Learn how to make unique Christmas wall decor for your holiday home! Get 50 DIY projects from beginner to intermediate. So many festive ideas!
Ever since I first started crafting, one that I’ve always fallen back on is wall art. It’s fun to make, it’s usually relatively quick, and there’s a big impact once your project is done. You’ve crafted AND made something to decorate your home. I love crafts that have a use!
This idea I have around making things that are useful is also true about holiday crafts. I’m always looking for things that can be hung or are part of a mantel display for Christmas. This year, I’m all about Christmas wall decor. I’ve got plenty of open spaces around the fireplace that need a good piece of festive artwork!
This year I haven’t quite decided what to make yet, so I put together a collection of ideas with a lot of projects from this blog (plus others). I’m hoping if you are interested in making some holiday wall art . . . you’ll check out these ideas.
Do you love to craft? Do you need something festive for your walls? Look no further! The holidays are coming and we have 50 DIY projects that will add some cheer to your home. From simple signs to a wall of branches – there is something for everyone in this list. Scroll down to see everything.
DIY Christmas Wall Decor
Your Christmas tree is looking a little lonely, isn't it? Add some additional pizzazz to a room with this easy handmade Christmas wall decor. You'll get over 50 DIY projects to make the season bright.
Don’t you love vintage style Christmas cards? Bev was inspired by a vintage holiday bell card that she saw, and the result was this Christmas wall decor. She offers the pretty hand drawn pattern for free.
True vintage Christmas decor costs a pretty penny. Why not make your own?! This “Merry” vintage inspired Christmas wall art only takes a few minutes to make and will look adorable hanging next to your aluminum tree!
This is the Christmas version of subway art, and I absolutely love it! This project takes a little bit of time to do all the stenciling, but the results are well worth it. This will become one of your favorite Christmas decor pieces.
I've never tried reverse canvas art (in fact this is the first time I've heard of it), but I absolutely love this technique! Plus Alexis has a cut file available if you'd like to use hers to fit in your canvas - otherwise, you can use any piece of holiday art and Mod Podge.
Even if you aren’t a fan of a deer head in your everyday decor, they are perfect for holiday decorating! This DIY Christmas wall decor was really easy to make, and Cheryl got all of her supplies from the craft store.
Jen used a textured plastic panel for a light fixture to make this unique "Jingle" holiday wall art! I love this modern idea, and it would look fun as a set with different colors and other holiday words.
This simple farmhouse Christmas sign is probably the easiest (and fastest) sign you’ll ever make and it is seriously the cutest thing ever. This wall decor will look perfect in your kitchen or living room.
I like the idea of being able to use my Christmas decor for more than one year, so that's what I love about this wood snowflake marquee! While it might take some time to build, the results are stunning and it lasts forever.
Carissa used a faux barnwood treatment to get her Christmas wall decor to look like old barn wood! Learn how she did it, plus get her secrets for painting the letters and hanging the wreath to spell "JOY."
If you like more minimalist Christmas decor, or just like to do things a little differently, this wall art idea is for you! it's very simple to make with plywood, wood canvases, and some acrylic paint.
The inspiration for this Christmas block art was from Ballard Designs - but the price tag was just a little too high for the originals! Instead Cristina made her own version to use as Christmas wall decor.
You won't believe how much decor you can get for the holidays if you head to Dollar Tree! A sample idea for you: frame a gift bag with a dollar store frame for instant Christmas art. It's just that easy!
If you haven't made Christmas wall art with a pizza pan and dollar store calendar, what are you waiting for? This is one of the most popular crafts of the season, and no one will have any idea how little you paid for it!
Grab an old slatted closet door or shutter and turn it into the most unique wall decor for Christmas you've ever seen! Perfect for hanging inside or out. You'll want to see the "Let it Snow" version also in the post.
Drop cloth is a inexpensive base for so many DIY projects, and is one of my favorite fabrics to use! Cindy used it to create a beautiful, vintage inspired Christmas wall hanging. All you'll need to do is stencil.