Copy these cheap Christmas DIYs

Christmas time is heaven for crafters, and there are endless ways to decorate your house while satisfying your urge to DIY! You won't need to shell out a cent for one ornament this year; just gather up your crafting supplies and customize your tree to give it a personal touch this season. Ornaments also make cute gift tags and presents for coworkers, friends, staff, or teachers.
1. Holiday lantern
This holiday lantern mason jar is the ideal craft to display in your home for a festive touch or perfect as a lovely gift for someone to enjoy. It's easy to put together. Throw your favorite candle in it, and wait for your house to smell amazing. Get the full tutorial here.
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2. Bulb snow globes (h/t No Biggie)
What's cuter than a regular snow globe? A miniature snow globe! Craft these tiny snow globes shaped like bulbs and light up your tree with a festive feel.
3. Snowman from Styrofoam balls
Snowmen are ideal holiday decorations -- and they always kick up the cool notch for both indoor or outdoor winter decors. Leave this snowman out after Christmas to add a touch of charm to any living space. By using materials like velvet ribbon, gold tacks and a log slice, this piece has an upscale and high-end look. Get the full tutorial here.
4. Scrabble ornaments (h/t Crafts by Amanda)
Spell it out this season with Scrabble tiles. These offer endless ways to add your favorite festive words to your tree, or you can spell out names and use them to personalize packages.
5. K-cup hats (h/t Pitter & Glink)
Get some benefits from your caffeine addiction when you recycle your old K-cups and make the most precious holiday hats fit for a jolly snowman.
6. Bottle cap snowmen (h/t One Artsy Mama)
Get kids into crafting when you let them help you create snowmen using recycled bottle caps. Little elves will love creating custom ornaments by choosing the color of the snowmen's scarves or painting unique faces.
7. Macaron ornaments (h/t Creative Juice)
Ooh la la! Nothing's as tasty as fresh macaron cookies, but these clay cookies are the next best thing! Create cute cookies to decorate your tree this year and make your mouth water with their realistic design!
8. Candy ornaments
Peppermints are so festive, it's fun to incorporate them into holiday decorating. Use felt and ribbon to create cute rosettes that bring to mind candy swirls.
9. Burlap tree skirt (h/t The Crazy Craft Lady)
Can't afford a spendy tree skirt? Skip the costly retail skirts and craft your own cute, shabby chic skirt with burlap and stuffing!

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