Last Minute Christmas Decor Ideas! 10 Creative DIY Christmas Decorations and Christmas Hacks

Last Minute Christmas Decor Ideas! 10 Creative DIY Christmas Decorations and Christmas Hacks


There we go! These merry room decorations will surely impress Jessica! Shiny Christmas lights
here and there always does the job! You sure did light up the Christmas vibe
here, buddy! As long as she doesn’t look at urgh this pillow… I don’t think your
fashionista girlfriend will be impressed… Where the Christmas lights nothing but a
distraction? Seriously?! Let’s crop some pointed ovals
out of fabric. Four of them actually. Sew them all together to form an empty bag. This definitely needs to be filled with puffy polyester stuffing. Close up the
remaining gap with hot glue. You will need a shape like this one as well for the top of our light bulb. Make as many as you like. You can never have too many
Christmas lights! Just be sure to connect them all on the same strap. More Christmas lights, MORE! Arrange them any way you want – it’s your call! But at the end of the day, they are the perfect couch cushions. They may be not as shiny as the actual lights but these sure go well with other
Christmas decorations! Well, mister, with these Christmas lights you are sure to light up the right atmosphere for a cozy evening date! Well, Emma, this tree of yours looks nothing like the picture… What…? What do you mean “what”? Were you even trying to follow the instructions?! Only you Joshua
can save Emma’s Christmas this year. Um… I guess you could… spruce it up a bit? Um, hey, Emma, have you sent your letter to Santa yet? You may want to add an extra wish… Grab a circle shaped piece of wooden board and
paint it black. You’ll need a Christmas tree stand screwed on the center of the board. Apply a line of strong and trusty super glue on the borders of the circle. We’ll need to securely stick a hula-hoop here. Time to get an adhesive LED strip
out of your drawer and stick it on the hula-hoop. If you don’t have one – don’t
worry, it’s not that difficult to get them these days. Just plug your Christmas tree there and of course spruce it up. Hang this piece on the wall and make a second one with the bottom part of the Christmas tree. Christmas tree sequence initiated. Hey, guys, come over! The instructions were unclear so our Christmas tree got stuck somewhere in the middle of those portals. Whaaaaaat?? We sure managed to pass the test chamber though! *chuckle* Who needs those
instructions anyway. I guess we’re all stuck in this jolly and merry moment, huh? *chuckle* Taking a break in the name of self care huh, Jacob? Mister, are you blind or what?? What? But watching you work is just so exhausting… At least pretend to be more
useful by getting some Christmas decorations, buddy! Christmas decorations, she says… Be useful, she says… Urgh, I guess those Cola
cans aren’t the decorations Emily is expecting. …or are they? Grab one of the many Cola cans that you have and remove the can tab. Use drops of super glue to stick on a pair of googly eyes. Now the fun part: squeeze the can a bit. Hey there, little fella! Grab another one and cut the top and the bottom of it. Make another cut in the
middle and using a precision knife crop out a strip. This little guy could use
a pair of arms. Attach the strip just like that. I mean how is this fella
gonna hold his notes? With a good dash of superglue anything’s possible! And with enough friends assisting, we’ve got a whole chorus ready for Christmas caroling! Spray some snow on them and pack them neatly into a surprise box. The Pandora’s box is ready to be unleashed! HEY! *whistle* Come on, guys! It may not be the most obvious Christmas decoration but it sure is a box filled with a merry mood! *Christmas Carol* Ta-da! Christmas carolers, the happiest and
merriest of them all! I can already hear them singing! So what are you waiting for? Grab your notes and sing along, fellow pandas! That’s the spirit! Still studying despite the Christmas vibe? Not cool… But I suspect that someone is coming to town
tonight… The festivity is right behind you, pal! Hmm, weird. I swear I heard something… This innocent-looking Christmas tree was totally there all along. Oh! Watch out! She’s coming at you! BOO! *scream* Emily? But where did the Christmas tree
go? Grab a wide green dress and decorate it with sparkly tinsel of your choice. You can use simple safety pins to attach them on to the fabric. Don’t be shy you
may not look at it as a Christmas tree. But you’ll witness the transformation
pretty soon. Oh, and don’t forget the baubles as well. Now, folks, get ready for
the main trick! Just open a hole in the fabric on the edge of the dress. And insert a hula hoop there. Between the two layers just like that. Quite a jolly and
