When Christmas is just around the corner, you will want to be ready for it! So, make sure you get into the festive mood before it arrives. This might mean you spend time wrapping your presents or buying some Christmas gifts. Or you may be spending your evenings sitting by the fireplace with a mug of hot cocoa. During the Christmas season, it is also incredibly important to decorate your home in a Christmas or wintery ambience. Taking this into consideration, make certain that you make some Christmas window decorations! To help you out in finding some amazing ideas, we have collected 20 Christmas window decoration ideas. This way, you will be sure to find something special!
1. Stars and Fir Leaves – A Gorgeous Atmosphere
Perhaps you are in search of some sort of window decoration for Christmas time, which exudes natural vibes. Why not use the leaves of an evergreen tree, such as a fir tree, to decorate one of your windows with? Attach them to the frame of your window. After you have finished that, wrap a string of fairy lights around the leave as well as some star-shaped tree ornaments. This will look spectacular at night when you turn the lights on. The lights will really bring a warm and wintery atmosphere to the room.
2. Cool with Candy Canes – Tasty Christmas Window Decorations
One of everyone’s favourite Christmas treats is no other than candy canes. These minty sticks of sugar can definitely freshen you up and we sometimes wonder what Christmas would be without them. If you love candy canes, then why not use them in some form for your Christmas decorations? If you are planning on including them in your Christmas window decoration ideas, then here is one way to do it! All you need to do is hang some candy canes from the top of your window frame or curtain rod. It’s definitely an easy yet groovy way of decorating any of your windows, not to mention, you can eat the candy canes later!
3. Beautiful Ornaments – Lovely and Stunning
There’s nothing else quite like Christmas tree decorations to bring a sense of Christmas to any room! Keeping this in mind, why not give some tree ornaments a try in a different way? Maybe you are trying to find something perfect for your window, which will give your home a Christmas ambience. If so, using some tree ornaments and hanging them from the top of your window will look incredible. This is another idea, which is easy to create at home, so if you don’t have much time on your hands give it a go!
4. A Selection of Christmas – Christmas Window Decoration Ideas
Make sure that you give your windows a Christmas vibe this year! You can easily achieve this by hanging a variety of Christmas items from your window. This might include cookie cutters, which you use for your annual gingerbread cookies. But it might come in the form of Christmas tree ornaments. Of course, one type of decoration you can’t forget about is a string of fairy lights, which will uplift your whole window decor!
5. Glass Stickers – Creating Ornaments for Your Windows
Another fabulous way of decorating your windows is by creating some glass or window stickers for them! You don’t need to buy special ones from a store, you can simply create these by yourself out of paper! Whether it is creating cut-out snowflakes or a small Christmas town, with fir trees and houses, it is bound to look amazing. After cutting out these scenes all you will need to do is stick them on your windows and you’re done. Then feel free to string some fairy lights across the window as an extra touch.
6. A Joyful Window – Christmas Window Decorations
We have already mentioned using candy canes as ornaments for your window. But what about decorating your whole window in an abundance of delicious Christmas treats? You might decide on lining your window first with some fir leaves and holly for a stunning look. Then you can start hanging candy from the leaves. Make sure that all the candy you use for decorating, involves Christmas in some way! Typical Christmas treats, besides candy canes, involve peppermint bark, chocolate Santas and reindeer and nougats or caramels wrapped in wintery red and green paper.
7. An Essence of the Holidays – Fir Leaves and Wreaths
An element of Christmas we can’t ever ignore is no other than a Christmas tree. Without a Christmas tree, Christmas just wouldn’t be the same! If you think about this, it will only make sense to use fir leaves in some sort of form for your Christmas ornaments. You might attach fir leaves all around the frame of your window, creating a very wintery look. Then it’s time to add ornaments to the leaves, such as hanging Christmas tree ornaments and tying large red ribbons onto the garlands. Whichever room you create this in, will look amazing!
8. Cutting Out Paper Ornaments – Easy and Simple
We have already talked a little about created window decorations using pieces of cut out paper. It’s a great craft to do with kids, not to mention it’s super cheap as well! You can cut out small snowflakes from white colours paper and stick them on your windows. If you want to try out something more complicated, you can also cut out Christmas stockings, gift boxes, reindeer and snowmen. These will also bring a very Christmassy vibe to your window!
9. Stylish and Elegant – Christmas Window Decoration Ideas
You may be considering using wreaths to decorate your windows with. After all, you can hang them from the curtain rods for an effortless look. Instead of going for traditional and rustic wreaths, which have a base made of woven twigs and branches or fir leaves, why not use wreaths that incorporate metal rings? This is a perfect idea if you are going for a modern look. You can attach wintery foliage onto the wreaths, only covering half of them with it. Then try attaching some flameless candles to the wreaths as well for an even more spectacular look!
