Hey, cheapskates – this one’s for you! During the holiday season, it’s easy to feel like you’re overspending. From gifts to decorations, there are so many fun yet expensive ways to celebrate. Don’t get stressed out and forsake Christmas crafting to cut corners and save money this Christmas. Instead, make one of these inexpensive projects using recyclables and other easy-to-find materials.
Use wine corks, felt, Christmas cards and more to create the projects featured in 7 Thrifty Christmas Craft Ideas. These simple projects won’t take long to make but they’ll last all season and you can even save some for next year. Hang a repurposed wreath or create cute labels for mason jars – the creative possibilities are endless! Enjoy the holiday season and stress less with this handy guide to all things thrifty. In this case, it’s okay to call yourself a penny pincher. In fact, with this free eBook, you’ll want to “go cheap” all year long!
Here are some of the projects you’ll find in this eBook:
Christmas Card Saver: It’s hard to throw away Christmas cards at the end of the season, but for the sake of your space (and your sanity), it’s necessary to declutter when the season ends. This year, save your Christmas cards and make a keepsake you’ll come back to year after year. Simply cut the cards in half and punch three holes on one side. Connect them with ribbon or binder rings and create your own chipboard cover. Make one every year – it’s a great way to preserve memories and save go green at the same time. Plus, you don’t need many materials for this project, so you can save big.
Wine Cork Wreath: Who doesn’t love winding down with a bottle of vino at the end of a stressful day? Save your corks throughout the year and use them for this super simple wreath craft. This project is so easy, even a beginner can make one. You simply need a Styrofoam wreath form, a hot glue gun and corks. You can make this project while you watch TV or listen to music, no need to concentrate hard or stress over the cost of expensive materials. Unwind and enjoy the creative process with this fun Christmas craft.
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