No time for Christmas decorating? Last-minute party prep? Check out these speedy ideas for decking your halls in style. With glittering Christmas trees and easy Christmas garland ideas, there's no way you won't impress Santa.
Any holiday bracelets hiding in your stash? Bust them out to wrap around Mason jar rims for the cutest candleholders you've ever seen. Fill each with water, then top with tea lights. Ahh, easy ambiance.
Cranberries and fresh-cut amaryllis. Who knew a Christmas centerpiece could be so easy?
Shh, we're about to let you in on a little secret: Christmas cards are one of the simplest ways to create seasonal art for your home. Tape them to the fridge or frame them and nestle them on the wall -- either way, they're an easy-peasy way to gussy up for Christmas.
Miniature trees -- vintage or new -- add magic to a room. We use pipe brushes, dipping them in different shades of green then poking them into a base, such as plastic foam, which will not only be easy but also doubles as snow! Miniature reindeer toys bring the forest to life.
Welcome holiday party guests with a pop of pink. This silky ribbon pairs perfectly with a store-bought horseshoe wreath. Use hot glue to adhere.
Watch and learn: We'll show you how to make a bow that's (almost) as pretty as the present!
Who needs a snow globe from Santa when you can make your own? Impress the big guy with these trinket-filled jars. Sprinkle a little faux snow (or even sea salt!) into each, then top with ribbons, lace, and all the pretty fixings.
Ring in the holiday like the song: with silver and gold. Go shiny or matte -- either way, all eyes will be on this gorgeous, ornament-filled centerpiece.
Create a holiday greeting on a ledge with large wooden or paper letters. Adhere one of the letters with sepia-tone photos to give the greeting a personal pop.
Add some bling to a plain candleholder by painting it with glitter and pinning an antique brooch to the rim.
Editor's Tip: Create a similar look by adding a small ornament or jingle bell. Just be careful it doesn't dance too close to the flame!
Tie a bit of velvet and a sprig of holly onto a doorknob for a fun holiday touch. Satin ribbon streamers tipped with little sleigh bells from a crafts store would look great, too.
Show off your special family photos by entwining them between the branches and berries of some holiday sprigs and greenery.