05 Dec DIY Decorations For Christmas
Did you know that in previous years Brits have spent an average of £355 on Christmas decorations?
With all the food, gifts and decorations, the cost of Christmas slowly builds up.
To help bring your costs down and get you into the festive spirit we’re here to help you decorate your homes and classrooms with our top DIY decorations for Christmas.
These aren’t your ordinary furry reindeers. These are chocolate malt ball reindeers.
To make your chocolate malt reindeers you’ll need the following:
- An Empty Jar
- Brown Cardboard Paper
- Googly Eyes
- Red Pom Poms
- Brown Pipe Cleaners
- Maltesers (the most important ingredient)
And the best part about crafting these reindeers is you get to eat the chocolate once you’ve finished with them (providing you store them in the right conditions).
Mini Christmas Trees
Avoid the added mess of the bristles and decorate your room with mini pinecone Christmas trees.
To turn your room into a mini forest you’ll need the following tools:
- Green Spray Paint
Let it snow!
Create your own snowflakes and turn your room into a Winter Wonderland.
To make it snow you’ll need the following:
- Lollipop Sticks (original, white, or blue will do best)
- Glitter (make them glisten!)
Christmas Card Tree
Unsure on where to place your Christmas cards this year?
Well, you can never have too many Christmas trees around, and this one comes with no mess too!
If you haven’t already guessed from the title what you’ll need to make your Christmas card tree, then here’s a breakdown:
- Your Christmas Cards
- Blue Tack
- Basket/Empty Bucket
You won’t need your scarf and gloves to make this kind of snowman.
Swap out the snow and light up your room instead. You’ll just need the following:
- Tea Lights
- Thin Red Ribbon
- Black Cardboard Paper
- Black Marker Pen (to give your snowman eyes to help them see)
If you’re able to create any of the DIY crafts we’ve shared with you, please post a picture to Instagram/Facebook/Twitter and tag us @ForwardTeaching or @ForwardTeachin.
We’d love to see your decorations in the run to Christmas!