Old Christmas decorations do not have to be tossed away, especially if they hold sentimental value. Recycled Christmas decorations can give your home a new holiday feels and is also great for the environment. Save the planet and some money while creating these great recycled decorations with your friends and family.
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Recycled Green Bottles
Put a new spin on Christmas lights. Insert white lights into green glass bottles to create the perfect combination of Christmas tree lights.
Snowman Toilet Paper Roll Craft
Put your empty toilet paper rolls to go use. Create small and sweet snowmen decorations with your friends and family.
Snowman from recycled tires
Get rid of some of that garage clutter and turn it into something festive! Take unused tires, paint them white and decorate like Jack Frost.
Juice Top Photo Ornaments
Homemade ornaments are beautiful for your tree and your holiday memories. Brighten your spirit with family photos made from juice tops. This is a great way to recycle and create custom decorations.
Wood Shingles Turned Garland
Create fun and one-of-a-kind mantle decoration with these wooden shingle garland. Put your leftover pieces of wood to good use to make this cute and festive mantle garland.
Light Bulb Wreath
We all have the old light bulbs that have gone out but we don’t want to throw away the whole string of lights. Use you’re burnt out lights to create this festive and unique Christmas wreath.
The beauty of using household’s items to create your Christmas decorations is they will never go out of style and will always be a staple of your Christmas decor. Use an old shutter to create a vintage wall hanging snowman.
Creamer Bottle Snowman
Doing well for the environment will always put you in the Christmas spirit. Use your empty coffee creamer bottles (we know you have many) to add some wintry fun with these creamer bottle snowmen.
Reindeer K-Cup Christmas Decoration
Ever wonder what to do with all your used K-cups? There always seem to be so many of them used during the day. Saving them to make cute little reindeer decorations not only brightens your home but saves the earth.
Using packaged tea bags for Christmas decorations is cost-effective and beautiful. String them together and add some glitter to make your decoration really pop.
Repurposed Hand Saw Tree
This hand saw tree is a wood workers Christmas dream decoration. Simply combine two saw together at the top and decorate!
Noel Wine Bottles
Take all those wine bottles from your holiday parties and turn them into something joyous. Paint the bottles white and stencil on your favorite holiday message.
Make the outside of your home inviting and comfortable. Take an old, unused chair and simply cut a hole in the seat. Add plants and foliage to create a festive front porch scene.
Colorful Christmas Tree
There are so many ways to create Christmas decorations from everyday objects. Create your own Christmas tree with a simple ladder and suspended ornaments.
Fence Turned Door Hanger
Turning spare pieces of wood into Christmas decorations can be the focal point of your home. Decorate your door handles with a painting on a old piece of wood.
Bring the outside in! Create your own winter snow with these homemade and indoor safe snow balls.
Santa Coffee Can Plant Pot
Take your empty coffee can and make a festive Santa Claus plant pot for all of your holiday foliage. Create your own variety of holiday plants.
Vintage Bedspring Christmas Tree
Feeling adventurous in your Christmas decorating? An old bed spring can make for a surprisingly unique and antique decoration.
Christmas Snow Sleigh Shelf
Use an only sleigh to give your home a timeless Christmas feel. Place it anywhere for holiday ambiance and cheer.
Snowman Light Bulb
Never know what to do with burnt out light bulbs? Turn them into a Christmas ornament. Simply cover with glitter and add eyes and a nose to have your own Frosty on your tree.
Yardsticks and Sewing Machine Drawer
Classic office supplies like yard sticks make for great DIY Christmas items. Add them to a holiday bulletin board for a creative and fun decoration.
Snowy Christmas Fun
Make the outside of your home warm and inviting. Use clever items like galvanized buckets for flower and plant pots to decoration your front porch.
Front Yard Christmas Tree
Make your front lawn stand out from all the rest with this tire Christmas tree. Paint the tires your favorite shade of green and decorate!
Who doesn’t love the feeling of fresh fallen snow? Bring it indoors with this clever snowball bouquet. Place decoratively and you will have the best of both worlds.
Cranberries and Coffee Candles
Put a new twist on the Christmas aromas. Combine cranberry and coffee to bring warmth and rosy cheer to all of your guests.
Danish Nisse Logs
Add some European culture to your holiday decor. These Danish Santa Claus logs is a great project for the whole family and a great addition to your home.
Mini Snow Globes
The best places to create your own decorations is any dollar store near you. The greatest ideas and designs come from our own imaginations. These dollar store snow globes are beautiful and wonderful for the holiday season.
Is it time to clean out the garage? Then it is time to make Christmas decorations! Take old shovels that are not in use and turn them into these fun snowmen porch decorations.
Driftwood Christmas Tree
Taking a walk on the beach during the winter season is refreshing and cleansing. Collecting great souvenirs, such as driftwood and shells, can easily make a wonderful and one of a kind Christmas tree decoration.
Wine Cork Christmas Tree Craft
During the holiday season, many guests come in and out of your home. Save your wine corks for all your dinner parties to create handmade decorations. You can even make a party out of it!
Ladder Christmas Display
Try something new with this ladder Christmas display. Add lights and ornaments to create a fun and different Christmas tree.
Advent Calendar on a Vintage Ladder
The Christmas season is the season of blessings and remembrance. Create a fun and interactive advent calendar with a wooden ladder and tiny buckets filled with treats.
Denim Christmas Stocking
Christmas is the season for giving to those less fortunate. Create a one of a kind stocking from your own unwanted denim and give to those who might not have much.
Old Fence Christmas Tree
Take the wood from your old fence to create a rustic outdoor tree decoration. Decorate with unique items that go with your rustic style.
Disney’s Big Hero 6 Baymax Ornament
Pay homage to your favorite movie characters with regular Christmas ornaments. Use a plain white ornament to create this awesome Big Hero 6 ornament from the blockbuster film.
Bedspring and Vintage Ornament Tree
Vintage decorations make for great conversation among your friends and family. Use an old bedspring and decorate with Christmas ornaments for a unique take on a Christmas classic.
Recycled Light Bulb Ornament
Christmas bulbs burn out more often than we would like. Put them to good use by turning them into Christmas tree decorations. Cover with glitter and add a colorful bow and add to your tree.
Something Old, Something New
Use the same glittery light bulbs to place in vases around your home. Add a pop of color to every corner of your home with reusable items.
Soda Can Christmas Tree
Put your recycling to good use to create a fun and unique soda can tree. This is great for fun office or school parties!
Use an old sweater to create this sweet snowmen trio. Add rosy cheeks and make with love to make this decoration warm and fuzzy.