Concrete Christmas Decor Ideas –You Can Make
Are you looking for especially creative decor to make this holiday season? Then you’ll love this list of concrete Christmas decor ideas we’ve put together for you.
Using concrete to make holiday decor makes perfect sense. It’s cheap, and the projects on our list fit any skill level.
Not only that, the materials are easy to come by. Even the molds are often household plastic leftovers or items from a dollar or thrift store.
And the best thing about concrete is that it’s the perfect material because it’s durable for making outdoor Christmas decorations too.
Of course, these fantastic decoration ideas will make amazing, unique homemade Christmas presents.
If this is your first time making any concrete decor items, it’s not a DIY project you should make at your dining room table.
The cement mix produces caustic dust. And you mustn’t inhale it or have it floating inside your house.
Concrete projects need to be done outside or in a garage, and please use a safety mask.
By the way, here’s a pro tip –most of these projects can be made using the same type of concrete mix and at the same consistency of mixture.
So how do you mix concrete or cement for DIY Christmas decorations?
To mix the concrete, start by adding the dry mix to a bowl. Then slowly add a little water and mix it until there are no lumps and you have reached the consistency of a milkshake.
Your next step is to choose your favorite concrete Christmas decor ideas from the list below so you can get started.
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Concrete Christmas Decor Ideas –You Can Make
Round Cement Christmas Candle (Easy DIY)
These round cement candles are one of the easiest concrete projects around. The gorgeous metallic gold glow comes from a special acrylic paint.
Still, you have the flexibility to paint them any color.
Another concrete decor DIY project with gold elements is these candlestick holders.
Mini DIY Concrete Bowls for Christmas
Make a set of these mini concrete bowls to put some candy in. The festive colors have a warm ambiance and inject a little Christmas spirit into your home decor.
And your guests are sure to notice your handmade talents.
DIY Cement Ornaments (Easy and Fun!)
All you need to make these easy DIY concrete Christmas ornaments are cookie cutters in the shape of a star.
The shiny Christmas-colored wire used for hanging picks up the warm glow from the fairy lights on the tree.
DIY Cement Gift Tags (Easy!)
What a perfect way to dress up your gift boxes! You make these concrete gift tags with the same cookie cutter as the ornaments above.
The difference is that you'll use resin as paint for the decorative design on top.
These can also function as Christmas tree decorations.
DIY Cement Grinch Decor Wall Tile
Here's a cool Christmas craft that will bring some holiday cheer. Watching The Grinch is so much fun this time of year.
Now you can make your own Grinch wall decor to enjoy all season.
Embroidery Hoop Faux Concrete Christmas Tree Ornaments
These concrete trees are perfect for hanging on the wall or your front door. Okay, so these trees aren't really concrete. You make them the easy way.
You make the faux concrete effects with gray and white paint. Check out the tutorial for the details.
Ribbed DIY Concrete Planter for Christmas
This awesome planter's ribbed texture brings out the shimmer from the iridescent holiday colors painted on it. It is fully functional and even has a drain hole.
DIY Concrete Christmas Trees
Set the stage for a Christmas scene and with a different kind of concrete Christmas tree.
The plastic cups are a great mold for this, and being different sizes allow them to be stacked, creating a perfect tree shape.
White Concrete Candle Holder Christmas Gift DIY
Make a Christmas concrete candle to add festive cheer to your living room decor.
With the details provided in this tutorial, you can make a candle with such clean lines it looks like you purchased it from the store.
DIY Burlap Bag Concrete Planter
How adorable is this concrete burlap bag textured and shaped planter? And the concrete was actually cast inside a burlap bag.
It's a neat Christmas decoration to have on display for guests to see.
Here are some taller, marbled concrete pillar candles you might also like.
And when you’re ready to start thinking about Easter, here are some cool concrete egg planters and a pretty cement Easter bowl.
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