Plaid or tartan are traditional for Christmas, and I bet everyone has a couple of such items at home. If you still don’t have any and no decorations either, it’s high time to make some to bring festive spirit to your home at once. Today’s roundup is dedicated to plaid and tartan decorations for Christmas, and I have a whole bunch of them for you!
Make some plaid ornaments to hang on your tree – you’ll need just some Styrofoam balls and plaid fabric. Wrap your ornaments with fabric and secure it, read the tutorial to find out how to do that. If some fabric is left, you can make some garlands, too.
These ornaments are even more eye-catching because they use several kinds of fabric and red velvet, which is the trend of this year. The ornaments are no-sew ones, they are made of old shirts and the contrast is highlighted with velvet ribbons. They won’t take much time to make them, just prepare some shirts including plaid or tartan ones.
If you love rustic decor and want to rock it this Christmas, this tutorial is right what you need! This rustic ornament includes burlap and plaid paper – it looks unusual and very eye-catchy. The piece is made of a burlap ornament and a plaid deer head, read how to make it in the source.
Here’s one more easy idea to make a plaid ornament – some wood circles and plaid paper are the main supplies. Attach the plaid paper circles of a smaller size to the wooden ones and add Mod Podge. Find more exact instructions in the source and add a rustic feel to your tree with them.
Green felt will be a nice backdrop for plaid or tartan, so you may love these ornaments. Cut out some plaid pieces – deer, trees, stars, bells and so on and attach them to the green felt. These little cute ornaments can be also used as gift tags and key chains – very Christmassy!
Wrapping balls with plaid ribbons and securing them afterwards maybe a little tricky and may take some time, and if you don’t have any, this craft is for you. These Styrofoam balls are covered with plaid fabric and secured with ribbons – just a couple of minutes, and voila!
These ones will take some time to make but you won’t regret that! Just look at these amazing buffalo check ornaments with snowflakes – what can be more winter-like? Use embroidery hoops and buffalo check fabric, then attach snowflake buttons. Read the whole tutorial to find out how to make these cuties!
Purple plaid? Yes, please! These Christmas ornaments shaped as trees look amazing and bold due to the bold colors, and cinnamon sticks are sure to add that holiday smell. Find out how to make these cute tree-shaped ornaments and decorate your tree with little trees.
Skirts are also necessary for Christmas trees, cover the base to make your tree even more chic. This tree skirt is made of plaid and satin, you’ll have to sew it, so some skills are necessary. Make some matching ornaments with the same fabric for a cool and cozy Christmas tree look!
Garlands And Wreaths
This tartan garland is a nice idea for any home, it may be used for tree decor, mantel, stairs, doors and many other things including windows. The project involves a little sewing but the result is worth spending your time on it. Use different colors of plaid to make the garland cooler!
Make your Christmas heart-warming with this cute and cozy plaid heart garland. Such an idea is non-typical for Christmas but it will add romance to the space, so if you are going to celebrate with your love or even propose – it’s ideal!
This lush Christmas wreath with evergreens, pinecones, gilded berries and other detailing is great for holiday decor. This is basically a usual styrofoam wreath wrapped with plaid fabric, and then you may add any decor you like. Read how to make such a piece for your front door.
Rock different shades of plaid and tartan for this wreath and make its decor cool. This piece is decorated with snowy branches and pinecones, or personalize it as you like – rock various decor ideas. Such an item will be a nice traditional idea for door decor.
Add a touch of plaid to your festive table, too, with a cool plaid table runner. This craft doesn’t include any sewing, so you’ll make it very easily and fast. Read the instructions.
Candles add coziness to any space, so this craft is right what you need for the holidays. This is a plaid candle holder for several candles, and it can be easily made of plaid and some buttons – nothing difficult here!
Make an additional Christmas tree for any space of a cone and some plaid fabric. The idea is simple: just wrap the cone with plaid and add a silver pompom on the top. Put the tree on any table or mantel or use it as an additional little tree somewhere. Enjoy!