Last Saturday I shared some of my favorite Christmas crafts from over the years, and today I’m back for the second installment. Truth be told, I don’t have much time for crafting these days but I enjoy looking back on some of my holiday projects.
One of my favorite projects was my Pine Cone Christmas Garland. It was so inexpensive because all the pine cones came from the woods.
Glittery paper mache Christmas Star Ornaments are so easy to make – and relatively inexpensive. You can find the undecorated stars (and other shapes) at craft stores.
Another fun ornament is Origami Glitter Stars. Can you tell I like Christmas crafts that involve glitter?
If you like ornaments that are a little more rustic, try these Wooden Christmas ornaments in two patterns. The free printables are included in the post. Use them for the tree or as napkin rings.
I had so much fun making these Hanging Snow Globes. Kids will love making them, too. You can change them up every year.
Here’s another paper mache project – Christmas Gift Boxes. They’re fun to make and you can use them to hold small gifts. I made a variety of styles.
Last one for today is a Color-Washed Book Page Wreath that uses watercolor paints. I actually made this in the spring but it’s perfect for Christmas, too.
Next week is the blogger holiday home tour that Jennifer Rizzo organizes. My tour is on Friday but you can see holiday homes every day of the week, starting Monday. Just go to Jen’s blog on Monday to see the starting line-up. You don’t want to miss it!
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