Ever since IKEA鈥檚聽Winter Holiday Collection made an appearance, it鈥檚 been a major #strugglefest not to go out and buy every single ornament, wreath and garland. Fortunately, the holidays are here, and what better way to get into the spirit of things than with a few crafts and DIYs brought to you by IKEA? Whether you crave minimalist ornaments, sparkly garlands or small-space trees, IKEA鈥檚 winter wonderland is full of festive essentials that are begging to be bought and promptly hacked. Scroll down for Scandi-chic or full-on disco ball-glam hacks 鈥 these 11 IKEA pieces hold a variety of hacking options for any and every holiday soiree.

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1. DIY Mod Wood Ornaments: The simplicity of these VINTER Wood Ornament ($10, set of three) natural wood baubles is refreshing, but it could also be fun to throw some color blocking into the mix and just dip a few of these ornaments into paint. (via Say Yes)

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2. DIY Wall Tree: Wall trees are where it鈥檚 at this year. Skip the drama of hauling a messy tree up five flights of stairs and DIY a paper tree instead. Use black paper to cut out a tree shape and then stock up on IKEA鈥檚 VINTER Hanging Ornaments ($15, set of five) and a strand of string lights to make the prettiest li鈥檒 tree evah. (via Livet Hemma)

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3. DIY Pom-Pom Garland: No time to make your own pom-poms? No worries, IKEA鈥檚 got ya covered. Pick up a few sets of IKEA鈥檚 VINTER Hanging Decoration聽Ornament ($8, set of three) and follow this DIY to make a fluffy garland for your mantel or workspace. (via Brit + Co)

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4. DIY Tinsel Trees: Bring on the tinsel! When you can pick up IKEA鈥檚 VINTER Gold Garland ($3) at such an affordable price, what鈥檚 to stop you from making an entire forest of these sparkly mini trees?? (via A Bubbly Life)

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5. DIY Ornament Dream Catcher: Steal that unused hula hoop from your kids and let them help you put together this gorg piece of decor. Use IKEA鈥檚 VINTER Ornament Set ($13, set of 32) to make this festive version of a dream catcher. You鈥檙e guaranteed to dream about better things than sugar plum fairies. (via Livet Hemma)

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6. DIY Natural Dyed Napkins: It鈥檚 always fun to see IKEA hack their own products, and in this DIY they show you how to use fruit and tea to dye the GULLMAJ聽Napkin ($6, set of two) the loveliest shades of pink and beige. Load up your dining room table and kitchen with these beautiful cloth napkins, or make a batch for the lovely hostess in your life. (via Livet Hemma)

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7. DIY String Light Garland: It鈥檚 not a party until the pretty fairy lights show up. Jazz up IKEA鈥檚 SMYCKA聽Artificial Garland ($13) by adding string lights for this two-minute DIY that鈥檚 just the thing for hiding ugly green wires. (via Homey Oh My)

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8. DIY Advent Calendar: An advent calendar is a great way to get in the holiday spirit by counting down the days until you can tear open those presents. Use IKEA鈥檚 VINTER Gift Wrap ($6, set of three) to fold up a bunch of little treat bags for this easy advent calendar. Fill each bag with a small treat, seal with a strip of washi tape and attach to the wall with a clothespin. (via Livet Hemma)

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9. DIY Mini Gold Mylar Letters: Letter balloons have been everywhere this year, so it only makes sense to make them mini. Because MINI, duh. Grab a roll of IKEA鈥檚 VINTER Gold Paper ($3) and follow this easy DIY to make tiny gold mylar letters to top your presents and desserts. (via Kara鈥檚 Party Ideas)

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10. DIY Disco Ball Wreath: No longer reserved for New Year鈥檚 Eve or disco-inspired parties, disco balls are making this season *super* sparkly. Use the SMYCKA聽Artificial Wreath ($13) as a base, and then follow this DIY to turn that faux wreath into a glamorously chic piece of decor for your front door or mantel. (via A Beautiful Mess)

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11. DIY Lazy Susan Tree: This awesome DIY will show you how to make your own wood dowel tree, but if you鈥檙e strapped for time, IKEA鈥檚 VINTER Decoration Stand ($25) will totally work. Attach this wood tree to a large lazy Susan and set it up as snack point HQ or as a pretty centerpiece at your hot chocolate station. (via Damask Love)

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