1. Cranberry Centerpieces
Fill clear containers (plastic or glass will do) with Epsom salts, cranberries, and some evergreen trimmings, as done here.
2. Ornament Vase
Got leftover ornaments? Stick them in a vase for a quick and pretty centerpiece, as done here.
3. Thumbtack Candles
Stick a bunch of metallic thumbtacks into plain white candles to make them instantly party ready! This blogger had the bright idea.
4. Pipe Cleaner Tree Decorations
All you need are fingers and pipe cleaners to make these wonky tree decorations. So quick you can make just a few, or dozens! Check out this post.
5. Swank Stir Sticks
Tape curled ribbon to the top of bamboo sticks for glamorous party libations. Julie Blanner tells you how.
6. Simple Bow
Bows aren’t just for gifts — place them above your doorknob or on your mantle for a simple festive touch, as seen here.
7. Snow Ornaments
Fill a clear ornament with polyester fiber fill to bring some snow indoors in seconds. Check out this post.
8. Wheat Stalks Centerpiece
Loosely cinch craft-store wheat stalks with ribbon and place in a glass container for an au natural Christmas centerpiece, as done here.
9. Candy Mantel
Fill glass jars with candies that match your holiday decor. Quick, easy, and yummy. As seen here.
10. Ornament Swag
Got leftover ornaments? String them together with wire to make pretty wall decor, as done here.
11. Peppermint Candies
Peppermint candies are pretty enough to use as tabletop decorations.
12. Pinecone Garland
Make this natural garland by wrapping the ends of pinecones with yarn and hanging them above the mantle.
13. Ornament Planter
Add a pop of holiday decor by filling the vase of a house plant with bright bulb ornaments, as done here.
14. Persimmon Branches
If you’re lucky enough to have a persimmon tree, you can hang a few branches on your doorway, like this. But this looks lovely with evergreens too!
15. Evergreen Trimming
Everyone loses a few Christmas tree branches in the installation process. Stick them in a glass jar like this blogger.
16. Gift Bow Garland
This fun garland is simply made of gift bows stuck on string.
17. Cake Stand Greenery
If you don’t have time to make ornate Christmas cakes, fill your cake stand with greenery and/or ornaments, as done here.
18. Candy Cane Decor
Candy canes are just plain pretty. Stick them in a vase or potted plant for instant holiday cheer.
19. Ribbon Wrapped Candles
Wrap red and white ribbons around simple white candles for Christmas flare, as seen here.
Mistletoe is always fun, and best when simple as done here. Just hang it over a doorway, or anywhere you chose.
21. Stacked Bowls
To make this simple centerpiece, fill stacked bowls with ornaments, nuts, fir trimmings, and berries.
23. Jingle Bells
You can hang jingle bells big and small pretty much anywhere — on the door, as done here, above the mantle, on the tree, and even scattered atop the table.
24. Cookie Cutters
Add a little something more to a white tabletop by scattering Christmas-shaped cookie cutters throughout, like this blogger did.
25. Stockings Stuffed with Utensils
Buy a bunch of mini stockings at the craft store, and use them to hold utensils at your Christmas table, as done here.
26. Stick Candles
Though understated, stick candles are appropriately festive when surrounded by a bit of greenery like this.
27. Faux Snow
Scatter faux snow on the mantle, table, or just about anywhere for instant Christmas. As seen here.