Nifty·Posted on Dec 4, 201240 DIY Home Decor Ideas That Aren't Just For ChristmasThe holidays are so ephemeral. These stylish decorating ideas are festive, yet they also work beyond the month of December.by Peggy WangBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Candle Pillars Made from Cinnamon Sticks wohnidee.wunderweib.de They'll make your house smell amazing. You could glue the sticks around a can for extra sturdiness. 2. Starry Lights on Dried Branches restorationhardware.com The tiny starry lights are from Restoration Hardware. 3. Pine Cones on Wire draumesider.blogspot.com Shape into hearts, letters, or whatever you'd like. 4. A Frosty Spray-Painted Wreath kjerstislykke.blogspot.com Simply spray-paint a wreath of dried branches. For an added touch, hang a felt pillow or a pinecone in the center. 5. Cozy Sweater Sleeves Reused to Cover Vases norskeinteriorblogger.no bhg.com 6. Glass Vases Filled With Salt sugartotdesigns.blogspot.com 7. Sparkly Spray Paint on Dried Branches straightfromthecurls.com For the holidays, you can still hang ornaments on them. 8. Paper Snowflakes studioviolet.blogspot.com More information here. atypicaltypea.com Hang on a branch to make a winter mobile. 9. Faceted Paper Vase ohhappyday.com This vase was made using paper printed from a free template. ohhappyday.com 10. Earthy Starburst Twig Wreath thepaintedhive.net 11. Rainbow Pom-Pom Garlands indulgy.com These can totally be repurposed after the holidays. 12. Paper Stars Threaded with Twine kotiliesi.fi These could easily be reused for a New Year's party. digsdigs.com 13. Star Ornaments nibsblog.wordpress.com These can be hung from a canopy bed year-round. 14. Modern Paper Porcupine Ornament howaboutorange.blogspot.com.ar 15. Rosemary Trees pinterest.com You can shape them to resemble small Christmas trees. 16. Iced Branches makethemwonderblog.blogspot.com 17. Pine Cone Necklaces for Kitchenware theartofdoingstuff.com pinterest.com 18. Perforated Christmas Tree Cones curbly.com These are modern and sleek enough to be kept out year-round. Get the full directions here. 19. A Rustic Candle Display digsdigs.com 20. White Triangle Ornaments for Your House Plants digsdigs.com 21. Geometric Paper Ornaments annaleenashem.blogspot.se 22. Tree Branch Hung from the Ceiling wordpress.com For the holidays, hang Christmas ornaments. But you could also wrap string lights around it for a makeshift chandelier. digsdigs.com Or hang pretty colorful decorations for a birthday party. 23. Neon-Dipped Pinecones camillestyles.com Use them at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's! camillestyles.com sayyestohoboken.com 24. A Simple Painted Clothes Hanger for Hanging Seasonal Decorations hegegreenall-scholtz.blogspot.com.au 25. Triangle-Motif Doormat abeautifulmess.com Get the DIY here. 26. Spray-Painted Metallic Leaves designsponge.com Spray-paint leaves and attach wires to the stems. Add them to a Christmas tree or to a house plant. 27. Fluffy Pom-Pom Ornaments librariantellsall.com These could also pass as faux cotton when hung from dried branches. Directions are here. 28. Pyramid Ornaments alovelylark.com These could double as New Year's or birthday party decorations. 29. Glitter Votives 100layercake.com These votives work for pretty much any party situation. 30. Faux Mercury Glass Cases thepapermama.com These are created from a mirror-like spray paint. 31. Paperwhite Bulbs laughingwithangels.blogspot.com Depending on how you decorate them, you could keep them around all year. domaphile.com They also make awesome gifts. 32. A Bay Leaf Wreath makeit-loveit.com This wreath could work for fall or summer too. 33. Pom-Pom Garland elsiemarley.com Get the tutorial here. The cool thing about making this is that you can reuse the pom-poms for a cute pillow after the holidays. elsiemarley.com 34. Black and White Geometric Ornaments minieco.co.uk Find the instructions and printable here. 35. Twigs in a Jar basiclabelsweden.blogspot.com Sprinkle some balsam-scented essential oil over the wood. 36. Himmeli Ornaments forgeyou.wordpress.com Himmelis are a traditional Finnish Chistmas decoration, but they actually kind of look like cool prisms or diamonds. Get the directions here, but there are also many cool himmeli options for purchase on Etsy. 37. 15-Minute Ribbon Star bec4-beyondthepicketfence.blogspot.com Change out the ribbon depending on the holiday. 38. Ombre Dinner Napkins confettipop.com Choose a nice shade of green and you can use these for any occasion. 39. Wine Glasses as Votive Holders interiordesigningblog.com These could be used for any holiday, depending on what you want to put in the glasses. s3-ak.buzzfeed.com 40. A Bowl of Clove Oranges thehousethatlarsbuilt.com Use them when making mulled wine.