DIY fans have shared their amazing
From all over the UK, creative spirits have put together unforgettable decorations and ornaments to cheer up their families and neighbours while the country prepares to spend a Christmas like no other.
A DIY-whizz wowed with a picture of suspended baubles making it look like they had built an invisible tree and in Manchester, a doting dad created a red sleigh made out of wood from scratch to decorate the house for his son.
Another creative genius built a Grinch-inspired tree on a budget which she said cost only £35 to make with accessories from B&M and Asda.
People have shared their amazing DIY creations. One Londoner shared this picture explaining it was not her picture, but that many people were inspired to recreate at home
Let it go! A man revealed how he achieved his festive Olaf sculpture by using a dozen of cans of filler foam and two core cables
A resourceful mother used only wood and colourful ornaments for a rustic and minimalist tree feel this year
A DIY-enthusiast used buckets to create the core body of his life-sized Nutcracker. He explained he would be using fur to add some facial hair to the sculpture
A treat to behold! One clever mother enrolled her kids’ help to create a festive outdoor display in front of her house, complete with giant Quality Street sweets
It’s easy being green! A bargain lover said it only cost her £35 to create this Grinch Christmas tree with items from B&M and Asda
A DIY-whizz used £3 worth of pipe lagging and cardboard to create this lovely lollipop display for her Christmas outdoor decorations
Jingle all the way! A dad for Manchester enrolled the help of his son to create this dashing sleigh and a reindeer made of wood
In Liverpool, a clever mother created this festive looking snowman with a white and red scarf and stylish hat
A doting mum created a playhouse out of cardboard for her children, explaining their year had been a bit ‘rubbish’
A DIY-wiz said it took her hours to finish her festive door wreath and garlands, but said it was worth it, explaining she only used items from B&M and the Range