Easy DIY Christmas kitchen cabinet decorations in 30 minutes! 2 beautiful modern & farmhouse decorating ideas with paper & free materials!
Looking for a fast and effective way to decorate your kitchen for the holidays? Think Christmas kitchen cabinet decorations! We are going to share with you how easy it is to make your kitchen cabinets look festive using simple materials like paper or cardboard, with two different looks!
Some added bonuses are, you won’t be taking up any counter space for all the Christmas cooking, and you won’t need to store these decorations after Christmas!
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These Christmas kitchen cabinet decorations can be recycled and composted, so you can get excited about new Christmas crafts and decor ideas to try next year! Here are some of our favorite 30+ Christmas kitchen decorating ideas you can check out!
Check out the video tutorial here or skip to written tutorial below.
Idea 1: make Christmas kitchen cabinet decorations with paper
This variation is super easy: we are making our kitchen cabinets looking like Christmas gifts wrapped with ribbons!
I will have the free printable pattern and paper bow tutorial on the blog soon. You can also use gift wrap paper for this.
Print the Christmas patterns and cut into 1.5” wide strips. Measure your cabinet doors, and glue the paper ribbon into one piece that is 3” plus the height of the cabinet door, another at 3” plus the width of the cabinet door.
Use painters tape to tape the ends of a paper ribbon to the back of kitchen cabinet door so it’s vertically in the middle.
Next tape the horizontal paper ribbon , but it does not have to be centered in the middle of the door. Ours is a little lower, because we liked the look better.
To finish our Christmas kitchen cabinet decorations, we used a paper bow made from the same pattern paper, tutorial coming soon! You can use ready-made gift bows too.
Isn’t this so easy and pretty?
Idea 2: DIY Christmas kitchen decorations with cabinet wreaths
First we made these DIY snow flocked Christmas cabinet wreaths (tutorial here) from cardboard and fresh conifer clippings.
Next tape a piece of paper looped at the top so we can glue the paper ribbon bow to the loop.
Use the same method mentioned earlier to attach a piece of paper ribbon to the cabinet door at the top, check and make sure it’s vertically centered.
We used double sided mounting tape to attach the wreath to the cabinet door. That’s it!
Are you decorating your kitchen this Christmas? Which version here do you like better?
You may also love: Our Easy 10 minute Christmas door decorations in 2 ways!
Have a wonderful holiday season! See you soon!