Of course, we can’t celebrate Christmas without some decorations. Though stores had them inside in October, once Halloween’s come and gone, you’ll find more of them than you’d see for Thanksgiving. At least in the US. Since other countries don’t necessarily celebrate Thanksgiving. Anyway, while some might prefer shopping for Christmas decorations, others might want to make their own. But unlike the treats which will go bad if you don’t eat them within a short period of time, you can stash these craft projects in your attic once the yuletide season’s done and take them out again and again in subsequent years. So for your reading pleasure this holiday season, I give you another assortment of delightful Christmas craft projects. Enjoy.
- Hope you’ll be cool enough for this ice skate bouquet.
Has evergreen branches and white flowers inside. Makes a great centerpiece.
2. For a more retro-looking Christmas, this is the wreath for you.
It’s a bauble wreath with of shiny ornaments of great variety. And all in bright colors.
3. Perhaps you’d want some stuff ornaments.
These are made of felt and consists of Christmas trees and stockings. The stockings have hearts while the trees sport some colorful ornaments.
4. Protect your hands with this Santa pot holder.
It’s crocheted, too, by the way. Even has a pom pom for his hat.
5. Bet you’ve never seen twisty ornaments like these.
They’re supposed to resemble vintage ones. Consists of beads, string, ribbons, and whatever that cylinder thing is.
6. You might want to consult this snowman on giving you the time of day.
Though I’m not sure if the clock actually works. But I like the jewel on his hat.
7. You can hold anything in these reindeer flower pots.
Each is painted with reindeer attributes. Though their antlers are made from cardboard and sport jingles.
8. Greet holiday visitors with these wooden reindeer.
Each have twig antlers and a large jingle around their neck. Come in male and female.
9. Don’t like wreaths? Try a wooden snowflake.
You can hang it outside or indoors. Makes a perfect cabin decoration.
10. Grace your holiday home with some crocheted Christmas trees.
Can come in a variety of colors and patterns with ribbons on top. Some even have beads.
11. Got dead bulbs? Put them in glitter.
Some of these have snowflakes on them. Perfect for any winter wonderland. So pretty.
12. Perhaps you might want to wrap string around some Christmas trees.
Actually these are from a special kind of string. Still, love the intricate Christmas star toppers.
13. There’s something minty about this wreath.
Well, these are red and white mints, not candy canes. Also topped with a light green bow.
14. Impress your guests with these tiny trees at Christmas dinner.
It’s made out of small tree slice and a tree twig. Star has guest’s name.
15. These are rather strange gingerbread houses.
Since they’re made out of painted flower pots. Love the candy and colors on them.
16. With white yarn, you can build a snowman.
Just make sure to give him a wire hat and arms. Also, string to help him retain shape.
17. Stun your holiday guests with this candy cane button tree.
Sure it might not smell of peppermint. But you have to love the bow on top. So pretty.
18. Enhance your tree with these plaid ornaments.
These are in a black and red pattern. Also contain snowflakes for a wintry effect.
19. A shiny button tree will make your spirits bright.
Has shiny beads on it, too. Love the beautiful pink star on top.
20. Green hair is always in with the Christmas season.
It’s one of those doll ornaments. She also carries a large bauble that could easily be her purse.
21. This amigurumi snow family will melt your heart.
Consists of a mom, dad, and a baby. However, unlike real snowmen, you can keep them inside.
22. A rustic Christmas tree can always use a burlap snowflake.
Even has some wooden red beads in the middle. Held up by a thin red ribbon.
23. You’ll be hooting for this owl ornament.
It’s made out of a pinecone. Love it’s fluffy eyes. So adorable.
24. You can’t do without a bauble that has flowers and jewels.
I guess the flowers were painted on. While the jewels were added later.
25. A pink ornament can always use some pearls and roses.
Also includes lace and a pink ribbon. It’s supposed to look a bit old-fashioned. So pretty.
26. A glittery reindeer can use a few touches.
This reindeer wears a light blue bow with a flower and pearls. And she’s looking fabulous.
27. Maybe you’d like a little yarn Santa.
Though this one wears a rather brownish hat. Still, so cute.
28. You’ll adore this jingling angel.
This one’s made out of folded cloth and jingles. Perfect as a Christmas ornament.
29. A crocheted gingerbread belongs on any Christmas tree.
This one has a smiling face. And it poses no risks of being in an oven.
30. Dress for your Christmas party with these dainty Christmas tree earrings.
These are made out of beads. But will certainly go with that ugly sweater of yours.
