Last year, I did my first Christmas craft post which was a rather big success that I decided to do one for this year. Mostly because I have a lot of craft pictures saved from Pinterest that I could only put on the post which can only have so many slots. After all, Christmas is perhaps the biggest holiday of the year with people decorating their house to reflect the yuletide cheer. Thus, this leads to plenty of Christmas craft projects to choose from. And I mean plenty ranging from Christmas wreaths, Christmas garlands, Christmas tree ornaments, well, you get the idea. Nevertheless, as the Christmas season kicks off, you’ll start seeing people putting up their decorations. Some will buy them from the store or have already. Some will make their own which might take them quite some time. And some may put out the decorations they made from the previous years. I mean craft projects can last a long time. But unlike on Halloween, they must have their cobwebs dusted off first. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another installment of great Christmas craft projects to provide you inspiration for this holiday season.
- Oh, crap, Frosty the Snowman is now turned to slush.
Don’t worry, this is just a Christmas melted snowman decoration. It’s made from cotton and styrofoam. So don’t cry all about it.
2. A white yarn Christmas wreath must always have red and green flowers.
Well, this is a nice simple Christmas design. Love the flowers. So pretty.
3. A winter tulle wreath must always have some patches of shiny blue.
This one has a blue bird and blue flower like it’s almost a snow scene. I think it’s quite lovely to put on one’s front door.
4. You can make a hanging Christmas tree with only 3 wreaths.
Well, this one has 3 wreaths with baubles and decorations galore. Not sure if it’s practical for my house. But I like it.
5. You could always cuddle with two of these Santa’s little helpers.
Of course, these crocheted elves are much more adorable and much less creepy than the Elf on the Shelf. And you don’t have to worry about them being naughty.
6. You’ll never know what kind of snowflakes you could make with candy canes.
Okay, there’s a snowflake in the center. But still, this looks quite sensational to hang in front of your door.
7. For reds and whites, this candy cane wreath is as sweet as it could be.
It’s made from decomesh with candy canes in front. Contains red and white ribbon with red baubles.
8. Make a jolly entrance with this tulle Santa Claus wreath.
Well, at least the tulle makes up for the beard. Seems like a very simple decoration when you look at it.
9. Curl up this Christmas with your very own crocheted snowflake blanket.
This one mainly uses white, gray, and black for contrast. Yet, this is quite lovely.
10. It’s always delightful when you have snowman kettle in the home.
Yet, note that this is only used for decoration. But I do love that rosy face.
11. Evergreen branches and holly go very well on a wooden frame.
Help if it has some snow and some red birds on it. Think of it as a Christmas nature scene.
12. Put some hooks on a fence to hang your stockings.
Helps if all these look the same as well. Yes, they’re in ugly sweater pattern. But I’ll take it.
13. For a wintry spirit, a Christmas wreath in pink and white should do the trick.
Helps that it has pink poinsettias and a dove on it. Sure it’s girly but there’s a graceful look about it.
14. How about use a wooden panel to paint your own Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer?
Well, you just have a white silhouette of Rudolph. But you do have a red nose and pine wreath on his neck.
15. It’s not a festive Christmas without an evergreen tree skirt with peacock feathers.
Yes, it’s quite fancy and unconventional. But this skirt isn’t meant to be worn. I’ve seen a few of these, too.
16. A candy cane yarn wreath must always have red and white stripes.
Doesn’t hurt that hit has red and white berries either. Love the snowflake on this.
17. Looks like a bird laid eggs in this snowman wreath.
Of course, most birds don’t lay eggs this time of year. But this will melt your heart nevertheless.
18. These snowman flower pot candle holders will light up your Christmas time.
Yet, note that they could actually melt snowmen. Still, these are adorable.
19. You could make one big snowflake with a set of popsicle sticks.
Well, it’s much more doable than some of the other crafts here so far. Still, it’s so simple and easy to hang.
20. A twig Christmas snowflake brings a rather rustic touch.
Sure it’s a strange spin if you get my drift. But it’s so unique that I couldn’t ignore this any longer.
