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Make Boho Christmas Decor for Your Tree

Make these pretty ornaments for a little boho Christmas decor on your tree! Neutral colored, faux botanicals swirl around inside glass Christmas balls, topped with fluffy, sparkly snow.

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christmas ball with fake snow on it

DIY boho Christmas Ornaments

I just love the look of neutral holiday decor, and these boho Christmas ornaments are such a pretty addition to the mix!

Traditional holiday decor or bright colors are obviously really fun, but it’s been so lovely to serve up a pretty color palette of silvers, tans, and earthy tones this year.

It’s really easy to create DIY boho Christmas decor, and I think you’ll find that you have lots of items already in your craft stash that you can use! Look for lots of cozy textures, cool patterns, and calm colors.

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hand holding boho christmas ornament

More Boho Christmas Decor Ideas

These boho Christmas ornaments are just the tip of the iceberg on our list of ideas! I created an entire boho Christmas tree this year for a charitable event that I participate in annually, and I had such a great time putting it all together.

I’ll be sharing lots more, but in the meantime you can find some other great boho Christmas decor ideas in the list below! Be sure to pin your favorites so you can come back to them easily.

boho christmas decor

Supplies You’ll Need

You don’t need many supplies to make this boho Christmas decor at all! See below for a linked list.

While you’re choosing your faux botanicals, search for stems with neutral tones that fall in the boho theme.

You can head to your local craft store and look in the faux florals area. Think wheat stalks, faux stems, twigs, natural colored leaves, and more.

A few different shapes and textures of faux botanicals gives the project a nice layered, textured look.

DIY christmas ball ornaments

How to Make Boho Christmas Ornaments

  1. Start by snipping off small sections of your faux floral stems. Be sure to cut them into size that will both fit though the open mouth of the Christmas ornament, and fit snugly once inside the ball. Too large and you won’t be able to fit them in; too small and they won’t look ample enough to fill the ball.
  2. Once all of your stems have been snipped into sections, start filling your ornaments. Pull out the stopper at the top of the ornament and slip the pieces of faux florals inside the ball. Alternatively, if you have ornaments that split in half, simply open them up and lay your faux florals inside.
  3. Close up your ornaments again by either reinserting the stopper at the top, or putting the two halves together again.
  4. Load a small paintbrush with a dollop of Glitter Snow. Dab the snow around the top of the ornament to look like a layer of snow has fallen over the top of the ball.
  5. Allow to dry and use for your boho Christmas decor!
supplies for making boho christmas decor
scissors with faux botanicals
hand holding boho christmas ornament
boho christmas decor

Ways to Display Boho Christmas Decor

These pretty ornaments look great on a tree, but there are lots more ways to display boho Christmas decor!

  • Place your boho ornaments in a bowl lined with faux greenery to decorate a countertop.
  • Nestle the ornaments into a centerpiece or scatter them on a table runner.
  • Fill a hurricane jar with your pretty boho Christmas ornaments.
  • Add your ornaments to a garland or swag and hang it on your mantel.

I hope you love this easy boho Christmas decor! If you try our DIY be sure to rate it below. Have fun! xoxo

boho christmas decor
boho christmas decor
boho christmas decor
DIY christmas ball ornaments

Make Boho Christmas Decor for Your Tree

Yield: Boho Christmas Ornaments
Active Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10

Make these pretty ornaments for a little boho Christmas decor on your tree! Faux botanicals are accented with sparkly, fluffy snow. An easy holiday craft idea to make for yourself or give as gifts.

Materials

  • clear ornament balls
  • faux botanicals
  • True Snow
  • fine iridescent glitter

Tools

  • scissors
  • paintbrush

Instructions

DIY christmas ball ornaments

  1. Start by snipping off small sections of your faux floral stems. Be sure to cut them into size that will both fit though the open mouth of the Christmas ornament, and fit snugly once inside the ball. Too large and you won't be able to fit them in; too small and they won't look ample enough to fill the ball.
  2. Once all of your stems have been snipped into sections, start filling your ornaments. Pull out the stopper at the top of the ornament and slip the pieces of faux florals inside the ball. Alternatively, if you have ornaments that split in half, simply open them up and lay your faux florals inside.
  3. Close up your ornaments again by either reinserting the stopper at the top, or putting the two halves together again.
  4. Load a small paintbrush with a dollop of Glitter Snow. Dab the snow around the top of the ornament to look like a layer of snow has fallen over the top of the ball.
  5. Allow to dry and use for your boho Christmas decor!

Notes

While you're choosing your faux botanicals, search for stems with neutral tones that fall in the boho theme.

You can head to your local craft store and look in the faux florals area. Think wheat stalks, faux stems, twigs, natural colored leaves, and more.

A few different shapes and textures of faux botanicals gives the project a nice layered, textured look.

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