Welcome holiday guests with a wreath that shimmers courtesy of iridescent peacock feathers. Want to create your own? Follow our step-by-step instructions to give your front door a glamorous touch. Image courtesy of HGTV fan Lori Ann.
These elegant ornament pomanders are created by grouping matte and shiny glass balls in shades of copper, silver and pearl. Metallic gold leaves add an organic and textural touch. Create your own eye-catching holiday centerpiece with these step-by-step instructions. Image courtesy of HGTV fan Michelle Aleff.
Mmmm...looks good enough to eat! This colorful centerpiece combines candy cane colors with sugary sparkle to create a charming holiday decoration. Indulge your sweet tooth (calorie free!) by crafting your own. Image courtesy of HGTV fan Nancy Turnbaugh.
Copper Glitz Wreath
Metallic copper and rich gold accents lend a glamorous touch to an evergreen holiday wreath. Follow our how-to instructions to add seasonal sparkle to your front door. Image courtesy of HGTV fan Rachel Wallis.
Bring the outdoors in with organic holiday decor. HGTV fan flowergirl kept the palette simple: white hydrangeas, green apples, red gingham ribbon and evergreen clippings create a fresh disply on her holiday mantel. Create your own square twig wreath.
Apple and Evergreen Topiary
Mixed evergreens and bright green apples combine to create a beautiful, organic addition to your holiday decor. Create your own Apple and Evergreen Christmas Topiary with our step-by-step instructions. Image courtesy of HGTV fan flowergirl.
Glittering Mosaic Ornaments
Shatterproof Christmas balls get a beachy update with the addition of sea glass in an array of watery colors. These ornaments are easier to craft than you may think and are a fun project to tackle with help from the kids. Get started with our step-by-step instructions. Image courtesy of HGTV fan Michelle Aleff.
Playful Polka Dots
A plain wreath embellished with loopy silver tinsel, polka dot ribbon and matte and shiny ornaments creates a whimsical welcome for holiday guests. Making your own is a snap with with these step-by-step instructions. Image courtesy of HGTV fan Amelia Laster.