21. You can always make a great Christmas wreath with holly berries and tree branches.
Now this is the kind of holly wreath to put on one’s front door. Love the plaid ribbon.
22. You never know what presents are on this urn.
Actually they’re just boxes with nothing in them since they’re only used for show. But I love how they have different patterns.
23. A Christmas wreath should be as pearly white as the snow.
Of course, you can’t bet on a white Christmas where I live. But I wouldn’t mind owning a wreath like this.
24. You can’t celebrate Christmas without a wreath of poinsettias.
Sure they’re Mexican flowers that just won’t die. But they really add a lovely Christmas touch.
25. This amigurumi Rudolph will always keep your spirits bright.
Like how he has the little red and green scarf around his neck. Yes, this is adorable as can be.
26. A jeweled Christmas tree must always have a silver frame.
I put one of these on my Christmas craft post from last year. Yet, I think this one has a certain radiance as well. Lovely.
27. Nothing can make you resist this little angel and fawn.
Tis the season for cute angels as always. But I’m sure this is bound to melt frozen hearts. Cute.
28. This little Christmas tree is an avian haven.
Actually the birds on this tree are fake and in different colors. But a bird fan will love it.
29. Pink and purple flowers are resplendent on this ornament.
These flowers are quite lovely on this off white Christmas ornament, Love the ribbons, too.
30. With a stiff doily, green paint, and a ribbon, you can make a fancy Christmas wreath.
Judging by the size, this will most likely be a Christmas tree ornament. But a stunning one it will be.
31. Have your Christmas guests set a drink on these crocheted ornament coasters.
You can also call them pot holders, too. Or ornaments as you see fit. And they all come in so many different colors.
32. A jeweled tree must always have an array of decorations.
Well, this one is quite stunning. Never underestimate what you can do with recycled jewelry pieces. Beautiful.
33. Deck your mantle this Christmas with these ribbon trees.
Both are mostly green with some red ribbon for trimmings. They also have shiny balls on top.
34. A snowflake wreath always captures the winter magic.
This is another easy wreath. Just need a hoop, white yarn, and craft snowflakes. Lovely.
35. These felt gingerbread men will always delight at your front door.
Each one has a bow tie and buttons to your joy. Love how one has some pine branches. Cute.
36. Dress your little girl for Christmas with one of these pairs of crocheted shoes.
Come in red and white. Red pair has white ribbons. White pair has holly leaves and a bow.
37. For a rustic Christmas tree, grace it with a pine cone angel.
This looks like something a child may do in school. So I’m sure you’ll have no trouble to make it.
38. Don’t like Christmas wreaths? How about a Christmas basket?
This one even has a birdhouse in it along with skates and a red ribbon. Still, you can’t go wrong with this. Love it.
39. A white Christmas wreath like this should bring you into a winter wonderland.
This one is quite fancy compared to the snow wreaths I posted so far. But I couldn’t do a second craft post without it.
40. You can’t be frosty without this snowman amigurumi around.
And yes, this little cold thing will warm your heart. I guarantee it. So cute.
41. Sometimes a white beaded snowflake can have a rather simple design.
In last year’s craft post I had one with more pearls on it. This one has a fewer but no less elegant.
42. A gingerbread garland always brings a touch on any tree.
I think this comes from salt gingerbread dough which you can’t eat anyway. But love how they have the gingerbread man, star, and tree pattern.
43. A candy cane hanging must always have some holly berries and pine branches.
I used a similar deco mesh candy cane for last year’s Christmas craft post. But I like this one much better for some reason.
44. Grace your front door this Christmas with this evergreen star.
Sure it’s not a conventional Christmas decoration. But you have love the flowers in the center.
45. This Christmas snow lady will make your heart melt.
It’s made from plush and felt. And her dress has some pom pom decorations. But she’ll make you thaw.
46. This Christmas box scene will brighten your holiday season.
This seems to resemble a retro Christmas scene. Like how it lights up.
47. These plush tree ornaments come with bows of holly.
Consists of a Christmas tree, birds, stocking, heart, and mitten. At any rate, they’re great additions to your tree.
48. These winter trees are always a haven for doves.
Love how they light up like trees in the snow. Still, this is a great decoration for those with too much time on their hands. Love it.
