I know I’ve been talking about Christmas a lot, but really, can you blame me? Everything that comes along with Christmas is magical and reminds me of cozy afghans and delicious cocoa – who wouldn’t love that? But food and afghan cravings aside, Christmas is exciting and it’s only coming closer! Since the holiday season is near you might not have time to make everyone on your list a giant afghan, but you do still have time to make a few easy Christmas crafts for the home.
This week’s Monday edition of the Quick and Crafty newsletter features 95 festive and easy Christmas crafts. You didn’t read that wrong, we’re really giving you 95 ideas! I know that’s probably enough craft projects to keep you occupied for a while, but I’m feeling especially generous this morning so I’ll give you a few more options. =)
For me, decorating for the holidays is all about the subtleties. You don’t need to cover everything in garland and lights or drown your poor tree and wreaths in fake snow to make your house festive. Instead, use a few of these easy Christmas crafts to add small touches of the holiday spirit to your abode.
This Three Trees Window Card is great for sending out to people to wish them happy holidays, but it also makes a wonderful decoration. Place this card on your mantel and voila! Your counter is decorated in an instant!
Another great project is this Beaded Holiday Garland. Besides being easy, this project’s strength comes in its versatility. Use this garland to spice up your tree, wrap it around a wreath to add to the Christmas spirit, or hang it just above your door way for guests to admire. Really you can stick this easy Christmas craft anywhere! The best part? It’s beautiful and if you make enough of it, most of your decorating will be done for this year!
Do you have any tips for sprucing up your home during the holidays?
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