For me, the holiday season officially started at the end of October this year when I played through my Christmas playlists for the first time. I’ve had Christmas on the brain since then, especially crafts, even if I haven’t exactly had ample crafting time.
That hasn’t stopped me from stealing a few minutes here and there to browse for inspiration. I meant to pick one favorite. But. You know what? I can’t pick one, so I’ll just share a bunch of my recent favorite Christmas crafts.
Hope you enjoy as much as I did!
The twist ties take just floral wire, green felt, red felt balls, glue and wire cutters. The perfect topper for a handmade gift and very, very pretty.
The adorable Sesame Street Martian stockings were apparently crocheted, with a pattern found on Pinterest.
Menucha at Moms and Crafters crafted with felt as well, but she glued shapes on the outside of tea light holders for a mosaic look:
Here is an absolutely GORGEOUS arrangement of cascading bauble ornaments by Tanya at Dans le Lakehouse! And hanging sounds easy, too: tension rod and thread.
Claire Armstrong at Pillar Box Blue made mini wreaths made from acorn caps and felt balls.
The tutorial is by Liz Stanley assisted by Stephanie Gardner; crafting and sewing is by Gaby Viglas.
Last but definitely not the least, Kara Whitten at Kailo Chic used paper mache cones to make ombre tiered trees with a gold accent:
Acrylic crafts paints in different colors and a gold pen are all you need. So, so beautiful!
Do you have a favorite holiday project, new or old? Do share!
Note: I wasn’t paid or perked to mention this; just passing along a good thing.