10. An Adorable Scene – A Miniature Woodland Environment
Now here is a fantastic idea you can try out for your Christmas or winter window decor! On a small swing, create a whole wintery woodland environment. This might mean covering the wooden panel in moss, then adding miniature fir trees and mushrooms to it. Then, feel free to add a small elf doll to the environment as well as a reindeer. You will have to fixate everything with a glue gun, this way making sure that nothing falls off! Finally, attach the swing to your window or curtain rod for a cute window decoration!
11. A Snowy Effect – Silver Tree Ornaments
Create an image in your window of snow falling. After all, what would be more wintery or Christmassy than that? There are a number of ways you can accomplish this look. You must use silver and white ornaments to hang from the top of your window or from the curtain rod. This might come in the form of larger silver decorations or stunning beads hanging from roping. Feel free to add a string of fairy lights to this environment.
12. A Star-shaped Wreath – Christmas Window Decoration Ideas
Get into a festive mood for Christmas this year by creating a truly special wreath for your window. The star has become one of the main symbols for Christmas, so why not create a star-shaped wreath? You will have to create the shape of your wreath with wire. Then attaching fir leaves to it, in order to give it a wintery vibe. You might add some ornaments to it, but leaving it simple without any decorations and hanging it in front of your window is also an amazing idea!
13. Stars on a Branch – Earthy and Natural
When it comes to creating window decorations for Christmas, you don’t have to go overboard. A great example includes adding ornaments to a tree branch. Hang them from the branch with strings of yarn, for a very natural and earthy look. You can add some pinecones as decorative elements besides only Christmas tree ornaments. A fantastic ornament to hang from your branch are wooden stars, as this will just boost the natural vibe. Now all you will have to do is hang this branch of decor in front of your window and you are done!
14. Decorations for Outside – Christmas Window Decorations
We have talked a lot about adding Christmas window decorations to the inside of your house. But what about adding some ornaments to the outside of your window? This might consist of adding a wreath to the window and engulfing your window panes with some fir leaf garlands. Make sure that the decor itself brings a whole sense of Christmas with itself. So, keeping this in mind, you might think about adding some Christmas tree ornaments to the garlands as well as the wreath.
15. Stunning with Snowflakes – Inexpensive and Easy
Make sure that you let Christmas wander into your heart as well as your home! So make certain that you decorate your windows in an incredible and adorable way for the holidays. We have already mentioned using cut-out paper decorations, which you can stick on your windows. If you are in search of something inexpensive that you can create under a few hours, then you might try out cut-out snowflakes. After cutting out snowflakes of different shapes and sizes, you can stick them onto the chosen windows. This is a great craft to do during winter months to really get into a festive spirit!
16. Pinecones and Candles – Christmas Window Decor
There are so many ways you can design and style your house for Christmas. If you would like to keep it relatively simple, why not place an assortment of pinecones and candles in your window? How about spray painting the pinecones in silver, glittery paint? Hang them from the top of your window. Then underneath them place some silver-coloured candles, which are sitting on an array of fir leaves. When evening arrives, you can light the candles to create a warm glow in your room.
17. Santa Claus Hats – A Cute Christmas Garland
Here is a super simple idea, which will definitely bring Christmas vibes to your house! All you need for it are some Santa Claus caps. You will probably be able to purchase these in any one of your local stores during the Christmas season, but naturally, you can sew them together yourself. All you will have to do is hang all the Santa caps next to each other on your curtain rod. This is easy and effortless, so if you don’t have much time on your hands, give this a try!
18. Spectacular Spirals – Christmas Window Decoration Ideas
You can never get bored of using Christmas tree ornaments all over the house during the winter season. So, you might as well use them for your Christmas window decorations. Attach the ornaments to spirals for a stunning and unique look. Depending on your style and taste in Christmas decorations, you can use more traditionally coloured ornaments, such as red and green ones. For a more modern look, you can use pink, blue or purple! This is completely up to you, so feel free to get creative with it.
19. Glass Window Stickers – Awesome and Unique
An easy way to decorate any of your windows for Christmas is by using glass window stickers! You can get any shapes and sizes of them, as long as they exude a sense of the holidays. For example, you might decide on getting snowflake or bell glass stickers or ones which are shaped to look like reindeer. There are a lot of options when it comes to window stickers!
20. Don’t Overdo It – A Candlelit Night
Sometimes less is more! So when it comes to decorating your window for Christmas, you don’t have to overdo it! Lay an array of fir leaves, pinecones and holly on your windowpane. You might even place a bell or two on amongst them, for an additional piece of decor. In the very middle of your windowpane, place a candle in a candleholder. The warm light of the candle in the evenings and nights will give your home a friendly and wintery ambience.
We hope you are feeling inspired by these Christmas window decoration ideas! If you are still in search of ideas on how to decorate your home for the winter holidays, then make sure to check out our outdoor Christmas decorations or Christmas wreaths.