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