Christmas is almost here! Are you worried about last minute shopping and prepping your holiday recipes? De-stress with these holiday crafts. Get the family together for a day of fun filled magic. Imagine, decorate, craft, relax and enjoy!
Creative Christmas Crafts
One great thing about the holidays is they bring the family together. Whether you’re eating the treats or crafting with them you can enjoy this delicious gingerbread cookie recipe. Build a home within your home and create a beautiful gingerbread house.
Make the link between relatives stronger with this paper link chain craft. You can use them as decorations for the tree or anywhere really. Make them a permanent part of your home and keep them up all year!
Make Christmas cards even more special by crafting them yourself. This is a great way to add your own personal touch or tap into your creative side. Ornaments can be a huge part of Christmas. I like to use them in as many ways as possible. They are great for repurposing, but they’re also great for re-decorating. Take things to the next level and make your own.
Looking to shake things up a bit? Try making your very own snow globe! Upcycle a jar, a glass, or even an old drinking container. All you need is some glitter and a few small ornaments. Let your creative juices flow, then let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
Speaking of snow…what better way to use it than to build a snowman? Fresh out of fresh snow? No problem, you can make your own play snow! That’s right, make your own snow! Hassle free and mess free. You can always try some of these other snow-free snowman crafts too.
Another super cute decoration craft that is simple and easy for all ages to do is this mini Christmas tree made from yarn and buttons. Use the leftover materials to decorate sweaters and throw and ugly Christmas sweater party! Combine projects with this Washi Tape Tree craft. It’s potentially 3 crafts in one. You can make it into a card, turn it into a wall decoration or use it in place of an actual tree and put presents under it.
What are some of your favorite Christmas crafts? Tell me about them in the comments section below!