It’s the most festive month of the year, and you probably already have your lights up outside and your Christmas trees twinkling through the window.
However, you want to spruce up the inside of your home as well – beyond the living room. Here at Window World TX, we have 6 DIY holiday window decoration ideas for you to try just in time
Mini Window Wreaths
If you already have a wreath on your door, you can add mini wreaths to show through your windows! This is an easy and fun DIY that the whole family can enjoy together. Use thick wire to create the base of the wreath, and then wind your greenery around it. Your thin wire will be used to secure your greenery and accessories to your mini wreaths.
You will need:
- Pine or other holiday greenery
- Ribbon, ornaments, or other accessories you like
- Thick wire and thin florist wire
- Wire cutters
Another festive option for window decor is adding little snowflakes to your windows! Making paper snowflakes is a tradition that has been around for many years, and there are lots of different creative ways to make them. You can tape them directly to your window, or attach them to string and hang them from the ceiling!
To make these, you would need:
- Hole Punch (optional)
If you still want sunlight to come in but also want decorations, you can hang some ornaments from string to shine through your windows! Try clear ornaments and add glitter or greenery inside of them. Once you’re done adding to the ornaments, hang them with the desired length of string to your windows. While very simple, this is a very elegant holiday addition to your home!
Ice Frosted Windows
Although Texas isn’t exactly the place to experience a white Christmas, you can bring the white Christmas to your home! Use this DIY to create a winter wonderland on your windows. And there’s a bonus – it’s part decorating and part science experiment! Your kids will love helping you with this decor.
For ice frosted windows, you will need:
- A sponge
- 1/2 of warm water
- 1/3 of Epsom salt
- 2 drops of blue liquid dish soap
Draw With Chalk Markers
If you’re looking to design your own holiday decor, you can draw on the inside of your windows with chalk markers! This is another great option to get the kids creative and involved. With this, there is an unlimited amount of options of things you can draw such as a snowman, snowflakes falling or a Christmas tree.
If you want something a little more creative than greenery in your window, you can make paper garlands to hang on display! Pick out your favorite decorative paper to cut and make loops to form a garland. This is a wonderful opportunity to give your family quality time and get the children involved as well!
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