The holidays are a time for family, friends, and good food. But what about the table you’ll be eating on? This year, make it extra special with these top 10 Christmas table decoration ideas DIY. From centerpieces to place settings, there are plenty of ways to add a personal touch to your holiday decor. So get creative and have fun with it!
1. Mini Christmas Trees
Mini Christmas trees are a great way to add a festive touch to your home this holiday season. They’re also relatively easy to make, so if you’re looking for a fun DIY project to take on, this is it!
To make a mini Christmas tree, you’ll need:
-A small piece of wood (we used a 1×2)
-Paint or a marker
-Tinsel or other decorations
-A hot glue gun
First, paint or decorate your piece of wood however you’d like. We went with a simple red and green design, but feel free to get creative! Once your paint is dry, hot glue your tinsel or other decorations onto the wood. And that’s it – you’ve made your very own mini Christmas tree!
2. Metal Reindeer Tea Light Candle Holders
These metal tea light candle holders in the shape of reindeer are a great way to add some holiday cheer to your table. They’re easy to make and can be used over and over again.
To make these candle holders, you’ll need:
-Metal tea light candle holder (we used this one)
-Paint (we used red, but you can use any color you like)
First, paint your tea light holder with the color of your choice. We went with red, but feel free to use any color that you like. Let the paint dry completely.
Once the paint is dry, apply a layer of Mod Podge over the entire surface. This will help the paint adhere better and also protect it from scratches. Let the Mod Podge dry completely.
Now it’s time to add your candles! Place a tea light in each holder and enjoy the warm glow of the holidays. If you want, you can also add a ribbon around each holder for an extra touch of holiday cheer.
3. Led Fairy Lights Battery Operated
LED fairy lights are a great way to add some sparkle and magic to your Christmas table decorations. They are battery-operated, so you don’t have to worry about finding a place to plug them in. You can also find them in different colors and sizes to fit your needs.
4. Artificial Mini Christmas Tree with Red Baubles
If you are looking for a beautiful and festive way to decorate your Christmas table this year, consider making your own artificial mini-Christmas tree. This project is easy to do and only requires a few materials.
To make your own artificial mini Christmas tree, you will need:
-One styrofoam cone
-One skein of red yarn
-One package of small red baubles
-Hot glue gun and glue sticks
First, wrap the styrofoam cone in the red yarn, using hot glue to secure the end of the yarn. Next, begin attaching the small red baubles to the yarn-wrapped cone with hot glue. Continue until the entire cone is covered in baubles. Once all of the baubles are in place, trim any excess yarn from the bottom of the cone.
Your artificial mini Christmas tree is now complete! You can display it on its own or use it as part of a larger holiday table centerpiece.
5. Christmas Snowman LED Glass Ball Lights
These beautiful Christmas snowman LED glass ball lights are the perfect way to add a touch of holiday cheer to your home. These lights are battery-operated and come with a built-in timer, so you can set them to turn on and off automatically. They’re also super easy to install, so you can have them up and running in no time.
6. Christmas Word Wood Cutout
These charming Christmas word cutouts are a great way to add a personal touch to your holiday decor. Simply paint or stain them in your desired color, then add some lettering and embellishments. You can make them as simple or as elaborate as you like, and they make a great addition to any Christmas table setting.
7. Christmas Candle Garland
A Christmas candle garland is a beautiful and easy way to add some holiday cheer to your home. Simply gather some candles of varying sizes and heights, and tie them together with some string or ribbon. Hang the garland up on your mantle or banister, and enjoy the festive glow!
8. Mini Christmas Ornaments
There’s nothing more festive than a table decorated with homemade mini Christmas ornaments! These ornaments are easy to make and can be customized to match any holiday décor.
1. Begin by gluing the miniature balls onto the mini Christmas tree.
2. Once all of the balls are in place, you can paint and decorate the tree as desired. 3. Finally, cut a piece of ribbon or string and tie it around the tree to create a hanger. 4. That’s it! Your mini Christmas ornament is now ready to hang on the tree or elsewhere in your home.
9. Snowy Artificial Christmas Cedar Garland with Pine Cones and Red Berries
Looking for a festive and easy-to-make Christmas decoration for your table? This Snowy Artificial Christmas Cedar Garland with Pine Cones and Red Berries is the perfect DIY project! Simply gather your materials, follow the instructions below, and enjoy your beautiful new garland!
1. Begin by fluffing out your artificial cedar garland. Make sure all the branches are separated and look full.
2. Next, take your fake snow and sprinkle it along the length of the garland. Be generous with the snow – you want it to look like a real winter wonderland!
3. Now it’s time to add the finishing touches: red berries and small pine cones. Scatter them along the garland, taking care to distribute them evenly. And that’s it – you’re done! Your Snowy Artificial Christmas Cedar Garland with Pine Cones and Red Berries is ready to brighten up your holiday table!
10. Merry Christmas Table Runner
This Christmas, bring some holiday cheer to your dinner table with this Merry Christmas Table Runner. This easy-to-make table runner is a great way to add a personal touch to your Christmas decor.
First, cut your fabrics into strips. For the red and green fabrics, you will want to cut them into 3-inch strips. For the white fabric, you will want to cut it into 2-inch strips.
Next, sew the strips together. To do this, simply line up the edges of the strips and sew them together with a straight stitch. Be sure to leave a 1/4-inch seam allowance. After sewing all of the strips together, you should have one long strip that is about 36 inches wide.
Now it’s time to start sewing the table runner together. Fold the strip in half lengthwise so that the wrong sides are together and press it flat with an iron. Then, sew along the long edge with a 1/4-inch seam allowance. Once you’ve sewn along the edge, turn the table runner right side out and press it flat again with an iron. Finally, topstitch along both long edges of the table runner to finish it off. And that’s it!
If you’re looking for some Christmas table decoration ideas, we’ve got you covered. From centerpieces to place cards, there are plenty of ways to add a personal touch to your holiday table. And the best part is that many of these DIY Christmas decorations can be made with items you already have around the house!
So whether you’re looking for a simple and elegant centerpiece or something more festive, be sure to check out our list of the top Christmas table decoration ideas.