To kick off the Christmas season, many people like to set the bar high with a great Christmas porch decor set up. Depending on what kind of porch you have, you may go for something simple or highly elaborate. Many of the ideas on this list can be used to create an entire theme as a jump off point. No matter what you decide to do, here are 10 DIY Christmas Porch Decorating Ideas to inspire you this Christmas season.
10 DIY Christmas Porch Decorating Ideas
I love the rustic and vintage look of these skates with sprigs of evergreen in them from Aiken House & Gardens. You could add a bow or other elements to make it your own and it’s a great way to use skates that your kids have outgrown.
This Polka-Dot Holiday Welcome mat from DIY Playbook is a simple craft you can do to match any theme on your porch. I think it pulls everything together in a modern twist.
If you are looking for an awesome way to make a nice light-up display on your porch, this DIY Patio lights idea from Crafty Butt is perfect. It’s frugal and simple with country charm.
Another easy craft is this DIY Sharpie Outdoor Christmas Sign from Finding Home. I love the black and red colors she chose.
Cranberries are always a nice theme for Christmas decor and these Frozen Cranberry luminaries and wreath from Nest Full of Eggs are pretty amazing and couldn’t be much simpler.
Burlap always adds a nice touch to any craft and this tutorial on how to make a nice Porch Christmas Tree from HGTV is simple and elegant.
If you have a covered porch, this Gift Topiary from Deck the Holidays would be a nice touch.
Better Home & Gardens has an excellent idea for you if you have a wood bench on your porch. No one really uses it in the winter, right? Decorate it with evergreens and pine cones for a simple look.
This Mason Jar Light from All Things Heart & Home is not specifically for Christmas, but I think it would look lovely in a country theme.
This Rustic Snowman Grapevine Wreath is made by attaching 3 grapevine wreaths with twine. You could make this as small or as large as you need to fit on your front porch.
Do you do anything cool with your porch for the Christmas season? I would love to know about it in the comments!