10 DIY ideas to make your PG’s room Christmas ready

10 DIY ideas to make your PG’s room Christmas ready

The most favourite season of the year is finally here and Christmas and New year’s is just around the corner. At such a time, it is always a nice idea to give a holiday makeover to your room, isn’t it? Yes, it definitely is, and that is exactly why we’ll be discussing some extremely cool and awesome DIY decoration ideas. So browse through them and get ready to change the look of your PG’s room this season.

 

Ornament vases

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Pic credits: pinterest.com

 

What you need: Christmas lights, glass vase, ornaments (round balls that you put up on the Christmas tree)

Step 1: Place the Christmas light inside the vase in a circular manner.

Step 2: Place the Christmas ornaments inside the vase.

Step 3: You can either use single coloured ornaments or colourful ones.

Step 4: Plug-in the lights into the socket and be mesmerized by the beauty of the glowing jar.

 

 

Polaroid Christmas tree

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What you need: Photographs, Christmas lights, Scotch-tape, cardboard, paint

Step 1: Stick your photos to the wall, in the shape of a Christmas tree.

Step 2: Outline it with Christmas lights.

Step 3: Cut a star shape out of the cardboard, and paint it in your favourite colour.

Step 4: Stick the star to the top of your tree.

Step 5: Delight your eyes with your beautiful DIY Christmas tree.

 

Candy cane heart wreath

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What you need: Candy sticks, ribbon, cardboard, hot glue, paint

Step 1: Take to candy sticks and stick them together in such a manner that they form a heart shape.

Step 2: Repeat step 1 with the remaining candy sticks.

Step 3: Now stick together all the heart shapes, such that they form a ring or a wreath.

Step 4: Cut out a heart shape or any shape of your liking from the cardboard, and paint it red.

Step 5: Stick this shape to the centre focal point of the wreath.

Step 6: Hang the wreath in your room with the help of a pretty red ribbon.

 

Light garland

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What you need: Disposable paper glasses, Christmas lights

Step 1: Insert each light bulb into the base of the paper glass by making a small hole in it.

Step 2: Arrange the garland on the headboard of your bed.

Step 3: Light it up to create a festive ambiance.

 

Peppermint striped wreath

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What you need: Thermocol tube, red strings, white strings, red ribbon, glue

Step 1: Cover the tube with white strings.

Step 2: Cover the tube with red strings at equal distances.

Step 3: Make a bow out of the red ribbon and attach it to the top of the tub with the help of glue.

Step 4: Hang the peppermint striped wreath at a place of your choice.

 

Mitten garland

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Pic credits: bobvila.com

 

What you need: Cardboard, red velvet paper, Thermocol, glue, clothes pins, string, paint

Step 1: Cut out the shape of a mitten from the cardboard, you can cut out as many numbers of mittens as you would like to have on your garland.

Step 2: Cover the cardboard mitten with the red velvet paper.

Step 3: Decorate the mittens as you like, you can paint a number on them or make some nice drawings.

Step 4: Cut out a small Thermocol ball and stick it to the mitten. The Thermocol ball out here represents a snow ball.

Step 5: Repeat the above steps with all the other cardboard mittens.

Step 6: Arrange all the mittens neatly and attach them to the string with the help of clothes pins.

Step 7: Hang your mittens garland at your favourite spot in the room.

 

Wall sign

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Pic credits: pinterest.com

 

What you need: Thermocol board, paint, Christmas lights

Step 1: Colour the Thermocol board in your favourite colour and let it dry.

Step 2: Paint a word on it, say “joy” or “happiness”, and let it dry.

Step 3: makes holes in the word that you have painted, at equal distances.

Step 4: Insert the light bulbs from the garland into it.

Step 5: Light it up and flaunt your DIY wall sign.

 

Decorative pillows

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Pic credits: pinterest.com

 

What you need: Old pillowcase, Jingle bells, sewing thread, needle

Step 1: Take the old pillowcase and sew jingle bells to it at random points.

Step 2: Make 5-6 of such pillowcases and making your bed or couch look Christmassy.

 

Glitter tree

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What you need: Cardboard, glitter, glue, hair spray

Step 1: Cut the cardboard and shape it up to form a cone.

Step 2: Apply glue to the cone.

Step 3: Rub the cone on a pile of glitter so that it spreads evenly all over it.

Step 4: Spray hair-spray over the cone to keep the glitter in place.

 

Paper ornaments

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What you need: Coloured sheets, stapler, string

Step 1: Cut the coloured paper to strips of various lengths

Step 2: Twist and turn them to form double hearts, as shown in the pic above.

Step 3: Staple the ends.

Step 4: Hang them on the Christmas tree or wherever you want to, with the help of a string.

 

Got any DIY Christmas decoration ideas in mind? If yes, then let us know about them in the comments below.

shubham

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