31. Deck the halls with this burlap garland.
Yes, red and green burlap does exist. Just go to a local craft store. Also, lights up.
32. A bauble tree like this is perfect for any winter wonderland.
This one has silver and blue baubles with silver beads. Perfect for any holiday mantle.
33. Everyone will love these stuffed heart ornaments.
Yes, they’re made out of felt. But each one has a unique stich pattern.
34. Get a load of these stockings.
Each of these is red and white. One has jingles on its edge. The others have pearls.
35. A large bauble garland is perfect for any fireplace.
You’d almost think this house is in Whoville. Festive but kind of excessive, don’t you think?
36. Little elves would love these Christmas finger puppets.
Little elves would love these Christmas finger puppets.
37. If you need a simple decoration, just add pinecones and baubles.
You put them in flower pots with evergreen branches. Perfect to put outside your winter cabin.
38. You’d want to hug this crocheted Rudolph.
This is from the old 1960s Rankin and Bass cartoon they play every year during the Christmas season. Nonetheless, it basically celebrates that being different is bad unless you can prove yourself useful.
39. Ring in the holidays with these trees.
They’re felt tree ornaments with jingles on them. Perfect for any Christmas tree.
40. How about a large jolly Santa wreath?
Seems to have rather skinny legs. Still, it’s kind of adorable.
41. Get in the Christmas spirit in a sparkly white dress.
She’s one of those doll ornaments. And yes, she carries a glittery star.
42. Felt lights can always brighten holiday spirits.
And they come in so many different colors. Feel free to put on as many as you want.
43. Nothing can be sweeter than these gingerbread house ornaments.
Yes, they’re made of felt and come with trees. And yes, they come in many variations.
44. Everyone can enjoy a dress of gold.
This doll ornament sports a large gold bauble. Perfect to hang on any tree.
45. A winter wonderland can use a wreath of snowflakes.
These might be made from cardboard or wood. Perfect for a winter themed home.
46. A red holiday dress will make spirits bright.
She has red pom poms on her head and carries a red glittery star. Her belt has a silver rose.
47. Dreaming of a white Christmas? Write it on a snow globe.
This is a chalkboard snow globe. But we’ll have less white Christmases in the future because of climate change.
48. A beaded snowflake will always sparkle.
This one has a lot of pearl beads. Great for hanging on the tree.
49. This is a unique Christmas tree.
This one has rings and baubles inside. Also has a burlap bow and a silver star.
50. You’ll be frosty for this snowman apron.
Or snow woman apron since it’s made for the fairer sex. Even has button eyes.
51. Don’t forget to gather some cinnamon sticks.
Well, the sticks are tied up by yarn and have holly on it. Wonder how they smell.
52. Feel free to cover these trees with yarn.
They’re topped with yellow pom poms. Great for any fireplace mantle.
53. Cat fanciers would love this ornament.
It’s painted like a cat. Also wears a Santa hat. But keep it away from your cat.
54. For a frosty Christmas, this snowman wreath is for you.
This one has a rather fancy hat and incredible bow. Perfect for any rustic Christmas cabin.
55. A small terra cotta tree is better than none.
These are small flower pots stacked over each other and painted green. Decorated with beads and jewels.
56. Do you want to build a glassy snowman?
The buttons, eyes, and nose are made from paper. Also, wears a scarf and hat.
57. Protect your hands with this crocheted Rudolph pot holder.
This one has a large red nose. A nice addition for a fine Christmas kitchen.
58. A winter scene belongs on an ice skate.
Contains a snowman and some pine trees on a hill. Has evergreen branches and berries inside.
59. You can’t go wrong with these Christmas tree earrings.
These are made out of wire with beads. Not very hard to make if you have the right stuff.
60. Grace your yard with this snowman pallet.
This one has a snowman in a blue night background. And he wears a bowtie instead of a usual top hat.
61. You’ll find some mistletoe on this crystal ornament.
Well, the mistletoe isn’t real. And the berries are in red glitter.
62. Celebrate the reason for the season with these nativity scene panels.
There’s only 3 of them in long strips. They consist of Mary, Joseph, and baby Jesus.
63. How about a Christmas tree made out of sticks?
This one has all kinds of ornament descending from the branches on the wall. Even lights up.
64. A Christmas star should always be made from sticks.
These are made from thin branches from a tree and tied together. Also lights up as you can see.
65. A green ornament can always use some fringe.
Well, this is more of a sea green. Has gold ribbons, green beads, and white roses.
