Deck the halls with something fantastic our front this season! Wreaths, lights, colors, and more, check out these 15 DIY Christmas door decorations that will greet your guests will warm feelings and festivity this year.
Some you can whip up in an afternoon and others you can grab the kiddos and make a family date out of. Let us know what your favorites are below!
1. Greens, Burlap & Bells
This door swag from Fynes Designs is gorgeous and traditional. It’ll pop right off our lightly-colored doors and it’s easier than you may think to make. We personally love the homey appeal that this pinecone, burlap creation holds.
2. Outdoor Tree
Good Housekeeping went with something easy to pull off and super simple. Why not add a live tree to the front door area? It feels nice and cozy and all you have to do is pot a smaller tree.
3. Pistachio Wreath
HGTV created a super unique DIY wreath for the holidays. Grabbing some pistachios and turned them right will make quite the textural and farmhouse-inspired decor for the door. Welcome your guest in offbeat, holiday style!
4. Noel Banner
A Beautiful Mess whipped up a banner that’s quite charming. If you want something that brings in the holiday cheer then why not try this project out? And choose colors that suit your vision.
5. Present Topiaries
These present topiaries are such a popular project. And if you want to be one of the ones who tries it just hop on over to Deck the Holidays to check out the details. It’ll definitely add a Christmas charm to the front door.
6. Snowflake Marquee
If you visit A Beautiful Mess just one more time, you’ll grab all the details behind th makings of this gorgeous snowflake marquee. We envision this beauty highlighting the front entrance of you home in a simple, stunning way. And it lights up too!
7. Ornament-Filled Lanterns
Here’s a really simple DIY project that we found while scouring Pinterest. Grab some old lanterns and then dress them up a bit. Filled them with ornaments, top with some greens, and lay them out by the front door for easy festivity.
8. Snowflake Door Hanger
Rae of Sparkles created this snowflake door hanger with material from The Dollar Store! It’s easy, it’s accessible, and it’s quite affordable too. Hop on over now and grab all of directions from the fun tutorial.
9. Joy Sign
Fines Designs also has up swooning for this “joy” setup. If you’re a fan of those trendy wood signs that you’ve seen go up around your neighborhood, why not make some for yourself? Within an afternoon you could whip this beauty up.
10. Snowman Wreath
It was really hard not to fall in love with this snowman wreath from On Sutton Place. It’s kid-friendly, it’s cozy, and it’s got the Christmas spirit wrapped up into every inch of the design. Who wouldn’t love a snowman wreath at their front door?
11. Lighted, Wooden Star
Here’s another classic piece of door decor that we love. If you want to learn how to make a lighted, rustic wooden star then hop on over to Remodelaholic now. Of course, you can leave it without the lights but the glow is quite nice.
12. Joy Buckets
Finding Home Farms reused some older galvanized buckets and turned them into fun pieces of holiday decor. We easily see these lining the steps up to the front door. Pot some evergreens and add some ribbon to finish it off.
13. Wood Pallet Tree
Here’s another fun and easy project to whip up and display outside next to the front door. This is one the kiddos will want to get involved with too – especially because it involves painting! Check out Country Living for the details.
14. Natural Wreath
Treasures + Travels went with a natural wreath design that is quite beautiful but still feels very festive. Take the leap and snag the tutorial if you want more organic decor for your front door this year. Of course you could add some lights to this one too.
Finally, why not turn your front door into a snowman? The kids will most certainly help you out with this one and you can personalize it as well! Thanks for this fun, family-friendly ideaThe Creative Stamper Spot!