5 Easy DIY Holiday Door Decorations None of Your Neighbors Will Have

published Nov 13, 2020
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Holiday celebrations look a little different in 2020, but the good news is that you can still spread holiday cheer from a safe social distance. Door decorations add flair to the front of your home—whether it’s a house or apartment—to share some festivity with friends and neighbors from afar.

Evergreen wreaths abound this season, but who says you have to stick with tradition? For a fun and celebratory addition to your front door, try one of these five creative DIY wreaths and wreath alternatives. All of them can be done in less than an hour with minimal tools and materials—and some even use materials you’re likely to already have laying around.

Minimalist wood bead wreath

This Scandi-inspired wood bead wreath will look at home on your door from November through February—and even beyond, if you change up the greenery added to the bottom.

Find the instructions here.

Whimsical ornament hangings

This fun and cheery project is adaptable to the materials you have on hand. Grab all your craft supplies and the cardboard boxes from the recycling bin and turn them into colorful, vintage-inspired ornament decor.

Get the full instructions here.

Boho-style peace symbol wreath

This glowing wreath uses just a few materials: cardboard, yarn, and battery-powered fairy lights, which give it a magical little twinkle.

Here’s how to do it.

Minimalist eucalyptus tree hanging

Eucalyptus smells amazing fresh and dried, making it extra festive to use around the holiday season. You can leave this tree plain for a natural look, like I did, or string on small ornaments to give it some sparkle.

Get the full how-to here.

Scandi-style wood veneer tree hanging

This tree hanging has a look that’s a little modern and a little vintage, making it a great fit for any style home. The wood-and-white finish is a classic, but you can also paint or stain this one any color that your heart desires.

Here’s how to make it.