Nifty·Posted on Dec 1, 201321 Ways To Decorate A Small Space For The HolidaysJust because you don't have many square feet to work with doesn't mean you can't get festive.by Alanna OkunBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Display your holiday cards on the wall along with pops of greenery. gardenista.com Even if you don't have much floor space, chances are you still have walls. Find out how to make the little boughs here. 2. Make wintry wall designs with washi tape. remainsimple.tumblr.com Say that five times fast. 3. If you can't fit a whole tree into your space, buy a half tree. target.com They're for sale (and, of course, sadly fake) at places like Target. Quarter trees are also available for tucking into corners. 4. Put branches in a vase. enjoyourhome.blogspot.com 5. Make a wall decal tree. pinterest.com Make like this amazing example and use any stickers, letters, and tchotchkes you have on hand. 6. Or use lights. brides.com 7. Or branches with lights. itsoverflowing.com Even if you do have a tree, these are rad ways to have EVEN MORE TREES. 8. Use the same technique to create a simple and beautiful Star of David. blogg.skonahem.com 9. Use graham crackers to make a miniature "gingerbread" house. cakedalaska.com Get the full directions here. 10. Even cuter and tinier? Edible snowglobes. larecetadelafelicidad.com Find out how to make these lil guys here. 11. Make glue gun snowflakes. welivedhappilyeverafter.com Use your windows, much like your walls, to their full advantage. 12. Hang paper snowflakes over a window so they can catch the light. designsponge.com They don't have to be quite as intricate as these. 13. If you're having people over, use a tiered stand to maximize space. theglitterguide.com And don't be afraid to mix sweet and savory food on the same serving receptacle. 14. Make or buy a menorah with separate candlesticks for easy storage. confettipop.com It's nontraditional but is a lovely way to put your own stamp on the holiday. Directions here. 15. Use unexpected surfaces to display an advent calendar. gotlandsliv.blogspot.com 16. The advantage of having a small tree is that you can put it in a basket! southernliving.com Which will make cleanup much, much more pleasant after New Year's. 17. Gussy up your chairs. makeit-loveit.com Everyone's gotta sit. Get the tutorial for these here. 18. Hang ornaments from your ceiling. lemonni.com You've probably got way more space up there than on surfaces closer to ground level. This is especially easy if you're putting up string lights — just tie (lightweight) ornaments on. 19. Make miniature rosemary wreaths. theprettyblog.com It's surprisingly easy and you can display them on a table, a mantle, or anywhere else that needs a little life. 20. Use your wrapping paper as part of your decorating. camillestyles.com Find out how to make this wall rack here. 21. And of course, if all else fails, decorate with things you have lying around the house. lolwall.co MEOWRY CHRISTMAS HAHA SORRY. Want more great DIY tips? Sign up for the BuzzFeed DIY newsletter and you'll get them in your inbox four times a week!