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Wonderful Christmas Decoration on The Wall

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It’s almost Christmas, which means it’s time to share the joy by coming up with new and innovative methods to adorn your home with Christmas Decoration on The Wall for the holidays. While decorating a picture-perfect Christmas tree, front door, and dinner table setting may be on your mind, freshening up your walls is an easy way to get into the holiday spirit. 

What could be better than making the house’s walls greet visitors and family with a Merry Christmas greeting? Check out these interesting festive ideas that will persuade you to pay a bit more attention to your walls this year.

Christmas Decoration on The Wall

Looking for a unique way to decorate your home this Christmas? Why not try something new and hang your ornaments on the wall! It’s a fun way to show your holiday spirit and it’s easy to do. My favorite decoration to put up is a Christmas tree, but this year I decided to do something different. Instead of putting a tree up on the wall like I usually do, I put up a wreath! It was really easy to install and it makes my room look so festive. If you’re looking for some new ideas for your Christmas decorations this year, then check out this post!

Christmas Tree Array

A wonderfully adorable arrangement of Christmas trees glued to the wall can dress up an entire wall or a focal point area of the room. You can use monochrome paper cuts or a vibrant color scheme to put the trees together.

 Hang Some Garland

Right now, it’s the rock star of Christmas decorations. When it comes to what you can use to build a garland, the sky is the limit. Tie shatterproof decorations together. You can keep it basic or add dimension to the garland by increasing the breadth by adding more ornaments. This would look great draped over a railing or gracing a mantel. Natural items such as pinecones, dried orange slices, and leaves and branches can be used.

Lighted Tree Wall Hanging

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We all love a big Christmas tree, but if you live in a small apartment, it’s probably not the best option. Instead, consider putting up a lighted Christmas tree on the wall of your living room.

Christmas Entryway Gallery Wall

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This Christmas-themed entryway wall has a little bit of everything! It features everything you need, including mason jar snow globes, lovely little Xmas trees, ‘Merry Christmas’ wall signs, a lush green garland, and a berry branch vase.

Santa Advent Calendar

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With fluffy cotton balls, the youngsters can help Santa grow his beard. He’ll get the full beard by the 25th!

Santa’s face should be cut out of white craft paper. Using a colored pencil, add texture. Make pink cheeks, eyes, and a nose out of construction paper and glue them to the face. Cut the hat out of red and white craft paper and adhere it to the face with glue. Glue a huge ball on the hat’s point. From white craft paper, cut a long beard form. On the beard, scribble the months building up to Christmas. Set a bowl of cotton balls and a bottle of glue near the calendar.

This is the perfect Christmas craft to hang on the wall like a paper calendar. Glue each cotton ball on the date circle as this special calendar counts down the days to Christmas day from December Ist. 

More Wall Decoration on Christmas

We love decorating our home for Christmas. We enjoy trying out new ways to display the ornaments on our tree that are passed down from generation to generation. It’s so fun to see who has the biggest collection of decorations, and it often brings back memories of when we were kids. We always have a great time with family during this holiday season!

Christmas Felt Wreath

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To make this fluffy and cheerful Christmas decor, just tie strips of green felt around a wreath form. Cut strips of green felt in two distinct hues. Wrap strips around a wreath form and ties them together. Using hot glue, adhere little red decorations to the wreath. To hang the wreath, wrap a length of wide ribbon around it.

Paper Santa Clause

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Christmas is such a wonderful time of year to get crafty! We’ve already had a lot of fun making the Christmas crafts that we’ve done so far.

Begin by cutting the top third of your paper plate. Set the paper plate aside to dry after painting the inside circle with your flesh tone paint. On your red cardstock paper, draw a large triangular shape and have your preschooler cut it out. Cut two 2-inch circles out of white cardstock paper with your circle punch, or cut them out by hand. One of the circles should be cut in half.

Also, cut a 3/4-inch strip from your white paper to use as the Santa hat’s brim. Begin by applying glue to the back of your paper plate and gluing it to the center of your huge triangle. Then, at the top of the triangle, attach your 2-inch circle. To make the brim of the hat, glue your white strip to the top of the paper plate. Glue your giant googly eyes on top of that. After that, glue your two half circles together to form a mustache, and then glue your red pom on top of your mustache to complete your Santa.

You can make such wonderful Santa Clause in multiple numbers and paste them on the corridor wall at the entrance point of the home.

Popsicle Stick Snowflake Craft

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These gorgeous snowflakes built with popsicle sticks will undoubtedly be a success in your house if you’re searching for a fun activity to do this Christmas season! These adorable Popsicle Stick Snowflake Ornaments can be decorated in a variety of ways. These basic craft stick snowflakes are easy to decorate and may be made by anyone of any age.

If you don’t already have colored Popsicle Sticks, you’ll need to paint them first. After that, you’ll need to use hot glue to adhere your popsicle sticks together to create the snowflake’s shape. When you’re finished, add a dab of hot glue to the back to add twine for hanging.

Now comes the exciting part! It’s time to deck the halls!

We created a variety of decorations. On one, we used glitter, stickers, and pom pom. On the other, we used silver pom poms with shiny crystals.  

This craft is simple to do and will keep the youngsters entertained for a long time. And the greatest thing is that you’ll have an ornament to treasure for a long time!

Plaid Christmas Decor Bedroom

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Plaid Christmas decor, in particular, is adaptable and may be used in any room of the house. My favorite Christmas decor pieces are plaid throw cushions, blankets, and Christmas ornaments!

Flat ornaments stick to the wall with ease, and a gorgeous snowflake form takes the cake. The two wreaths positioned on either side of a winter sign are another unique feature of this design.

Paper Plate Christmas Tree Craft

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Begin by painting a green paper plate. Allow for complete drying. After your paper plate has dried, split it into thirds and then cut one of the sections smaller. You may make a Christmas tree form by layering them together with the smallest one on top. Punch six (6) holes across the bottom of each paper plate part with your hole punch. For each paper plate part, cut a 12-inch section of ribbon and lace it through the holes. After stringing all of your parts, staple them together into a Christmas tree.

Glue or Staple a brown tree stump cut out of brown paper and a foam star sticker to the top to make a Christmas tree craft. To adorn your paper plate Christmas tree craft, glue on whatever sequins or accessories you choose. What a lovely piece of artwork to put on walls for Christmas.

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