12 More Easy Christmas Crafts

We can all agree that the holiday season tends to be a busy one, if not the busiest. There are all the gatherings, gift shopping, and so much baking. But it’s also the perfect time to slow down and enjoy an afternoon of Christmas crafting!

Making festive decorations, gifts, and toys by hand is one of those Christmas traditions that’s so much fun to share with family and friends. So, we’ve gathered the best Christmas crafts that are easy enough to do with all of your loved ones (including the little ones!) this year.

Vintage Christmas Ornament Wreath

Bring vintage flair to your holiday decorations with this charming and vibrant wreath. Whether you use cherished vintage ornaments or shiny new baubles, it’ll certainly make a statement!

Get the tutorial at Inspired by Charm.

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Gingerbread House Christmas Wood Ornaments

They’re pretty gift tags! They’re ornaments! They’re both, and that’s why we think this multipurpose craft is an excellent idea. It’s also a great way to use up scraps of wood you might have from other projects.

Get the tutorial at Fynes Designs.

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Felt Mistletoe Branches

Here’s one for you and your honey to make together. Create mistletoe out of felt to display in bud vases or maybe hang over your heads for a Christmas kiss or two!

Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith.

 

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Twig Christmas Tree Ornament

Either buy craft twigs or grab some from your yard and get everyone involved with this easy and fun idea. It’s meant to be an ornament, but it would just as cute hanging on a door if you make it a little bigger!

Get the tutorial at The Turquoise Home.

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Pom-Pom Christmas Light Garland

These adorable Christmas lights will look just as good hanging from your mantel as they would on your tree or wrapped around gifts. Make your own pom-poms in a rainbow of colors or keep it simple with one shade.

Get the tutorial at Persia Lou.

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Candy Cane Marquee

Let your home shine bright under these marquee lights. They’re shockingly easy to put together, plus everyone loves candy cane stripes!

Get the tutorial at Polkadot Chair.

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Vintage Ornament Wall Tree

Speaking of vintage décor, reuse your old-school ornaments and put them toward this pretty ornament Christmas tree! You can use an old wood window screen to hook the ornaments if you want a rustic look, or follow this blogger and use a bulletin board for something a bit more refined.

Get the tutorial at Inspired by Charm.

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Bottle Brush Tree Drink Stirrers

So, you’re serving something delicious to drink at your holiday gathering. Why not add a little extra flourish? These stirrers are super easy to make and can act as cup charms if you use different colors!

Get the tutorial at Inspired by Charm.

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Canvas Banner Christmas

Hang this adorable banner on your front door, entryway, kitchen, or really anywhere! It’s so festive, and the sweet message will keep you feeling positive all season long.

Get the tutorial at Dream a Little Bigger.

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Wine Cork Christmas Tree

You likely don’t need another reason to bust out the bubbly all season long—but just in case, here’s one! This easy craft involves layering wine corks and pom-poms until they resemble a tiny tree.

Get the tutorial at A Magical Mess.

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Mason Jar Lanterns

Add some fresh greenery and twine to Mason jars, and suddenly you’ve got yourself a few holiday-ready lanterns! Your porch will be all lit up for the holiday.

Get the tutorial at Paper and Stitch.

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Holiday Sugar Scrub

It’s important to practice a little extra self-care during the holidays. These DIY sugar scrubs are the perfect way to do just that!

Get the tutorial at A Life Adjacent.

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