66. Silver hair goes with a silver dress.
She carries a silver glittery star. Great for any holiday themed tree during the Christmas season.
67. Decorate your Christmas tree with some Santa flower pot ornaments.
These have crocheted hats with holly on them. While the beards are quite curly.
68. Greet your holiday visitors with this decomesh snowman.
I’m sure he’ll give you a rather frosty reception. Still, I like the hat. Very spiffy.
69. Perhaps you might prefer a more retro wreath.
Consists of reindeer, baubles, toadstools, holly, and a gnome. Goes perfect with a silver Christmas tree.
70. You’ll find a few nuts with this snowflake.
This is made out of wire and screw nuts. Can easily find these materials in a garage or a local hardware store.
71. These Santas will always charm.
These have fringe beards and wire glasses. And yes, their button eyes check lists twice.
72. Felt trees make a nice addition to your holiday home.
These even have red bead ornaments. While both sit on a wooden stand.
73. This snowman ornament is quite frosty.
This one has a knitted hat and painted face on a bauble. Includes dice decor on the hat.
74. Got a white door? Build a snowman.
This one just consists of paper pieces you can just put on. And yes, it’s quite ingenious.
75. These stockings look quite fuzzy.
These have pom pom edging. Available in green and red as well as multiple patterns.
76. Can I interest you in a Santa tree?
This one consists of red and silver baubles. The pot is red with a belt and buckle.
77. Nothing makes winter memorable like these flower pot snowmen.
These are all painted with hats and straw brooms. Available in red, green, and blue.
78. A bare bauble can use a jeweled cover.
Okay, the beads aren’t real gems. But you have to love the blue flowers on this.
79. These baubles can use some snazzy zigzags.
These consist of stripes of glue and glitter. Still, I’m sure making them will cause a huge mess.
80. Celebrate Christ’s birth with these nativity finger puppets.
All are made out of felt. But full display will require multiple hands.
81. These snowflake hearts won’t freeze your holiday spirit.
They’re all made of felt with blue snowflakes on them. Perfect for a winter wonderland tree.
82. A fancy blue ornament can use a few flowers.
This one has a few curls from the bow. Also has jewels.
83. Grace a rustic fireplace with these burlap Christmas trees.
These are dowels wrapped with burlap in a Christmas tree shape. Includes copper stars.
84. Perhaps you might want a fancy jeweled ornament on your tree.
This one has plenty of jewels on it. And it seems to glimmer in the light. Like the flower design.
85. A simple wooden Christmas tree will do.
This one has hooks for tiny ornaments. While a paper red star sits on top.
86. A Christmas wreath can use a snowflake.
Also has evergreen branches along with silver, pearly white, and red baubles and jingles. Great for any Christmas door.
87. A Christmas wreath can use a large red bow.
Includes evergreen branches and red berries. Great for greeting visitors during the holidays.
88. Count down to Christmas with this Advent bucket calendar.
Each bucket contains a special surprise. And it’s usually candy.
89. Greet your Christmas visitors with this basket display.
Includes branches, berries, and ribbons. Says, “Merry Christmas” on a metal tag.
90. You’ll find a few trees with this yarn pom pom wreath.
The trees are in several different colors in the center. Kind of reminds me of a Dr. Seuss cartoon.
91. Nothing is sweeter than this hanging of gingerbread men.
They even have different patterned bow ties. held by a wire with branches.
92. A pink beaded Christmas tree will always shimmer.
This one is made out of beads and safety pins. While there’s a nice silver star on top.
93. Decorate your tree with these tree slice ornaments.
There’s one Santa and several snowmen. Wonder why that is.
94. Maybe you can use a paintbrush Santa.
Each of these has a funky hat. While a jingle and a bow sits on top.
95. These wooden snowmen will delight your winter holidays.
Each of these has a snazzy hat and scarf. Like the snowflake buttons on 2 of them.
96. This Christmas wreath is all spooled.
Rather it’s made out of spools. And they have blue, pink, and red thread on them.
97. A red frame can use a couple baubles and snowflakes.
This one has a couple pearly white baubles and a few shimmering snowflakes. Perfect for any Christmas door.
98. Any child would love these charming stockings.
These have plush decorations. Available with a Santa, snowman, and reindeer.
99. You’ll find these snowmen a bit blocky.
Yes, they have blocks stacked on them. Some more than 3. Yet, you got to love their stars.
100. This winter, don’t forget to change into your winter snow tires.
Well, they’re snowmen made out of tires. And yes, they’re still around even when it doesn’t snow.