5 Homemade Christmas Crafts


5 Homemade Christmas Crafts

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Homemade Christmas crafts speak from the heart and never get thrown out. They tell stories, they bring back memories, they're special. Not only are they lovely to get, but they are even more fun to make for someone special to give it to. Christmas is about family and being together so making something from the heart is just what the holiday is about. Homemade Christmas crafts are what everyone should make for the great gift-giving holiday. Here are your top 5 homemade Christmas crafts for the season.

Top 5 Homemade Christmas Crafts

Crystal Dove Centerpiece- This homemade Christmas craft is easy to make and it will decorate your mantel or fireplace with something special. This makes for a great accent piece in your dining room. Who doesn't like the look of crystal? And doves, they're the bird of love. Have fun this holiday season.


Girls Christmas Goblet- Have fun with your girlfriends this winter season. Paint some plain goblets and turn them into fabulously decorated designs. This one's for the girls. Get your wish list out and make these goblets, all I want for Christmas....


Stackable Holiday Trays- Fill these amazingly cute trays with many different treats. You can put little candies in there along with appetizer treats. Crackers and cheese or kisses and jelly beans. Whatever sweet tooth you have these holiday trays make for perfect homemade Christmas crafts.


Holiday Candle Ring- Decorate you lovely holiday candles with a candle ring. The holly and berries make it look so beautiful and festive. You can use this as a centerpiece at your holiday dinner or festivities.


Candy Cane Crochet Wreath- This red and white crochet wreath is adorned in candy canes and looks perfectly sweet for the holiday season. Anyone who loves to crochet can make many homemade Christmas crafts out of these. They make for great gifts and decorations.



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4 out of 5 ain't bad as the man says crocheting and I will never figure each out and heaven knows, my mother tried to teach me (I was five when she started). Knitting came easily but I can't work out the one hand only thing ... but the four that don't require crochet are really neat ideas...


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