The boho chic style has conquered the world and more and more free-spirited people are also using it for home decor, their outfits and event decor. If you want to decorate your home in this style for Christmas, you may need some ornaments to recreate a wild boho-chic Christmas tree decor. Today I am sharing the coolest and easiest DIY boho Christmas decorations. Just read them through and repeat them to get your tree free spirited!
You will love this step-by-step tutorial for a dream catcher ornament that would look so cute on a boho Christmas tree! Dream catchers are totally boho-chic, they will immediately bring the right mood to your room, and such ornaments are very original. You can really customize it and make this dream catcher ornament look the way it suits your style. Feathers or no feathers, neutral or colored, you name it!
Crystals have a moment – and why shouldn’t they? Whether you believe in their healing and relaxing properties or not, we can all agree that they are really pretty to look at. So it seemed natural to dust your Christmas tree with some crystals as well. If you want luxurious details while still maintaining the bohemian charm of the crystals, wrap rose gold wire around them – because if you can’t be a bit more on vacation, then when?
Are you looking for a delightful alternative to traditional Christmas tree decorations? Look no further! Here is a great tutorial with amazing hand painted Christmas boho ornaments. Visit your local craft store, grab simple cardboard and wood ornaments, assorted acrylic paints, and head out into town. It helps in choosing a color scheme that you want to use to give it a cool look. Stick to simple patterns like stripes, triangles, and dots to add a cool geometric feel to your ornaments. Read the tutorial and watch the video to create them.
Tassels and fringes are traditional elements of the boho decor. So why not make these DIY boho tassel ornaments to make your tree wild this holiday season? They have large tassels, wooden beads, and two tones – dip them in any color you want to brighten up! Read the tutorial to find out how to make them.
Feathers is all about the boho chic style. So learn how to make simple DIY macrame Christmas decorations for your glamorous or boho vacation home this year! They scream boho lux and decadence and if you want, you can embellish your feather Christmas ornaments with some metallic stems and a lace ribbon. Hang them on your tree or use them to decorate your gifts!
Here’s a cute Christmas craft idea that you can create in minutes and even involve the kids: These are oh-so-simple, boho-inspired hoop Christmas decorations! Tires always guarantee your craft won’t be difficult at all, and these are quick and easy and perfect for those of us who love a stylish yet rustic feel in our homes during the vacation. Make them in just 10 minutes and start decorating!
Are you ready to decorate your Christmas tree? Or maybe add a few embellishments? These boho chic ornaments have an asymmetrical look and minerals for extra shine! With a few simple tools, you can make your own mini treasures to decorate your wall or tree. The great thing about this project is that you can make a number of them as gifts and make some of them to keep yourself! You (and your fifteen) could choose to hang them on the wall and display them all year round, isn’t that amazing?
Watercolor is more popular than ever - these diluted colors and shapes look beautiful and very relaxing. Watercolor clothes, shoes, accessories, home textiles, and furniture - we see them everywhere, so let's add a bit of trendy watercolor to your home decor to create a watercolor wall art piece. The number of types of watercolor artwork is endless: your home state, geoforms, various images, landscapes, even your photos that have been printed and then jazzed up with watercolors. I am sure everyone will find something they like. There are large format watercolor artworks that combine two decor trends: watercolor and large sizes, and they really make a statement.
You can create all kinds of watercolor artwork: abstract, ombre, various shapes, images, geometry, and so on. The basic technique and accessories are almost the same everywhere: you need watercolors, brushes, frames, and watercolor paper. Decide on the picture and the colors you want, stick with your room decoration: it's seaside, paint an anchor or a seascape, it's modern, go for geometric prints. Once you've chosen an image, first sketch it out on paper with a pencil, or if you're pretty sure, just paint. First, press a little of your first color onto cardboard or another piece of watercolor paper. First, dip the brush in just enough water to distribute the paint without thinning it out too much. Paint according to your shape or picture you want to get and don't forget to change the intensity of the colors if you want to get an ombre effect. If you want to get a geometric watercolor work of art, first paint the paper the colors you want and then let it dry. Now cut the paper into the desired geoform and attach it to cardboard or paper. If you're just painting, the geoforms have thinned outlines. When your design is ready, just let it dry for a while and then frame it or just mount it on the wall as you wish.
Voila, now your artwork is ready! Read the tutorials below to find the artwork you like best and create it at home using the step-by-step guide.