Favorite Christmas Crafts from Over the Years

Would you like to see some of my favorite Christmas crafts that I’ve shared on my blog over the years? Last Saturday I shared some of my favorite vintage Christmas decor and a lot of you liked it. So I thought I’d do the same today with holiday crafts you can make yourself!

DIY Pinecone Christmas Trees for Holiday Decorating

Above are Pine Cone Christmas Trees that are super easy to make. These would be cute in a vignette or even at place settings for a take-home gift.

Below are Frosted Mason Jar Candle Holders that create a special twinkle without a lot of fuss. Trust me – you don’t have to be a talented crafter to make these.

Christmas Crafts - Frosted Mason Jar Candle Holders


I absolutely love this little Christmas village made with construction paper. You’ll find the template you can print out to cut and fold your own houses.

Christmas Village Made with Construction Paper


If you prefer a little bit of glam, you might enjoy making Pink Champagne Ornaments for your tree. I gave these to my daughter Stephanie who loves the color pink.

DIY Pink Champagne Ornaments for the Christmas Tree


Last week I mentioned that I love vintage Santas. If you do too, you’ll enjoy these easy-to-make Vintage Santa Ornaments. You can download the Santa printables that you cut out and glue on wooden circles from the craft store. There’s a total of eight different Santas.

DIY Vintage Santa Ornaments


My Wood Slice Garland was pretty popular when I shared how to make it. Pair it with an evergreen garland or hang it by itself!

DIY Wood Slice Garland


And finally, these adorable (if I do say so myself) Embroidery Hoop Christmas Wreaths. They were recently featured on The Pioneer Woman’s website.

Embroidery Hoop Christmas Wreaths

Next week I’ll share a few more of my favorite Christmas crafts with you. Since we’re spending more time at home, why not do something creative?



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  1. Really sweet ideas. I love a little sparkle so those beautiful pink ornaments melted my heart. I’m guessing that Stephanie will treasure those for a long time. 🙂

  2. Thanks for sharing and , i love using wooden discs to make things and now i have some ideas. When Oklahoma had that ice storm around the last of October i had some big limbs fall and saved some so i could slice it for crafts. Have a great week.

  3. These ideas are so cute. I hope to be able to make a few when I have time. I might have to save until next year.