Christmas is a blessing! When the Christmas is knocking at the door many things come in front of you and home décor is one of them. There are many crafting ideas you can apply to your family. Consider these Christmas crafting ideas as a gift for you in this Christmas. Check out these holiday crafts to make your house awesome this Christmas.
1. Pipe Dreams
Boast a unique take on a traditional holiday staple with a pvc pipe bundle. the pipes comes in a variety of sizes and can be purchased at a very low price. Chose the sizes and get ready to start decorating your front porch.
2. Evergreen Forest
Create a forest that never turns out in green. Create some tall delicate trees by wrapping the top of a foam cone with cardstock. Create flat tops and cover the cone in plastic wrap. Knot a piece of green floss around the top by wrapping it around the cone in crisscross style. If you like to create shorter trees, stop wrapping when you reach the bottom of the cone. Apply fabric stiffener and remove the plastic wrap and cone when it’s dry and hardened.
3. Countdown to Christmas
Adorn your tree one day at a time with this charming calendar. Cover a foam board of 21″ x 24″ in fabric and secure at the back with hot glue. Hang manila tags in rows from straight pins and add your decorating elements. Punch holes in wood craft circles to mark the dates. Stamp on numbers and hang above the ornaments.
4. Extra-Special Ornaments
It will be great fun to make these adorable tree trimmings. Use them to decorate your shelf of the window.
5. Enchanted Wreath
Welcome your guests with the magical decoration of enhanced wreath. Attach a 14” embroidery hoop inside an 18” one with strong tape at the clasps. Cover the tape with a loop of wide ribbon to hang it later. Add faux greenery, white berries and glittery ornaments with thin green floral wire along the bottom of the hoops. Create a fairy door from 8″ x 4″ sized wood. Use a brown pen and ruler to draw straight lines. Punch a metal paper fastener through the wood and miniature hinges on the opposite side. Attach thin rope outside the floor and use hot glue to secure the inner loop.
6. Homey for the Holidays
Get the glow of old-time touches like a fabric wreath and bowl of string snowballs. Cut fabric into leaf shapes and paint with white glue then let it dry. Afterwards, staple the stiffened leaves to cardboard. Give the extra leaves a shape of poinsettias fastened with a center brad. Tie thin red and white baker’s twine around the knot of a fist-size balloon; wrap around the string crisscross until it is covered. Paint with the help of thinned hot glue and let dry for a long time, remove the balloon.
7. Check Your Calendar
The 12 days of Christmas advent calendar shares the generosity of the season from the beginning of the month through Christmas Eve. Wrap 24 matchboxes with glowing craft or gift paper. Keep the sides uncovered to let the bottoms slide in and out. Decorate each box with stickers, stamps, and designs as you like. Attach the boxes to the corkboard by thumbtack to tuck tiny gifts and goodies.
8. Stitched Cards
Greet your family and friends with a kind of greeting this holiday. Use embroidery floss to get the look like hand stitched that will make the recipients want to hold till the eve of Christmas.
9. Festive Frosty
You will be amazed at how quickly the kid craft springs to life. Sprinkle some icing sugar into the bottom of a glass canister for snow and for the snowman stack three candies of peppermint. Attach the pieces together with glue as you reach. To add the eyes and mouth use cake and use a circle of black paper for the hat. Tie a red ribbon around the neck of the jar to create an attractive view.