Source: Brown Paper Packages
7. Table Centerpiece
Ever since I saw this centerpiece, I’ve adopted it as an annual part of my Christmas decor. I’ve made it my own by arranging the greenery and berries on a two-tiered cake stand with the candles on the top tier (of course). It’s one of my favorite Christmas decorations.
Check out the centerpiece at Brown Paper Packages along with other creative ideas for seasonal DIY projects.
Source: Sweet Something Design
8. Greenery Vases
These vases are another stunning example of upcycling. Instead of recycling your glass bottles, dress them up with old sheets of music (preferably Christmas carols) and some winter swag. Arrange them on a silver tray for a truly decadent look.
For this and other inspiring design projects, head over to Sweet Something Design.
Source: My Eco Chic Wedding
9. Candy Cane Vase
So, this was a December wedding decoration, but I see no reason why it can’t double as a mantle decoration or even a table centerpiece. Candy canes are a great way to decorate for Christmas on a budget.
See the simple tutorial for this “sweet” vase at My Eco Chic Wedding.
Source: Yellow Bliss Road
10. Mason Jar Advent Candles
This Christmas, try a creative spin on an Advent wreath using mason jars instead. Fill the bottom third of the jars with epsom salts to create a winter-white look. Add some twine and greens for a rustic touch. This resourceful DIY is a truly elegant decoration for Christmas on the cheap.