What is the best gift you’ve ever received during the holiday season? So often, meaningful gifts aren’t the biggest or the most decadent. In fact, it’s the small, homemade projects that often show hold the most value.
The Christmas season is the most wonderful time of the year, but it is often the coldest! This year, make a scarves, hats and other wearables that will help you get through the chilly winter months. You’ll also find projects for Christmas shirts and Christmas jewelry. From paper to felt, the materials used in the projects featured in 11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More are easy to find and versatile. Whether you’re crafting with kids or spending an afternoon alone, you’ll find fantastic wearables to make for friends and family members.
Here are a few of the projects you’ll find in this eBook:
Easy Peasy Elf Hat
This project is perfect for kids (and kids at heart). Sew your own hat using old leggings and scraps of felt. Add buttons and a pom pom to make your hat even more fun. Santa’s little helpers are often the unsung heroes of the Christmas season, so why not celebrate them? This project can be made in an afternoon and worm all season long. Plus, the upcycled leggings cut down on costs!
Fleece, felt, fur – oh my! This cute craft screams Christmas cheer! Sew the scarf first and then add featured to Santa’s face with glue. Don’t forget the pom pom topper! Kids will absolutely adore this homemade scarf and will want to wear it all winter long.
Furry Ornament Necklace
Everyone know that person. The one who starts decorating in September, plays Christmas music all year long and rocks holiday sweaters with pride. This project is perfect for that person in your life. Use furry yarn and mini plastic ornaments to create this one-of-a-kind necklace. This accessory is perfect for a holiday party.
These are just three of the crafts you’ll find in 11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More eBook. Download a copy today, it’s free!