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DIY colorful bottle brush trees | Holiday DIY | Oh Lovely Day

Tis the season to get crafy, and there are so many great holiday DIYs out there for either your home or holiday party, or you can totally incorporate them into a winter or Christmas wedding.  Here are a few of my favorites, and you can follow me on Pinterest to see lots more, like in my Christmas Time and Holiday DIY & Gifting boards. I also share fun ideas on my instagram feed.

{washi tape ornaments}

{go to poppytalk for full DIY}

I love ornaments.  I like to collect them and make them and add to my collection every year.  These washi tape ornaments are so easy, fun, and really pretty.  Hang them on your tree, give them as gifts, or use them in your wedding decor and give them as favors!

{mason jar snow globes}
DIY mason jar snow globe

See full DIY on Oh Lovely Day here.

I love the idea of using old mason or jelly jars to make a homemade snow globe.  It makes it even more fun that I’ve seen these sold at Anthropologie for like $30 each.  You can totally make your own, and make them more personal to you, and for way cheaper!  You could make one for each table if you wanted to incorporate them into your wedding.

{dip dyed colorful bottle brush trees}

DIY colorful bottle brush trees | Holiday DIY | Oh Lovely Day

These are so fun to make and would be great for wedding decor or favors, or use them to make the mason jar snow globes above! Get the full DIY here.

{pinecone garland}
{for full DIY instructions go to Design*Sponge}

This one is the perfect mantle adornment for the holidays, and would also look fantastic as a natural “altar” for your ceremony or to hang on the front of a head table or dessert table at your winter wedding.

{snow luminaries}

{via The Inspired Room}

What could be more elegant, or more simple, than these snow luminaries?  They are snow, a candle, and a jar.  And what is that snow, you ask?  Why, it is epsom salt!  Cheap and easy to find, and looks like glittery snow.  Make these for your porch and light before your holiday party or on Christmas Eve to welcome Santa (if you don’t have a chimney).  If incorporating into your winter wedding, you could literally use these everywhere.  And you really wouldn’t need much more than this to decorate with.  Line your ceremony aisle, put them all over in behind your “altar” area, and then transport them to your reception and put them on your tables.

If you like these holiday DIY’s, go follow me on Pinterest where I have a collection of over 50 ideas in my “ho ho ho” board!  But follow all my boards for lots of great wedding inspiration too. And you can also see lots of holiday inspiration on my instagram feed.

So, which is your favorite holiday DIY?  Do you have a favorite that didn’t make my list?

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