Bunch burlap ribbon around a pool noodle, and secure with hot glue. Add starfish and a bow accent to complete this unique wreath.
Fill a glass ornament with sand straight from the beach. Be sure to incorporate pieces of seaglass and seashells to add depth to the ornament. A blue ribbon makes it perfect for the holiday season.
Stack 12-15 starfish on top of an old paper towel holder. Secure with hot glue, and decorate it with whatever you see fit. Wouldn’t these look incredible on a side table?
Gather pieces of driftwood and use them to construct a beach themed wreath. Don’t forget the starfish! You can paint them to match your decor if you see fit. Finish the project by using a piece of nautical rope to hang your creation!
Throw together some left over ornaments, starfish and a soft lantern to create a romantic centerpiece. This will be highlight of your holiday tablescape!
Transform your unused gardening container (that may or may not be full of weeds..) into a coastal Christmas tree stand. This is a great way to maximize small spaces, and it can make your Christmas tree seem much larger than it really is!
Layer seashells (clam shells look lovely for this project!) on top of a recycled yarn cone. Top it off with a seashell! These will look wonderful on any coffee table.
Use rope, a seashell or two, and a pinecone to make this festive holiday wall hanging. Paint the anchor to best suit your decor needs. You could even add sleighbells for an accent piece.
Sew on shiny buttons to convert an otherwise plain throw pillow. Use your imagination to create your own design that can be used during Christmas, and even all year long.
These ornaments are one of the easiest DIYs featured in the article, and they are capable of adding a finishing touch to virtually any tree. Use any leftover ornament globes that you may have, and cover them in a variety of fabrics. Burlap and linen work best! Leave the edges of the fabric frayed, and use twine string to hang the ornaments.