This DIY snowman decoration is absolutely adorable! It's made by hot gluing three painted plastic pumpkin buckets, a cheap plastic hat, painting the face on, two twigs as the arms, and a cute little scarf! This could make for a fun project with kids or even just something to make by yourself for fun in your spare time!
Plastic Pumpkin Snowman
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This is a super easy DIY Christmas decoration that will look amazing in your garden or yard! The supplies you will need are paper plates, wooden sticks, cellophane, ribbon, paint, paintbrushes, and hot glue. This is another one that would be fun for kids as well!
Paper Plate Lollipops
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This would be such a cute and festive decoration to put in your front yard or on your porch. Plus, it's not too hard to make either! You'll need a wooden pallet, white paint, Christmas lights, a star, ornaments, a piece of wood for the trunk, and metal stakes if you want to place it in the yard. This would be such a fun project getting to decorate it like a Christmas tree!
Wood Pallet Christmas Tree
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These DIY Christmas light balls would light up your front yard beautifully. You can make them in as many different colors and sizes as you want. To make these you'll need chicken wire, wire cutters, mini LED lights, and a measuring tape. So, go ahead and have some fun making these and make your house the most festive house on the street.
Christmas Light Balls
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These DIY-lighted Christmas gift boxes add such as nice touch to your outdoor decorations. They're not too difficult to make and they're pretty expensive to buy from the store, so why not make them?! The supplies you'll need are wood, outdoor string lights, mesh ribbon, ribbon, a saw, a hammer, nails, and a stapler. You can make them in different sizes and styles, so get creative and have fun!
Lighted Christmas Gift Boxes
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If you're looking for more of a cute rustic decoration, then you will love this DIY door hanger. This wreath is unique, easy, and some of the supplies could be thrifted! You'll need mason jar rings, twine, ornaments, evergreen swag, pinecones, hot glue, and a door hook. So, if you're looking for something rustic, unique, and easy then make this for your next project.
Mason Lid Christmas Tree Wreath
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Another unique and cute Christmas wreath for your front door. This one is simple to make and very cheap, all the supplies can be found at Dollar Tree! You'll need a foam wreath, mod podge, white paint, faux snow, Christmas florals, a Christmas pick, a reindeer ornament, hot glue, a paintbrush, and wire cutters. Although it's a lot of supplies it's still very simple to make and will look beautiful.
Reindeer Christmas Wreath
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If you're looking for something different than just a wreath to hang on your front door then this is an awesome idea! Wrap your front door like a Christmas present! All you need to do this is red fabric, a bow, scissors, and duct tape. This will look great on any door and you can do it in any color you want.
Christmas Present Wrapped Door
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These Christmas ornament topiaries make for great outdoor decorations. They are simple, easy to make, and you can make them in any color you want. The supplies you will need are oversized Christmas ornaments, wood dowels, a medium-sized flower pot, styrofoam, and hot glue. It's more fun and cheaper than buying them from the store so it's a win-win, right?
Christmas Ornament Topiary
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These topiaries made out of Dollar Tree punch bowls look expensive, festive, and elegant. They're also easy to make and cheap! For each topiary, you will need four large punch bowls measuring eleven inches across the top, four smaller bowls measuring eight and a half inches across the top, adhesive, hot glue, a hot glue gun, wire cutters, and battery-operated string lights. These will sparkle on your front porch and add a nice touch to the rest of your Christmas decorations.
Plastic Bowl Topiary