Today is round two of featuring Christmas inspiration from my fellow bloggers. On Tuesday I showcased trees and decor. Today is all about Christmas crafts and recipes!
When I saw these adorable Christmas pixies made by my friend Kerryanne at Shabby Art Boutique I was totally smitten! She shares the pattern and instruction for making your own whimsical pixies.
I also fell in love with the set of soft vintage Christmas printables that Serving Up Southern is offering. It’s not too late to print and display these in your home.
Patti at Hearth and Vine shares her adorable Christmas treat bags. It’d be fun to fill these with potpourri or small candies and attach them to gifts.
Speaking of potpourri, here’s a simmering pot of good smells concocted by at Serving Up Southern.
If you’re looking for a simple yet pretty festive craft, try your hand with glittered faux fruit by Designing Wilder.
One of my own favorite Christmas crafts is this little paper village I made a couple years ago. I include a pattern that you can download to make your own Christmas village.
Julie at My Wee Abode shares pretty watercolor Christmas printables on her blog. You could use these in so many ways.
Got any old rulers laying around? Repurpose them into ruler Christmas trees! Instructions are over at Home Road.
And here’s another sweet little ornament from Maureen at Red Cottage Chronicles.
Did you see the new Grinch movie? If you’re a fan, you might like this unique Grinch inspired stocking holder from Michelle James Designs. She shares how to make your own!
Lovers of chalkboard art will enjoy this pretty NOEL sign from What Meegan Makes!
Looking for unique napkin rings? Debra shares how to make Santa napkin rings on her blog at Shoppe No. 5.
The final project on this list of Christmas crafts is this adorable string art from Girl, Just DIY. Except Toni didn’t use string to create her artwork – she used wire! I think it would be so much fun to decorate this tree with little charms.
Bring on the recipes! There are just a few, but I think you’ll find them appealing. First. I want to share my eggnog recipe that I’m making for a dessert option after Christmas dinner.
There’s also my wonderful Wintermint Ombre Cake that’s worth your time and energy!
And my Christmas trifle! This dessert is super easy to make.
I love serving my individual chocolate souffle with creme anglaise. Contrary to popular opinion, souffle really isn’t hard to make and it makes such a great impression.
When you just need a small bite of Christmas dessert, how about these cute Santa hat brownie bites by My Home and Travels?
I hope you’ve found some last minute Christmas crafts and recipes from this list.