merry style you got there, girl! What a TREE-mendous looking dress, Emily! Stand tall and proud, remember your roots and don’t forget to drink lots of water! In other words, be a tree! There’s quite a chemis-TREE going between you guys! Emily, is rooting for your studies, Jacob! Hey there, Victoria, I hope you’re not leaving
your little Christmas tree like that! Unfortunately the room decorating spree
has left you sort of… empty-boxed. I hope you haven’t sent your letter to Santa yet… You may want to wish for some extra Christmas baubles for Christmas… Wait! You may be just “pine” with what you’ve got already! Yep, you get the hint! Grab those pine cones and cover it in
yellow paint! Using a paintbrush add a bit of glue on the edges. We will need the glitter to stick there. Out of the different shades of green paper crop out several leaves. And now stick them together to make a tiny bush just like that. Attach this piece onto our little yellow pine cone. I can already sense a
bit of a Hawaiian vibe over here! Lastly glue a ribbon on and we’re set! What a “pine” looking pineapple! Oh but be sure to make more of them! They like hanging
together! Agreed, those pine cones were overrated in the first place. Who said that winter isn’t the right season to grow pineapples, huh? It’s a magical time of the year after all! Whilst munching on those candy canes Emily realizes that
she’s forgotten about the dinner with her friends. There’s even a reminder in your
calendar! I hope you still got enough candy canes
ready for tonight’s dinner. Because we’re about to turn them into something sweet
and merry! Start aligning them around a can one by one. Now tie it all up with a fancy red ribbon. But what’s important is in the
inside. So throw a flower vase in there. All right, now we’ve got some Christmas
table decorations ready for tonight’s dinner! Feel free to customize the
formation of the canes. What a jolly looking dinner table! But it gets even
merrier with all the girls sitting together by it and enjoying their Christmas. Merry Christmas everyone! Pasta is the best emergency solution for
a festive dinner that you’re supposed to prepare. Not the case when you struggle
to open the jar though… Oh no… no… no! Well now you’re doomed… How are you gonna
surprise your family now, Emma? These adorable wagon wheels might turn into something magical! Try connecting them using drops of hot glue. Start playing around with all the different shapes of noodles to form miraculous patterns! We’re giving you ideas but in the end it’s all up to your imagination, folks! Just don’t forget to cover them in shiny shades like silver spray paint! Stick a red ribbon on the peak of it and we’re ready to hang these shiny pasta stars onto our Christmas tree! Wow! You even managed to make a garland out of bowtie noodles! With such glitter effects, you would never suspect these we’re supposed to be your dinner! *chuckle* From a mini Christmas tree to a wreath, anything is possible with a variety of simple noodles! Sprinkles falling! All around me! Only a small amount of those colorful goodies actually landed where they’re supposed to be! While the remaining ones are no more… At least not for culinary use… Is there a way to use them elsewhere? Tt seems Emily would love to play a bit
more with these magic snowflakes! Grab an empty plastic ball and split it open. Cover the inside with a layer of edible lacquer spray. This is where the shower
of sprinkles show up. The lacquer is sticky enough. Use that by moving the
sprinkles around. Soon you’ll see a colorful layer covering the surface of
the plastic ball. Repeat the same with the other half and make it whole again. All we need now is the tip of the ornament so you could hang it on your Christmas tree. Play around with different colors and sprinkles. You’d want your Christmas to be as colorful and merry as possible, right? Mmm… yum! Halloween is long gone and you still got your spooky pumpkin wreath hanging on the door, Jess? We will have to work on our upcoming season decorations a bit. Santa Claus is coming to town after all! Let’s see what we’ve got here. Those neighborhood kids have taken all the sweet treats from it! There’s a whole bag of candies ready for this craft that we’re about to witness! Firstly let’s get rid of all the spooky props off this wreath. Just a naked old
hanger left on it. Not for long! Tie a ribbon on the candy and fasten it
onto the hanger. Repeat it a lot of times. Use up all the candies if you want to
fully cover your wreath. For an extra merry touch add a huge ribbon on the top. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Everywhere we go! Happy holidays, Pandas! I hope you enjoyed these Christmas hacks! Let us know which of them you’re gonna use next in the comments down below. If you want to learn more feel free to check out our older videos. Hit the subscribe button and ring that bell to stay tuned for more!

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