Are you looking for some cute Christmas crafts to engage in this upcoming festive season?
Here Are Some Of The Best Ideas:
Paint light bulbs in white and black to form these little penguin miniatures. This is a fun craft idea for the kids.
Paper Roll Napkin Holders
Recycle toilet paper rolls into napkin holders by painting them in Christmas colours – Red and Green. Add glitter to keep with the festive theme.
Use a brown towel and create a reindeer. Add faux antlers and buttons for eyes to make a gift holder.
Popsicle Sticks Snowflakes
Arrange Popsicle sticks in the form of a Christmas snowflake for a perfect wall decoration.
You can fill a mason jar with cotton or sugar to create a snow globe. Add miniature reindeers to give it a more authentic look and feel.
Pine Cone Decoration
Use a pine cone to create a snow man. Make use of coloured paper for the embellishments.
Candy Cane Star
Stick a bunch of candy canes together with to form a circular star or wreath for the mantle.
Whitewash the rods which make up a fence to create snowmen. Use an old muffler and craft paper to embellish the design.
Cut leg warmers into quarter pieces and embellish with Christmas decorations from your collection to create cute cup holders.
Paper Christmas Tree
Use a mixture of cardboard paper and pages from an old book to create a Christmas tree. You can choose to paint it green or leave it as it is.
Give your fridge a Christmas makeover by using large coloured paper cut-outs to embellish it and create a snowman.
Cut cardboard paper into the shape of a normal bookmark and embellish with white buttons to create a snowman motif on it.
You can arrange scrabble letters spelling out ‘Seasons Greetings’ on the holder for the mantelpiece during the Holidays.
Use woollen, white socks to create snowmen. Embellish with ribbon and buttons.
You can coat normal light bulbs in crushed sugar to form ornaments for your tree.
String Light Wreath
Use string lights that emit various colours to create a wreath which can be used to decorate various sections of the house.
Paint Brush Santa
You can use a paintbrush with a red handle to create a cute Santa Claus look-a-like. Embellish with cotton and beads.
Button Christmas Tree
You can use buttons in different shades of green to create this beautiful Christmas tree on a plain white cardboard surface.
String together Christmas ornaments in various colours and textures to create beautiful drapes for your window.
Candy Cane Vase
Roll cardboard and use as a foundation to glue the candy sticks to it in order to create a vase. Tie a ribbon around it for a cute effect.
Wrap a hanger in coloured ribbon and use it to hang greeting cards from a hook at the back of your door.
You can use coloured marble balls to fill up a giant, crystal vase and place on your table as a decorative piece.
Pine Cone Decorative Pieces
Use a bunch of pine cones attached to thick ribbon to form a decorative piece for your window.
Yarn Ball Wreath
You can use balls of yarn in rustic colours to create a large wreath for the entrance of your door.
Milk Jug Reindeer
Use a milk jug and embellish with cut outs from coloured paper to create a beautiful reindeer. Add a small around the neck of the jug.
These unique ornaments are made from leftover fabric stuffed with cotton and sewed.
You can now take your pictures and create memory globes with them. Just pick a few good photographs and place them in a mason jar surrounded by lights.
Use a spare hanging shoe rack to create a beautiful advent calendar. You can collect certain odds and ends to embellish the look.
Tin Can Ornaments
You can transform plain tin cans in ornaments by wrapping them in coloured paper and placing marbles in them to create a centrepiece.
You can create a pretty paper bulb installation by using Styrofoam cups which are placed together. Wrap with magazine pages to really make it stand out.
Use red bells to embellish hair clips for the upcoming party season. They are cute and can be paired with anything.
String together real candy with coloured yarn to create Christmas ornaments that is cool and crafty.
You can always make use of old fashioned clothespins to create the angel for the top of your tree. Embellish with lace, ribbons and glitter.
Stockings can be made by using old leftover fabric and some touch up paints. It can be sewn in a matter of 15 minutes.
Create your own personal gift tags by framing old photographs and posting it to the gift bag. Use a brown grocery bag for a vintage look.
Use fabric scraps cut into a Christmas tree shape to create a personalized card for the holidays.
Use pieces of thin wood to create Christmas ornaments and snowflakes by shaping them with a file.
You can always pick up a cheap porcelain house and ask your kids to embellish it with feathers and ribbons.
You can use different coloured ribbons (the thick variety) to create miniature trees. They would need to be folded and stapled for the craft.
You can now make cute notebooks from leftover paint chips which can be used as stuffing for stockings.
Use an old Christmas star lying around and paste photos on it to create a family album which can then be hung on the tree.
Gumdrop Snowflakes 42
Use coloured gumdrops skewered by a toothpick to create snowflakes that are edible.
Use white cardboard paper to create beautiful corsages by shaping them into hollies and embellishing it with ribbons.
Candy Cane Mice
Use coloured felt paper to create small mice which have an opening to store candy canes.
Sock Advent Calendar
Use colourful baby socks to create an advent calendar hanging from a piece of ribbon. Add numbers on them to complete the look.
Hang old miniature toys like teddy bears, wooden ducks and toy soldiers as ornaments for the Christmas tree.
Use waxed floss to string together cranberries to create a garland. Make a knot at one end of the garland and thread a needle onto the other before placing the berries through them.
Create mitten clips from coloured felt paper and embellish with ribbons and glitter. Attach them to gift cards for a cute look.
Use inexpensive aluminium cookie cutters and decorate with patterned paper cut according to the shape of the cutter and then stuck with glue.
Holly Napkin Holders
Trace the shape of the holly on felt paper and cut out the shape. Attach to a thread and add a jingle bell for decoration.
Old holiday cards can be recycles to form monograms for gifts under the tree. Stencil the recipient’s initials on to the card and then cut out.
Organize your holiday cards in the form of a garland, suspended by clothespins decorated with scraps of gift wrappings.
You can create stars from folded paper quite easily. You can use them to adorn your tree or decorate your presents.
Cut unpeeled oranges into circular shapes and bake it to make it stiff. Hang with double twine.
Twist tinsel wire into stars and twist one end of it to form a decorative piece for your Christmas gifts.
You can make festive envelopes for greeting cards with recycled magazine pages or leftover wrapping paper.
Pipe Cleaner Ornaments
You can twist pipe cleaners to form fun and festive ornaments for the tree at home
Cut snowflake shapes with paper and then stick them to your window pane with poster putty or attach them together to form a wreath.
Peppermint ornaments in red and white stripes when joined together forms edible ornament decorations.
Dip pinecones in paint and then use them to create a number of beautiful decorations.