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Winter Luminaries

Winter Luminaries A great way to add a delicate touch to your winter decorating this year is with a set of these handmade Winter Luminaries. They add a soft ambiance to your home and would look wonderful on your back porch set against the frost of winter. Create this winter craft with Epsom salt, food coloring and a few old jars. They take no time at all and will cost next to nothing. Enjoy creating this season with this lovely winter decoration idea.


Mason Jar Snow Globes

Mason Jar Snow Globes One of the absolute best winter wonderland decorations you can make is a cute Christmas snow globe. They're so simple yet so much fun to look at! Best of all, you can make your own Mason Jar Snow Globes using recycled glass containers. Baby food jars work well too if you want more of a mini snow globe.


Frozen Winter Lanterns

Frozen Winter Lanterns Experiencing an extra chilly winter this year? Then it's the perfect time to make these lovely Frozen Winter Lanterns. These lanterns will stay frozen for a few days in freezing temperatures. They look gorgeous as they light up your driveway and reflect light upon the snow. To make these ice-mold candle holders, freeze a bowl of water around a small Dixie cup. This will create the crater you need to hold your candle, and complete this winter craft.


Finger Knit Wreath

Finger Knit Wreath If you have always wanted to learn how to finger knit, this is the perfect DIY wreath for you to start with. Celebrate the coming of the cold season with this gorgeous, white, Finger Knit Wreath. Add a few embellishments like holly or berries to dress it up a bit, and really make that seasonal style pop. The frosty color of the wreath looks amazing on top of a bold red, blue, or green front door. As a bonus, this winter wreath works for Christmas too, allowing you to display it all season long!


Junkmail Snowflake Lanterns

Junkmail Snowflake Lanterns Want to make cool paper snowflakes but don't want to waste your scrapbook paper? Old magazines and pamphlets are a great alternative! These Junkmail Snowflake Lanterns take it one step further and use the paper snowflakes as embellishments for your homemade winter decorations. How pretty!


Light Up DIY Wreath

Light Up DIY Wreath This unique wreath will add a fun and seasonal style to your front door this winter. Using your leftover Christmas lights, create this simple handmade wreath and watch it shine. It makes for a wonderful piece of home decor. Whats even better, you can use this decorative wreath as your porch light for the winter season. Leave the light on for the kids in style this winter and make your own Light Up DIY Wreath.


Winter Wonderland Candles

Winter Wonderland Candles Make your home into a winter wonderland this year with the help of these homemade winter decorations. These Winter Wonderland Candles will bring a little bit of winter inside. Using frosted glass spray and Armour Etch, they create simple, yet beautiful decorations that will add a subtle hint of winter to any room your put them in. This tutorial will help you create a little wonderland without ever having to step foot outside.


Fluffy Fun Snowman

Fluffy Fun Snowman Don't you just want to reach out and touch this Fluffy Fun Snowman? If you're looking for snowman craft ideas to decorate your home, this fuzzy guy should be at the top of your list! Use him as a centerpiece for your winter wonderland party decor or just keep him around the house all season long!


Classy Winter Wreath

Classy Winter Wreath If you aren't a huge fan of Christmas wreaths but still want to make a winter door decoration, here's a great alternative to red and green wreaths. We love the sophisticated look of this ribbon and felt-decorated Classy Winter Wreath. The holly leaf accents give this wreath just the right touch of Christmas spirit, but they're subtle enough that you can leave this winter decoration hanging on your door well into February. Learn how to make this pretty winter door decor piece by following this tutorial.


Snowflake DIY Votive Candle Holders

Snowflake DIY Votive Candle Holders These Snowflake DIY Votive Candle Holders are made with fabulous laser cut scrapbook paper. Simple homemade winter decorations are quick to make with Mod Podge, scrapbook paper, and votive candles. If you would like to match the paper to your winter decor, add food coloring to the Mod Podge before you decoupage the paper onto the votive. This is a simple, low-cost project with a high visual pay-off. Consider making a few in different sizes as a festive winter centerpiece this year.


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