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17 Poinsettia Crafts

Discover poinsettia Christmas ornaments and other ideas for this beautiful flower!

Poinsettia crafts are wonderful to make during the Christmas season. Decorate for the holidays with this beautiful winter flower by making ornaments or any of the other projects featured in this collection.

Below you'll find a variety of projects to try. If you're a painter, there are some lovely painted poinsettia ornaments you can make! There are also some lovely crochet patterns such as a beautiful scarf and even a cute cat collar (really!). You'll find recycled crafts to work on with the kids, plastic canvas projects, and sewing patterns. There's something for everyone! If you think poinsettias are lovely, explore this Christmas crafts collection.

Poinsettia Crafts

Decorative Mesh Poinsettia Flower

Love ribbon crafts? You can make some of the most gorgeous projects with ribbon, like this version of a poinsettia! Hang it on the wall for a truly stunning Christmas wreath alternative.

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Decorative Mesh Poinsettia Flower

DIY Felt Poinsettia

This beautiful poinsettia can be turned into a gift tag for the most adorable present toppers ever, or you can use them as table decor or ornaments. It's up to you!

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DIY Felt Poinsettia

Poinsettia and Stars Tissue Box Cover

If you're a fan of plastic canvas projects, give this adorable tissue box cover a try! This is a fairly simple pattern, and you'll use the "hack" that you simply attach a silk poinsettia to the side of the box to complete the look.

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Poinsettia and Stars Tissue Box Cover

Crochet Poinsettia Scarf

Why not work up an accessory featuring winter's favorite flower? This beautiful pattern features squares with poinsettias in the center and a cream border to offset the red and green flowers. Wear it all of December!

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Crochet Poinsettia Scarf

Paper Poinsettia Ornament

Create a beautiful paper poinsettia ornament! You can use your die cutting machine to cut out the petals and put this project together in a cinch! The different prints on the paper petals add dimension to the project and even a bit of a vintage air!

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Paper Poinsettia Ornament

Bold Red Poinsettia Pillow

Need a new throw pillow to decorate for the holidayseason! Work up a beautiful poinsettia pillow that is simple and chic. It goes perfect with minimalist decor and really pops!

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Bold Red Poinsettia Pillow

Tea Jug Poinsettia Ornament

Now this poinsettia is both impressive and unique! Check out the materials list: plastic tea jug, glass paint, pearls, hot glue... Make an incredible ornament out of recycled materials. The completed project is amazing!

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Tea Jug Poinsettia Ornament

How to Make a Paper Poinsettia

Be BOLD! Make a giant paper poinsettia to embellish your favorite pine cone wreath. This is such an easy paper craft to make and the result is perfect for the upcoming holiday!

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How to Make a Paper Poinsettia

Egg Carton Poinsettia Ornaments

Make a darling upcycled project with the kids on a chilly afternoon in December! Turn egg cartons into poinsettia flowers with some paint, glitter, and a mesh produce bag!

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Egg Carton Poinsettia Ornaments

Holiday Cat Collar

You can crochet yourself a poinsettia scarf (mentioned above), but why not let your cherished pet join in on the fun? Your kitty can dress up for the holiday too with this darling crochet poinsettia pattern collar!

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Holiday Cat Collar

Folded Flower Ball Ornament

Put your origami skills to the test! Actually, this project is pretty easy and the results are so lovely. Dress up your tree with this multicolored ornament. Your flowers don't have to be just red! Make them in coordinating Christmas colors.

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Folded Flower Ball Ornament

Flower of Christmas Tissue Box Cover

Crochet a super easy and cute tissue box cover! It is a simple pattern that's beginner friendly, and you'll embellish the sides with silk flowers and ribbon bows!

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Flower of Christmas Tissue Box Cover

Crepe Paper Floral Christmas Wreath

This is such a pretty wreath! Work with crepe paper to embellish a lovely wreath for the holiday season. This project includes roses, leaves, and of course, poinsettias!

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Crepe Paper Floral Christmas Wreath

The Christmas Flower Painted Ornament

Are you a painter? Follow this tutorial to learn how to paint your very own poinsettia ornament! Make one for your tree, or make several and give them to your friends and neighbors as gifts!

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The Christmas Flower Painted Ornament

Poinsettias Layout

Are you a scrapbooker? Preserve cherished holiday memories with this scrabook layout! This is a bold layout that will add dimension to your scrapbook, or it can be framed and hung in a shadowbox.

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Poinsettias Layout

How to Crochet a Poinsettia

Learn step-by-step how to crochet a poinsettia to be used in all sorts of Christmas crochet patterns! You can work this up as a lovely gift topper. Add a loop to turn it into an ornament that your loved one can hang on the tree!

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How to Crochet a Poinsettia

Knit Poinsettia Pattern Gift Topper

If you're a knitter, you'll love this poinsettia pattern! Work it up in red or the less traditional (but still vivid) white for a darling embellishment on this year's presents. The bells in the center are the perfect finishing touch.

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Knit Poinsettia Pattern Gift Topper

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