Wait, how is already December? Just five minutes ago, I was laying out in the sun, soaking up the last few rays of the season. Almost overnight, the days became darker and the air became chillier. I feel like the holiday season arrived before I could fully prepare! Do you feel the same way?
If you’re a little behind on your holiday crafting, you’re not alone. Luckily, you can still make plenty of crafts before December 25th. Decorating your space for the holiday season is by far one of the best aspects of Christmas, so don’t miss out on the fun! These holiday projects aren’t too complicated or difficult – if you have some crafty skills and an urge to decorate, you’ll be well on our way to finishing at least one of these projects. Wreaths in particular are a great seasonal treat – you can hang out on your door or simply add it to a blank wall for a pop of cheer. Additionally, there are plenty of handmade garlands, stockings and tabletop trees to help you show off your spirit. Don’t let the holiday season pass you by – sit down, relax and make a few Christmas crafts before it’s too late.
Easy DIY Christmas Decorations
Holly Jolly Christmas Reindeer Sign – Rudolph makes a surprise appearance in this clever Christmas craft project.
Simple Striped Santa Stockings – A great project to work on leading up to Christmas Eve. You can also make one and give it as a meaningful gift.
Grandma’s Angel Garland – Grandma would love this country-inspired Christmas craft.
Dazzling Christmas Centerpiece – An eye-catching design that’s sure to please. Place this sparkly table topper on your Christmas party table.
Felt Sweater Christmas Trees – Save old sweaters and use them for something fun and practical.
Knit Christmas Stocking – This is a more advanced project but that doesn’t mean it isn’t so much fun to make.
Frilly Paper Trees – The more colorful the paper, the better! Cover your table with these Christmas trees and make it a memorable holiday season.
How to Make a Christmas Wreath
Rosy Cozy Christmas Wreath – This wreath is both pretty and traditional. The beautiful posies add an unexpected dimension to an otherwise unexciting Christmas wreath.
Vintage Winter Wreath – Take a trip back in time! Homemade Christmas decor can help you feel warm, toasty and oh so cozy.
Peppermint Sweets Christmas Wreath – All the sweetness, none of the cavities! Satisfy your sweet tooth with this handmade wreath.
Mesh Christmas Wreath – An unexpected take on a traditional project, this wreath will change the way you look at DIY Christmas crafts. Who wouldn’t want to hang one on a door?
Christmas Cool Ornaments Wreath – Kids and adults alike will surely appreciate this fun and festive wreath design.
Candy Cane Crochet Wreath – This project may look complicated, but it’s so easy to complete. Everyone will love his handmade Christmas wreath and will want to know where you bought it!
What Christmas crafts will you make this year?