Do you have stress in this auspicious season of Christmas with the festive look? Have you got tired of putting one kind of decoration in your Christmas tree? Then stick with this guide because we are sharing some elegant ideas to décor your Christmas tree with homemade ornament crafts, graceful ribbons, tree topper galore and what not. The ideas we are presenting here are inexpensive, easy to pull off and simple enough for you as well as your kids to help out with.
1. White Christmas Tree
Having a White Christmas Tree is always the best option if you love minimalistic design. Just put some golden balls as ornaments and opt for a pure white frosted tree.
2. Red Plaid
Around Christmas time, red plaid is considered a fun theme for the family room, as almost everything can be suited to match. This decoration pattern looks lovely in a garland, on the present, and even on the kid’s pajamas.
3. DIY Teddy
This cute little DIY teddy Christmas tree is straightforward to make as well as good looking. With some soft toys and ornaments you can décor this tree, and the kids will surely love this. You can also use vintage candy box or cookie tin as a tree stand.
4. Navy and Gold Ball Decoration
This navy and gold ball decoration is more beautiful & vibrant than red plaids or poinsettias. If you want to have a uniqueness in your Christmas house decoration, this DIY tree may be a good idea.
5. Stacked Hay Bales
This is an exceptional idea to use stacked hay bales as the Christmas tree, and this is a fantastic looking as well as incredibly original. You need stacked hay bales and a few string lights with a star on top.
6. Giant Golden Bows
If you want to make something extravagant with your small Christmas tree, you could use giant golden bows because this gold color adds shimmer and shine to your decoration.
7. White Poinsettias
White poinsettias Christmas trees are not only beautiful but also this gorgeous looking trees certainly counts for something. They are also practical because the large flowers take space on the tree, and it allows less decoration.
8. Disco Ball
This attractive & unique looking disco ball Christmas tree can add an extra vibe to your house. With some ribbons and shiny paper for making disco balls (or you can buy these balls online) and a foam or wire tree for building the structure of the tree. This tree will surely add glamour to your house.
9. DIY Sugar & Sweet
Add sweetness to your Christmas décor with lollipop ornaments, peppermint bubble-gums and gingerbread house decorations, and make your kids fall in love with your DIY sugar & sweet Christmas tree.
10. Classic Black and White
For your country home, give your Christmas tree a classic black and white look with white lights, rustic signage, gingham accents, and wooden snowflakes.
11. Faux or Fresh Flowers
Add your Christmas tree with faux or fresh flowers to give it a look as it straight comes from nature. You can keep it simple by sticking two or three shades of flowers or make a rainbow array.
12. Marquee Light
If you want to give your Christmas tree a bold & beautiful fashion statement, then put a rustic wood marquee light on top. This bright marquee light can give your tree an extra charm that can be appreciated from across the room.
13. Over-The-Top Gorgeous
If you want to maximize your decoration, then this over-the-top featuring idea will give a gorgeous look. Just add several layers of snow-covered decorations, sparkling poinsettias, and some metallic baubles.
14. Paper Candles
If you love minimalistic & straightforward design, then you can use paper candles. These handcrafted candles feel romantic & nostalgic and embody the magic that makes the holiday special.
15. Pom-Pom Balls
Creating a Christmas tree with colorful pom-pom balls will give a unique look to your festive home. You won’t need much more for your Christmas tree with these bright balls because they make quite the statement.
16. Citrus Ornaments
This extraordinary and simple citrus ornament idea is unique. Just use some oranges, dry fruits, and ginger ornaments to your Christmas tree, which will add fragrance as well as a natural look and feel to your festive home.
If you are living in a camp or cabin, then this camp-style cabin tree would work for you. This small & beautiful Christmas tree will add elegance as well as draw roadside attractions. Just take a minute or medium size tree and decorate this with poinsettias, ribbons, sparkles, or whatever you wish to use.
18. Classic Elements
It is always good to decorate your Christmas tree with the traditional elements like red plaid accents, stockings, and scarf. As the Christmas tree is the centerpiece in the house, these old but gold ornament ideas and vintage wrapping paper will up the nostalgia factor as well as add timeless charm.
19. Gift Flowing
At Christmas, we all give and receive gifts from our loved ones. Why not decorate your Christmas tree with small gifts, holiday greeting cards, and jewel-toned ornaments? This DIY gift is flowing Christmas tree, maybe your tree to set up in house this year.
20. Wooden Ornaments
You can use wooden ornaments to decorate your tree. Things like wooden owl & deer ornaments, old shoes, battery-operated candles. These things are reminiscent of childhood time and also give a forest feel.
21. Jingle bells
You can adorn your Christmas tree with jingle bells, red jute, and burlap poinsettias. Also add a seven-point star at the top. This decorative touch will add a high note to your festive music.