These 18 Tasteful Christmas Decorations Are Entirely Made of Paper

We like a excellent DIY project, especially when the craft supply list is short, and specifically when we’re attempting to conserve money throughout the vacations. Enter paper Christmas decors, a Christmas miracle if there ever was one. We rounded up eighteen examples that are just as joyful as other holiday decorations, however a lot more cost effective and scrappy (actually– put those wrapping paper scraps to utilize). You can absolutely handle building these yourself. Continue reading for instructions and concepts to deck the halls the crafty way.

1 Black Paper Table Linen

Ditch a fussy table linen and usage black butcher paper rather. This way, you can transport your inner artist and paint or draw on ornamental details and place cards. Plus, it makes cleaning up after a holiday supper much easier.

2 Faux Leaf Garland

Include a little greenery to your table with a DIY paper leaves chain. Then provide it the complete Christmas treatment with red berries sprayed throughout.

3 Upgrade Wrapping Paper

Christmas paper decorations don’t need to include complicated instructions and a penchant for crafting. It can be as simple as updating your wrapping paper. Coordinate your gift covering to complement the color scheme in your living-room, and use the same techniques for your accessories for a cohesive whole.

4 Do It Yourself Christmas Bulb Introduction Calendar

Not only is this incredibly vibrant hair of bulb string lights beautiful wall (or tree!) decoration, but it’s also a creative advent calendar filled with deals with. Get the tutorial at Your House That Lars Built.

5 DIY Origami Paper Christmas Trees

These origami trees from Bird’s Celebration may be the cutest Christmas paper design we’ve ever seen. Usage bold, graphic patterns, but adhere to a monochromatic with metallic statements for a more modern-day spread.

6 Accordion Trees

Emily Henderson got these more rounded, soft paper Christmas Trees from West Elm, however you can likewise attempt a Do It Yourself version. Here’s a tutorial from Ruffled.

7 Paper Candle Christmas Tree Ornaments

Make some paper candles to hold on your tree. Better than hanging real candles … since the genuine deal would be a fire threat for sure. Find out how to make them from Your Home That Lars Developed.

8 Do It Yourself Garland On Paper Pendant

Buy paper lantern lights and then spruce them up with synthetic flowers and twinkly lights. These are so pretty, you’ll want to leave them up all year. Get the tutorial at eHow.

9 Bark-Effect Leaves

Paint some construction paper to look like bark or print out a hi-res picture of tree bark and after that cut your paper into the shape of leaves. String them together with plain white leaves, metal stars, and twinkly lights for a holiday display screen that does not follow the standard red and green color design.

10 Outdoor Deck Decoration

For something specifically festive, thinking about DIYing some oversized felt Christmas lights, like these from Sugar & Appeal. Or use building paper and cardboard if you have any of those materials lying around. If your door is painted a bright color, match a few of the “lights” with it, while keeping the others on-theme for Christmas.

11 Make a Bell Garland

String up red and white paper bells with fishing line along your mantle for a bright, joyful, and airy corridor screen. Red and white is the ideal color design for a candy walking cane style (reward points if you add a touch of green with an accent chair).

12 DIY Paper Home Christmas Ornament

Yes, gingerbread houses are excellent and all (listen, they’re edible!), however these mini paper houses from

Lia Griffith are better-suited for your

tree. 13 Enliven a Garland Get some construction paper in fun, lively colors and after that eliminated some shapes (here, little triangles that resemble trees). Then glue those shapes together and hang them from your garland to give it a fresh, individual touch.

14 Hang Snowflakes Overhead

Dangle white paper lanterns or Do It Yourself snowflakes from the ceiling over your holiday table. For a total winter wonderland environment, adhere to an all-white appearance with some fresh plant sprayed in.

15 DIY Pom Christmas Tree

Who even needs lights and ornaments with a tree this colorful? It’s best for home occupants or as office decor throughout the holidays. Get the tutorial at Sugar & Cloth.

16 Metallic Paper Holly and Mistletoe Wreath

Lastly– a wreath you won’t have to throw out at the end of the season. And it’s a great craft for holiday parties or to keep the kids hectic. Get the tutorial at

Lia Griffith. 17 Repurpose Coffee Filters You truly can utilize anything to make quite Christmas decorations if you put your mind to it– this garland is made from crinkled up coffee filters! If you don’t have any of those lying around, tissue paper is a great swap.

18 Colorful String Lights

These strings lights cheer up an entire space, even if they are simply made from paper. Spirited, vibrant, and no fire threat whatsoever. Get the tutorial at Studio Do It Yourself.

Hadley Mendelsohn Style Editor Hadley Mendelsohn is Home Beautiful’s design editor, and when she’s not hectic obsessing over all things decor-related, you can discover her searching vintage stores, reading, or stumbling about because she probably lost her glasses again.

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