If you’re looking for a cheap, easy, DIY way to spruce up your kitchen for Christmas, look no further than your refrigerator door! There are so many ways to decorate the blank, empty door of your fridge, and the list below contains some of our favorites. Happy decorating!
Pro tip: Be prepared to use lots of construction paper!
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This one’s a classic! All you’ll need are scissors, tape, construction paper, and Christmas carols to keep you motivated. While it’s up to you how much time you’d like to spend on this project, it’s undeniable that the best decorations are the more detailed ones. Good luck!
Tip: Don’t forget to double up on the snowman décor by dressing up your mini fridge too!
This project incredibly simple and a good way to dress up your fridge without too much effort. The only materials you’ll need are ribbons, scissors, and tape.
If you believe less is more, then this décor idea is for you! The materials required for this craft are googly eyes, tape, scissors, and felt/construction paper (your choice). Once you’ve cut out your shapes, place everything on the fridge and leave the rest to your imagination!
This is one of the cutest ideas ever. All you’ll need are construction paper and tape! Don’t hesitate to get fancy with Mr. Penguin’s tie!
Don’t like this particular design? Check out these fun penguin décor ideas too:
Fireplace and Stockings
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While the above picture is admittedly not a fridge door, the idea is the same. By decorating your refrigerator door to look like a fireplace, you’ll feel the glow of a warm hearth instead of a chilly fridge all winter long!
For this project, the only materials you’ll need are scissors, a pencil, construction paper, and paint. Just be aware: While this décor idea looks amazing and is bound to garner lots of compliments, it can be time-consuming to create.
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Okay, so this one’s not a fridge door either. But there’s no reason why this cute décor idea can’t be used on a refrigerator! While this project will also take some serious dedication, you’ll definitely be rewarded by many “Oohs” and “Aahs” once you’re done!
For this craft, you’ll need cotton balls, construction paper/felt, tape, scissors, and a pencil. Use the above picture as a guide: Tape on Santa’s red body first, then his beard, face, hat, and belt (in that order). Good luck!
Again, the above picture isn’t a fridge door, but nevertheless the idea still works. However, as stunning as this looks, it can take a lot of time and effort to create. If you have the time and resources to take on this project, know that you’re in for a real treat once you’re done!
The materials required for this design are simple: scissors, pencils, tape, and construction paper, construction paper, construction paper. Use the picture for guidance on how to craft a beautiful nutcracker door that’s perfect for the holidays!
Deck Out Your Fridge Handles!
This particular project is not only easy, but it makes use of leftover wrapping paper so it doesn’t go to waste! The only materials you’ll need are wrapping paper, tape, and a ribbon (optional). Carefully wrap the wrapping paper around your fridge’s handles, tape the back, and then you’re done! Add a ribbon for extra flair.