49. A white Christmas dress should always come with angel wings.
Like the peacock skirt, this Christmas dress isn’t to wear. Rather it’s for decoration. But I love how it lights up a room.
50. This penguin Christmas tree will waddle your way into your heart.
Sure penguins don’t live in the North Pole. But they’re polar creatures and are so cute. So they’re included in Christmas motifs.
51. You can always add a pair of ice skates with any Christmas hanging.
This one features a pair of ice skates in a frame with branches and a plaid bow. Has quite a rustic touch.
52. It’s always “Noel” with this Christmas hanging.
Seems like something you’d see at a baby nursery or elementary school. At any rate, it’s simply adorable.
53. Your tree can smell sweet with these cinnamon stick Christmas trees.
Each one has some tree limbs with button ornaments. I’m sure they’re hard to resist.
54. Sometimes a long evergreen garland is needed for a large frame.
And white ice skates give it a key Christmas touch. Not sure if I’d want it in my house, but I’ll take it for my post.
55. How about a Santa hat bouquet at your door?
Flowers inside a Santa hat? Sure they’re not poinsettias but they’ll do quite nicely here.
56. A white tulle wreath could always use some bejeweled trimming as a Christmas decoration.
Now that looks quite fancy and perfect for a front door on Christmas. Love the flower piece, too.
57. You can always cuddle with this crocheted gingerbread man.
This one even has pink trimming and buttons. Though you can’t eat it, it’s so cute.
58. Ever saw an evergreen snowflake before?
This one has branches with pine cones and bare twigs. Has an naturalistic air to it that’s perfect for a winter cabin.
59. Nothing makes Christmas more magical than a bejeweled wreath like this.
Like some Christmas decorations on this and last year’s yuletide craft post, this was made with upcycled jewelry. And yes, it certainly looks like a charm.
60. A white yarn wreath should always have red flowers and holly berries.
Well, this is a rather simple wreath. Like how it’s Christmasy without being over the top. Lovely.
61. A lovely Christmas tree always has to be strung with pearls.
Also helps if it has so many buttons and jewels to decorate it. Surely looks festive. Lovely.
62. Nothing is flashier this yuletide season than a bauble frame.
Well, this bauble frame anyway. This is especially the case when it’s trimmed with tinsel.
63. You can make your own Santa Claus ornament with a wooden light bulb.
Just add a hat, holly, and beard and you’re all set. Looks amazing, doesn’t it?
64. On a wreath like this, you find a vibrant Christmas village.
I put a similar wreath like this one on last year’s Christmas craft post. But this one has less snow and more snowmen.
65. There’s nothing so stunning this Christmas than an evergreen tree dress.
Seems like it came from a Christmas tree carved as a dress. But it’s a great sight to behold.
66. For more retro decorations, these jeweled trees are just the ticket.
Well, these sure do have a vintage feel to them since they’re in pastel colors. Yet, I can’t help but love them.
67. Spice up your Christmas party look with a pair of Christmas tree earrings.
These are made from beads and wire. The smaller ones wrap around the large green ones as Christmas decorations.
68. Count down to Christmas with this Christmas tree advent calendar.
Behind each felt door on this Christmas tree is a little surprise. What it is, I can’t say.
69. On this panel you will find the nativity and the Star of Bethlehem.
I was wondering when I’d get down to the nativity decorations. Still, both certainly seem like they’re from a midnight clear.
70. Bring your neighbors in awe of you this Christmas with this black yuletide pot.
Contains the baubles and branches for all you desire. And will surely stand out. Love the bow.
71. A glass Christmas candle will surely brighten the room.
Don’t worry, the flame is fake and it’s powered by electricity. Still, it’s quite radiant to say the least.
72. These snowflake pot holders will keep your Christmas kitchen merry.
Come in 4 different colors as seen here. And each snowflake on them is unique. Well, sort of.
73. This snowflake wreath will surely bring you winter cheer.
I seem to have a lot of snowflake stuff on this blog for some reason. Maybe I’m just in a winter mood.
