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How To Create Cheap And Easy DIY Decor Ideas

DIY decorating is a popular decorating idea at the moment and for good reason. It’s easy, the colour combinations are limitless, and most importantly, you can easily modify it for any occasion or season. The best news is that you don’t necessarily need to break the bank to have some really interesting results in your home. What are some cheap DIY decorating ideas? Stringing artwork, lace, candles, and wall hangings are all cheap and easy to create and add a touch of individual flare to your home.

Spring is a great time of year to bring life back into your home. Flowers, shrubs, hedges and trees are bursting with colour thanks to the sunshine and the early rains. This is also a great time to bring out your DIY decorating skills and create some wonderful DIY floral and chic DIY decor. String your favourite flowers from your garden or buy a beautiful spring painting and hang it on the wall.

You can create DIY paper flowers by cutting a sheet of paper into long strips and gluing them to the walls or the table. There is also a DIY paper flower spray that you spray onto the paintwork before you paint. This spray will ensure that the colours won’t fade and wash away easily. Spray the flowers onto your room using the DIY paper flower tutorial and leave to dry.

Many people look forward to DIY Christmas decorating ideas because they know that this is their chance to make their home a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that will last all year through. Take time to visit garage sales and estate sales and stock up on unique items that you don’t already have. These can all be incorporated into a unique diy decor idea for the holidays. As well as stock up on nativity sets, which are usually sold at Christmas time, you can also buy wreaths, reindeer and star balls. Add these to your existing DIY Christmas decoration items.

Cheap and easy to use cheap Christmas ornaments such as tinsel, beads and sequins are great for incorporating into any DIY theme. If you already have some on your shelf then why not paint them? Try adding glitter, gold or silver particles and paint the outer surface of the beads. Paint small sparkly stars onto the glass balls to give a cheap and chic update to your existing DIY Christmas paint pots.

Use recycled materials whenever possible to save you money and the environment. If you can recycle an item you will save the environment and utilise something that you wouldn’t normally use. Searching online and in your local area for inspiration are a great way of coming up with some cheap DIY decor Christmas ideas. There is so much choice for Christmas this year it’s great fun coming up with something original, and I’ve included a few ideas below for your inspiration.

A very cheap and simple way of updating your current DIY Christmas decoration ideas would be to buy old Christmas cards that have festive designs and then re-use the front flap and glue to create something brand new. You could either make a cover for them or just leave them in their folded state. Another great idea is to buy a load of wool threads and make a scarf using them. This is especially good if you have a cute baby Christmas jumper that you don’t want to let go of! Wrap it round the entire tree, adding fancy ribbon to tie around the base of the tree for added effect, if you’re feeling extra creative then tie one end to the baby’s foot or use a charm, brooch or nail file to turn the wool into a beautiful scarf.

Christmas is all about imagination, so why not try making or buying some unusual or unique items to add to your home. Why not buy or make an ornamental birdhouse to display at home? Or maybe you could purchase a ‘belly’ for your Christmas turkey, perhaps decorated with shiny balls and ribbons. What child doesn’t love a teddy bear that is suspended from the ceiling or a star made out of household items. If you’re creative and imaginative, you will come up with lots of other ideas and maybe even find that you have some DIY decor ideas of your own.

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