I know that it is a little late in the game to be talking about Holiday Decor, since its only 2 days until Christmas, but this can be a great time to get amazing deals on holiday decor and pieces. Also I know that there are a few of you out there who probably have an empty wall that needs a little something extra for your Christmas company.

Our friend and follower, Stacey, is always coming up with crafty DIY projects to do with her 2 little girls. This Christmas she created 2 adorable DIY holiday decor projects, that she kindly shared with us! First she shows us how to make adorable giant snowflakes made our of branches, and then an adorable and festive NOEL sign for her living room.

DIY Snowflake Decor

What you will need:

  • Find some thin twigs outside
  • Hot glue gun
  • White paint
  • Glitter (optional – gold glitter makes it New Year’s ready)


  1. Trim your twigs so that they don’t have an pieces sticking out
  2. Begin to cut them into pieces to form your snowflakes
  3. Hot glue where the twigs come together
  4. Paint white (add glitter if you’d like)
  5. Hang with nails or fishing wire


DIY Noel Sign

What you will need:

  • Rectangular canvas or piece of wood (hers was a ratio of about 3:1)
  • White paint (glitter optional)
  • Paper
  • Berry Wreath (you can buy a strand of berry garland and make it into a wreath)
  • Scrapbook paper or material for the letters (she used one that looked like wood grain)
  • Glue (hot glue and tacky glue)


  1. Paint Canvas or wood with white glittery paint
  2. Lay out and tape pieces of paper the size of your canvas
  3. Place your berry wreath on paper and sketch your letters
  4. Cut out letters and use them as a stencil on whatever material that you want to use for your final letters.
  5. Glue Berry wreath on with hot glue, and letters on with tacky glue


 Here are a few other DIY Christmas Decor ideas that I found on pinterest:

Christmas Card Wreath – Click here for tutorial


Snow Man Wreath – Click here for directions


Peppermint Candy Tree Centerpieces


All you need is a foam cone, a candlestick holder, peppermints, and a hot glue gun!

Thank you, Stacey, for sharing your awesome DIY Christmas decor! Here are a few extra last minute holiday craft shenanigans as you prepare for Christmas 🙂

how to make Christmas Candy Train
Candy Cane Train Tutorial

DIY Gold Polka Dot Mugs

How to make a peppermint plate

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