74. Guess you’d like to have this snowman wreath on any frosty day.
Well, it comes with 3 circles along with a scarf and hat. Pretty simple decoration to make by the looks of it.
75. Be in the festive Christmas spirit with this peacock feather wreath.
Sure it’s a bit nontraditional as a Christmas decoration. But let’s just say, it does bring out a lovely color.
76. There’s nothing softer this Christmas than this snowman pillow.
It even has a Santa hat and a Christmas ribbon at the neck. Can’t help but include this one.
77. This glass snowflake light will give you a warm winter glow.
Has a nice snowflake design on the front. Love the ribbon on this. Lovely.
78. This Christmas keep your cookies safe in this Santa cookie jar.
Not sure if it will keep most of the cookies away from Santa. Yet, I like how it was made with a flower pot.
79. This Christmas lampshade is perfect for any yuletide lamp.
This one has a stunning winter scene with a red background. Love the fringes.
80. Grace your couch this Christmas season with a pillow with a shiny red bow.
Because during the Christmas season, shiny red bows are totally a thing. Believe me, I know.
81. This baby Jesus manger shows us the reason for the season.
Well, to me as a Catholic, anyway. But to each his own. Still, this twig manger is so adorable.
82. This coffee can hat makes a wonderful Christmas tree topper.
I showed a different one last year with a bird on it. Also has a nice red ribbon, too.
83. This peacock wreath will make a fine Christmas addition on your front door.
This even includes a light blue poinsettia flower for a wintry touch. Love it.
84. You can’t have Christmas without a wreath containing a shiny metal reindeer.
Now this one is quite stunning. Love the shiny deer and the silver wreath decor.
85. Keep your kitchen jolly with this crocheted wreath pot holder.
Kind of reluctant to use a pot with this one. But it’s certainly a unique work of art.
86. These Christmas woodland creatures will inspire you with good cheer.
Sure they’re all in green and red winter gear. But come on, you have to have a frozen heart not to think these adorable.
87. You’ve never seen a more glamorous tree than this one encrusted with jewels.
Yes, Christmas should be a time with things shining and sparkling. Still, this jeweled Christmas tree is a very resplendent piece.
88. Nobody could resist having these clothespin girls on their Christmas tree.
These girls come with different hairstyles and dresses. Yet, all are lovely in their own way.
89. Got old Christmas light bulbs? Cover them with glitter.
You can even make ornaments out of them if you want. Or you can put them in a bowl.
90. An angel like this is best to top a simple Christmas tree.
Surely she’s a demure beauty of heaven above. Yet, she wears a plain dress and doesn’t illuminate.
91. This green Christmas dress will surely light up the home.
Even has a necklace at the neck. No, you can’t wear it. But feel free to look as much as you like.
92. This candy cane wreath is a sweet Christmas treat.
Well, it’s surely a very candy cane colored wreath. Love the lollipops and mints. Stunning.
93. This jeweled Christmas tree is one with a lot of gold and a lot of color.
You never know what you can make with recycled jewelry. Love the gold and purple decor.
94. On this Silent Night, this wooden nativity scene will surely suit your fancy.
This one has a stable as well as the peg figures in clothes. Love the gold turbans on the wise men.
95. Hang this resplendent peacock Christmas wreath in its vibrant glory.
This one is so stunning with the blue and gold bow. The feathers are so beautiful. Love it.
96. Ladies and gents, I present to you Frosty the Snowman in aluminum.
Yeah, I know I have a a lot of snowmen on this post. Yet, I couldn’t pass by this can snowman again.
97. A purple Christmas ornament like this deserves its own cameo.
Oh, wait, it does have a cameo. Love the ribbons, roses, and lace.
98. This Christmas angel crystal ornament is the most divine.
Includes a pearl head and golden wings. Love the rose in the middle. Adorable.
99. This Christmas tree pillow will be sensational on your rocking chair.
Well, the tree doesn’t look like much. But you have to love the star, ornaments, and candy canes on it.
100. A red and green Christmas dress should always covered in flowers.
This one is decked with roses, poinsettias, and lights. Such a great Christmas dress it is.
Very lovely decorations!